There are several ways: - You can transform your TeX math expressions to MathML. Keiron Liddle wrote a sample FOP extension for the redesigned FOP that uses JEuclid to convert MathML to SVG and ultimately to PDF. This extension could probably be adapted to work in the maintenance branch (from where current releases come). I think there are converters from TeX to MathML (See link below). - Maybe you'll find a direct way to convert TeX math to SVG.

Drop us another message if you need help with adapting the FOP extension. Good luck. Links: - http://www.w3.org/Math/implementations.html On 29.01.2003 09:58:22 Karen Mergner wrote: > my xml file consists of math. formulas in tex-syntax. > Here is a short example: > > <TEX-MATH>\frac{1}{x+y}</TEX-MATH> > > How can I handle this with FOP? Jeremias Maerki --------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]