Re: [NTG-context] Scite spelling support

2005-08-01 Thread Coydell Rivers
Hello Han, I'm responding to your PS{}.I've just downloaded 
mswincontext.zip.
This program AVG Free Edition Program version: 7.0.338 virus base: 
267.9.7/60

Release date: 7/28/2005 3:15:00 PM
will not let you use a detected virus file(.)

texmfstart.exe file-size 610,304 dated 7/30/2005 DETECTED
texmfstart.exe file-size 610,304 dated 7/27/2005 DETECTED
I had to replace the above with:
texmfstart.exe file-size 584,000 dated 12/20/2004
So is this program the bomb or what.

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Subject: Re: [NTG-context] Scite spelling support



Willi Egger wrote:


Yesterday I installed the support files you provided on the website.
Interesetingly it worked with the version 1.62 of Scite. But not with 
version !.64 which I downloaded today. Though there are the CTX menue 
lines in the tools menue I can't get the spellchecker working. Anlike 
in the older version 1.62. There are no messages during starting Scite. 
So I am a bit puzzled.



Are you sure that the right properties are loaded? (Try to insert the 
ctx import in a user file; also keep in mind that after sucha change you 
need to close/open scite)



Yes quite so, because in the menu Option list there is an open 
scite-ctx.properties


strange, is lua loaded?
Hans
ps. Can you try the mswincontext zip? I updated the file today (there was 
some old stuff in it, a redundant system tree, and some pieces were missed 
some pieces; i also changed texmfstart a bit in order to get rid of a 
possible visus pattern).




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Re: [NTG-context] Scite spelling support

2005-08-01 Thread Taco Hoekwater



Coydell Rivers wrote:
Hello Han, I'm responding to your PS{}.I've just downloaded 
mswincontext.zip.
This program AVG Free Edition Program version: 7.0.338 virus base: 
267.9.7/60

Release date: 7/28/2005 3:15:00 PM
will not let you use a detected virus file(.)

texmfstart.exe file-size 610,304 dated 7/30/2005 DETECTED
texmfstart.exe file-size 610,304 dated 7/27/2005 DETECTED
I had to replace the above with:
texmfstart.exe file-size 584,000 dated 12/20/2004
So is this program the bomb or what.


It could be infected if Hans' machine is, because some local dlls
are included in the compiled version by the rubyscript to exe
compiler. Perhaps he should download AVG to check his local system?

Taco
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[NTG-context] Getting ToC to match page numbering

2005-08-01 Thread Duncan Hothersall
Hello all.

I have set up page numbering for the bodymatter and appendices of my
document with:
\setuppagenumbering[way=bychapter,chapternumber=yes,numberseparator={/}]

so that \completepagenumber in my footer lines shows, e.g. 1/3 for
chapter 1 page 3. This works well for the actual page numbering, but in
the table of contents the separator is shown as the default '-' rather
than '/', and I can't seem to change it using separator={/},
numberseparator={/} or anything I can think of.

Can anyone tell me how to get the table of contents to match the pages?

Thanks!

Duncan
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Re: [NTG-context] Getting ToC to match page numbering

2005-08-01 Thread Duncan Hothersall
 My guess would be (untested):
 
\setuplist [part][separator={/}]
\setuplist [chapter] [separator={/}]
\setuplist [section] [separator={/}]
\setuplist [subsection]  [separator={/}]
\setuplist [subsubsection]   [separator={/}]
\setuplist [subsubsubsection][separator={/}]
\setuplist [subsubsubsubsection] [separator={/}]
 
 Taco

Has no effect - tried this early on. Thanks for the suggestion. Seems
like this *should* be the answer though...

My current test file is a bit large, because I'm developing a whole
style, but I'll work on a small one to demonstrate.

Any other thoughts?

Duncan
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Re: [NTG-context] Scite spelling support

2005-08-01 Thread Hans Hagen

Taco Hoekwater wrote:




Coydell Rivers wrote:

Hello Han, I'm responding to your PS{}.I've just downloaded 
mswincontext.zip.
This program AVG Free Edition Program version: 7.0.338 virus base: 
267.9.7/60

Release date: 7/28/2005 3:15:00 PM
will not let you use a detected virus file(.)

texmfstart.exe file-size 610,304 dated 7/30/2005 DETECTED
texmfstart.exe file-size 610,304 dated 7/27/2005 DETECTED
I had to replace the above with:
texmfstart.exe file-size 584,000 dated 12/20/2004
So is this program the bomb or what.



It could be infected if Hans' machine is, because some local dlls
are included in the compiled version by the rubyscript to exe
compiler. Perhaps he should download AVG to check his local system?


i've tested with the latest mcafee and it's ok; i've installed avg in a virtual machine (not in the mood to slow down my main machine) and avl reports a virus when scanning the zipped file but not on the unzipped stuff so my guess is that there is some strange interaction between the windows unzip functionality and avg checking; if i copy files as-is to the virtual machine i see no problem; [in th eend each pattern will be a virus i guess] 


texmfstart.exe is just ruby binaries+scripts+somelibs

Hans 



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Re: [NTG-context] Sparklines to be in ConTeXt?

2005-08-01 Thread Tobias Wolf
The particular temptation that I saw was that they _aren't_ a substitute
for a full graph -- they're only a substitute for the information one gets
were trying to put so much information in them that one would need to spend
time studying them to read them, and that misses the point.

 Personally, I haven't yet written anything that seemed to provide a good
 use for them, so I'm sort of waiting to have a real opinion on them until I
 actually find a place to give them a proper try-out in a real-world
 situation.
 
 In any case, I do agree that MetaPost is probably one of the best ways to
 implement them, and ConTeXt's MetaPost integration should make it quite
 easy to organize such implementations.

To clarify, my question wasn't a request or anything. I see it in the
same position as you, a toy used in exploration of some concepts that
nonetheless seem to be based on some valid points. One of them being
that the data and the text shouldn't be too disparate, floated far
afield,  and another that the content to presentation ratio should be
maximal. These Sparklines cannot replace a full-blown figure but
afford to approach data more in the sense of reading than in the sense
of deciphering.

I asked here because everything about it screamed ConTeXt (also
considering that the favourite command here seems to be \input tufte).
Thought this meme must have infected some here.
- Tobias
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Re: [NTG-context] \placelist is influensed by \completeregister ??

2005-08-01 Thread Vit Zyka

Taco Hoekwater wrote:

Vit Zyka wrote:


Dear Hans, Taco, ...

I noticed strange behaviour. When I use \completeregister lists I have 
defined are ignored:



Your post is a specific example of a more generic truth:

  new lists are by default influenced by the sectioning commands

The solution is to disable that influence, like so:

  \definelist[somelist][criterium=all]

Otherwise you get only the entries defined within the 'Letter'
section, and (in this case) there are none.


Ahhh, now I understand parameter criterium. Thank you Taco for 
explanation. I added some notes/example about to texshow/setuplist.


vit
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Re: [NTG-context] Sparklines to be in ConTeXt?

2005-08-01 Thread Hans Hagen

Tobias Wolf wrote:


I asked here because everything about it screamed ConTeXt (also
considering that the favourite command here seems to be \input tufte).
Thought this meme must have infected some here.
 

-) 

i didn't know tufte had a site; seems that a new book is coming in 2006 

how about a sparkline contest .. 

Hans 



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Re: [NTG-context] Getting ToC to match page numbering

2005-08-01 Thread Duncan Hothersall
I have three issues where page number formatting in the table of
contents is wrong compared to the pages themselves:

1. The separator character in the actual pagenumbers is /. In the ToC
it displays as a -.

2. I used left=A on the pagenumbering command in the appendices
because appendices are numbered A1, A2 etc. This gives the required
output for the actual pagenumbers, but there is no 'A' prefix in the ToC.

3. Similarly in the backmatter I have added a 'I/' prefix to the
pagenumber (left={I/}), which works on the pages but is not reflected
in the ToC.

The overall question is how to get each of these page numbering features
repeated in the table of contents?

Thanks. Minimal file follows.

Duncan



%% Tested on live.contextgarden
\setupoutput[pdftex]
%% change appendix numbering from Character to numbers
\setupsection[section-2][appendixconversion=numbers]
%% define new chapter-like heads for different sections
\definehead[Frontchapter][chapter]
\definehead[Appchapter][chapter]
\definehead[Backchapter][chapter]
%% set up individual content lists and labels
\setuplist[Frontchapter][pagenumber=yes]
\setuplabeltext[en][chapter={Module }]
\setuplist[chapter][pagenumber=yes,chapternumber=yes,label=yes]
\setuplabeltext[en][Appchapter={Appendix }]
\setuplist[Appchapter][pagenumber=yes,chapternumber=yes,label=yes]
\setuplist[Backchapter][pagenumber=yes]
%% set up the combined list
\definecombinedlist[Xontents]
[part,Frontchapter,chapter,Appchapter,Backchapter,section]
[level=section,criterium=local]
\setupcombinedlist[Xontents][alternative=b,aligntitle=yes,distance=4em]
%% page numbering is output using the explicit \completepagenumber
%% command in the footer because the final output has rather
%% complicated footers which incorporate the page number.
\setupfootertexts[text]
[][{\inframed{\kern.3em\completepagenumber\kern.3em}}]
[][{\inframed{\kern.3em\completepagenumber\kern.3em}\hfill}]
\starttext
\startfrontmatter
%% page numbering is set up for each section
\setuppagenumbering[state=start,alternative={singlesided,doublesided},
location=,chapternumber=no,partnumber=no,conversion=romannumerals]
\title{Contents}
\placecombinedlist[Xontents]
\Frontchapter{Test Intro}
\dorecurse{3}{\input tufte\par}
\stopfrontmatter
\startbodymatter
%% for the body and appendices we prefix the chapternumber and a '/'
\setuppagenumbering[state=start,alternative={singlesided,doublesided},location=,
way=bychapter,partnumber=no,chapternumber=yes,numberseparator={/}]
\chapter{Test Chapter}
\dorecurse{3}{\input tufte\par}
\chapter{Another Test Chapter}
\dorecurse{3}{\input tufte\par}
\stopbodymatter
\startappendices
\setuppagenumbering[state=start,alternative={singlesided,doublesided},location=,
way=bychapter,partnumber=no,left=A,chapternumber=yes,numberseparator={/}]
\Appchapter{Test Appendix}
\dorecurse{3}{\input tufte\par}
\stopappendices
\startbackmatter
%% for the backmatter we just prefix I/ (it's going to be the index)
\setuppagenumbering[state=start,alternative={singlesided,doublesided},
location=,way=bychapter,left={I/}]
\setuppagenumber[number=1]
\Backchapter{Index}
\dorecurse{3}{\input tufte\par}
\stopbackmatter
\stoptext


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Re: [NTG-context] Getting ToC to match page numbering

2005-08-01 Thread Hans Hagen

Duncan Hothersall wrote:


I have three issues where page number formatting in the table of
contents is wrong compared to the pages themselves:
 

i admit that this is a bit tricky; has to do with how numbers are used 
for selective purposed; maybe i'll rewrite that part some day (no need 
to be efficient nowadays)



1. The separator character in the actual pagenumbers is /. In the ToC
it displays as a -.
 


\start
\setuppagenumbering[numberseparator=/]
\placecombinedlist[Xontents]
\stop


2. I used left=A on the pagenumbering command in the appendices
because appendices are numbered A1, A2 etc. This gives the required
output for the actual pagenumbers, but there is no 'A' prefix in the ToC.
 

indeed, since left/right is cosmetics an dit's easier to add that than 
to remov eit when you dont wan it, so:


\setuplist[Appchapter][pagecommand=A]

% or cleaner: pagecommand=\AppPrefix and \def\AppPrefix#1{A\enspace#1}


3. Similarly in the backmatter I have added a 'I/' prefix to the
pagenumber (left={I/}), which works on the pages but is not reflected
in the ToC.
 


now you know how to do that

wikiable:


%% Tested on live.contextgarden
\setupoutput[pdftex]
%% change appendix numbering from Character to numbers
\setupsection[section-2][appendixconversion=numbers]
%% define new chapter-like heads for different sections
\definehead[Frontchapter][chapter]
\definehead[Appchapter][chapter]
\definehead[Backchapter][chapter]
%% set up individual content lists and labels
\setuplist[Frontchapter][pagenumber=yes]
\setuplabeltext[en][chapter={Module }]
\setuplist[chapter][pagenumber=yes,chapternumber=yes,label=yes]
\setuplabeltext[en][Appchapter={Appendix }]
\setuplist[Appchapter][pagenumber=yes,chapternumber=yes,label=yes]
\setuplist[Backchapter][pagenumber=yes]
%% set up the combined list
\definecombinedlist[Xontents]
   [part,Frontchapter,chapter,Appchapter,Backchapter,section]
[level=section,criterium=local]
\setupcombinedlist[Xontents][alternative=b,aligntitle=yes,distance=4em]
%% page numbering is output using the explicit \completepagenumber
%% command in the footer because the final output has rather
%% complicated footers which incorporate the page number.
\setupfootertexts[text]
[][{\inframed{\kern.3em\completepagenumber\kern.3em}}]
[][{\inframed{\kern.3em\completepagenumber\kern.3em}\hfill}]
\starttext
\startfrontmatter
%% page numbering is set up for each section
\setuppagenumbering[state=start,alternative={singlesided,doublesided},
location=,chapternumber=no,partnumber=no,conversion=romannumerals]
\title{Contents}
\placecombinedlist[Xontents]
\Frontchapter{Test Intro}
\dorecurse{3}{\input tufte\par}
\stopfrontmatter
\startbodymatter
%% for the body and appendices we prefix the chapternumber and a '/'
\setuppagenumbering[state=start,alternative={singlesided,doublesided},location=,
way=bychapter,partnumber=no,chapternumber=yes,numberseparator={/}]
\chapter{Test Chapter}
\dorecurse{3}{\input tufte\par}
\chapter{Another Test Chapter}
\dorecurse{3}{\input tufte\par}
\stopbodymatter
\startappendices
\setuppagenumbering[state=start,alternative={singlesided,doublesided},location=,
way=bychapter,partnumber=no,left=A,chapternumber=yes,numberseparator={/}]
\Appchapter{Test Appendix}
\dorecurse{3}{\input tufte\par}
\stopappendices
\startbackmatter
%% for the backmatter we just prefix I/ (it's going to be the index)
\setuppagenumbering[state=start,alternative={singlesided,doublesided},
location=,way=bychapter,left={I/}]
\setuppagenumber[number=1]
\Backchapter{Index}
\dorecurse{3}{\input tufte\par}
\stopbackmatter
\stoptext
 



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Re: [NTG-context] Getting ToC to match page numbering

2005-08-01 Thread Duncan Hothersall
 \start
 \setuppagenumbering[numberseparator=/]
 \placecombinedlist[Xontents]
 \stop

Ah, I see, \placecombinedlist uses the value of numberseparator active
at the time it is called! Thanks.

 indeed, since left/right is cosmetics an dit's easier to add that than
 to remov eit when you dont wan it, so:
 
 \setuplist[Appchapter][pagecommand=A]
 
 % or cleaner: pagecommand=\AppPrefix and \def\AppPrefix#1{A\enspace#1}

I had experimented with that, and it certainly works (I chose the second
option, but dropped the \enspace), BUT... the page numbers column in the
table of contents is now mis-aligned. I've pasted my revised minimal
test file below, and if you run that you can see that things have gone
squiggly. The frontmatter and appendices are aligned further to the
right than the chapters and backmatter. Weird.

I looked at the source and as far as I can tell the default pagecommand
is just \strut#1, so I don't understand how alignment has been changed
by redefining it, but it certainly seems to have.

 wikiable:

Will do; would be great to fix (or at least understand) the alignment
before I do though, for completeness. :-)

Thanks,

Duncan


Minimal test, now mostly working thanks to Hans:


%% Tested on live.contextgarden
\setupoutput[pdftex]
%% change appendix numbering from Character to numbers
\setupsection[section-2][appendixconversion=numbers]
%% define new chapter-like heads for different sections
\definehead[Frontchapter][chapter]
\definehead[Appchapter][chapter]
\definehead[Backchapter][chapter]
%% set up individual content lists and labels
\setuplist[Frontchapter][pagenumber=yes]
\setuplabeltext[en][chapter={Module }]
\setuplist[chapter][pagenumber=yes,chapternumber=yes,label=yes]
\setuplabeltext[en][Appchapter={Appendix }]
\def\AppPrefix#1{A#1}
\setuplist[Appchapter][pagenumber=yes,chapternumber=yes,label=yes,pagecommand=\AppPrefix]
\def\BackPrefix#1{I/#1}
\setuplist[Backchapter][pagenumber=yes,pagecommand=\BackPrefix]
%% set up the combined list
\definecombinedlist[Xontents]
[part,Frontchapter,chapter,Appchapter,Backchapter,section]
[level=section,criterium=local]
\setupcombinedlist[Xontents][alternative=b,aligntitle=yes,distance=4em]
%% page numbering is output using the explicit \completepagenumber
%% command in the footer because the final output has rather
%% complicated footers which incorporate the page number.
\setupfootertexts[text]
[][{\inframed{\kern.3em\completepagenumber\kern.3em}}]
[][{\inframed{\kern.3em\completepagenumber\kern.3em}\hfill}]
\starttext
\startfrontmatter
%% page numbering is set up for each section
\setuppagenumbering[state=start,alternative={singlesided,doublesided},
location=,chapternumber=no,partnumber=no,conversion=romannumerals]
\title{Contents}
\setuppagenumbering[numberseparator=/]
\placecombinedlist[Xontents]
\Frontchapter{Test Intro}
\dorecurse{3}{\input tufte\par}
\stopfrontmatter
\startbodymatter
%% for the body and appendices we prefix the chapternumber and a '/'
\setuppagenumbering[state=start,alternative={singlesided,doublesided},location=,
way=bychapter,partnumber=no,chapternumber=yes,numberseparator={/}]
\chapter{Test Chapter}
\dorecurse{3}{\input tufte\par}
\chapter{Another Test Chapter}
\dorecurse{3}{\input tufte\par}
\stopbodymatter
\startappendices
\setuppagenumbering[state=start,alternative={singlesided,doublesided},location=,
way=bychapter,partnumber=no,left=A,chapternumber=yes,numberseparator={/}]
\Appchapter{Test Appendix}
\dorecurse{3}{\input tufte\par}
\stopappendices
\startbackmatter
%% for the backmatter we just prefix I/ (it's going to be the index)
\setuppagenumbering[state=start,alternative={singlesided,doublesided},
location=,way=bychapter,left={I/}]
\setuppagenumber[number=1]
\Backchapter{Index}
\dorecurse{3}{\input tufte\par}
\stopbackmatter
\stoptext


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Re: [NTG-context] Scite spelling support

2005-08-01 Thread Willi Egger
I installed the latest MSWINtex dated 28-07-05 and later 31-07-05 while 
running BitDefender V8 there where no alerts.


Willi

Coydell Rivers wrote:
Hello Han, I'm responding to your PS{}.I've just downloaded 
mswincontext.zip.
This program AVG Free Edition Program version: 7.0.338 virus base: 
267.9.7/60

Release date: 7/28/2005 3:15:00 PM
will not let you use a detected virus file(.)

texmfstart.exe file-size 610,304 dated 7/30/2005 DETECTED
texmfstart.exe file-size 610,304 dated 7/27/2005 DETECTED
I had to replace the above with:
texmfstart.exe file-size 584,000 dated 12/20/2004
So is this program the bomb or what.

- Original Message - From: Hans Hagen [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: mailing list for ConTeXt users ntg-context@ntg.nl
Sent: Sunday, July 31, 2005 2:48 PM
Subject: Re: [NTG-context] Scite spelling support



Willi Egger wrote:


Yesterday I installed the support files you provided on the website.
Interesetingly it worked with the version 1.62 of Scite. But not 
with version !.64 which I downloaded today. Though there are the 
CTX menue lines in the tools menue I can't get the spellchecker 
working. Anlike in the older version 1.62. There are no messages 
during starting Scite. So I am a bit puzzled.




Are you sure that the right properties are loaded? (Try to insert 
the ctx import in a user file; also keep in mind that after sucha 
change you need to close/open scite)




Yes quite so, because in the menu Option list there is an open 
scite-ctx.properties



strange, is lua loaded?
Hans
ps. Can you try the mswincontext zip? I updated the file today (there 
was some old stuff in it, a redundant system tree, and some pieces 
were missed some pieces; i also changed texmfstart a bit in order to 
get rid of a possible visus pattern).




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Re: [NTG-context] Scite spelling support

2005-08-01 Thread Willi Egger

Hi Hans

As in my other post is mentioned now there is an error while scite 
attempts to load lua.


I downloaded the mswintex.zip of 30-07-05. After installing I see no 
major problems with different testfiles. Of course the lua loading 
error remains.
Further I detected: that there must have been changes in the Antykwa 
Torunska environment:


...
texnansi-antt
fonts   : using map file: rm-antt
fonts   : using map file: mi-antt
fonts   : using map file: sy-antt
fonts   : using map file: ex-antt

{c:\NEWCON~1\tex\texmf-fonts/fonts/map/pdftex/context/texnansi-urw-zapfchan
.map}{c:\NEWCON~1\tex\texmf-fonts/fonts/map/pdftex/context/texnansi-public-antp
.map}{c:\NEWCON~1\tex\texmf/fonts/map/pdftex/context/texnansi-antt.map}
Warning: pdfetex.exe (file rm-antt.map): cannot open font map file

Warning: pdfetex.exe (file mi-antt.map): cannot open font map file

Warning: pdfetex.exe (file sy-antt.map): cannot open font map file

Warning: pdfetex.exe (file ex-antt.map): cannot open font map file
 ...

There is a texnansi-antt.map file present on my system. However what is 
the meaning of the other four map-files?



Willi
Hans Hagen wrote:

Willi Egger wrote:


Yesterday I installed the support files you provided on the website.
Interesetingly it worked with the version 1.62 of Scite. But not 
with version !.64 which I downloaded today. Though there are the CTX 
menue lines in the tools menue I can't get the spellchecker working. 
Anlike in the older version 1.62. There are no messages during 
starting Scite. So I am a bit puzzled.




Are you sure that the right properties are loaded? (Try to insert the 
ctx import in a user file; also keep in mind that after sucha change 
you need to close/open scite)




Yes quite so, because in the menu Option list there is an open 
scite-ctx.properties



strange, is lua loaded?
Hans
ps. Can you try the mswincontext zip? I updated the file today (there 
was some old stuff in it, a redundant system tree, and some pieces were 
missed some pieces; i also changed texmfstart a bit in order to get rid 
of a possible visus pattern).




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Re: [NTG-context] Scite spelling support

2005-08-01 Thread Willi Egger

Hi Hans,

No there is no linenumber mentioned, the posted error is comlete as given.

Willi

Hans Hagen wrote:

Willi Egger wrote:


Hi Hans,

After reinstalling the Scite 1.64 and putting the support files in 
place again, I get the following error:


attempt to call a string value
Lua: error occurred while loading startup script



normally it means that there is some error in the script (lua has rather 
obscure messages); is there line number mentioned?

Hans

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