Richard O'Keefe ok at cs.otago.ac.nz
Wed Feb 11 16:38:02 EST 2009

On 12 Feb 2009, at 1:40 am, Wolfgang Jeltsch wrote:

> Am Mittwoch, 11. Februar 2009 00:46 schrieben Sie:
>> I suppose I should point out what seems obvious to me, which is
>> that one
>> could embed a substantial chunk of MathML (possibly all of it) in
>> TeX. I
>> mean, give it a TeX-parseable syntax.
>
> You can convert MathML into TeX but not the other way round. How
> would you
> translate $a \odot b \otimes c$? It depends on the precedence of the
> operators.

And the point of that is?  What I suggested is the way around that
works.  And the point of my suggestion was that one could have
something that could be embedded directly in a (La)TeX document
*or* processed by Haddock: no changes when copying from one
document to another means fewer new mistakes.