Win32 Binary Demo of MathML and a New Screenshot
Monday August 9th, 1999
David Fiddes of the MathML posted to the Mozilla MathML newsgroup with not only a new patch, but a binary demo for Win32, and a screenshot of MathML running on Linux (with a caveat regarding symbol drawing - see news post for more info).
I've been checking out the daily builds for a while now and I'm very impressed at how far Mozilla has come in the last few months. The recent builds are especially impressive. One question I have about Mozilla (or Gecko?) is how it renders pull-down or text boxes: They're huge. They are rendered smaller in the other browser. What gives? Is this a bug, uncompleted code, or do web pages I check define it nonstandardly?
#2 Win32 Binary Demo of MathML and a New Screenshot
Monday August 9th, 1999 2:46 PM
I think it's cute how everything is prefixed with 'm'. mundermover munderover. neat.
#3 Win32 Binary Demo of MathML and a New Screenshot
Tuesday August 10th, 1999 3:22 AM
heh heh. ;)
I think that MathML is done like this because it existed long before there was a standard for XML namespaces... now it would be something like <math:over> I guess.....
I've had a few emails about the binary being a debug version and it doesn't have the appropriate runtime libraries. You'll need the debug libraries from MSVC 5.
I can't find a set on the web anywhere and don't have them on my current machine :(