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Empty annotation elements trigger Math Processing Error #805
See also mathjax/ctop#29.
I'm wondering if MathJax can be more graceful than a full Math Processing Error for the entire equation? The way I read the spec, empty annotation elements are valid (but I might be wrong).
On 2 May 2014 11:07, Peter Krautzberger firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
an empty annotation is OK, but there should be exactly one element before
Thanks for the correction, @davidcarlisle MathJax does not throw an error if there is a non-annotation element present as first child, so this isn't a bug.
Still, it seems to me that this shouldn't cause the entire equation to break. I guess #487 might resolve this automatically but if we keep the xml parser as an option, then we might want to fix this.