TeX output (cont'd)

Christophe TROESTLER Christophe.Troestler at umh.ac.be
Fri Feb 15 22:36:25 CET 2002

On Thu, 13 Dec 2001, "Richard B. Kreckel" <kreckel at thep.physik.uni-mainz.de> wrote:
> [...]
> Anyway, the offending braces come from file add.cpp, lines 163 and
> 214, just in case anybody wants to play around with them.  But
> careful, I guess they were intentional and meant just for the
> purpose of not breaking lines.  Please report to this list if you
> are absolutely sure that they should be removed.

There are some as well in `numeric.cpp' at lines 386 & 387, `mul.cpp'
lines 184 & 231, `power.cpp' lines 185 & 201, and `pseries.cpp' lines
159 & 160.  I just had a quick look so I may have missed something but
I basically don't understand why they are there (no problem with \frac
or other TeX operators it seems and I don't get the point about not
breaking lines since formulae easily become quite long).  Maybe the
one who wrote that part of the code could tell us what was his reason?


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