TeX subset into MathML conversion? (as a Perl module, ideally)

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    So far, I've found three free software packages that allow for
    TeX (subset) into (presentational) MathML conversion [1-3].

    The goal is to make an Ikiwiki [4] extension to allow for easier
    typesetting of formulae.  As the former is based on Perl, I'm
    somewhat inclined to take the LaTeXML [1] code as the basis,
    though I guess it still may take considerable effort to extract
    the relevant parts into a separate Perl module.

    On the contrary, [2, 3] aren't in Perl, and thus will probably
    take much more effort to adapt to be used conveniently from
    Perl.

    Or should I use LaTeX::TOM [5] instead?

    I wonder, is there anything else I should consider?

[1] http://dlmf.nist.gov/LaTeXML /
[2] http://golem.ph.utexas.edu/~distler/blog/itex2MML.html
[3] http://gva.noekeon.org/blahtexml /
[4] http://ikiwiki.info /
[5] http://search.cpan.org/~schubiger/LaTeX-TOM-1.03/

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Re: TeX subset into MathML conversion? (as a Perl module, ideally)


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TtM (associated with TtH).

Donald Arseneau                          asnd@triumf.ca

Re: TeX subset into MathML conversion? (as a Perl module, ideally)


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 >> So far, I've found three free software packages that allow for TeX
 >> (subset) into (presentational) MathML conversion [1-3].

 > TtM (associated with TtH).

    ACK, thanks.  Do I understand it correctly that it's free
    software (as per [1])?

[1] http://hutchinson.belmont.ma.us/tth/manual/sec14.html#tth_sEc14

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