On 10/17/2016 05:46 AM, Jamie Macbeth wrote:
> I was fed up with LaTeX, and became a newbie user of ConTeXt, and I
> think it's great and I really agree with the philosophy.
I’m also another newbie (I switched to ConTeXt years ago ;-)), although
I cannot code myself :-(.
One of the features I value most is direct typesetting of XML sources.
> I know that \startitemize ...\stopitemize is very customizable, but I
> would like to learn ConTeXt by learning how I could, for example, build
> the itemize environment myself from scratch. Can someone give me
> pointers on the best place to start? Then I can learn the code on my
> own (and not be a pest on this list :) ).
If you want to go the hard way (it would be the impossible way for me
:-)), tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/mkiv/strc-itm.mkvi may be the
file you are looking for.
The wiki offers some explanation on the topic
(http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Enumerations). You might be interested in
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