Commit 483f28e3 authored by ioa's avatar ioa

A package to display the math parts of the LaTeX statements in HTML

parent 39b48271
;;; # Package :jeffrey.latex-in-html
(in-package :jeffrey.latex-in-html)
;;; ## Description
;;; This package converts the LaTeX-formatted statements of the forms
;;; `(node-latex node)`
;;; into HTML renderable versions, and prints a template for the package
;;; `HTML_template`, with a table of these statements.
;;; It only takes care of the LaTeX-symbols which appear in the
;;; statements of the forms in the Consequences of the Axiom of Choice
;;; project.
;;; One can easily add more symbols by adding pairs or triplets to
;;; `*character-pairs*` or `*{}-triplets*`, respectively.
;;; For my purposes, there are three styles of things to be transformed
;;; to html from LaTeX. The first two are stored in `*character-pairs*`
;;; and the last in `*{}-triplets`:
;;; * math snippets (LaTeX-formatted text enclosed in $, will be displayed
;;; as a png file),
;;; * individual characters in standard text (e.g. "\\\"o" to "&ouml"), and
;;; * standard text in curly brackets with an identifier before or after
;;; the left curly bracket.
;;; ## Code
;;; ### Local storage
;;; A database to hold the html formatted statements:
(defvar *nodes-html* (make-hash-table))
(defun make-node-html (node-name statement) ;=> new entry in hash-table
(if (gethash node-name *nodes-html*)
(error "Node with name ~a has already been added, with statement: ~a~%"
node-name statement)
(setf (gethash node-name *nodes-html*)
(defun update-node-html (node-name new-statement) ;=> updates hash-table
(if (gethash node-name *nodes-html*)
(setf (gethash node-name *nodes-html*)
(error "Node with name ~a not in the database.~%"
(defvar *database-filename*
(concatenate 'string
(defun save-nodes-html () ;=> saves database in file
(with-open-file (out *database-filename*
:direction :output
:if-exists :supersede)
(print *nodes-html* out))))
(defun load-nodes-html () ;=> loads database from file
(with-open-file (in *database-filename*)
(setf *nodes-html* (read in)))))
(defun get-by-name (name)
(list :name name :statement (gethash name *nodes-html*)))
(defun select-by-content (search-words)
(loop for node-name being the hash-keys of *nodes-html*
using (hash-value statement)
when (some (lambda (word)
(search word statement))
collect (list :name node-name :statement statement)))
;;; Temporary storage for the '(math-snippet identifier) pairs:
(defvar *math-snippets* nil
"Math-snippets are two-element lists, of one LaTeX-formatted
math string without the surrounding $s, and one unique number.")
;;; ### First transform parens outside of $...$ of the parameters
;;; The parameters all have their parens outside of $...$, which
;;; does not look good after processing.
(defun parameter-transform (statement)
(if (and #1=(search "$)" statement)
#2=(search "}" statement)
(< #1# #2#))
(let ((begin (subseq statement 0 #2#))
(rest (subseq statement #2#)))
(concatenate 'string
"$)" ")}$" (jeffrey.process-strings:search-replace
"($" "$\\mathbf{(" begin))
(assert (equal "{bla 5333 $\\mathbf{(foo)}$.} blablablalblablabla"
(parameter-transform "{bla 5333 ($foo$).} blablablalblablabla")))
;;; ### Extract math-snippets from statements.
(defun get-save-identifier (snippet)
"Gets the identifier of a snippet, if one exists, otherwise
creates a new identifier, and pushes '(snippet identifier) to
(let ((found? (member snippet *math-snippets*
:test #'equal :key #'first)))
(if found?
(second (first found?))
(let ((n (length *math-snippets*)))
(push (list snippet n) *math-snippets*)
(defun transform-math (statement start end snip-number)
(subseq statement 0 start)
(format nil "<img src=\"math-snippets/snip-~a.png\">"
(find-save-transform-math (subseq statement (+ 1 end)))))
(defun find-save-transform-math (statement) ;=> html-text
(let ((start (position #\$ statement)))
(if start
(let* ((snip-length (position #\$
#1=(subseq statement
(+ start 1))))
(snip (string-trim maxpc.char:*whitespace*
(subseq #1# 0 snip-length)))
(number (get-save-identifier snip)))
(transform-math statement
(+ start snip-length 1)
(defun find-save-transform-maths () ;=> updates *nodes-html*
(loop for node being the hash-values of *graph*
using (hash-key name)
for statement = (parameter-transform (node-LaTeX node))
do (print name)
do (print statement)
do (make-node-html name (find-save-transform-math statement))))
;;; ### Create a .tex and a .png file for each unique snippet
(defun snippet->tex (stream snip)
stream "
\\node[minimum size = 16pt] at (0,0) {$~a$};
(defun snippet-tex-file (number)
(concatenate 'string
(format nil "math-snippets/snip-~a.tex" number)))
(defun make-snippet-texs ()
(loop for (snip number) in *math-snippets*
for filename = (snippet-tex-file number)
do (with-open-file (out filename
:direction :output
:if-exists :supersede)
(snippet->tex out snip))))
;;; To create the .png files I wrote the bash script
(defun make-snippets ()
(print "Finding snippets in statements")
(print "Making the tex files")
(print "Running the bash script")
(external-program:run "/bin/bash" '("./")
:error T :output T))
;;; ### Adjust the standard text of each statement
;;; Set the translations of individual characters:
(defvar *character-pairs* nil
"Translation pairs of the form '(latex html)")
(setf *character-pairs*
(list (list "\\\"o" "&ouml;")
(list "\\\"a" "&auml;")
(list "\\'e" "&eacute;")
(list "\\L " "&#321;")
(list "\\'s" "&#347;")
(list "\\newline" "")))
;;; Set the translations of standard text in curly brackets:
(defvar *{}-triplets*
"Translation triplets of the form '(latex-start html-start html-end)")
(setf *{}-triplets*
(list (list "{HR" "<strong>" "</strong>")
(list "{\\it" "<i>" "</i>")
(list "\\ac{" "see <font class=\"author\">" "</font>")
(list "\\cite{" "<font class=\"year\">" "</font>")
(list "\\itemitem{" "<font class=\"enum\">" "</font>")
(list "\\icopy{" "<font class=\"icopy\">" "</font>")
(list "\\hbox{" "" "")))
;;; Use the translations to adjust the statements for printing in html:
(defun translate-character (statement translation-pair)
(destructuring-bind (this that) translation-pair
(jeffrey.process-strings:search-replace this that statement)))
(defun translate-{} (statement translation-triplet)
(destructuring-bind (latex-start html-start html-end) translation-triplet
(let ((start (search latex-start statement)))
(if start
(let ((end (position #\} (subseq statement start))))
(format t "start: ~a, end: ~a~%" start end)
(concatenate 'string
(subseq statement 0 start)
(subseq statement
(+ start (length latex-start))
(+ start end))
(subseq statement (+ start end 1))))
(defun adjust-characters (statement)
(reduce #'translate-character *character-pairs*
:initial-value statement))
(defun adjust-{} (statement)
(reduce #'translate-{} *{}-triplets*
:initial-value statement))
(defun adjust-statement (statement)
(adjust-characters (adjust-{} statement)))
(defun adjust-statements ()
(loop for name being the hash-keys of *nodes-html*
using (hash-value statement)
do (update-node-html name (adjust-statement statement))))
;;; ### Create a template with the list of forms and their statements
(defvar *template-file* (concatenate 'string
(defun create-html-template ()
(let ((checkforms (loop for i from 0 to 430
unless (member i *bad-forms*)
collect (get-by-name i)))
(*string-modifier* #'identity))
(with-open-file (out *template-file*
:direction :output
:if-exists :supersede)
(format out
(with-output-to-string (stream)
(list :checkforms checkforms)
:stream stream))))))
;;; ### The whole process:
(defun make-files-and-database ()
(print "Reseting variables...")
(setf *math-snippets* nil)
(setf *nodes-html* (make-hash-table))
(print "Making snippets...")
(print "Adjusting statements...")
(print "Saving html statements of nodes...")
(print "Creating HTML_Template template...")
;;; After evaluating (make-files-and-database), the function
;;; (load-nodes-html) can be used from website.lisp to
;;; populate the database.
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