... Thanks, that was really silly mistake of mine - I was "Luaing" the original ctx code 
so I forgot to enclose the ttt into the context("ttt"); that was the problem.

Braces were OK - statement:

context.startsection({title = "ti", list = "li"})

may be shortened to:

context.startsection{title = "ti", list = "li"}

- that's OK in Lua.

On Tue, 30 Nov 2010 22:38:41 +0100, Peter Münster <pmli...@free.fr> wrote:

    context.startsection{title = "ti", list = "li"} % - but this is wrong

Use "--" instead of "%" in lua mode.

(I wrote "%" this to the mail only.)


Should be: tex.print"ttt"

Or: context("ttt")

Cheers, Peter


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