Thanks for very clear explanation. I wikified it.


When you load a module with \usemodule[modulename] ConTeXt looks for a file with the following names:

- m-modulaname (core module)
- p-modulename (private module)
- s-modulename (ConTeXt style file)
- x-modulename (XML module)
- t-modulename (Third party module)
- modulename

Once a file is found ConTeXt stops the search and loads the found file (only once).

When you have two file with the same name but different prefixes you can tell ConTeXt which file it should load with


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