Name

math:math|math:mrow|math:merror|math:mphantom|math:menclose|math:mstyle (in formatting mode) — Formatting a box element.

Synopsis

<xsl:template match="math:math|math:mrow|math:merror|math:mphantom|math:menclose|math:mstyle" mode="formatting">
<xsl:param name="x"/>
<xsl:param name="y"/>
<xsl:param name="baseline" select="0"/>
<xsl:param name="errorMargin" tunnel="yes"/>
<xsl:param name="sizeMult" tunnel="yes"/>
<xsl:param name="scriptlevel" tunnel="yes"/>
<xsl:param name="displayStyle" tunnel="yes"/>
<xsl:param name="mathvariant" tunnel="yes"/>
<xsl:param name="mathcolor" tunnel="yes"/>
<xsl:param name="mathbackground" tunnel="yes"/>
<xsl:param name="veryverythinmathspace" tunnel="yes"/>
<xsl:param name="verythinmathspace" tunnel="yes"/>
<xsl:param name="thinmathspace" tunnel="yes"/>
<xsl:param name="mediummathspace" tunnel="yes"/>
<xsl:param name="thickmathspace" tunnel="yes"/>
<xsl:param name="verythickmathspace" tunnel="yes"/>
<xsl:param name="veryverythickmathspace" tunnel="yes"/>
  ...
</xsl:template>

Description

All these elements are considered to have the same grouping comportment. Therefore, they are all handled the same way in the same template with some exception in the code.

First of all, we retrieve the number of children of the element. If this number is zero, an empty box is created and the tree is annotated with that box. If the number of children is greater than zero, the element will be treated normally. This distinction is used to handle correctly empty mrow that is used frequently.

As usual, all attributes are first retrieved. The notations menclose attribute is retrieved and all multiple spaces are replaced by one space. This attribute is used to determine which element(s) will enclose the row. It can contain more than one notation. For example, a row can be enclosed by both a circle and a box. After that, common style attributes are retrieved (there are not all implemented yet) and finally mstyle attributes are retrieved (in reality, only scriptlevel is retrieved here because it needs more complex treatment than others). The currently supported attributes are:

scriptlevel

Modifies the current level of the font size.

displaystyle

Modifies the rendering of some elements.

Space literals (mediummathspace, etc.)

Modify the size value of space literals.

scriptsizemultiplier

Modifies the sizeMult factor.

mstyle attributes are quite different from other attributes because they have to be transmitted to their children. Therefore, they are retrieved when the child templates are called and only when the current element is an mstyle tag. Before formatting all children, new values for X and Y are computed. These new values will help to add more spaces around the children because menclose and merror need them to add elements (boxes, circle, root sign, etc.).

After that, children are computed using a template that will align them on the same baseline: subMrow. It takes four arguments: the new computed X and Y values, the baseline and all the child elements. This template will also correct the operator that has to stretch vertically by calling appropriate templates. After that, the highest right box side of children are retrieved to compute the width of the box. The height and Y information is computed by retrieving the lowest top side box and the highest bottom side box of children. A shift value is also computed if the children are getting out of the canvas. For example, if the baseline is at 20 and if a child has a height of 40, it will go out of the canvas by 20. Therefore, all the children have to be shifted to be drawn correctly on the canevas. After that, the baseline for this box is computed by using the shift value and the lowest baseline of all children.

Finally, the tree is annotated with box information, with the shift value, with value from its operator child (EMBELLISH, LSPACE, RSPACE, stretchVertical and ACCENT) if the row is considered as an embellished operator and NOTATION attribute for menclose element.