On 6/17/2017 3:48 PM, Jeong Dal wrote:
Dear Hans,

I updated ConTeXt beta today and run your sample for long formula.
It works nice and it is the feature what many math people want I think.
Thank you for your concern.

One thing that I’d like say is that a new line in the splitted long formula 
usually starts with operations in many math books.
But, in the ourput  of your example, every line ends with ‘+’ sign and begin a 
new line with a ‘number’.

Would you please check it once more?
this is how tex works: just look at inline math

i played with it a bit but had to adapt the engine for a bit more control (stepwise the matyh machinery is opened up i.e. hard coded steps become configureable)

anyway, the question is not implementing but control: it's not default tex behaviour so it has to be turned on (and then after a while we forget that it can be turned on i guess)

(no clue what keyword to use for controling it)


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