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May 20, 2003

itexToMML Updated

The itex2MML Text Filtering plugin has been updated. There are changes to both the MT plugin and the itex2mml executable (the latter, thanks to quick work by the maintainer, Paul Gartside). The changes fix the bugs noted in this thread.

Download the new package and enjoy!

Update (5/23/2003): Package rev’d again (no change to the plugin, just to the itex2mml executable). Thanks to Yuan-Chung Cheng for pointing out some more bug in itex2mml’s translation of itex to MathML entities.

Posted by distler at May 20, 2003 10:12 AM

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