[NTG-context] Fwd: Problem with ConTeXt minimal

2010-07-06 Thread M A
Dear ConTeXt experts,

I followed the steps in: http://wiki.contextgarden.net/ConTeXt_Minimals to
install to the conTeXt minimals.
After completing the installation and when I run texexec.exe I get the
following error:
mtxrun:9289: attempt to concatenate local 'v' (a table value)

What is the problem? and how to solve it?

Note: My operating system is Windows 7.

Regards,
M. Ali
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Re: [NTG-context] Fwd: Problem with ConTeXt minimal

2010-07-06 Thread Henning Hraban Ramm

Am 2010-07-05 um 21:27 schrieb M A:

I followed the steps in: http://wiki.contextgarden.net/ConTeXt_Minimals 
 to install to the conTeXt minimals.
After completing the installation and when I run texexec.exe I get  
the following error:

mtxrun:9289: attempt to concatenate local 'v' (a table value)

What is the problem? and how to solve it?


run first-setup again, this problem was solved at the weekend.
see thread mtxrun error

Or did you start just yesterday?


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Re: [NTG-context] Fwd: Problem with ConTeXt minimal

2010-07-06 Thread luigi scarso
On Mon, Jul 5, 2010 at 9:27 PM, M A ma6...@gmail.com wrote:
 Dear ConTeXt experts,

 I followed the steps in: http://wiki.contextgarden.net/ConTeXt_Minimals to
 install to the conTeXt minimals.
 After completing the installation and when I run texexec.exe I get the
 following error:
 mtxrun:9289: attempt to concatenate local 'v' (a table value)

it's ok on my linux 32 bit box
-- 
luigi
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Re: [NTG-context] \stretched in chapter titles in MKII

2010-07-06 Thread Tom
Further experimentation has found a partial solution. However, I am still
unable to get the chapter title line to stretch properly:

%works fine as is except that chapter title is hardcoded
%errors when hardcoded title is replaced with #2
%doesn't error when title is replaced with {#2} but title is not stretched
%number of closing }s determined by trial and error

\def\MyChapterCommand#1#2% #1 is number, #2 is text
{ \framed[frame=off,align=middle]
   {{\hbox to \hsize {\ss\stretched{Chapter {#1
\par 
   {{\hbox to \hsize {\switchtobodyfont[20pt]{\ss\bf\stretched{My
Chapter Title}}}

\setuphead[chapter]
 [command=\MyChapterCommand]
\starttext
\chapter{Test Chapter Title}
\input knuth
\stoptext


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-Original Message-
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Behalf Of Tom
Sent: Monday, July 05, 2010 3:16 PM
To: ntg-context@ntg.nl
Subject: [NTG-context] \stretched in chapter titles in MKII

I am trying to stretch two lines of text to the same width for use as a
chapter head.
I have two major problems:

1. The second line of text is appended to the end of the first line instead
of being placed below it.

2. I get errors when using #1 and #2 as values, i.e {Chapter #1} and {#2}.
Because of these errors I have hardcoded the values in the example that
follows:

\def\MyChapterCommand#1#2% #1 is number, #2 is text
 {\hbox to \hsize {\ss\stretched{Chapter 1}} 
   \par
  \hbox to \hsize {\ss\bf\stretched{Test Chapter Title}}}

\setuphead[chapter]
 [command=\MyChapterCommand]
 
\starttext
\chapter{Test Chapter Title}
\input knuth
\stoptext

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Re: [NTG-context] \stretched in chapter titles in MKII

2010-07-06 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 05.07.10 21:15, schrieb Tom:

I am trying to stretch two lines of text to the same width for use as a
chapter head.
I have two major problems:

1. The second line of text is appended to the end of the first line instead
of being placed below it.

2. I get errors when using #1 and #2 as values, i.e {Chapter #1} and {#2}.
Because of these errors I have hardcoded the values in the example that
follows:
   
You can use \stretched in headers only with \deeptextcommand and 
\deepnumbercommand.


Wolfgang

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Re: [NTG-context] \stretched in chapter titles in MKII

2010-07-06 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 05.07.10 21:15, schrieb Tom:

I am trying to stretch two lines of text to the same width for use as a
chapter head.
I have two major problems:

1. The second line of text is appended to the end of the first line 
instead

of being placed below it.

2. I get errors when using #1 and #2 as values, i.e {Chapter #1} and {#2}.
Because of these errors I have hardcoded the values in the example that
follows:


\define[1]\ChapterTextStretch  {\line{\stretched{#1}}}
\define[1]\ChapterNumberStretch{\determineheadnumber[chapter]\ChapterTextStretch{Chapter 
\currentheadnumber}}


\setuphead
  [chapter]
  [alternative=middle,
   textstyle=sansbold,
   numberstyle=sans,
   deeptextcommand=\ChapterTextStretch,
   deepnumbercommand=\ChapterNumberStretch]

\starttext
\chapter{Test Chapter Title}
\input knuth
\stoptext

Wolfgang

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Re: [NTG-context] Newbie: floats with Context 2009 (Ubuntu). How do I use this workaround?

2010-07-06 Thread Pascale Julia
Hello,

Sorry I did not get back to you earlier, it got hectic starting Monday
morning.

I am sorry but I do not understand what exactly I am supposed to do.

I installed following those instructions from Luigi, on a previous message:
Open a shell as a root and then
# mkdir -p /opt/context/minimals-2010-07-
03
# cd /opt/context/minimals-2010-07-03
# rsync -av rsync://contextgarden.net/minimals/setup/first-setup.sh .
# bash first-setup.sh  ## wait a bit...
# cd tex
# . setuptex

When I run luatools --generate, I get this :

LuaTools | fileio: variable 'SELFAUTOLOC' set to '/usr/bin'
LuaTools | fileio: variable 'SELFAUTODIR' set to '/usr'
LuaTools | fileio: variable 'SELFAUTOPARENT' set to '/'
LuaTools | fileio: variable 'TEXMFCNF' set to
'{$SELFAUTODIR,$SELFAUTOPARENT}{,{/share,}/texmf{-local,.local,}/web2c}'
LuaTools | fileio: loading configuration file
/usr/share/texmf/web2c/texmf.cnf
LuaTools | fileio: preparing 'configuration' for '/usr/share/texmf/web2c'
LuaTools | fileio: 'configuration' saved in
'/home/pascale/luatex-cache/context/6300afb4995fe38c77e9b86ed1ef1028/trees/f7d1b3c25487ab1e1035aff1c53b90da.lua'
LuaTools | fileio: 'configuration' compiled to
'/home/pascale/luatex-cache/context/6300afb4995fe38c77e9b86ed1ef1028/trees/f7d1b3c25487ab1e1035aff1c53b90da.luc'
LuaTools | fileio: locating list of '/home/pascale/.texmf-config'
LuaTools | fileio: tex locator '/home/pascale/.texmf-config' found
LuaTools | fileio: hash '/home/pascale/.texmf-config' appended
LuaTools | fileio: locating list of '/home/pascale/.texmf-var'
LuaTools | fileio: tex locator '/home/pascale/.texmf-var' found
LuaTools | fileio: hash '/home/pascale/.texmf-var' appended
LuaTools | fileio: locating list of '/home/pascale/texmf'
LuaTools | fileio: tex locator '/home/pascale/texmf' not found
LuaTools | fileio: locating list of '/etc/texmf'
 (etc...)


The context executable is located in:

/opt/context/minimals-2010-07-03/tex/texmf-linux/bin

What am I supposed to put into my .profile file?

export PATH = /opt/context/minimals-2010-07-03/tex/texmf-linux/bin(??)
Is it what you meant by

I don't know those two programs in detail. But as a general rule, you
need to add
   /path/to/tex/texmf-
linuxorwhateverelse/bin
to PATH. ?

Is it then that I have to run luatools --generate?

I am sorry but I am not famiiar with this type of installation, and I am
having a hard time figuring out the difference between the use of
/path/to/ as in /opt/context/minimals-2010-07-03/tex/texmf-linux/bin and
/path/to as in . /path/to/setupetex...

I hope you don't mind my questions and that I can finish this installation.

Thank you again very much in advance.
--Pascale





2010/7/4 Mojca Miklavec mojca.miklavec.li...@gmail.com

 On Sun, Jul 4, 2010 at 00:10, Pascale Julia wrote:
  My last question if I may:

 So I may not reply to the other question then? :)

  I am using Kile as an editor, and warming up to using Emacs. How is this
  minimals installation accessed by either of those two programs?

 I don't know those two programs in detail. But as a general rule, you
 need to add
/path/to/tex/texmf-linuxorwhateverelse/bin
 to PATH. If you run Kile or Emacs from terminal, all you need to do is
 to use . /path/to/setupetex or adjust path before you run Kile or
 Emacs. You can also put that into .bashrc. I have no idea how to
 handle PATH if you run Kile from Start Menu, but PATH adjustments
 need to be somewhere under settings. Under Kile you can just as well
 adjust PATH in command-line.

 For Emacs: you don't need any adjustment unless you also run ConTeXt
 documents from within Emacs. I use Vim in one terminal and compile
 documents in the other.

 Mojca

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Re: [NTG-context] Newbie: floats with Context 2009 (Ubuntu). How do I use this workaround?

2010-07-06 Thread Aditya Mahajan

On Tue, 6 Jul 2010, Pascale Julia wrote:


Hello,

Sorry I did not get back to you earlier, it got hectic starting Monday
morning.

I am sorry but I do not understand what exactly I am supposed to do.

I installed following those instructions from Luigi, on a previous message:
Open a shell as a root and then
# mkdir -p /opt/context/minimals-2010-07-
03
# cd /opt/context/minimals-2010-07-03
# rsync -av rsync://contextgarden.net/minimals/setup/first-setup.sh .
# bash first-setup.sh  ## wait a bit...
# cd tex
# . setuptex


Which shell are you using? You can know that by looking at the output of

echo $SHELL

In some shells you need to run

   source setuptex

rather than

   . setuptex


What happens if you run source setuptex?

Aditya
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Re: [NTG-context] Newbie: floats with Context 2009 (Ubuntu). How do I use this workaround?

2010-07-06 Thread Pascale Julia
Hello,

Thank you for answering.

I run bash.

Here are the results of the command (no file or folder of this type) :

pasc...@pascale-desktop ~ $ echo $SHELL
/bin/bash
pasc...@pascale-desktop ~ $ source setuptex
bash: setuptex: Aucun fichier ou dossier de ce type
pasc...@pascale-desktop ~ $ .setuptex
.setuptex: command not found

Here it is!
--Pascale

2010/7/6 Aditya Mahajan adit...@umich.edu

 On Tue, 6 Jul 2010, Pascale Julia wrote:

  Hello,

 Sorry I did not get back to you earlier, it got hectic starting Monday
 morning.

 I am sorry but I do not understand what exactly I am supposed to do.

 I installed following those instructions from Luigi, on a previous
 message:
 Open a shell as a root and then
 # mkdir -p /opt/context/minimals-2010-07-
 03
 # cd /opt/context/minimals-2010-07-03
 # rsync -av rsync://contextgarden.net/minimals/setup/first-setup.sh .
 # bash first-setup.sh  ## wait a bit...
 # cd tex
 # . setuptex


 Which shell are you using? You can know that by looking at the output of

 echo $SHELL

 In some shells you need to run

   source setuptex

 rather than

   . setuptex


 What happens if you run source setuptex?

 Aditya


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Re: [NTG-context] Newbie: floats with Context 2009 (Ubuntu). How do I use this workaround?

2010-07-06 Thread Aditya Mahajan

On Tue, 6 Jul 2010, Pascale Julia wrote:


Hello,

Thank you for answering.

I run bash.

Here are the results of the command (no file or folder of this type) :

pasc...@pascale-desktop ~ $ echo $SHELL
/bin/bash
pasc...@pascale-desktop ~ $ source setuptex
bash: setuptex: Aucun fichier ou dossier de ce type
pasc...@pascale-desktop ~ $ .setuptex
.setuptex: command not found


Try  this:

source /opt/context/minimals-2010-07-03/tex/setuptex
which luatools

and (note the space between the . and the command)
. /opt/context/minimals-2010-07-03/tex/setuptex
which luatools

Aditya
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Re: [NTG-context] Newbie: floats with Context 2009 (Ubuntu). How do I use this workaround?

2010-07-06 Thread Pascale Julia
Sorry, my previous answer to your question marked as stupidous message.

Here is the correct answer:

pasc...@pascale-desktop /opt/context/minimals-2010-07-03/tex $ source
setuptex
Setting /opt/context/minimals-2010-07-03/tex as ConTeXt root.

Thank you for your patience,
--Pascale


2010/7/6 Aditya Mahajan adit...@umich.edu

 On Tue, 6 Jul 2010, Pascale Julia wrote:

  Hello,

 Sorry I did not get back to you earlier, it got hectic starting Monday
 morning.

 I am sorry but I do not understand what exactly I am supposed to do.

 I installed following those instructions from Luigi, on a previous
 message:
 Open a shell as a root and then
 # mkdir -p /opt/context/minimals-2010-07-
 03
 # cd /opt/context/minimals-2010-07-03
 # rsync -av rsync://contextgarden.net/minimals/setup/first-setup.sh .
 # bash first-setup.sh  ## wait a bit...
 # cd tex
 # . setuptex


 Which shell are you using? You can know that by looking at the output of

 echo $SHELL

 In some shells you need to run

   source setuptex

 rather than

   . setuptex


 What happens if you run source setuptex?

 Aditya


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Re: [NTG-context] Newbie: floats with Context 2009 (Ubuntu). How do I use this workaround?

2010-07-06 Thread Pascale Julia
Here it is:

pasc...@pascale-desktop /opt/context/minimals-2010-07-03/tex $ which
luatools
/opt/context/minimals-2010-07-03/tex/texmf-linux/bin/luatools

Thanks.
--Pascale

2010/7/6 Aditya Mahajan adit...@umich.edu

 On Tue, 6 Jul 2010, Pascale Julia wrote:

  Hello,

 Thank you for answering.

 I run bash.

 Here are the results of the command (no file or folder of this type) :

 pasc...@pascale-desktop ~ $ echo $SHELL
 /bin/bash
 pasc...@pascale-desktop ~ $ source setuptex
 bash: setuptex: Aucun fichier ou dossier de ce type
 pasc...@pascale-desktop ~ $ .setuptex
 .setuptex: command not found


 Try  this:

source /opt/context/minimals-2010-07-03/tex/setuptex
which luatools

 and (note the space between the . and the command)
. /opt/context/minimals-2010-07-03/tex/setuptex
which luatools


 Aditya

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Re: [NTG-context] \stretched in chapter titles in MKII

2010-07-06 Thread Tom

\define[1]\ChapterTextStretch  {\line{\stretched{#1}}}
\define[1]\ChapterNumberStretch{\determineheadnumber[chapter]\ChapterTextStr
etch{Chapter 
\currentheadnumber}}

\setuphead
   [chapter]
   [alternative=middle,
textstyle=sansbold,
numberstyle=sans,
deeptextcommand=\ChapterTextStretch,
deepnumbercommand=\ChapterNumberStretch]

\starttext
\chapter{Test Chapter Title}
\input knuth
\stoptext

Wolfgang

Thanks, Wolfgang. You have not only solved my immediate problem but have
also provided me with examples of using the \deep commands. I haven't found
enough documentation of them yet to get through my thick skull an
understanding of what they do and how to use them. Can you explain to me the
significance of the [1]s after the defines? 

I would still like to be able to convert chapter numbers to words without
impacting the table of contents. I am confused about how
\determineheadnumber and \currentheadnumber work. It appears to me that
\determineheadnumber places the chapter number in a register and
\currentheadnumber retrieves that value. I tried inserting \numstr before
\currentheadnumber. That converts the chapter number to text and doesn't
mess up the TOC  but the first line is no longer stretched. Clearly, I don't
understand this very well at all.

Tom 


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[NTG-context] underscore in index entry

2010-07-06 Thread Shiv Shankar Dayal
Hi,

I tried to put _ in index entry and am unable to do it. I tried following
1. \index{_shiv} 2. \index{\type{_shiv}} 3. \index{\textunderscore{} shiv}

Please help.

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Shiv Shankar Dayal
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Re: [NTG-context] \stretched in chapter titles in MKII

2010-07-06 Thread Tom

\define[1]\ChapterTextStretch  {\line{\stretched{#1}}}
\define[1]\ChapterNumberStretch{\determineheadnumber[chapter]\ChapterTextStr
etch{Chapter 
\currentheadnumber}}

\setuphead
   [chapter]
   [alternative=middle,
textstyle=sansbold,
numberstyle=sans,
deeptextcommand=\ChapterTextStretch,
deepnumbercommand=\ChapterNumberStretch]

\starttext
\chapter{Test Chapter Title}
\input knuth
\stoptext

Wolfgang

I've tried to modify this code to change the chapter numbers to words. That
part was successful but the above code only stretches the word Chapter but
not the numbers' words. I also get errors when I try to get all caps by
inserting \WORD in the first command.

\input c:/BookLayouts/MyFirstBook/Macros/numstr.tex

\define[1]\ChapterTextStretch  {\line{\stretched{#1}}} 

\define[1]\ChapterNumberStretch
{\ChapterTextStretch{Chapter\ChapterNumberWords}}

\define[1]\ChapterNumberWords
{\determineheadnumber[chapter]\numstr{\currentheadnumber}}

\setuphead
   [chapter]
   [alternative=middle,
textstyle=sansbold,
numberstyle=sans,
deeptextcommand=\ChapterTextStretch,
deepnumbercommand=\ChapterNumberStretch]

\starttext
\completecontent
\chapter{Test Chapter Title}
\input knuth
\chapter{Test Chapter With Very Long Title That Might Overflow Page}
\input knuth
\chapter{Test Chapter With Long Title Doesn't Overflow}
\input knuth
\stoptext

Tom


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Re: [NTG-context] underscore in index entry

2010-07-06 Thread Marco
On Tue, 6 Jul 2010 20:46:09 -0400, Shiv Shankar Dayal
shivshankar.da...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi,
 
 I tried to put _ in index entry and am unable to do it. I tried
 following 1. \index{_shiv} 2. \index{\type{_shiv}} 3.
 \index{\textunderscore{} shiv}
_ is a special character for TeX. You can change this behaviour globally with
\nonknuthmode or you can escape the _ locally by using the backslash.

  \nonknuthmode
  \starttext
  \placeindex
  Hello\index{huhu}
  \stoptext

or

  \starttext
  \placeindex
  Hello\index{_huhu}
  \stoptext

both work for me.

Marco


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