Re: [NTG-context] Fleurons

2005-06-02 Thread Staszek Wawrykiewicz
On Tue, 31 May 2005, Karl Berry wrote: this differes per year; i keep changing these names and always lag behind one tex live version TL has always distributed both pzdr.tfm and uzdr.tfm. I don't have an easy way to check the situation in teTeX. teTeX has only pzdr.tfm. See

Re: [NTG-context] textools ne woption

2005-06-02 Thread Taco Hoekwater
Hans Hagen wrote: Hi, Tonight I had to generate linux binaries (due to serious bug in the pdftex 1.21 that runs on the server; btw, generating 64 bits version fails somehow) and afterwards i had to merge the new files into my trees so .. i extendedtextools textools --merge oldroot

[NTG-context] Re: [NTG-pdftex] unwanted font replacement during inclussion

2005-06-02 Thread Taco Hoekwater
Hartmut Henkel wrote: Then the CMBX12 font coming with the embedded test.pdf would match CMBX12 and this would be replaced by cmtt10.pfb. So it seems that something must be wrong with the map file. There is a (fairly serious) bug in two of the context-supplied Latin Modern .map files:

Re: [NTG-context] Fwd: Context question

2005-06-02 Thread Vit Zyka
Taco Hoekwater wrote: Vit Zyka wrote: Adam Lindsay wrote: Has anyone got a solution/approach/example at hand? Begin Forwarded Message Subject: Re: (Stupid) Context question Date Sent: Wednesday, June 1, 2005 20:57 From: Musa Furber [EMAIL PROTECTED] To:

Re: [NTG-context] Re: [NTG-pdftex] unwanted font replacement during inclussion

2005-06-02 Thread Vit Zyka
Hartmut Henkel wrote: On Wed, 1 Jun 2005, Vit Zyka wrote: I noticed the next strange behaviour. Let us create very simple file test.tex: -- \font\bf=cmbx12 Normal text. \bf Bold text. \end -- Now include this file by plain pdftex: --

Re: [NTG-context] Fleurons

2005-06-02 Thread Staszek Wawrykiewicz
On Thu, 2 Jun 2005, Hans Hagen wrote: Staszek Wawrykiewicz wrote: AFM and PFM files are supplied here for the sake of completeness only. They are normally not required for use with TeX. this is not true, you need the afm's when you use them to make graphics in other progs that

Re: [NTG-context] Fleurons

2005-06-02 Thread John R. Culleton
On Wednesday 01 June 2005 11:53 pm, Hans Hagen wrote: Staszek Wawrykiewicz wrote: Why? Anybody is free to make tfm files, as afm files are always available for _that_ set of urw fonts. the problem is that there is a bunch of context users out there who think (are being told, whatever) that

[NTG-context] buffers and mathml

2005-06-02 Thread jimarin
Hi all, I hope not to be posing a silly question. I am trying something like: usemodule[mathml] \starttext \def\open {} \def\close {} \startbuffer \open math display=block\close \open apply\close \open sin/\close \open apply\close \open plus/\close \open cn\close 2 \open /cn\close \open

[NTG-context] Re: [NTG-pdftex] kerning

2005-06-02 Thread Taco Hoekwater
Hans Hagen wrote: Taco Hoekwater wrote: PS. I can create a series of slides that show internals of the font reading process for the ntg meeting, if you are interested. sounds like a good idea to me For those of you who are interested in this sort of thing, I've posted an 884-page PDF

Re: [NTG-context] \definetyping[C][option=commands] and the tabulator

2005-06-02 Thread Peter Münster
On Tue, 31 May 2005, Hans Hagen wrote: \definetyping[C][option=commands,tab=8] (just a few lines patch); i'll send you the files. Thanks again for your efforts! Just one last problem with vertical spacing in a frame: \starttext \framed[align=lohi]{% \starttyping test \stoptyping }

Re: [NTG-context] \stopbuffer in macro

2005-06-02 Thread Peter Münster
On Tue, 31 May 2005, Hans Hagen wrote: \definebuffer[crap] \setupbuffer[crap][before=\blank\bgroup here we start,after=and here we end\egroup\blank] [...] Hello Hans and Taco, thank you for your hints, but I think, I did not explain my question well enough... I fact, all I need is to

Re: [NTG-context] long module-filenames

2005-06-02 Thread Peter Münster
On Wed, 1 Jun 2005, Vit Zyka wrote: Peter Münster wrote: Hello, I would like to use module names with more than 8 characters. Is this possible, and if yes how? AFAIK it was enabled in the beginning of this year. Indeed, it seems to be enabled since version 2005.05.25. So I'm going

Re: [NTG-context] \stopbuffer in macro

2005-06-02 Thread Taco Hoekwater
This should help: \def\startLST[#1]% {\def\stopLST{End of #1}% \dostartbuffer[LST][startLST][stopLST]} This is almost the same as: \definebuffer[LST] \def\stopLST{End of LST} Except that it is a little bit more low-level and thereby allows an argument to \startLST. Using a

[NTG-context] Re: [NTG-pdftex] kerning

2005-06-02 Thread Hans Hagen
Taco Hoekwater wrote: De document, and sources, are available at: http://tex.aanhet.net/temp/fontreader.pdf http://tex.aanhet.net/temp/fontreader.zip Beware, the PDF is pretty large (7.7Mb). MetaPost, Perl and Context sources are quite small (12kb), but very much a hack. brilliant, you

Re: [NTG-context] \stopbuffer in macro

2005-06-02 Thread Hans Hagen
I once made the option \usememorybuffers but i'm not sure if it does the same Taco Hoekwater wrote: This should help: \def\startLST[#1]% {\def\stopLST{End of #1}% \dostartbuffer[LST][startLST][stopLST]} This is almost the same as: \definebuffer[LST]

Re: [NTG-context] update

2005-06-02 Thread Thomas A. Schmitz
Hi Hans, sorry to rain on your parade, but I'm not sure that the latest version is working as it should. I tried on OS X + gwtex. After unzipping in texmf.local and regenerating the formats, I get this output (even after rerunning mktexlsr): % texexec --version TeXExec 5.4.1 - ConTeXt /

[NTG-context] update

2005-06-02 Thread Hans Hagen
Hi, Well, after some bad hacking Adam, Patrick and me think that we got engine support working on all platforms. Interesting is that the problems for platforms -tetex and gwtex- were in different parts of the code, so there must be subtle differences in path settings (different kpse branches

Re: [NTG-context] Fleurons

2005-06-02 Thread Stuart Jansen
On Fri, 2005-06-03 at 00:25 +0200, Hartmut Henkel wrote: On Thu, 2 Jun 2005, John R. Culleton wrote: (K.I.S.S. = Keep it simple silly.) wasn't the 2nd S. stupid? I always thought it was Stuart. ;-) -- Stuart Jansen [EMAIL PROTECTED] Guru Labs, L.C. signature.asc Description: This is a