Quick follow-up :
While this method produces documents whose MathML perfectly works in
lowriter, there is a minor difference between the way the xml is written
this way, and by the math component (i.e. by using libreoffice to
produce a document)
- in a libreoffice produced document (1), mathml element is using a
default namespace put on the parent math element
- in a document produced with the aforementioned method (2), each mathml
element uses a qualified name.
ie, in case (1) :
<math xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML"; >
<semantics>
<mrow>
<mi>z</mi>
...
in case (2) :
<math:math>
<math:semantics>
<math:mrow>
<math:mi>z
...
or
<math:math xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML";>
<math:semantics>
<math:mrow>
<math:mi>z
...
I understand that the meaning is the same in all alternative writings
but I would prefer producing results like (1), using a default namespace
for all math descendants and I cannot find a way to do that in
odftoolkit, having tried various createElement / createElementNS
incantations.
It might be more of a java dom question than a odftoolkit question, but
any idea or pointer would be appreciated!
V.
On 22/01/2024 11:12, vivien guillet wrote:
On 19/01/2024 21:09, Michael Stahl wrote:
not only the math node must be in the math namespace but all of the
descendants like "semantics" too - i think that's the most likely
explanation: create every element with the namespace.
That was it ! Thanks a lot.
Vivien
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