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From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-03-08 11:14:21

Bruno Lalande wrote:
> Ouch... looks like a lot of unfortunate copy-pastes were made :-)
> Sorry for
> that, It's fixed now. For the macro, actually it's a user_error
> policy that
> I wanted to use, so I replaced this and left the -1 which is thus OK.
>> I'd be inclined to place the synopsis at the top of the file: that
>> way
>> those
>> already comfortable with the library can just get stuck right in
>> without having to re-read the tutorial :-)
> OK, and I moved the "header file" section as well since those two
> sections
> must remain tied, I think.
> "Joaquín López Muñoz" appears mangled in my version: this might be
> safer
>> encoded using XML escape sequences rather than UTF8?
> I've put the whole phrase into a ''' section with escape characters
> inside
> as you can see in the attached file, but the generated HTML page is
> the same
> (still unicode) so I think it won't solve the problem for you (I can't
> reproduce it here). I'm not really aware of the possibilities of
> QuickBook
> for escape sequences... the goal would be to have the generated HTML
> source
> itself written in terms of escape sequences for those characters, not
> only
> in the qbk file. I can I do that?

I think you've probably done it already, but I'll check.

In any case this looks fine now, any suggestions on where to integrate this
with Boost.Math?

Maybe in this section: ?

Apologies for the delay in getting back to you on this...


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