Currently:

- ProofGeneralEmacs relies on X-Symbol
- ProofGeneralKit proposes PGML for simple symbol markup (cf HTML character entities)
- A future possibility is MathML

At the moment we suppose that PGML (or MathML) output is produced by the theorem
prover directly in its *output* display.

Since Proof General by design operates on proof scripts in their native language,
there is no provision for generic *input* of mathematical notation. However, with
the ProofGeneralCentralDocumentModel we may provide ways to map from
mathematical notation into prover-input languages. This is the point to
consider connecting to OpenMath
and OMdoc.

TODO: add/discuss future plans here

Interesting links/suggestions:

- Gtk-MathMLview: http://helm.cs.unibo.it/mml-widget/
- [FIXME:] Christoph had a student working on Eclipse support using a SVG plugin

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