cool – COntent-Oriented LaTeX
The package (COntent Oriented LaTeX) gives LaTeX the power to retain mathematical meaning of its expressions in addition to the typsetting instructions; essentially separating style from the content of the math.
One advantage of keeping mathematical meaning is that conversion of LaTeX documents to other executable formats (such as Content MathML or Mathematica code) is greatly simplified.
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|Copyright||2005 Nick Setzer
|Contained in||TeX Live as cool|
|MiKTeX as cool|
support for typesetting mathematics
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