On Dec 29, 2007 1:25 PM, Matija Šuklje wrote:
> Hullo,
> I've already mentioned that Kate/Kwrite and with that also Kile have a working
> ConTeXt syntax highlighting file available on kde-files.org
> What I'm trying to do now is including ConTeXt commands autocompletion in
> Kile. What I would need for that is a list of the commands (see attachment
> for more info). I seem to recall someone mentioned a texexec command to list
> all of these. This would be of great help to me and all the (future) Kile
> users.
> I can then edit the .cwl file myself and bug the Kile devs to include it — all
> I need is (how to get) the list of the ConTeXt commands.

    class Commands, editinterface (lines 194-306)
in scripts/context/ruby/ctxtools.rb

You can fix those simple portions of code to output the code in your
desired format. Then you can copy tex/context/interface/* to your
working directory and run
    ctxtools --sciteinterface (to get definitions for scite)
for example.

The code currently only returns a list of commands. If you want all
variants of them, the code might need to be improved a bit (also note
that it won't return you all the commands - someone should revise
cont-en.xml, but it's still reasonably good).
What about the keys? (\setuphead accepts only some keys. Does Kile
support that as well?)

Do you know http://texshow.contextgarden.net/? (not that you can use
it directly, but only to see ...)

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