[Om] Several Newbie Questions

Eixarch Ferrer, Ramon ramon at wiris.com
Tue Jul 6 12:40:48 CEST 2010

Hi Manuel,

WIRIS formula editor for OpenMath could be easily integrated into an application. However, as mentioned by Paul for other solutions, the OpenMath branch of the product is not really updated.

Cordialment, Cordialmente, Best regards,

Ramon Eixarch
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> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: om-bounces at openmath.org [mailto:om-bounces at openmath.org] En nombre
> de Manuel Schölling
> Enviado el: martes, 06 de julio de 2010 12:38
> Para: om at openmath.org
> Asunto: Re: [Om] Several Newbie Questions
> Hi,
> thank you very much for your great responses!
> About the editors:
> - Wiris formular editor,
>   MathDox formula editor,
>   Sentido formula editor:
> They are nice, but web based. I'm searching for one you can embed into
> an application.
> - Gemse: I don't understand how this editor works. I'm using Firefox
> 3.6
> but I cannot edit nor click anything on the demo page.
> - SCIEnce Java libraries: Where can I find the homepage of this
> project?
> > To me it sounds just like creating a phrasebook for C(++).
> Yes, probably you're right. But when you are talking about phrasebooks,
> how should they be implemented?
> Is there any standard for phrasebooks or do you mean, should I just use
> the OpenMath C library and write my own parser?
> > You could also look, in terms of parsing and computing formulations,
> > the work of my student Ivelina Stoyanova (to be presented at MathUI:
> > paper attached).
> Thanks, it's a nice tool!
> Once again: Thank you very much for your hints!
> Cheers,
> Manuel
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