[NTG-context] interline space?

2005-11-23 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
How do I get a double-spaced document?
\setupinterlinespace[big] seems to do nothing ...

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Re: [NTG-context] interline space?

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Re: [NTG-context] interline space?

2005-11-23 Thread Hans Hagen

Charles Doherty wrote:



On 23 Nov 2005, at 08:55, Giuseppe Bilotta wrote:


How do I get a double-spaced document?
\setupinterlinespace[big] seems to do nothing ...

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Giuseppe,

I used this for my daughter's thesis recently.

\setupinterlinespace[line=1.8\bodyfontsize] %change 1.8 to whatever
\setupwhitespace[big]


default is 2.8ex (.72/.28 ratio), so gb may try 5.6ex

Hans
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Re: [NTG-context] beginners manual

2005-11-23 Thread Hans Hagen

Olivier wrote:


By the way, what about the translation of the context core?
 


all we need is additional entries in the mult-com and mult-con files

Hans

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[NTG-context] Paper size, MediaBox, CropBox and cropping

2005-11-23 Thread Pearson, Mark (Capita Symonds)
Hi all,

Does anyone know if it is possible to force the PDF output from ConTeXt
to contain both a /MediaBox and /CropBox, having set up a document in
the following manner:

\definepapersize
[BusinessCard]
[width=85mm,height=54mm]

\setuppapersize
[BusinessCard]
[A5,landscape]

\setuplayout
[location=middle,
 marking=on,
 header=0mm,
 footer=3mm,
 topspace=0mm,
 leftmargin=0mm,
 rightmargin=0mm,
 width=85mm,
 height=54mm,
 backspace=0mm]

When I look at the PDF output I can only find the following box
definition:

/MediaBox [0 0 595.2756 419.5276]

which works out to the size of the A5 sheet (595pt ~= 210mm, 419 ~=
148mm).

However what I want to be able to encode in the PDF file is the
size/position of the 'BusinessCard', or to put it another way, the
positions of the crop marks, so that I can act upon that information
using an external tool (specifically to generate a PNG image preview
of the business card PDF with correct cropping)

Many thanks,

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Re: [NTG-context] Paper size, MediaBox, CropBox and cropping

2005-11-23 Thread Hans Hagen

Pearson, Mark (Capita Symonds) wrote:


Hi all,

Does anyone know if it is possible to force the PDF output from ConTeXt
to contain both a /MediaBox and /CropBox, having set up a document in
the following manner:

\definepapersize
[BusinessCard]
[width=85mm,height=54mm]

\setuppapersize
[BusinessCard]
[A5,landscape]

\setuplayout
[location=middle,
 marking=on,
 header=0mm,
 footer=3mm,
 topspace=0mm,
 leftmargin=0mm,
 rightmargin=0mm,
 width=85mm,
 height=54mm,
 backspace=0mm]

When I look at the PDF output I can only find the following box
definition:

/MediaBox [0 0 595.2756 419.5276]

which works out to the size of the A5 sheet (595pt ~= 210mm, 419 ~=
148mm).

However what I want to be able to encode in the PDF file is the
size/position of the 'BusinessCard', or to put it another way, the
positions of the crop marks, so that I can act upon that information
using an external tool (specifically to generate a PNG image preview
of the business card PDF with correct cropping)
 



add:

\setupinteractionscreen

and you'll get a few more boxes

Hans
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[NTG-context] A blank entry in the bibliography

2005-11-23 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
I'm seeing a blank entry in the bibliography. However,
since it's not referenced in the text, I can't tell which
one is it. Some debug options to find out?

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Re: [NTG-context] mfonts.tex from manuals

2005-11-23 Thread Hans Hagen

Taco Hoekwater wrote:


1. Certainly the *easiest* way to get a working solution is to
change the fontsynonyms in typ-dis.tex so that they match the real
world instead of the desired world.


in the past we have cycled between both [u|p]plr8t kind of names and the 
problem was that


(1) sometimes one of them was missing
(2) this aliasses file (obscure kpse feature) was interfering
(3) the location of files changed [this urw35v thing] resulting in 
missed files while copying


for instance, it was always a gamble what reference to the dingbats 
would work today


so



2. But on the other hand, that would be promoting a rather bad
practise, and deleting the fontsynonyms instead would be better.


this looks like the way to go



I happen to know that Hans will start distributing a cont-fnt.zip
file soon that will contain texfont-style metrics, so my vote goes
to the second solution.


that makes two votes ...

Hans

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Re: [NTG-context] inactive -- and ---

2005-11-23 Thread Thomas A. Schmitz
Hraban,you can't read tfm, but have you tried converting them to pl? That's a format you can read... And you probably have a pair of vf and tfm files, so you could and should convert to vpl.BestThomasOn Nov 20, 2005, at 11:43 PM, Henning Hraban Ramm wrote:Thank you. I'm using ec, but tried also texnansi without changes. The TFMs are generated by texfont, but long ago; I should try to re-generate them. Other fonts have no problems. endash and emdash are defined in the texfont-generated AFMs (original is TTF); I can't read TFM...  ___
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Re: [NTG-context] A blank entry in the bibliography

2005-11-23 Thread Taco Hoekwater



Giuseppe Bilotta wrote:

I'm seeing a blank entry in the bibliography. However,
since it's not referenced in the text, I can't tell which
one is it. Some debug options to find out?


Nope. You can't find it out from the sort order? If you
\setupbibtex[sort=none], then it will be in the same
order as in the .bib file.

Cheers, Taco

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[NTG-context] New bib module beta

2005-11-23 Thread Taco Hoekwater

Hi,

I've created a new beta of the bib module, and uploaded it to my
server. You can get it here:

  http://tex.aanhet.net/bib/m-bib-beta-20051123.zip

News compared to the previous beta:

* 2 new styles:
  - bibl-num.tex: c.f. plain.bst
  - bibl-ams.tex: AMS style (from Giuseppe)
* fix the hash marks bug
* fix the vertical spacing issues in the bib list
* add interaction to \cite[url]
* allow a defaulted \setupcite
* renamed citation type 'number' to 'serial'
* better definition of \inverted...author
* don't reset [numbercommand] in \setuppublications by default
* don't disable other \setuppublications keys if alternative=
  is present also (removes the need for doubling the \setup command)
* drop the \sanitizeaccents for \cite (making accents work again)
* added \nocite and \cite[none]

Bugs that are still present:

* internal links (\crossref field) are broken (workaround:
  \nocite[crossref-ed entry])
* items with missing years will break the compressed form of
  \cite[authoryear] and \cite[authoryears]
* there is no interaction yet for most types of cite (but \cite[url]
  should work, as well as \cite[num] when compression is turned off)

Hope I didn't forget to mention anything. It's not quite there yet,
but it is slowly getting there.

Cheers, Taco



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Getting texfont to do batch installs on gwTeX (was Re: [NTG-context] Palatino)

2005-11-23 Thread Adam Lindsay
David,

Sorry I've been quiet on this front. I've been busy with other, non-
ConTeXt things for a while, and am in the process of re-engaging with it.

In order to run type-tmf.dat, you need a way around the hard-coded --
rootlist=TEXMFMAIN that's in the .dat file. gwTeX keeps the fonts we
need in what it calls the TEXMFTE directory. My brutish workaround is as
follows:

1) Go to some temp directory.
2) copy type-tmf into that directory:
 cp /usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf.local/context/data/type-tmf.dat .
3) munge type-tmf to something more gwTeX friendly:
 sed s/TEXMFMAIN/TEXMFTE/ type-tmf.dat  type-tmf-gw.dat
(literally: replace every occurrence of TEXMFMAIN with TEXMFTE and put
it in type-tmf-gw.dat)
4) run texfont (prepend with sudo if you have errors):
 texfont type-tmf-gw.dat
5) run it again, if you want the ec encoding:
 texfont --en=ec type-tmf-gw.dat
6) process one or two test files to see if it really worked:
 texexec --once --mode=compact texnansi-urw-bookman.tex

I hope that works for you. 
Gerben, Hans, can you think of a way to make this workaround unnecessary?

adam

David Arnold said this at Tue, 22 Nov 2005 09:08:17 -0800:

Hans,

When I try:

011-101:/usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf.local/context/data davidarnold$  
sudo texfont --encoding=texnansi -batch type-tmf.dat

I get a slew of messages similar to this last one:

TeXFont 2.2.1 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 2000-2004

   slant factor : 0.167
  checking root : TEXMFMAIN
 processing aborted : unknown subpath ../fonts/afm/urw/ncntrsbk

 --help : show some more info

Some extra information:

texexec --verbose reports:

applications will use : /usr/local/teTeX/texmf.cnf

This last file is attached.




On Nov 22, 2005, at 7:32 AM, Hans Hagen wrote:

 David Arnold wrote:

 Taco et al,

 OK, this didn't work. Log file attached.

 ? ?\usetypescript[palatino][texnansi]
 ? \switchtobodyfont[palatino]
 ? \starttext
 ? Hello World!
 ? \stoptext

 no logfile -)

 for that one you need to run

 texfont --encoding=texnansi --batch type-tmf.dat

 (since you are familiar with texnansi  although better than ec,  
 this encoding was never really supported in distributions, only by  
 mouh, which is why you need to generate metrics yourself)

 This one worked.

 ?\usetypescript[adobekb][8r,ec]
 ? \usetypescript[palatino][ec]
 ? \switchtobodyfont[palatino]
 ? \starttext
 ? Hello World!
 ? \stoptext

 Two questions:

 1. I don't know why one worked and the other didn't. What files  
 could I look at in my tex tree that would give a hint as to which  
 to use?

 2. How can I make the first one work?

 use texfont (or take cont-fnt from the website)

 Hans
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Re: [NTG-context] New bib module beta

2005-11-23 Thread Tobias Burnus

Hi,

Taco Hoekwater wrote:

I've created a new beta of the bib module, and uploaded it to my
server.

Great.

* add interaction to \cite[url]

How about adding alike for DOI (see below), not much tested.
Maybe the shown DOI should be put though the URL hyphenation algorithm 
as they can be quite long?

(In any case I'd like to see the DOIs in sans serif and not in \tt.)
Examples for DOIs:
 10.1103/PhysRevLett.95.196404
 10.1016/j.physb.2004.11.012
 10.1021/ic020653b S0020-1669(02)00653-5
URL = http://dx.doi.org/ + doi

Tobias

diff -ur f/t-bib.tex t/t-bib.tex
--- f/t-bib.tex 2005-11-23 13:20:20.0 +0100
+++ t/t-bib.tex 2005-11-23 15:06:54.501153250 +0100
@@ -1228,9 +1228,11 @@
   \firstreftrue\processcommalist[#1]\dobibdoiref
   \bibalternative\v!right}

+\def\gotoDOI#1{\useURL[bibfoo][http://dx.doi.org/#1]\goto{#1}[url(bibfoo)]}
+
\def\dobibdoiref#1%
  {\addthisref{#1}\refsep
-   \doifbibreferencefoundelse{#1}{\getvalue{pbdo-#1}}{??}}
+   
\doifbibreferencefoundelse{#1}{\expanded{\gotoDOI{\getvalue{pbdo-#1{??}}


\def\biburlref[#1]%
  {\bibalternative\v!left
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Re: [NTG-context] mfonts.tex from manuals

2005-11-23 Thread Adam Lindsay

I tried to run texfont demofont.dat, but failed.
First off, Hans, am I missing a runtools.rb? I can't find it. 

Secondly, I think the current demofont.dat has a bug because it triggers
an obscure texfont filtering feature. I changed the comments at the head
of the file to work around it:

# we assume that demofont.afm and demofont.pfb are present
# run with:
# texfont demofont.dat 

# test test
 
--ve=test --co=test --ma --indemofont
--ve=test --co=test --ma --in --sla=.167 demofont
--ve=test --co=test --ma --in --ext=1.50 demofont
--ve=test --co=test --ma --in --cap=.750 demofont
--ve=test --co=test --ma --in --nol  demofont


...and by running:
 texfont --ve=test --co=test --ma --in demofont.dat 
...I do indeed get the modified Iwona fonts.

more below...

Taco Hoekwater said this at Wed, 23 Nov 2005 08:27:14 +0100:

   \usetypescript[adobekb][8r,ec]
   \usetypescriptfile [type-buy]
   \usetypescriptfile [typeface]
   \environment ../allkind/mcommon.tex

That fixed the problem with Palatino (It now says I have
missing LucidaBright (texnansi-lbXXX) fonts, but I believe
that is correct because it is from an example, and at least
one hurdle is taken).

Okay, another couple hacks to cross further hurdles:

The top of my mfonts.tex now looks like:

\preloadtypescripts   % I wanted to speed things up a bit!
\startnotmode[atpragma]
\startMPenvironment[global]
  % Current bug in distribution
 \definefontsynonym [LMSans-Italic] [LMSans-Oblique]
 \definefontsynonym [LMSans-BoldItalic] [LMSans-BoldOblique]
  % lucida gets called all over the place
 \definetypescriptsynonym [lucida] [palatino]
 \usetypescript[adobekb][8r,ec]
\stopMPenvironment
\stopnotmode

\usetypescriptfile [type-buy]
\usetypescriptfile [typeface]

\environment ../allkind/mcommon.tex

... That much ought to fix the main body (though with the synonyms and
substitutions, the fonts it mentions in the text are not always going to
match the actual fonts used now!)

Go down a little bit, and you'll see the title page font set:

\startnotmode[atpragma]

  \startMPenvironment[global]
\usetypescript[handwriting,map][lucida][texnansi]
\definefontsynonym[TitlePage-Bold][LucidaHandwriting-Italic]
%usetypescript[calligraphy,map][chancery][texnansi]
%definefontsynonym[TitlePage-Bold][Chancery]
% ...

comment out the lucida lines, and uncomment the chancery lines, and you
should be in business for a full run!

er, I hope.
Good luck?
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Re: [NTG-context] New bib module beta

2005-11-23 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Wednesday, November 23, 2005 Taco Hoekwater wrote:

 Hi,

 I've created a new beta of the bib module, and uploaded it to my
 server. You can get it here:

http://tex.aanhet.net/bib/m-bib-beta-20051123.zip

- bibl-ams.tex: AMS style (from Giuseppe)

 * renamed citation type 'number' to 'serial'

Except in bibl-ams :)

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Re: [NTG-context] New bib module beta

2005-11-23 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Wednesday, November 23, 2005 Taco Hoekwater wrote:

 Hi,

 I've created a new beta of the bib module, and uploaded it to my
 server. You can get it here:

http://tex.aanhet.net/bib/m-bib-beta-20051123.zip


\setupheadtext[it][\biblistname=Bibliografia]

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Re: [NTG-context] New bib module beta

2005-11-23 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Wednesday, November 23, 2005 Taco Hoekwater wrote:

 Hi,

 I've created a new beta of the bib module, and uploaded it to my
 server. You can get it here:

http://tex.aanhet.net/bib/m-bib-beta-20051123.zip

Hm. criterium=all doesn't seem to work anymore, regardless
of whether I place it in \setuppublications or
\placepublications.

Also, I'm using alternative=ams and the numbers past 10
stick to the text. I also notice that they are left-aligned,
and not right-aligned. How can I fix these things?

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Re: Getting texfont to do batch installs on gwTeX (was Re: [NTG-context] Palatino)

2005-11-23 Thread Gerben Wierda
 David,

 Sorry I've been quiet on this front. I've been busy with other, non-
 ConTeXt things for a while, and am in the process of re-engaging with it.

 In order to run type-tmf.dat, you need a way around the hard-coded --
 rootlist=TEXMFMAIN that's in the .dat file. gwTeX keeps the fonts we
 need in what it calls the TEXMFTE directory. My brutish workaround is as
 follows:

 1) Go to some temp directory.
 2) copy type-tmf into that directory:
  cp /usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf.local/context/data/type-tmf.dat .
 3) munge type-tmf to something more gwTeX friendly:
  sed s/TEXMFMAIN/TEXMFTE/ type-tmf.dat  type-tmf-gw.dat
 (literally: replace every occurrence of TEXMFMAIN with TEXMFTE and put
 it in type-tmf-gw.dat)
 4) run texfont (prepend with sudo if you have errors):
  texfont type-tmf-gw.dat
 5) run it again, if you want the ec encoding:
  texfont --en=ec type-tmf-gw.dat
 6) process one or two test files to see if it really worked:
  texexec --once --mode=compact texnansi-urw-bookman.tex

 I hope that works for you.
 Gerben, Hans, can you think of a way to make this workaround unnecessary?

texfont and/or ConTeXt seems to be keyed to a certain distribution setup.
I would say that for ConTeXt that is ok (though as far as I know Hans
himself keeps the fonts in TEXMFFONTS or so, so he needs a specialized
type-tmf.dat as well). That the default is TeX Live also seems to be fine
to me.

The easiest way would be if you can give this as an argument to texfonts.

Another issue is that fonts can be in multiple trees. Some i-Packages may
install in texmf.local (so it can be easily uninstalled), or fonts can be
in texmf.tetex or texmf.gwtex). I do not know enough about texfont, but if
Hans wants to work with me we can sort that out. After all, I probably
have a good example of a non-TL multi-tree setup. BTW, there are support
reasons why I do not use the TEXMFMAIN name or the standard texmf-dist
directory name.

G

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Re: Getting texfont to do batch installs on gwTeX (was Re: [NTG-context] Palatino)

2005-11-23 Thread Hans Hagen

Adam Lindsay wrote:


Gerben, Hans, can you think of a way to make this workaround unnecessary?
 



doesn't --fontroot=. work?

Hans
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Re: Getting texfont to do batch installs on gwTeX (was Re: [NTG-context] Palatino)

2005-11-23 Thread Hans Hagen

Gerben Wierda wrote:


texfont and/or ConTeXt seems to be keyed to a certain distribution setup.
I would say that for ConTeXt that is ok (though as far as I know Hans
himself keeps the fonts in TEXMFFONTS or so, so he needs a specialized
type-tmf.dat as well). That the default is TeX Live also seems to be fine
to me.
 

the reason for a separate three texmffonts is that it permits me to 
update the main tree (wipe out, copy new) and still have my installed 
extra fonts


(i tried to get a texmffonts var in the regular texmf.cnf but that was 
rejected: objection too many trees while in the meantime we have more 
trees in tl as well -)



The easiest way would be if you can give this as an argument to texfonts.

Another issue is that fonts can be in multiple trees. Some i-Packages may
install in texmf.local (so it can be easily uninstalled), or fonts can be
in texmf.tetex or texmf.gwtex). I do not know enough about texfont, but if
Hans wants to work with me we can sort that out. After all, I probably
have a good example of a non-TL multi-tree setup. BTW, there are support
reasons why I do not use the TEXMFMAIN name or the standard texmf-dist
directory name.
 



ah, i see, so the problem is TEXMFMAIN in the dat file

before we start hacking ... this --ro stands for --rootlist so it may be 
a list; so


. --ro=TEXMFMAIN,TEXMF.TETEX,TEXMF.GWTEX

should work; can someone test that?

Hans
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Re: Getting texfont to do batch installs on gwTeX (was Re: [NTG-context] Palatino)

2005-11-23 Thread Gerben Wierda
 Gerben Wierda wrote:

texfont and/or ConTeXt seems to be keyed to a certain distribution setup.
I would say that for ConTeXt that is ok (though as far as I know Hans
himself keeps the fonts in TEXMFFONTS or so, so he needs a specialized
type-tmf.dat as well). That the default is TeX Live also seems to be fine
to me.


 the reason for a separate three texmffonts is that it permits me to
 update the main tree (wipe out, copy new) and still have my installed
 extra fonts

 (i tried to get a texmffonts var in the regular texmf.cnf but that was
 rejected: objection too many trees while in the meantime we have more
 trees in tl as well -)

The easiest way would be if you can give this as an argument to texfonts.

Another issue is that fonts can be in multiple trees. Some i-Packages may
install in texmf.local (so it can be easily uninstalled), or fonts can be
in texmf.tetex or texmf.gwtex). I do not know enough about texfont, but
 if
Hans wants to work with me we can sort that out. After all, I probably
have a good example of a non-TL multi-tree setup. BTW, there are support
reasons why I do not use the TEXMFMAIN name or the standard texmf-dist
directory name.



 ah, i see, so the problem is TEXMFMAIN in the dat file

 before we start hacking ... this --ro stands for --rootlist so it may be
 a list; so

 . --ro=TEXMFMAIN,TEXMF.TETEX,TEXMF.GWTEX

--ro=TEXMFMAIN,TEXMFTE,TEXMFGW

 should work; can someone test that?

Are these write or read trees? If it is write, then my guess is the
default shoul dbe TEXMFLOCAL because officially that is the place where
local site modifications should go. That would also survive an upgrade or
install of TeX itself.

G

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[NTG-context] New bib module beta 2

2005-11-23 Thread Taco Hoekwater

Hi,

There is a new beta, again:

  http://tex.aanhet.net/bib/m-bib-beta-20051123b.zip

Tobias Burnus wrote:


How about adding alike for DOI (see below), not much tested.


patch applied, so \cite[doi] should be interactive now


Giuseppe Bilotta wrote:

\setupheadtext[it][\biblistname=Bibliografia]


added.

Giuseppe Bilotta wrote:

* renamed citation type 'number' to 'serial'


Except in bibl-ams :)


fixed.

Giuseppe Bilotta wrote:


Hm. criterium=all doesn't seem to work anymore, regardless
of whether I place it in \setuppublications or
\placepublications.


Yup, I broke it. It should be in \setuppublications, btw.


Also, I'm using alternative=ams and the numbers past 10
stick to the text. I also notice that they are left-aligned,
and not right-aligned. How can I fix these things?


Right-align only worked when autohang=yes. I've made
bibl-ams.tex turn autohang on now, but I have also made
the alignment work after

  \setuppublicationlist[width=36pt]

(the module checks whether width= is set, and if so, it typesets
the labelbox within the specified width)


Greetings, Taco


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Re: Getting texfont to do batch installs on gwTeX (was Re: [NTG-context] Palatino)

2005-11-23 Thread Hans Hagen

Gerben Wierda wrote:


Are these write or read trees? If it is write, then my guess is the
default shoul dbe TEXMFLOCAL because officially that is the place where
local site modifications should go. That would also survive an upgrade or
install of TeX itself.
 



these are read trees; the write trees are set with --fontroot

Hans
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[NTG-context] Indenting totally disappeared?

2005-11-23 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Since I upgraded my ConTeXt, even doubling the

\setupindenting[medium,next]

fails to give me any paragraph indentation.

-- 
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Re: [NTG-context] Indenting totally disappeared?

2005-11-23 Thread Taco Hoekwater

Giuseppe Bilotta wrote:

Since I upgraded my ConTeXt, even doubling the



\setupindenting[medium,next]

fails to give me any paragraph indentation.


The doubling actually working was a bug. Use

 \setupindenting[medium,next,yes]
 ^^^

Cheers, Taco



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Re: [NTG-context] beginners manual

2005-11-23 Thread Mojca Miklavec
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Hi,

 I'm going to clean up the beginners manual (at least the source code) so
 i think this s a good moment to pick up the 'translation' thread

 So the question is:

 - what can go out
 - what should go in
 - what should be updated

31.2. \showbodyfont[cmr]
32.2. has to be rewritten I guess (write something about
\enableregime[utf-8] and something about encodings)
38 (using modules): to be rewritten
C (auxilary files): mention texutil --purge[all]

What could be added:
- Tables: Natural tables (already mentioned by Taco). I just realized
that this is the only manual where the usual tables are actually
explained. I was looking for the explanation in cont-eni before.
- Bibliography
- Slides: some basic example with \usemodule[pre-whatever] to show the
user that making slides is no more difficult than making an A4
document
- Metafun: some basic examples and a reference to the manual
- XML: a basic example
- mention XeTeX  Aleph somewhere (at least under section with fonts
or lnguage-specific issues)

 as well as:

 - who will participate (in translation)

Slovenian translation is not rentable yet :(

 - how to deal with localization (maybe dedicated language related chapters)

Not a bad idea. Encodings, regimes, \mainlanguage, using different
interface, French active characters, quotations, Greek, Vietnamese,
Russian, ... under the same hood.

Mojca
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Re: Getting texfont to do batch installs on gwTeX (was Re: [NTG-context] Palatino)

2005-11-23 Thread David Arnold

Adam, Hans, Taco, et al,

Here's the result (GWTeX on Mac Tiger) of replacing TEXMFMAIN with  
TEXMFTE:


011-101:~/tmp davidarnold$ texfont type-tmf-gw.dat

TeXFont 2.2.1 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 2000-2004

processing batch file : type-tmf-gw.dat
batch line : --en=texnansi --ve=public --co=antp -- 
so=auto --ro=TEXMFMAIN


TeXFont 2.2.1 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 2000-2004

 checking root : TEXMFMAIN
processing aborted : unknown subpath ../fonts/afm/public/antp

--help : show some more info
batch line : --en=texnansi --ve=urw --co=helvetica -- 
so=auto --ro=TEXMFMAIN


TeXFont 2.2.1 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 2000-2004

 checking root : TEXMFMAIN
processing aborted : unknown subpath ../fonts/afm/urw/helvetica

--help : show some more info
batch line : --en=texnansi --ve=urw --co=courier -- 
so=auto --ro=TEXMFMAIN


TeXFont 2.2.1 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 2000-2004

 checking root : TEXMFMAIN
processing aborted : unknown subpath ../fonts/afm/urw/courier

--help : show some more info
batch line : --en=texnansi --ve=urw --co=zapfchan -- 
so=auto --ro=TEXMFMAIN


TeXFont 2.2.1 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 2000-2004

 checking root : TEXMFMAIN
processing aborted : unknown subpath ../fonts/afm/urw/zapfchan

--help : show some more info
batch line : --en=texnansi --ve=urw --co=times --so=auto  
--ro=TEXMFMAIN


TeXFont 2.2.1 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 2000-2004

 checking root : TEXMFMAIN
processing aborted : unknown subpath ../fonts/afm/urw/times

--help : show some more info
batch line : --en=texnansi --ve=urw --co=times --so=auto  
--ca=* utmr8a --ro=TEXMFMAIN


TeXFont 2.2.1 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 2000-2004

   caps factor : 0.800
 checking root : TEXMFMAIN
processing aborted : unknown subpath ../fonts/afm/urw/times

--help : show some more info
batch line : --en=texnansi --ve=urw --co=times --so=auto  
--sl=* utmr8a --ro=TEXMFMAIN


TeXFont 2.2.1 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 2000-2004

  slant factor : 0.167
 checking root : TEXMFMAIN
processing aborted : unknown subpath ../fonts/afm/urw/times

--help : show some more info
batch line : --en=texnansi --ve=urw --co=times --so=auto  
--sl=* utmb8a --ro=TEXMFMAIN


TeXFont 2.2.1 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 2000-2004

  slant factor : 0.167
 checking root : TEXMFMAIN
processing aborted : unknown subpath ../fonts/afm/urw/times

--help : show some more info
batch line : --en=texnansi --ve=urw --co=palatino -- 
so=auto --ro=TEXMFMAIN


TeXFont 2.2.1 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 2000-2004

 checking root : TEXMFMAIN
processing aborted : unknown subpath ../fonts/afm/urw/palatino

--help : show some more info
batch line : --en=texnansi --ve=urw --co=palatino -- 
so=auto --ca=* uplr8a --ro=TEXMFMAIN


TeXFont 2.2.1 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 2000-2004

   caps factor : 0.800
 checking root : TEXMFMAIN
processing aborted : unknown subpath ../fonts/afm/urw/palatino

--help : show some more info
batch line : --en=texnansi --ve=urw --co=palatino -- 
so=auto --sl=* uplr8a --ro=TEXMFMAIN


TeXFont 2.2.1 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 2000-2004

  slant factor : 0.167
 checking root : TEXMFMAIN
processing aborted : unknown subpath ../fonts/afm/urw/palatino

--help : show some more info
batch line : --en=texnansi --ve=urw --co=palatino -- 
so=auto --sl=* uplb8a --ro=TEXMFMAIN


TeXFont 2.2.1 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 2000-2004

  slant factor : 0.167
 checking root : TEXMFMAIN
processing aborted : unknown subpath ../fonts/afm/urw/palatino

--help : show some more info
batch line : --en=texnansi --ve=adobe --co=utopia -- 
so=auto --ro=TEXMFMAIN


TeXFont 2.2.1 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 2000-2004

 checking root : TEXMFMAIN
processing aborted : unknown subpath ../fonts/afm/adobe/utopia

--help : show some more info
batch line : --en=texnansi --ve=adobe --co=utopia -- 
so=auto --ca=* putr8a --ro=TEXMFMAIN


TeXFont 2.2.1 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 2000-2004

   caps factor : 0.800
 checking root : TEXMFMAIN
processing aborted : unknown subpath ../fonts/afm/adobe/utopia

--help : show some more info
batch line : --en=texnansi --ve=adobe --co=utopia -- 
so=auto --sl=* putr8a --ro=TEXMFMAIN


TeXFont 2.2.1 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 2000-2004

  slant factor : 0.167
 checking root : TEXMFMAIN
processing aborted : unknown subpath ../fonts/afm/adobe/utopia

--help : show some more info
batch line : --en=texnansi --ve=adobe --co=utopia -- 
so=auto --sl=* putb8a --ro=TEXMFMAIN


TeXFont 

[NTG-context] Halfway between itemizations and descriptions

2005-11-23 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Hello,

does ConTeXt have something which is halfway between
itemizations and descriptions? I have a small set of
properties that should be enumerated together. Right now I'm
doing it by defining a \description and then doing

\desc{something} stuff \par
\desc{something else} other stuff \par
etc

However, this is an overall cumbersome syntax, especially
for the result I would like to obtain.

using \startitemize ...\stopitemize with \sym{something}
\sym{something else} comes *very* close to what I would like
but I can't seem to find a way to prevent the \sym text to
wade into the actualt text of the description.

Suggestions?

-- 
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Re: Getting texfont to do batch installs on gwTeX (was Re: [NTG-context] Palatino)

2005-11-23 Thread Hans Hagen

David Arnold wrote:


Adam, Hans, Taco, et al,

Here's the result (GWTeX on Mac Tiger) of replacing TEXMFMAIN with  
TEXMFTE:


011-101:~/tmp davidarnold$ texfont type-tmf-gw.dat

TeXFont 2.2.1 - ConTeXt / PRAGMA ADE 2000-2004

processing batch file : type-tmf-gw.dat
batch line : --en=texnansi --ve=public --co=antp -- 
so=auto --ro=TEXMFMAIN


are you sure that you replaced it? 


Hans
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Re: [NTG-context] Halfway between itemizations and descriptions

2005-11-23 Thread Hans Hagen

Giuseppe Bilotta wrote:


Hello,

does ConTeXt have something which is halfway between
itemizations and descriptions? I have a small set of
properties that should be enumerated together. Right now I'm
doing it by defining a \description and then doing

\desc{something} stuff \par
\desc{something else} other stuff \par
etc
 


\startdesc {something}  \stopdesc

is an alternative syntax


However, this is an overall cumbersome syntax, especially
for the result I would like to obtain.

using \startitemize ...\stopitemize with \sym{something}
\sym{something else} comes *very* close to what I would like
but I can't seem to find a way to prevent the \sym text to
wade into the actualt text of the description.

Suggestions?
 


you want more space for the sym?

\startitemize[5*broad]
\item {word} 
\item {another} 
\stopitemize

(if needed, you can define an itemgroup with a default wider left margin)

Hans
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Re[2]: [NTG-context] Halfway between itemizations and descriptions

2005-11-23 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Wednesday, November 23, 2005 Hans Hagen wrote:

 Giuseppe Bilotta wrote:

Hello,

does ConTeXt have something which is halfway between
itemizations and descriptions? I have a small set of
properties that should be enumerated together. Right now I'm
doing it by defining a \description and then doing

\desc{something} stuff \par
\desc{something else} other stuff \par
etc
  

 \startdesc {something}  \stopdesc

 is an alternative syntax

Yeah, I know, but it's still clumsy.

However, this is an overall cumbersome syntax, especially
for the result I would like to obtain.

using \startitemize ...\stopitemize with \sym{something}
\sym{something else} comes *very* close to what I would like
but I can't seem to find a way to prevent the \sym text to
wade into the actualt text of the description.

Suggestions?
  

 you want more space for the sym?

 \startitemize[5*broad]
 \item {word} 
 \item {another} 
 \stopitemize

 (if needed, you can define an itemgroup with a default wider left margin)

No please this is horrible. I would like the item/desc/head
to 'run in' the text. I guess I'll have to use the \startdesc stuff :\

-- 
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Re: Getting texfont to do batch installs on gwTeX (was Re: [NTG-context] Palatino)

2005-11-23 Thread Adam Lindsay
Hans Hagen said this at Wed, 23 Nov 2005 22:39:55 +0100:

 batch line : --en=texnansi --ve=public --co=antp -- 
 so=auto --ro=TEXMFMAIN

are you sure that you replaced it? 

It's weird. Looking through the rest of David's log, it replaced some of
them, but not all. I never claimed to be a sed wizard. To David, I'd say
open in a text editor and do a global find/replace.

Anyway, back to an earlier suggestion by Hans, --ro=TEXMFMAIN,TEXMFTE
seems to work for me, except in the case of Adobe Utopia. In that case,
--ro=TEXMFMAIN,TEXMFGW should work. Actually, I see the Utopia lines
replicated for tl2003+. Should it not be:
 --ro=TEXMFMAIN,TEXMFGW,TEXMFEXTRA   ?

[That said, I'm getting perplexing results on a texfont --en=ec type-
tmf.dat install: there's an insistence on creating bitmaps for these fonts!]

-- 
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 Adam T. Lindsay, Computing Dept. [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Lancaster University, InfoLab21+44(0)1524/510.514
 Lancaster, LA1 4WA, UK Fax:+44(0)1524/510.492
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Re[3]: [NTG-context] Halfway between itemizations and descriptions

2005-11-23 Thread Giuseppe Bilotta
Wednesday, November 23, 2005 Giuseppe Bilotta wrote:

 Wednesday, November 23, 2005 Hans Hagen wrote:

 you want more space for the sym?

 \startitemize[5*broad]
 \item {word} 
 \item {another} 
 \stopitemize

 (if needed, you can define an itemgroup with a default wider left margin)

 No please this is horrible. I would like the item/desc/head
 to 'run in' the text. I guess I'll have to use the \startdesc stuff :\

To be precise: the effect I'm looking for is one which could
be obtained by \head commands in \start/\stopitemize, if we
could have the heads run-in with the text.

-- 
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Re: [NTG-context] beginners manual - Install

2005-11-23 Thread Miguel Queiros
Hi!

 I'm going to clean up the beginners manual (at least the source code) so 
 i think this s a good moment to pick up the 'translation' thread
 
 So the question is:
 
 - what can go out
 - what should go in
 - what should be updated
 
 as well as:
 
 - who will participate (in translation)
 - how to deal with localization (maybe dedicated language related chapters)

As a beginner myself and typesetting in Portuguese I can tell
you what I had troubles with:

- mainlanguage
- Special characters as º (\ordmasculine and stuff like that).

And maybe not in the beginners manual but I think there
should be an updated manual about how to install context.

I'm still using a context version from 2004.08 as it is the
only one it worked for me. I downloaded as far as I remember 
the file mswincontext.zip , the stand alone version of
context, but the newer versions need Perl and Ruby to
be installed. 

By the way... Are there any sugestions on the installation
of Ruby and Perl on windows ? 

I think there should be some instructions
on how to install mswincontex.zip on any system, because the
dificulty in installing Context might drive some users away.

Anyway... Context is great ! I'm now typesetting my first
document with it. :)

Thank you,
Miguel Queirós



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[NTG-context] Lucida Fonts

2005-11-23 Thread David Arnold

All,

Now that YandY is defunct, where would one now purchase the Lucida  
font. We used to be able to get the entire set from YandY, math  
included. Does that set still exist and where can it be purchased?


David


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[NTG-context] Log file from texfont

2005-11-23 Thread David Arnold

All,

Is there a switch for producing a log file from texfont?

David


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[NTG-context] More to report on mfonts -- Lucida?

2005-11-23 Thread David Arnold

Hans, Adam, Taco, et al,

If I start mfonts.tex with:


%\usetypescript[adobekb][8r,ec]
\usetypescriptfile [type-buy]
\usetypescriptfile [typeface]
\environment ../allkind/mcommon.tex

Then the compile crashes with:

(./typeface.tex))kpathsea: Running mktextfm uplr8t
mktextfm: Running mf-nowin -progname=mf \mode:=ljfour; mag:=1;  
nonstopmode; input uplr8t

This is METAFONT, Version 2.71828 (Web2C 7.5.5)

kpathsea: Running mktexmf uplr8t
! I can't find file `uplr8t'.
* ...:=ljfour; mag:=1; nonstopmode; input uplr8t

Please type another input file name
! Emergency stop.
* ...:=ljfour; mag:=1; nonstopmode; input uplr8t

Transcript written on mfput.log.
grep: uplr8t.log: No such file or directory
mktextfm: `mf-nowin -progname=mf \mode:=ljfour; mag:=1; nonstopmode;  
input uplr8t' failed to make uplr8t.tfm.

kpathsea: Appending font creation commands to missfont.log.

! Font \*palatino12ptrmtf*:=uplr8t at 12.0pt not loadable: Metric  
(TFM) file no

t found.
to be read again
   \relax
\xxdododefinefont ...tspec {#4}\newfontidentifier
  \let  
\localrelativefontsiz...


\fontstrategy ...me \fontclass #2#3#4#5\endcsname
  \tryingfontfalse \fi
inserted text ...yle \fontalternative \fontsize
  \fi \iftryingfont  
\fontstr...


\synchronizefont ...strategy \the \fontstrategies
  \relax \fi  
\iftryingfont \...

argument \getvalue [EMAIL PROTECTED]@ \fontstyle }
   \edef \fontstyle  
{\fontstyle }\if...

...
l.43 \stopMPenvironment

?


Instead, if I start mfonts.tex with:

\usetypescript[adobekb][8r,ec]
\usetypescriptfile [type-buy]
\usetypescriptfile [typeface]
\environment ../allkind/mcommon.tex

Then the compile crashes with:

[6.5] [7.6] [8.7]kpathsea: Running mktextfm texnansi-lbr
mktextfm: Running mf-nowin -progname=mf \mode:=ljfour; mag:=1;  
nonstopmode; input texnansi-lbr

This is METAFONT, Version 2.71828 (Web2C 7.5.5)

kpathsea: Running mktexmf texnansi-lbr
! I can't find file `texnansi-lbr'.
* ...ur; mag:=1; nonstopmode; input texnansi-lbr

Please type another input file name
! Emergency stop.
* ...ur; mag:=1; nonstopmode; input texnansi-lbr

Transcript written on mfput.log.
grep: texnansi-lbr.log: No such file or directory
mktextfm: `mf-nowin -progname=mf \mode:=ljfour; mag:=1; nonstopmode;  
input texnansi-lbr' failed to make texnansi-lbr.tfm.

kpathsea: Appending font creation commands to missfont.log.

! Font \*funny11ptrmtf*:=texnansi-lbr at 11.0pt not loadable: Metric  
(TFM) file

not found.
to be read again
   \relax
\xxdododefinefont ...tspec {#4}\newfontidentifier
  \let  
\localrelativefontsiz...


\fontstrategy ...me \fontclass #2#3#4#5\endcsname
  \tryingfontfalse \fi
inserted text ...yle \fontalternative \fontsize
  \fi \iftryingfont  
\fontstr...


\synchronizefont ...strategy \the \fontstrategies
  \relax \fi  
\iftryingfont \...

argument \getvalue [EMAIL PROTECTED]@ \fontstyle }
   \edef \fontstyle  
{\fontstyle }\if...

...
l.644 {\funny
  \getbuffer[sample]}
?

Hitting s at this point to scroll through the errors, the compile  
finishes and I have an mfonts.pdf. Of course, the Lucida stuff is  
missing.


So, I have the Lucida fonts. How should I install them with texfont?

David


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Re: [NTG-context] Lucida Fonts

2005-11-23 Thread Steve Peter


On Nov 23, 2005, at 9:47 PM, David Arnold wrote:

Now that YandY is defunct, where would one now purchase the Lucida  
font. We used to be able to get the entire set from YandY, math  
included. Does that set still exist and where can it be purchased?


The set with math will soon be available from the TeX Users Group.

Steve
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[NTG-context] kpathsea355.dll missing from 2005-11-16 mswintex.zip and mswincontext.zip

2005-11-23 Thread Adrian Drury
The mswintex.zip and mswincontext.zip files on www.pragma-ade.com,
dated 2005-11-16, are missing the kpathsea355.dll file from
root/tex/texmf-mswin/bin.

I discovered this while trying the URW Garamond installation
instructions in the wiki, and the texfont command failed running
vptovf.

The kpathsea355.dll file was in mswincontext.zip that I downloaded at
the beginning of September, so I copied it from there to my minimal
(re)installation (and successfully completed the URW Garamond
installation instructions).

For future reference, is this type of issue better tracked in the collector?

Regards,
Adrian Drury
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[NTG-context] newtexexec: post-processing pdf-files

2005-11-23 Thread Thomas A. Schmitz
I mentioned this earlier but had only now time to look into it: there  
appears to be a bug in newtexexec, it bombs out when I try to post- 
process pdf-files. Here's a log:


ruby /usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf.local/scripts/context/ruby/ 
newtexexec.rb --pdfselect --selection=1 grammatik2.pdf

TeXExec | processing document 'grammatik2.pdf'
TeXExec | provide ctx file
TeXExec | tex processing method: context
TeXExec | TeX run 1
TeXExec | tex engine: pdfetex
TeXExec | tex format: cont-en
TeXExec | progname: context
This is pdfeTeX, Version 3.141592-1.30.4-2.2 (Web2C 7.5.5)
\write18 enabled.
entering extended mode
(./grammatik2.pdf

ConTeXt  ver: 2005.11.16  fmt: 2005.11.17  int: english  mes: english

language: language en is active
protectionstate 0
system  : cont-new loaded
(/usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf.local/tex/context/base/cont-new.tex
systems : beware: some patches loaded from cont-new.tex
color   : palette rollover is available
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(./grammatik2.top
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specials: loading definition file fdf
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No pages of output.
Transcript written on grammatik2.log.
TeXExec | runtime: 4.721664

And I get a similar error (with apparently some Japanese  
characters...) when I try to run pdfcombine.


Best

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Re: [NTG-context] kpathsea355.dll missing from 2005-11-16 mswintex.zip and mswincontext.zip

2005-11-23 Thread Taco Hoekwater

Adrian Drury wrote:


For future reference, is this type of issue better tracked in the collector?


From past experience, this list is most likely the best place.  If it
needs to be in the collector (like this one), it is usually added by
me (some things are resolved so fast that it doesnt make much sense).

Cheers, Taco
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