sub _parserCustomization_init {}
=head1 parserCustomization
#
# Copy this file to your course templates directory and put any
# customization for the Parser that you want for your course
# here. For example, you can make vectors display using
# ijk notation (and force students to use it for entering
# vectors) by uncommenting:
#
# $context{Vector} = Parser::Context->getCopy(undef,"Vector");
# $context{Vector}->flags->set(ijk=>1);
# $context{Vector}->parens->remove('<');
#
# To allow vectors to be entered with parens (and displayed with
# parens) rather than angle-brakets, uncomment
#
# $context{Vector} = Parser::Context->getCopy(undef,"Vector");
# $context{Vector}->{cmpDefaults}{Vector} = {promotePoints => 1};
# $context{Vector}->lists->set(Vector=>{open=>'(', close=>')'});
#
# (This actually just turns points into vectors in the answer checker
# for vectors, and displays vectors using parens rather than angle
# brakets. The student is really still entering what the Parser
# thinks is a point, but since points get promoted automatically
# in the Value package, that should work. But if a problem checks
# if a student's value is actually a Vector, that will not be true.)
#
=cut
1;