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blahtexml - Converts TeX equations into MathML
blahtexml [options] files...
This manual page documents briefly the blahtexml command. blahtexml converts an equation given in a syntax close to TeX into MathML. Blahtexml is a simple extension of blahtex. In addition to the functionality of blahtex, blahtexml has XML processing in mind and is able to process a whole XML document into another XML document. Instead of converting only one formula at a time, blahtexml can convert all the formulas of the given XML file into MathML.
These programs follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below. For a complete description, see the online documentation. --help Show summary of options. --texvc-compatible-commands Enables use of commands that are specific to texvc, but that are not standard TeX/LaTeX/AMS-LaTeX commands. --print-error-messages This will print out a list of all error IDs and corresponding messages that blahtex can possibly emit inside an <error> block.
These options control the MathML output of the blahtexml program. --mathml Enables MathML output. --xmlin This allows one to embed TeX equations in an existing MathML code, using a special notation. The equations are given as attributes (inline or block) in the http://gva.noekeon.org/blahtexml namespace. Whenever blahtexml meets such an equation, it expands it into the equivalent MathML code. For more information check http://gva.noekeon.org/blahtexml/how_to_use.html or the blahtexml manual. --annotate-TeX Produces TeX annotations in the MathML output. --annotate-PNG Produces PNG files and annotates the MathML output with the PNG file name.
The program is documented fully by the online manual available at: http://gva.noekeon.org/blahtexml
blahtexml was written by Gilles Van Assche. blahtex (whose superset is blahtexml) was written by David Harvey. This manual page was written by Abhishek Dasgupta <email@example.com>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). March 17, 2010 BLAHTEXML(1)