Re: [NTG-context] bold small caps with latin modern

2008-11-19 Thread Peter Münster
On Tue, Nov 18 2008, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:

 On Tue, Nov 18 2008, Yue Wang wrote:

 you should apply a font feature to bold font.

 This is nonsense, the smallcaps for latin modern are
 a separate font like they had been in computer modern,
 trying to access them with font feature is useless.

 Besides this smallcaps are only available for the upright
 and the italic style but not for the bold.

What a pity...

With MKII and texlive, I could do this:

\definebodyfont[15pt,14pt,13pt,12pt,11pt,10pt,9pt,8pt,7pt,6pt,5pt]
[sc] [bf=cmbcsc10 sa 1, tf=cmcsc10 sa 1]
\pdfpkresolution=1200
\starttext
\sc Normal and \bf bold Small Caps.
\stoptext

But there seems to be no possibility to use bitmap fonts in the minimals.

Once, I've heard about workarounds, for example getting bold by double
printing with some displacement. Would this be possible?

Cheers, Peter

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Re: [NTG-context] letter module: no linebreak in signature

2008-11-19 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 19.11.2008 um 02:54 schrieb Michael Green:

 \setuppapersize[letter][letter]

 Do you need lettersize for all your letters?


 Yes, I have to use US lettersize paper (8.5 inches x 11 inches) for
 the physical paper on which my letters are printed. For long letters,
 I use a narrower textarea, but I don't think that's what you're
 asking me.

You can write the setting for the paper size in a new file with
the namer user.nls and put it somewhere in your TeX directory
where ConTeXt could find it. It's similiar to cont-usr.tex because
my module loads for every letter you write.

Wolfgang

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Re: [NTG-context] how to make pagebreak for \setupstyping

2008-11-19 Thread Zhaopeng Xing
Thank you. I will try it.

2008/11/18 Aditya Mahajan [EMAIL PROTECTED]

 On Tue, 18 Nov 2008, Zhaopeng Xing wrote:

  Hi,
 
  I am using the following setup to typeset very long codes. The problem
 is,
  it can only appear on one page. Can anybody help me to split the resulted
  codes onto several pages?
  Thanks.

 Use \start-stop textbackgrounds rather than framedtexts. framedtexts
 cannot split across papes. textbackgrounds are documented in the details
 manaul.

 Aditya

  \setuptyping
 
  [before={\startframedtext[width=\makeupwidth,
 
  background=screen,
 
  backgroundscreen=.96,
 
  style=\tfxx, frame=off]},
 
  after={\stopframedtext}]
 
  \starttyping
  very long codes
  \stoptyping
 

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Re: [NTG-context] bold small caps with latin modern

2008-11-19 Thread Mojca Miklavec
On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 9:20 AM, Peter Münster wrote:

 But there seems to be no possibility to use bitmap fonts in the minimals.

Almost-on-purpose decision. (You can still add some binaries to
minimals yourself.)

 Once, I've heard about workarounds, for example getting bold by double
 printing with some displacement. Would this be possible?

Not by displacement, but you can use \starteffect[outer] in both mkii
and mkiv or some embolden option in XeTeX.

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Re: [NTG-context] syntax highlighting problem with vim module

2008-11-19 Thread Shiv Shankar Dayal
Hi,

I am running MarkIV and luatools t-vim.tex shows me the path of t-vim.tex.
The version does say version=2008.07.15.

I tried to execute the same command which t-vim.tex executes for vim but
it says that command line is not correct. I switched on the logging and then
I read the log and it says tabstop=8 is a new file. I doubt that something may
be wrong with the command line for vim.

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Re: [NTG-context] letter module: no linebreak in signature

2008-11-19 Thread Michael Green
Wolfgang Schuster wrote:

 You can write the setting for the paper size in a new file with
 the namer user.nls and put it somewhere in your TeX directory
 where ConTeXt could find it. It's similiar to cont-usr.tex because
 my module loads for every letter you write.


Ah, I see. That's an interesting feature. Thanks!

Michael

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Re: [NTG-context] syntax highlighting problem with vim module

2008-11-19 Thread Aditya Mahajan
On Wed, 19 Nov 2008, Shiv Shankar Dayal wrote:

 Hi,

 I am running MarkIV and luatools t-vim.tex shows me the path of t-vim.tex.
 The version does say version=2008.07.15.

OK. So, t-vim is up-to-date.

 I tried to execute the same command which t-vim.tex executes for vim but
 it says that command line is not correct. I switched on the logging and then
 I read the log and it says tabstop=8 is a new file. I doubt that something may
 be wrong with the command line for vim.

This means that mtxrun is old. Does mtxrun accept the noquotes option? Try

mtxrun | grep noquotes

Here it gives

MtxRun | --script  run an mtx script (--noquotes)
MtxRun | --execute run a script or program (--noquotes)

and this is needed for t-vim to run correctly. If you do not get any 
result with noquotes, you need a new mtxrun (and maybe a new luatex to use 
the new mtxrun). The cleanest way will be to update your entire context 
tree, but I do not know what is the best way to do so in TeXLive. You can 
try http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Running_Mark_IV#Updating_ConTeXt

or do a manual update by unzipping cont-tmf.zip (from pragma) to your 
texmf-local, and then run

luatools --generate
mtxrun --selfupdate
context --make

and try again.

Best,
Aditya
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[NTG-context] space between publication items in bibliography

2008-11-19 Thread Yi Zhang
Hi all,

I'm using the bib module. How can I adjust the space between
publication items? Is it just an itemization? Thankx,

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Re: [NTG-context] syntax highlighting problem with vim module

2008-11-19 Thread Shiv Shankar Dayal
Hi,

I updated context and grepped mtxrun for noquotes and the output is
same as yours.

I have a query. Line 270 of t-vim says \runvimsyntax{#2}
Line275: \input #2-vimsyntax.tmp\relax

where #2 is product_name-vimsyntax.tmp.

This means that if the product name is xyz then \runvimsyntax{#2}
which is basically
a run of vim over #2 and it generates the #2-vimsyntax.tmp.

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[NTG-context] New bibligraphy style

2008-11-19 Thread richard . stephens

Hello,

I am using the bib module and I want to redefine the display style for the
references.  I have therefore created a new file bibl-ris.tex which I
have put in the same folder as bibl-apa.tex and the other existing ones.
In my environment file I have \setuppublications[alternative=ris].
Unfortunately, I get the error

file bibl-ris not found, unknown style ignored

Where should I put my bibl-ris file, or is there something else I need to
do before it can find my file?

Thanks.

Richard

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[NTG-context] Unicode Characters

2008-11-19 Thread Erich R Fickel
I am trying to insert unicode charater 217D (a cross) into a line of 
text. I cannot figure out how to do it, or if it can be done. I use mkii 
but could be convinced to move to mkiv if necessary.

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Re: [NTG-context] Unicode Characters

2008-11-19 Thread Arthur Reutenauer
 I am trying to insert unicode charater 217D (a cross) into a line of 
 text. I cannot figure out how to do it, or if it can be done.

  You probably mean U+217D, not U+271D.

  This is one of the famous Zapf dingbats, available in dedicated fonts;
you don't really need Unicode fonts in order to typeset it.  Try the
instructions by Adam Lindsay
(http://web.archive.org/web/20061130021250/homepage.mac.com/atl/tex/ZapfDingbats.pdf)

  An alternative with Mark IV: just find a font that contains that
character.  You can look for it with BabelPad on Windows /
UnicodeChecker on Mac OS / gucharmap on Linux.  Then, just use the font
with the \definefont command.

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Re: [NTG-context] syntax highlighting problem with vim module

2008-11-19 Thread Aditya Mahajan
On Wed, 19 Nov 2008, Shiv Shankar Dayal wrote:

 Hi,

 I updated context and grepped mtxrun for noquotes and the output is
 same as yours.

 I have a query. Line 270 of t-vim says \runvimsyntax{#2}
 Line275: \input #2-vimsyntax.tmp\relax

 where #2 is product_name-vimsyntax.tmp.

 This means that if the product name is xyz then \runvimsyntax{#2}
 which is basically
 a run of vim over #2 and it generates the #2-vimsyntax.tmp.

Yes. The 2context.vim script generates filename.ext-vimsyntax.tmp file. I 
am at a loss of understanding what is happening here.

Run
context --verbose filename

and check the output for something like

MtxRun | executing: vim -u NONE -e -C -n -c set 
tabstop=8 -c syntax on -c s
et syntax=cpp -c let contextstartline=1 -c let contextstopline=0 -c 
source
  /opt/context/tex/texmf-project/tex/context/third/vim/2context.vim -c 
wqa vim-test-vimsyntax.tmp

Run this line on your terminal (in a single line) and see what vim does.

Aditya
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Re: [NTG-context] modifying URL wrapping rules

2008-11-19 Thread Lars Huttar
On 11/18/2008 3:44 PM, Arthur Reutenauer wrote:
 From what I can tell, the .tex file loads one of the other three:
  \loadmarkfile{lang-url}
 
   \loadmarkfile loads either lang-url.mkii or lang-url.mkiv, depending
 on the ConTeXt version you're running (MkII / MkIV).  In Mark IV, the
 Lua code is then put in lang-url.lua, which is input by lang-url.mkiv
 (you can see \registerctxluafile{lang-url}{1.001} near the beginning
 of the latter).  This architecture enables you to reuse the Lua code in
 completely different environments (for example, in a pure Lua script).
 
 Our project has a requirement of using Xetex, so I have to stick with
 that. Does that mean lang-url doesn't work at all?
 
   ConTeXt on XeTeX is considered Mark II as far as the mark business
 goes (it doesn't know about Lua), so you have access to the exact same
 code as with pdfTeX; in this case, lang-url.mkii will be loaded. 

OK, I've taken a stab at it. Here is the main code now in the modified
lang-url.mkii. For brevity in this email I've just omitted the lines
that I actually commented out in the file, namely characters that
Chicago style does not say you can line-break URLs on.

\def\sethyphenatedurlnormal#1{\expandafter\chardef\csname url @
#1\endcsname\zerocount}
\def\sethyphenatedurlbefore#1{\expandafter\chardef\csname url @
#1\endcsname\plusone  }
\def\sethyphenatedurlafter #1{\expandafter\chardef\csname url @
#1\endcsname\plustwo  }

% Chicago manual of style rules:
% Break URLs after: / or // (I don't know how to implement // so will be
content with / for now.
%  To do: prevent breaking in middle of double slash //.)
% Break URLs before: ~ . , - _ ? # %
% Break URLs before or after: =  (I don't know how to implement 'before
or after' so will
%   be content with breaking 'before' these characters for now).
\sethyphenatedurlbefore \letterhash
\sethyphenatedurlbefore \letterpercent
\sethyphenatedurlbefore \letterampersand
\sethyphenatedurlbefore ,
\sethyphenatedurlbefore -
\sethyphenatedurlbefore .
\sethyphenatedurlbefore =
\sethyphenatedurlbefore ?
\sethyphenatedurlbefore _
\sethyphenatedurlbefore \lettertilde

\sethyphenatedurlafter / % was \sethyphenatedurlbefore /


However, I have a few unsolved problems here.

1) I don't see a way, with the '\sethyphenatedurlbefore' or 'after'
mechanism, to tell it not to break a URL between two slashes, as in
http://;. At first I thought that since our text only had a few URLs,
we'd likely never care. But ... you guessed it. One URL got broken
between the slashes: http:/
/www.sil.org/...

So I tried using the base tex hyphenation mechanism to inhibit breaking
there: I changed the document from
\hyphenatedurl{http://www.sil.org/...}
to
\hyphenatedurl{\hyphenation{http://}www.sil.org/...}
but that gave a stack overflow.

Then I tried
\hyphenation{http://}\hyphenatedurl{www.sil.org/...}
but got this error:
! Not a letter.
inserted text http:
 //
\hyphenation ...malhyphenation {\the \scratchtoks
  }\endgroup
argument ... Linguistics. \hyphenation {http://}
  \hyphenatedurl
{www.sil.or...

\BE #1-\startmainexdent {#1
}\stopmainexdent
l.317 ...l.org/silesr/abstract.asp?ref=2007-015}.}


I'm kind of shooting in the dark there, so maybe somebody who knows TeX
can help me out.


2) Even though I have \sethyphenatedurlafter / instead of
\sethyphenatedurlbefore /, there are four cases where a URL is broken
before a slash, e.g.:
http://www.sil.org/.../009
/YAMBASSA.html.
and no cases where a URL is broken after a slash (except when it's also
before a slash -- see 1).

I wonder if my modifications are actually taking effect?
Do I need to compile the changes to the .mkii file or something? I tried
texexec.bat --make --all, but that didn't seem to change the outcome.


3) Conversely, even though I have \sethyphenatedurlbefore - and not
\sethyphenatedurlafter -, there is a case where a URL is broken after
a hyphen (a hyphen that was already present in the URL):
http://www/Niger-
Congo/...
and no case where a URL is broken before a hyphen.
Note that the \sethyphenatedurlbefore - setting is unchanged from the
original lang-url.mkii, so this is not an issue of needing to recompile.

Maybe the general tex hyphenation mechanism is operating here, in spite
of the URL breaking settings. How do I override that (only for the URL)?


4) In one case, a URL is broken over the end of a column. That's ok, but
it would be nice to be able to strongly discourage that from happening
at the end of a page. I'm told that's a difficult problem to solve. It's
not mandatory for us at this point but if anyone has a solution I'd like
to hear about it.


Thanks,
Lars
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Re: [NTG-context] modifying URL wrapping rules

2008-11-19 Thread Lars Huttar
On 11/19/2008 2:35 PM, Lars Huttar wrote:
 
 However, I have a few unsolved problems here.
 
 1) I don't see a way, with the '\sethyphenatedurlbefore' or 'after'
 mechanism, to tell it not to break a URL between two slashes, as in
 http://;. At first I thought that since our text only had a few URLs,
 we'd likely never care. But ... you guessed it. One URL got broken
 between the slashes: http:/
 /www.sil.org/...

I found a way to deal with this... Based on a tip from
http://xpt.sourceforge.net/techdocs/language/latex/latex03-LaTexUsage/ar01s04.html,
I used
{\lefthyphenmin=64 http://}\hyphenatedurl{www.sil.org/...}
It seems to work in practice -- hyphenation and breaking are disabled
for the http://; chunk. And hyphenation seems to successfully resume
afterwards.
This also fixes the problem of a URL breaking before the //.

The other problems are still outstanding though (wanting to break a URL
after a slash, not before; and before a hyphen, not after).

Thanks for any ideas...
Lars

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[NTG-context] Natural tables header

2008-11-19 Thread Horacio Suarez

Hello all:

I have a 5 pages tables at 5 points with a repeating header and also some 
nc=2 and nr=2 in header.

But when de table font is below 6 points there is a gap between the header and 
the body; and when there is some nr= in the header, the first row of the body 
repeats on every page. 

The code below shows it. Thankyou in advance for some advices.

\setuppapersize[A5][A5]

%%
\starttext

\setupcolors[state=start]

This table at 5 points. Below 6 points there is a gap between the header and 
the body; and the first row of the body repeats in every page.

\bTABLE[split=repeat]\switchtobodyfont[5pt]
\bTABLEhead
\bTR
\bTH[nr=2] 1\eTH
\bTH[nr=2] 2\eTH
\bTH[nc=2] 3\eTH
\eTR
\bTR
\bTH 3a\eTH
\bTH 3b\eTH
\eTR
\eTABLEhead
\bTABLEbody
\bTR[color=red]
\bTD body\eTD
\bTD first\eTD
\bTD row\eTD
\bTD Should not repeat every page\eTD
\eTR
\dorecurse{55}{\bTR\bTD[nc=4]the first row is repeating on every page\eTD\eTR}
\eTABLEbody
\eTABLE

\blank[12pt]

This table at 12 points. The gap is gone but still the first row of the body 
repeats in every page.

\bTABLE[split=repeat]\switchtobodyfont[12pt]
\bTABLEhead
\bTR
\bTH[nr=2] 1\eTH
\bTH[nr=2] 2\eTH
\bTH[nc=2] 3\eTH
\eTR
\bTR
\bTH 3a\eTH
\bTH 3b\eTH
\eTR
\eTABLEhead
\bTABLEbody
\bTR[color=red]
\bTD body\eTD
\bTD first\eTD
\bTD row\eTD
\bTD Should not repeat every page\eTD
\eTR
\dorecurse{25}{\bTR\bTD[nc=4]the first row is repeating on every page\eTD\eTR}
\eTABLEbody
\eTABLE

\blank[12pt]

In this table at 12 points and without nr=2 in the header, the repeating header 
is ok,

\bTABLE[split=repeat]\switchtobodyfont[12pt]
\bTABLEhead
\bTR
\bTH 1\eTH
\bTH 2\eTH
\bTH 3\eTH
\eTR
\bTR
\bTH 1a\eTH
\bTH 2a\eTH
\bTH 3a\eTH
\eTR
\eTABLEhead
\bTABLEbody
\bTR[color=red]
\bTD body\eTD
\bTD first\eTD
\bTD row\eTD
\eTR
\dorecurse{6}{\bTR\bTD[nc=3]the first row is ok\eTD\eTR}
\eTABLEbody
\eTABLE

\stoptext
%

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[NTG-context] XeTeX and lmtypewriter10-regular

2008-11-19 Thread Bart C. Wise
I'm running TeXLive 2008.
When I compile for XeTeX (texexec --xtx) I get the following output that 
appears to be generating the lmtypewriter10-regular font.  The bad part is 
that this is very slow.  The part that's even worse, it does this probably 
20...30...40 times?  A compilation takes 145 seconds, and about 130+ seconds 
of time seem to be dealing with lmtypewriter10-regular.

This doesn't happen on small test files, so I know I'm doing something wrong.  
Any ideas?

Thanks,
Bart


kpathsea: Running mktextfm lmtypewriter10-regular
mktextfm: Running mf-nowin -progname=mf \mode:=ljfour; mag:=1; nonstopmode; 
input lmtypewriter10-regular
This is METAFONT, Version 2.718281 (Web2C 7.5.7)



kpathsea: Running mktexmf lmtypewriter10-regular
! I can't find file `lmtypewriter10-regular'.   
* ...; nonstopmode; input lmtypewriter10-regular
  
Please type another input file name   
! Emergency stop. 
* ...; nonstopmode; input lmtypewriter10-regular
  
Transcript written on mfput.log.  
grep: lmtypewriter10-regular.log: No such file or directory
mktextfm: `mf-nowin -progname=mf \mode:=ljfour; mag:=1; nonstopmode; input 
lmtypewriter10-regular' failed to make lmtypewriter10-regular.tfm.  

   
kpathsea: Appending font creation commands to missfont.log. 
 


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wiki : http://contextgarden.net
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