tex.math.in.alt — TeX notation used for equations
If you want type math directly in TeX notation in equations,
this parameter specifies notation used. Currently are supported two
value means that you are not using TeX math at all.
Preferred way for including TeX alternative of math is inside of
textobject element. Eg.:
<inlineequation> <inlinemediaobject> <imageobject> <imagedata fileref="eq1.gif"/> </imageobject> <textobject><phrase>E=mc squared</phrase></textobject> <textobject role="tex"><phrase>E=mc^2</phrase></textobject> </inlinemediaobject> </inlineequation>
If you are using
graphic element, you can
store TeX inside
<inlineequation> <alt role="tex">a^2+b^2=c^2</alt> <graphic fileref="a2b2c2.gif"/> </inlineequation>
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.
If you want equations in HTML, just process generated file
tex-math-equations.tex by TeX or LaTeX. Then run
dvi2bitmap program on result DVI file. You will get images for
equations in your document.
This feature is useful for print/PDF output only if you use the obsolete and now unsupported PassiveTeX XSL-FO engine.