# Difference between revisions of "MathML code examples"

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Here is a complete and simple example of a ConTeXt file including MathML for MKII: | Here is a complete and simple example of a ConTeXt file including MathML for MKII: | ||

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When embedding XML inside normal ConTeXt code, remember that <cmd>stopXMLdata</cmd> gobbles up any following white-space. You'll need to explicitly put it back in if you want it (with <cmd>space</cmd>). | When embedding XML inside normal ConTeXt code, remember that <cmd>stopXMLdata</cmd> gobbles up any following white-space. You'll need to explicitly put it back in if you want it (with <cmd>space</cmd>). | ||

− | == Current bugs and workarounds == | + | === Current bugs and workarounds === |

To use UTF inside MathML currently requires this workaround: | To use UTF inside MathML currently requires this workaround: | ||

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The * (comment token) prevents the spurious space. | The * (comment token) prevents the spurious space. | ||

− | ==MKIV== | + | == MKIV == |

− | Support with MKIV is not as complete as | + | Support with MKIV is not as complete as MKII and under construction. The example above for MKIV: |

<xmlcode> | <xmlcode> | ||

\usemodule[mathml] | \usemodule[mathml] |

## Latest revision as of 17:58, 17 November 2009

## Contents

## MKII

Here is a complete and simple example of a ConTeXt file including MathML for MKII:

\usemodule[mathml] \starttext \startXMLdata <math> <mrow> <msup> <mi>x</mi><mn>2</mn> </msup> <mo>+</mo> <mrow> <mn>4</mn><mo>InvisibleTimes;</mo><mi>x</mi> </mrow> <mo>+</mo> <mn>4</mn> </mrow> </math> \stopXMLdata \stoptext

That gives:

MathML support in ConTeXt is very extensive, but some features are rather hidden for now.

`\setupMMLappearance` allows you to adjust various things. For example, the layout of presentational markup which uses mtables for alignment can be changed via `\setupMMLappearance[mtable][alternative=a|b|c]`. Experiment with the different alternatives to see the effects.

When embedding XML inside normal ConTeXt code, remember that `\stopXMLdata` gobbles up any following white-space. You'll need to explicitly put it back in if you want it (with `\space`).

### Current bugs and workarounds

To use UTF inside MathML currently requires this workaround:

\unprotect \long\def\doXMLremapdata[#1]#2#3#4% {\bgroup \startXMLmapping[#1]% % enable unknown elements (should be macro) \doifsomething{#1} {\doifdefinedelse{\@@XML#1:\s!unknown:M} {\remapXMLunknowntrue}{\remapXMLunknownfalse}}% % \pushmacro\doXMLentity % needed ? % this will change, proper split in element itself \ifx\currentXMLnamespace\empty \let\parseXMLelement\remapXMLelement \else % here we need to get rid of the namespace; we also % have to preserve the leaqding / if present \@EA\long\@EA\def\@EA\parseXMLelement\@EA ##\@EA1\currentXMLnamespace:{\remapXMLelement##1}% % ##2 removes leading spaces \fi % \let\parseXMLescape \remapXMLescape \let\parseXMLprocess\remapXMLprocess % \let\doXMLentity \remapXMLentity % \enableXML % sets entities \enableXMLexpansion \let\par\XMLremappedpar \the\everyXMLremapping %\ignorelines \catcode`\^^I=\@@space \catcode`\^^M=\@@space \catcode`\^^L=\@@space \catcode`\^^Z=\@@space \pushmacro\unicodechar \let\unicodechar\relax \xdef\remappedXMLdata{#4\empty}% \popmacro\unicodechar \let\par\endgraf \popmacro\doXMLentity % needed ? \disableXMLexpansion \catcode`\{=\@@begingroup \catcode`\}=\@@endgroup \catcode`\\=\@@escape \iftraceXMLremapping \ifmmode\vbox\fi\bgroup \convertcommand\remappedXMLdata\to\ascii \tttf\veryraggedright\ascii\par \writestatus{xml-remap}{\ascii}% \egroup \fi #2\scantokens\@EA{\remappedXMLdata\empty\empty}#3% \stopXMLmapping \egroup} \protect \def\MMLpTEXT#1#2% {\hbox {\tf \getXMLarguments{mstyle}{#1}% \doMMPpbackground{mstyle} {\doMMPpcolor{mstyle} {\setMMLptextstyle{mstyle}% \ignorespaces#2\unskip\unskip}}}}

Additional space appears in front of an inline equation (tagged as an imath element). The fix (from Hans) is made in xtag-ini.tex: locate the line

.unexpanded.def<B.doXMLelementE

and add a `*` immediately following it, to produce

.unexpanded.def<B.doXMLelementE*

The * (comment token) prevents the spurious space.

## MKIV

Support with MKIV is not as complete as MKII and under construction. The example above for MKIV:

\usemodule[mathml] \starttext test \xmlprocessdata{}{ <math xmlns='http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML'> <mrow> <msup> <mi>x</mi><mn>2</mn> </msup> <mo>+</mo> <mrow> <mn>4</mn><mi>x</mi> </mrow> <mo>+</mo> <mn>4</mn> </mrow> </math> }{} \stoptext