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Hi,

Thank you for the updates. I used this successfully with some minor manual tweaks after.

I have some suggestions:

  1. Do you have any documentation/notes you can upload, maybe to the wiki? I'm interested in the parsing, but I need more time to read the code, because I don't know perl. I think this is probably necessary in order to expedite python translation.

  2. Could you start a feature list? For example, I manually convert \mathbb{X} to 𝕏. It seems that some common math symbols are available unicode.

I wouldn't mind working on this; I think this is a worthy project.

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