Parser in Clojure that translates a subset of tex into hiccup-like style
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Clojure library to convert a subset of LaTeX into data of different shapes.

This is not intended to be a production quality library (at least not yet), but rather a proof of concept that recursive transducers is a thing, and can be used to create parsers and similar things. But if you can control the input, it should be straightforward to use. However, it's likely only good for experimenting with transducers, their definition and how one could make them more powerful.


As of now, the hiccup implementation is the only working thing, and it's rather fragile. However, you could try it out like so:

(require '[com.hypirion.subtex.hiccup :as htex]
         '[hiccup.core :as hiccup])

(hiccup/html [:body (seq (:document (htex/read-string (slurp "example.tex"))))])

;; or for the complete output:
(htex/read-string (slurp "example.tex"))

The example.tex is in this project's root directory.


Copyright © 2015 Jean Niklas L'orange

Distributed under the Eclipse Public License either version 1.0 or (at your option) any later version.