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March 17, 2006

itex2MML 1.04

The trouble with eating your own dogfood is that, when you bite down on some gristle, there’s no one else who’s gonna fix the recipe. And so it was with the previous entry, where I discovered that itex2MML was, in utterly stupid fashion, splitting numbers at the decimal point. 2.233 was being marked up as <mn>2</mn><mo>.</mo><mn>233</mn> instead of <mn>2.233</mn>.

Grumble… Time for a new version.

Posted by distler at March 17, 2006 12:32 AM

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