[NTG-context] simple bibliography and dots after section numbering

2010-05-05 Thread rogutes
G'Day,

I'm trying out ConTeXt and have come up with 2 questions.

1. How does one add a dot after the numerals in headings, so that
 \section{First}
   becomes
 1. First
   instead of
 1 First
   ?

2. I would like to use something like this for bibliography:
   http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Simple_Bibliography#Another_Approach
   but adapting it seems too hard for me. Perhaps someone could help? A
   very crude example:

   ---
   People are writing about this \cite[ref1], (\cite[ref2] - page 25).

   \startbibliography
 \bibitem[ref1] This is the first reference.
 \bibitem[Daniel, 2004][ref2] This is the second reference.
   \stopbibliography
   ---

   should be rendered as:

   ---
   People are writing about this [1], (Daniel, 2004 - page 25)

   1. This is the first reference.
   2. This is the second reference.
   ---

   That is, I want an environment and 2 commands:
 \startbibliography
 \cite [key]
 \bibitem [label_replacing_\cite[key]_but_not_the_item_number] [key]


Thank you very much,
--  Rogutės Sparnuotos

P.S. Is there a paragraph somewhere describing the logic under the use of
 [] and {} for different commands (it seemed somehow more intuitive in
 LaTeX). What would a ConTeXt developer choose, \cite[x] or \cite{x}
 and why?
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Re: [NTG-context] tooltips and glossary

2010-05-05 Thread Taco Hoekwater


Michael Saunders wrote:
 Wolfgang Schuster:
 http://pragma-ade.com/general/manuals/cont-enp.pdf - page 159
 
 That rambling entry is like the webpage but worse.  It still doesn't
 say what arguments 2--4 do, why \infull is necesarry, or anything else
 with any clarity.  It's just another bundle of bad writing concealing
 what may be (but probably isn't) something useful. 

plonk.
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Re: [NTG-context] tooltips and glossary

2010-05-05 Thread Philipp Gesang
Hello again,


On 2010-05-04 23:36:17, Michael Saunders wrote:
 III.  Philipp Gesang's lua-based solution connects headwords to
 entries just as \definesynonyms[gentry][gentries][\infull][\inshort]
 does, and it produces something that looks like a glossary, but the
 entries have no link back to the text.  Also, I don't see the point of
 the \usegloss{word} command unless it references the substantive
 discussion(s) of the word.  I think that is what his
 \usegloss[exp]{word} is for, but then there should be a reference to
 it in the entry.  Something like:
 {\bd headword}---entry text, p.\at[g:headword]
Here you are! Now the link back to the main explanation (yes, that's
what \usegloss[#1]#2 with a nonempty first argument does) is carried by
a page reference at the end of the entry. Let me know if you want me to
change the formatting.

 There probably is some advantage in using the lua script for this, but
 I don't know what it is.
No advantage other than time saving …
 
 About tooltips:
 \tooltip surprised me, and I was impressed that it appears to typeset
 the tooltip text with Context, but there are some problems with it:
 
 1. It's stretched horizontally.
 2. The active area begins at the baseline and stretches about 1 ex
 _under_ the word.
 3. It appears without a border and under the cursor.
 
 I have seen tooltips in pdf files before, and they looked better than
 this.  I suspect the reason is that, as you say, \tooltip uses
 Javascript, and the ones I saw use a different mechanism.  I dug
 around and found this reference which describes how it's done with
 form fields and invisible buttons:
 http://gilbertconsulting.com/pdf/Build_tool_tips_in_InDesign.pdf
I had a look at that, he is creating pdf forms and uses them as tooltips
-- consequentially I couldn't even see them in xpdf.

 (Notice how tidy the tooltips in it look.) That document describes
 setting them up manually in a point-and-click interface, but surely
 Context could automate this by putting an invisible frame around the
 word and creating a form field/button over it?
 And, correct me if I'm wrong, but that mechanism is not
 Javascript-based at all, is it?
Well, it is form-(“widget”-)based and at least some forms use js. The
omniscient landfill has some info about this:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pdf#Interactive_elements
But with those elements not even working I have no way to tell them
apart. You might be interested in a thread on c.t.t. where widgets and
the phantom-box approach are used to accomplish the same in latex:
http://groups.google.com/group/comp.text.tex/browse_thread/thread/863613f3d13337f1/989369a06aaf7a34?lnk=raot

 (by the way:  I've not broken the thread again, have I?)
Unfortunately, yes, gmail is again misbehaving.


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Re: [NTG-context] tooltips and glossary

2010-05-05 Thread Marius
On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 7:36 AM, Michael Saunders odrad...@gmail.com wrote:
 II. Marius's modified index solution is the only one to successfully
 link the entry back to a point in the text, but the resulting
 glossary  really just looks like an index.


You can modify the look of an index with \setupregister
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Reference/en/setupregister


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Re: [NTG-context] tooltips and glossary

2010-05-05 Thread Philipp Gesang
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-- FILE:  glossarium.lua
--USAGE:  ConTeXt MkIV only
--  DESCRIPTION:  ad-hoc glossary
--   AUTHOR:  Philipp Gesang (Phg), megas.kapan...@gmail.com
--  VERSION:  1.0
--  CREATED:  04/05/10 13:00:54 CEST
-- REVISION:  1

--

gloss = {}
gloss.tracker, gloss.content = {}, {}

function gloss.warn( text )
context.message( == GLOSSARY:  .. text )
end

function gloss.newgloss( keyword, entry )
if gloss.content[keyword] then
gloss.warn( Entry for  .. keyword ..  exists. Skipping. )
else
gloss.content[keyword] = entry
end
end

function gloss.usegloss( keyword, explained_here)
if gloss.content[keyword] then
local indstring = glossind: .. keyword
if explained_here ~=  and
   not gloss.tracker[keyword] then
local refstring = gloss: .. keyword
context.reference({ refstring }, )
gloss.tracker[keyword] = true
end
context.goto(keyword, {indstring})
else
gloss.warn( No entry for  .. keyword .. . Skipping. )
end
end

function gloss.place_glossary ()
-- get all keywords and sort them
local sort_me = {}
for key, _ in pairs(gloss.content) do
table.insert(sort_me, key)
end
table.sort(sort_me)

-- pretty print them somehow
for _, keyword in ipairs(sort_me) do
local refstring = gloss:.. keyword
local indstring = glossind: .. keyword
context.noindentation()
context.reference({ indstring }, )
context.bgroup() 
context.bf()
--context.goto( keyword, { refstring } )
context(keyword)
context.egroup()

-- leave some space before entry
context.hskip1em()
context(gloss.content[keyword])

context.unskip()
context(, ()
context.at( v.s. on p., { refstring } )
context().)

context.par()
end
end




\setupinteraction[state=start]

\ctxlua{dofile(glossarium.lua)}

% Use \gloss#1#2 somewhere before \starttext, in a secondary file if you like.
% #1: gloss reference key (used as index)
% #2: the entry (explanation)
\def\gloss#1#2{%
  \ctxlua{gloss.newgloss(#1, \luaescapestring{#2})}
}

\def\dousegloss[#1]#2{%
  \ctxlua{gloss.usegloss(#2, #1)}%
}

% Use this in your text to create a reference to the glossary.
% #1: optional, If this is the main passage where you explain the entry in detail, 
% the glossary will link back here. (Just make it non-empty.)
% #2: the gloss key
\unexpanded\def\usegloss{\dosingleempty\dousegloss}


% This is meant to create the glossary after the text:
% The gloss key is typeset in bold face and will reference the point in the
% main text where \usegloss was called with a nonempty first arg.
\def\placeglossary{\ctxlua{gloss.place_glossary()}}

\starttext

\gloss{glossary}{%
  A collection of glosses; a list with explanations of abstruse,
  antiquated, dialectal, or technical terms; a partial dictionary. (As defined by
  M.~Saunders)%
}

\gloss{index}{%
  An index (plural: indexes) is a list of words or phrases ('headings') and
  associated pointers ('locators') to where useful material relating to that
  heading can be found in a document.
  (As def'ed by the English Wikipedia)
}

test \usegloss{glossary} test.
\page
Here \usegloss{index} just occurs.
\page
The glossary entry \usegloss[exp]{index} is explained here.
\page
Here \usegloss{index} just occurs again.
\footnote{Here \usegloss{index} just occurs again.}
\page
Here we'll deal with \usegloss[exp]{glossary} in detail.
\page
Here \usegloss{index} just occurs again.
\page
Here \usegloss{index} just occurs again.
\page
Here we mention \usegloss{glossary}.
\page
Here \usegloss{index} just occurs again.
\page

\placeglossary



\stoptext


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Re: [NTG-context] simple bibliography and dots after section numbering

2010-05-05 Thread Marius
On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 5:12 AM,  rogu...@googlemail.com wrote:
 G'Day,

 I'm trying out ConTeXt and have come up with 2 questions.

 1. How does one add a dot after the numerals in headings, so that
     \section{First}
   becomes
     1. First
   instead of
     1 First
   ?

\setupheads[sectionstopper=.]
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Re: [NTG-context] simple bibliography and dots after section numbering

2010-05-05 Thread Otared Kavian

On 5 mai 2010, at 09:25, Marius wrote:

 On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 5:12 AM,  rogu...@googlemail.com wrote:
 G'Day,
 
 I'm trying out ConTeXt and have come up with 2 questions.
 
 1. How does one add a dot after the numerals in headings, so that
 \section{First}
   becomes
 1. First
   instead of
 1 First
   ?
 
 \setupheads[sectionstopper=.]

Actually this works only in mkiv, and implies also a dot after the chapter 
numbers and so on. 
If you want only a dot after the section number you may say
\setuphead[section][sectionstopper={.}]

The same thing is possible in mkii, but I don't remember how to do it right now…

Best regards: OK
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[NTG-context] existence of file

2010-05-05 Thread Hans van der Meer

Is there a ConTeXt macro that can tell me if a certain file exists?
If not, may I ask what Lua-call could be made in mkiv?
I looked into the wiki but was not able to find the answer, allthough  
it probably is buried somewhere in it.

Thanks beforhand.

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Re: [NTG-context] existence of file

2010-05-05 Thread Thomas A. Schmitz


On May 5, 2010, at 11:05 AM, Hans van der Meer wrote:


Is there a ConTeXt macro that can tell me if a certain file exists?


\doiffileelse{}{}{}

HTH

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Re: [NTG-context] strange page break

2010-05-05 Thread Taco Hoekwater

Peter Münster wrote:

Hello,

Here is a strange page break (version 2010.04.29 22:30):


Looks rather normal here, see attached (ver: 2010.05.02 16:43)

Best wishes,
Taco


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[NTG-context] \installlanguage questions

2010-05-05 Thread Tomáš Pustelník
Hello,

I have few questions about command \installlanguage. First, in file lang-ini is 
command \setuplanguage for default language. It has parameters lefthyphen, 
righthyphen and hyphen. I would like to ask if these parameters can be used in 
command \installlanguage or not and what is their funcionality becouse I have 
tried use command:

\setuplanguage[cz][lefthyphen=@,righthyphen=@,hyphen=€] 

and I didn't see any changes. I thought it's used to setup hyphen mark when the 
word is spilt at the end of line but I still get symbol -

Also I would like to know whats the difference in \date and parameter date in 
\installlanguage? In parameter date in \installlanguage are curly backets, it's 
just some mask for command \date? Or those two are entirely different?

Thank you answers.

Tomas Pustelnik
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Re: [NTG-context] strange page break

2010-05-05 Thread Peter Münster
On Wed, May 05 2010, Taco Hoekwater wrote:

 Looks rather normal here, see attached (ver: 2010.05.02 16:43)

A better page break would be after the last line of section 7:

\def\mySection{\section{bla}\dorecurse{30}{text }}
\starttext
\dorecurse8{
  \mySection\par
  bla
  \doif{\recurselevel}{7}{\page}}
\stoptext

This is just a minimal example. In my real life documents I have a lot of
situations like this, and often it's not just one line that has to be moved
to the previous page, but a lot more. So I have now a lot of \page
commands in my documents... :(

If needed, I'll try to make a better minimal example tomorrow.

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Re: [NTG-context] strange page break

2010-05-05 Thread Taco Hoekwater

Peter Münster wrote:

On Wed, May 05 2010, Taco Hoekwater wrote:


Looks rather normal here, see attached (ver: 2010.05.02 16:43)


A better page break would be after the last line of section 7:


Oh, I see. Yes, it is odd that that last line is taken over
to the second page in the original test file. But the same
thing happens in mkii, so I suspect this is an unavoidable
side-effect of page breaking.

What happens is that TeX first attempts the break after two
lines into section 7 and finds a badness value for that. Then
it tries the third line, and finds another badness value for
that. Normally, TeX considers the break after the second line
better, but in your second example the \page adds a big
negative penalty for the third line which skews the result in
favor of that line.

(TeX's page break algorithm is not all that smart really,
because it does not know about sectioning at all: it only
sees lines and penalties).

Best wishes,
Taco
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Re: [NTG-context] strange page break

2010-05-05 Thread luigi scarso
On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 4:50 PM, Taco Hoekwater t...@elvenkind.com wrote:
 Peter Münster wrote:

 On Wed, May 05 2010, Taco Hoekwater wrote:

 Looks rather normal here, see attached (ver: 2010.05.02 16:43)

 A better page break would be after the last line of section 7:

 Oh, I see. Yes, it is odd that that last line is taken over
 to the second page in the original test file. But the same
 thing happens in mkii, so I suspect this is an unavoidable
 side-effect of page breaking.
in mkii the same example looks ok
but I suppose it doesn't really  matter


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Re: [NTG-context] strange page break

2010-05-05 Thread Peter Münster
On Wed, May 05 2010, Taco Hoekwater wrote:

 (TeX's page break algorithm is not all that smart really,
 because it does not know about sectioning at all: it only
 sees lines and penalties).

So the question is: what can be done? I know, that LaTeX doesn't suffer
from such problems...
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Re: [NTG-context] strange page break

2010-05-05 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 05.05.10 17:33, schrieb Peter Münster:

On Wed, May 05 2010, Taco Hoekwater wrote:

   

(TeX's page break algorithm is not all that smart really,
because it does not know about sectioning at all: it only
sees lines and penalties).
 

So the question is: what can be done? I know, that LaTeX doesn't suffer
from such problems...
   


Without setting your own penalty values you can do this:

\setuplayout[setups=*strict]

Wolfgang

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Re: [NTG-context] strange page break

2010-05-05 Thread Peter Münster
On Wed, May 05 2010, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:

 Without setting your own penalty values you can do this:

 \setuplayout[setups=*strict]

I'm sorry Wolfgang, I don't understand this command. In the following
example, there is still a bad page break:

\setuplayout[setups=*strict]
\def\mySection{\section{bla}\dorecurse{30}{text }\par bla}
\starttext
\dorecurse8{\mySection}
\stoptext


Perhaps, there is a possibility to check easily what LaTeX does with
penalties and sections and apply it to ConTeXt?

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Re: [NTG-context] strange page break

2010-05-05 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 05.05.10 18:23, schrieb Peter Münster:

On Wed, May 05 2010, Wolfgang Schuster wrote

Without setting your own penalty values you can do this:

\setuplayout[setups=*strict]
 

I'm sorry Wolfgang, I don't understand this command. In the following
example, there is still a bad page break:
   


The problem is in your example the page happens between two separate
paragraphs and not in a paragraph where a penalty values is available.

Wolfgang

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Re: [NTG-context] strange page break

2010-05-05 Thread Peter Münster
On Wed, May 05 2010, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:

 The problem is in your example the page happens between two separate
 paragraphs and not in a paragraph where a penalty values is available.

What is setups=*strict supposed to do? In the following example, the page
break is even before section 7:

\showframe
\setuplayout[setups=*strict]
\def\mySection{\section{bla}\dorecurse{40}{text }}
\starttext
\dorecurse8{\mySection} % try \dorecurse7 here
\stoptext

I would really like to solve this problem: read the relevant chapters in my
TeXbook, take a look into latex-code and then patch context, but
unfortunately I don't have time for this right now, so any help is really
welcome.

Currently I'm working on two documents, where I have a lot of \page
commands as workaround.

Tomorrow, I'll try to make a better example, where page-breaks are really
bad...

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Re: [NTG-context] strange page break

2010-05-05 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 05.05.10 19:21, schrieb Peter Münster:

What is setups=*strict supposed to do? In the following example, the page
break is even before section 7:

\showframe
\setuplayout[setups=*strict]
\def\mySection{\section{bla}\dorecurse{40}{text }}
\starttext
\dorecurse8{\mySection} % try \dorecurse7 here
\stoptext
   


The *strict prevents widows and orphans (comment \setuplayout in this 
example)

but the important setting here is \setupalign[line].

\showframe
\setuplayout[setups=*strict]
\setupalign[line]
\def\mySection{\section{bla}\dorecurse{40}{text }}
\starttext
\dorecurse8{\mySection} % try \dorecurse7 here
\vfil\stoptext

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[NTG-context] Article titles not capitalized in bibliography

2010-05-05 Thread Tom
Book titles retain proper capitalization from the .bib file but articles
from periodicals do not. Only the first word of an article title is
capitalized in the .bbl file. Even proper names in titles lose their
capitalization. Is there an option that needs to be set to cause article
titles to retain proper capitalization? MKII

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[NTG-context] Chapter headers variation

2010-05-05 Thread pol stra

Hello,
i realy like the example of the wiki about chapter headers, but i wonder if it 
is possible to have a deeptext only on the first letter?
thanks
  
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[NTG-context] Columnset with defined height

2010-05-05 Thread Honza Pohanka

Hello,

is it possible to somehow define certain height of a columnset? I have  
tried to put it into the frame, but it does not work.
I'm trying to create a conference poster and I think it could be useful  
for it.


greetings
Jan


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