again I'm working on a technical manual and decided to use ConTeXt to do the job. Since I'm a developer, I always try to do things as flexible as possible.
I'm currently struggling to achieve two things:
1) a macro (that will print a list) should also add a heading. However, the heading should always be one level beneath the current heading and without numbering. Example: within a \section it should be a \subsubject, within a \chapter it should be a \subject, and so on.
2) another macro should build an index at the end of the document. I use Lua to keep a list of all database tables referenced within the document (together with some metadata) and save it in the jobpasses struct. Now I also want to track the chapters, sections, etc where these references are, to be able to see, where a database table is used.
To solve these two problems, I'm looking for information about the current heading. The level and the associated reference name.
If I have the level, I can keep my own list of necessary heading types (subject, subsubject, ...) and just get the one at level+1 to write the heading using lua (tex.sprint(....)).
With the reference name I can obviously solve 2), since I then can simply keep a list for each db table in the jobpasses structure.
I'm open for different suggestions, since I may miss an (obvious?) alternative. And as you can also probably see, I like Lua pretty much, so a solution requiring Lua is not a problem :-) (quite the contrary actually)
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