[Om] Bibliography; JEM homepage; CD notation format [Re: OpenMath bibliography]
paul at hoplahup.net
Tue May 28 11:20:43 CEST 2013
True, that was not well documented. I hope this is better now.
As added, the further progress of that is in David's project:
I have also clarified the name of the following line... that these are OMDoc stylesheets (it was fuzzy)
On 28 mai 2013, at 10:45, Lars Hellström wrote:
> Paul Libbrecht skrev 2013-05-27 23.47:
>> On 27 mai 2013, at 23:41, Lars Hellström wrote:
>>> So in practice it is files such as
>>> http://www.openmath.org/OpenMath3/xsl/cd/set1.xsl [*]
>>> which are used to assign notations to OM symbols? Is that documented anywhere? (One would think CD contibutors could benefit from knowing.)
>>> [*] Except that /that file/ is in a probably obsolete hierarchy, and therefore is likely a possibly modified copy of an old version of the proper file, which I haven't been able to guess an URL for.
>> That is documented here:
>> Under Stylesheets, the middle-bullet point.
> Barely, at best; that how-to is somewhat unfinished. But at least it references what I take to be the authorative directory hierarchy.
>> Most of the OpenMath site has been built by stylesheets that David Carlisle wrote.
>> This is probably one of the big collections of them.
> Although those stylesheets don't seem to be accompanied by much in the area of documentation (hardly even any comments /in/ them). And clearly there have been nontrivial decisions which went into the design of them; for example, I've spotted parts of a priority-based system for conditionally parenthesising subexpressions. I don't suppose there is some documentation of them elsewhere?
> Lars Hellström
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