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<refentrytitle>tex.math.in.alt</refentrytitle>
<refmiscinfo class="other" otherclass="datatype">list</refmiscinfo> 
<refmiscinfo class="other" otherclass="value">plain</refmiscinfo>
<refmiscinfo class="other" otherclass="value">latex</refmiscinfo>
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<refname>tex.math.in.alt</refname>
<refpurpose>TeX notation used for equations</refpurpose>
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<xsl:param name="tex.math.in.alt"></xsl:param>
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<refsection><info><title>Description</title></info>

<para>If you want type math directly in TeX notation in equations,
this parameter specifies notation used. Currently are supported two
values -- <literal>plain</literal> and <literal>latex</literal>. Empty
value means that you are not using TeX math at all.</para>

<para>Preferred way for including TeX alternative of math is inside of
<tag>textobject</tag> element. Eg.:</para>

<programlisting>&lt;inlineequation&gt;
&lt;inlinemediaobject&gt;
&lt;imageobject&gt;
&lt;imagedata fileref="eq1.gif"/&gt;
&lt;/imageobject&gt;
&lt;textobject&gt;&lt;phrase&gt;E=mc squared&lt;/phrase&gt;&lt;/textobject&gt;
&lt;textobject role="tex"&gt;&lt;phrase&gt;E=mc^2&lt;/phrase&gt;&lt;/textobject&gt;
&lt;/inlinemediaobject&gt;
&lt;/inlineequation&gt;</programlisting>

<para>If you are using <tag>graphic</tag> element, you can
store TeX inside <tag>alt</tag> element:</para>

<programlisting>&lt;inlineequation&gt;
&lt;alt role="tex"&gt;a^2+b^2=c^2&lt;/alt&gt;
&lt;graphic fileref="a2b2c2.gif"/&gt;  
&lt;/inlineequation&gt;</programlisting>

<para>If you want use this feature, you should process your FO with
PassiveTeX, which only supports TeX math notation. When calling
stylsheet, don't forget to specify also
passivetex.extensions=1.</para>

<para>If you want equations in HTML, just process generated file
<filename>tex-math-equations.tex</filename> by TeX or LaTeX. Then run
dvi2bitmap program on result DVI file. You will get images for
equations in your document.</para>

<warning>
  <para>This feature is useful for print/PDF output only if you
    use the obsolete and now unsupported PassiveTeX XSL-FO
    engine.</para>
</warning>

</refsection>

<refsection><info><title>Related Parameters</title></info>
  <para><parameter>tex.math.delims</parameter>,
    <parameter>passivetex.extensions</parameter>,
    <parameter>tex.math.file</parameter></para>
</refsection>

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