IBM techexplorer available for AIX, Solaris, and Windows

IBM techexplorer available for AIX, Solaris, and Windows

Post by Robert S. Suto » Fri, 21 Nov 1997 04:00:00



The Interactive Scientific Publishing group at
IBM Research is pleased to announce that the
IBM techexplorer Hypermedia Browser Version 2.0
Preview Release 2 is now available at no charge
for Windows 95, Windows NT 4.0, AIX 4.1, and
Sun Solaris 2.5.

IBM's techexplorer Hypermedia Browser dynamically
formats and displays expressions and documents
containing mathematical, technical, and scientific
markup.

techexplorer is a Netscape Navigator plug-in that
processes a large subset of TeX and LaTeX,
the flexible, concise and pervasive markup languages
used for publishing in education, mathematics and
many of the sciences.

Tuned for on-screen readability, techexplorer
provides many end-user options for formatting
and customization.

Please visit IBM alphaWorks at

http://www.veryComputer.com/

to download techexplorer.

Note that for plug-in support on AIX, Netscape
requires version 4.1 or higher of the operating system
and requires Navigator or Communicator versions 4.03
or higher. An HTML readme file on alphaWorks gives
extensive version and installation information.

Other UNIX versions are in our plans, but are not
available at this time.

Some features in the Windows version are not yet in
this UNIX version, but many have been added since PR 1.
New  features include improved UNIX fonts and many
cross-platform improvements, including new
TeX and*features and Netscape frame support.
This version also contains basic support for some
of the presentation tags in the working draft of
the W3C Mathematical Marup Language proposal.

Please direct comments and questions to

___

Robert S. Sutor
Manager, Interactive Scientific Publishing
IBM T. J. Watson Research Center

techexplorer on IBM alphaWorks:
    http://www.veryComputer.com/
techexplorer web site:
    http://www.veryComputer.com/

 
 
 

IBM techexplorer available for AIX, Solaris, and Windows

Post by Robert S. Suto » Fri, 21 Nov 1997 04:00:00


The Interactive Scientific Publishing group at
IBM Research is pleased to announce that the
IBM techexplorer Hypermedia Browser Version 2.0
Preview Release 2 is now available at no charge
for Windows 95, Windows NT 4.0, AIX 4.1, and
Sun Solaris 2.5.

IBM's techexplorer Hypermedia Browser dynamically
formats and displays expressions and documents
containing mathematical, technical, and scientific
markup.

techexplorer is a Netscape Navigator plug-in that
processes a large subset of TeX and LaTeX,
the flexible, concise and pervasive markup languages
used for publishing in education, mathematics and
many of the sciences.

Tuned for on-screen readability, techexplorer
provides many end-user options for formatting
and customization.

Please visit IBM alphaWorks at

http://www.veryComputer.com/

to download techexplorer.

Note that for plug-in support on AIX, Netscape
requires version 4.1 or higher of the operating system
and requires Navigator or Communicator versions 4.03
or higher. An HTML readme file on alphaWorks gives
extensive version and installation information.

Other UNIX versions are in our plans, but are not
available at this time.

Some features in the Windows version are not yet in
this UNIX version, but many have been added since PR 1.
New  features include improved UNIX fonts and many
cross-platform improvements, including new
TeX and*features and Netscape frame support.
This version also contains basic support for some
of the presentation tags in the working draft of
the W3C Mathematical Marup Language proposal.

Please direct comments and questions to

___

Robert S. Sutor
Manager, Interactive Scientific Publishing
IBM T. J. Watson Research Center

techexplorer on IBM alphaWorks:
    http://www.veryComputer.com/
techexplorer web site:
    http://www.veryComputer.com/

 
 
 

1. Introductory Edition IBM techexplorer Version 2.5 PR2 : Windows 95/98/NT, Linux, AIX, Solaris and SGI

The Introductory Edition of IBM's techexplorer Hypermedia
Browser Version 2.5 Preview Release 2 is now available for
Windows 95/98/NT, Linux on Intel, AIX, Solaris and SGI!

The Introductory Edition is a web browser plug-in and viewer
for a large subset of TeX, LaTeX, and AMS-LaTeX, as well as
MathML, the Mathematical Markup Language from the W3C.

New in Version 2.5 PR 2 is support for almost all of the
content tags for MathML. More features from LaTeX have also
been added, including most of the picture environment and
support for lists of tables and figures.

For more details and the no-charge downloads, see
http://www.software.ibm.com/techexplorer/
http://www.software.ibm.com/techexplorer/downloads/config_notes.html

Version 2.5 of the Professional Edition will be available at
a later date and will include Java and C++ support for the
W3C Document Object Model API.


Angel Diaz
Manager, Advanced Internet Publishing
IBM Research

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