Re: [isabelle] Isabelle document preparation
One possible workaround would be to separate your assumptions using "and":
assumes "P x" and "f x"
However, if you are using named assumptions, this may cause problems.
For example, with
assumes A: "P x" "f x"
the local theorem "A" refers to the list of both assumptions, while with
assumes A: "P x" and "f x"
the local theorem "A" refers only to "P x".
Hope this helps,
Quoting Peter Lammich <peter.lammich at uni-muenster.de>:
I have a problem with the latex-document generated by Isabelle.
No space is put in between inner-syntax blocks, i.e. if I have the
assumes "P x" "f x"
it will look in latex like:
assumes P x f x
That can be very confusing! Is there some tuning option to put some
extra space, or perhaps a ";\ \ " in between such lists.
The only workaround I know up to now is to put each such inner-syntax
block in its own line, what makes the proofs more unreadable at editing
Best and thanks for any hints,
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