On Tue, Dec 03, 2002 at 06:01:23PM +0100, Erik Moeller wrote:
Tomasz' texvc generates the images in a directory
and re-uses them on
demand (the TeX strings are hashed and stored in a table). I doubt it
would be a performance hit at all, but if it would,
texvc->latex->dvips->convert could easily be executed on a remote
Well, that is fine, but I'd prefer having the TeX text and resulting
images in the database. Makes internal coding a lot easier. We have
namespaces; there is no reason not to use them. Having it in-database
lets us check for orphaned equations trivially.
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