Dear List,

Warning: The following may be a bug or feature or just my
misunderstanding!  It seems that parentheses cause trouble in
references. MNWE:

  \starttext
  \section[sec:one(two)]{One}

  As you see in sec.~\in[sec:one(two)],

  \stoptext

The "in sec.~\in[sec:one(two)]" typesets as "in sec. ??" and the log
shows:

  references      > start missing references

  references      >    1  [][sec:one(two)]

  references      > stop missing references

(It all works fine upon deleting "(two)" throughout.)

Is this behavior known and expected?  If it is, I'll add a note to the
"References" page on the wiki.

-Sanjoy
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