Re: [NTG-context] Labels in MetaPost (MetaObj)

2011-01-23 Thread Stefan Müller

On 22.01.2011 17:30, Aditya Mahajan wrote:

On Sat, 22 Jan 2011, Stefan Müller wrote:


So its either using text or using metaobj? Too bad, metaobj is quite
fun... I still hope you guys can fix this, but it's not urgent (to me).

Anyway, what does the [+] after \startMPinclusions? I did not find
documentation for that on the wiki.


\startMPinclusions
path a ;
\stopMPinclusions

\startMPinclusions
a := (0,0) -- (1cm,0) ;
\stopMPinclusions

will fail, because the second inclusions overwrites the first. If you
use [+], then the second inclusions in appended after the first.


Thank you for the explanation. So if I only have one inclusions 
section it doesn't matter?



Just as a wild guess I tested the example below today, trying to make
use of the things Aditya said, but to no avail.


The trick is to ensure that the offending code (assignObj) is not run
twice.


Your example works perfect. Many thanks for that as well. I didn't 
realize, that assignObj is causing the trouble, but now it's obvious. 
I'm just curious: the MP-code is only run twice by context if it 
contains labels, right? Otherwise I don't understand why the assignObj 
isn't always failing.



@Hans, can we have a `trialtypesetting` for MP code?

Aditya


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Re: [NTG-context] Labels in MetaPost (MetaObj)

2011-01-23 Thread Stefan Müller

On 23.01.2011 12:40, Stefan Müller wrote:

On 22.01.2011 17:30, Aditya Mahajan wrote:

On Sat, 22 Jan 2011, Stefan Müller wrote:


So its either using text or using metaobj? Too bad, metaobj is quite
fun... I still hope you guys can fix this, but it's not urgent (to me).

Anyway, what does the [+] after \startMPinclusions? I did not find
documentation for that on the wiki.


\startMPinclusions
path a ;
\stopMPinclusions

\startMPinclusions
a := (0,0) -- (1cm,0) ;
\stopMPinclusions

will fail, because the second inclusions overwrites the first. If you
use [+], then the second inclusions in appended after the first.


Thank you for the explanation. So if I only have one inclusions
section it doesn't matter?


Just as a wild guess I tested the example below today, trying to make
use of the things Aditya said, but to no avail.


The trick is to ensure that the offending code (assignObj) is not run
twice.


Your example works perfect. Many thanks for that as well. I didn't
realize, that assignObj is causing the trouble, but now it's obvious.
I'm just curious: the MP-code is only run twice by context if it
contains labels, right? Otherwise I don't understand why the assignObj
isn't always failing.


Sorry for double posting... The method with if not flag is a bit 
arkward, because assignObj isn't the only problem. rotateObj(s, 90) 
would rotate the object 180 degrees instead of 90; when defining the 
relation between several objects some equations may became redundant (my 
script is rather complex and I'm not sure why some of the equations 
cause trouble).


Stefan
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[NTG-context] Forming paragraphs

2011-01-23 Thread Procházka Lukáš

Hello,

I would need to form paragraphs to such a shape:

Abc defhi jklm nop qrst uvw
  xyz. ABCDE FGHIJKL MNOPQR
  STUW XYZ.

Abc defhi jklm nop qrst uvw
  xyz. ABCDE FGHIJKL MNOPQR
  STUW XYZ.

Abc defhi jklm nop qrst uvw
  xyz. ABCDE FGHIJKL MNOPQR
  STUW XYZ.

-- \textwidth --|

I.e. paragraphs whose first lines are always \textwidth in width and whose next 
lines are always somehow indented.

I achieved the desired shape by the following combination of \setupnarrower and 
\setupindenting:

---
\starttext
  \setupnarrower[left=2em]
  \startnarrower[1*left,0*right]
\setupindenting[yes,-2em]
\input knuth
  \stopnarrower
\stoptext
---

But I would like to ask whether this way is clean enough and/or there is a better 
way, especially via a kind of \setupsomething command, e.g. something like:

\setupparagraph[MySpecialParagraph][first=0pt,next=2em]
...
\startparagraph[MySpecialParagraph]
  Abc defhi jklm nop qrst uvw xyz. ABCDE FGHIJKL MNOPQR STUW XYZ.
\stopparagraph

% or:

\startMySpecialParagraph
  Abc defhi jklm nop qrst uvw xyz. ABCDE FGHIJKL MNOPQR STUW XYZ.
\stopMySpecialParagraph

Kind regards,

Lukas

t-Para.mkiv
Description: Binary data


t-Para.pdf
Description: Adobe PDF document
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Re: [NTG-context] Forming paragraphs

2011-01-23 Thread Stefan Müller

Hi,

did you already take a look at this?
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Shaped_paragraphs

HTH,
Stefan.

On 23.01.2011 13:38, Procházka Lukáš wrote:

Hello,

I would need to form paragraphs to such a shape:

Abc defhi jklm nop qrst uvw
xyz. ABCDE FGHIJKL MNOPQR
STUW XYZ.

Abc defhi jklm nop qrst uvw
xyz. ABCDE FGHIJKL MNOPQR
STUW XYZ.

Abc defhi jklm nop qrst uvw
xyz. ABCDE FGHIJKL MNOPQR
STUW XYZ.

-- \textwidth --|

I.e. paragraphs whose first lines are always \textwidth in width and
whose next lines are always somehow indented.

I achieved the desired shape by the following combination of
\setupnarrower and \setupindenting:

---
\starttext
\setupnarrower[left=2em]
\startnarrower[1*left,0*right]
\setupindenting[yes,-2em]
\input knuth
\stopnarrower
\stoptext
---

But I would like to ask whether this way is clean enough and/or there
is a better way, especially via a kind of \setupsomething command,
e.g. something like:

\setupparagraph[MySpecialParagraph][first=0pt,next=2em]
...
\startparagraph[MySpecialParagraph]
Abc defhi jklm nop qrst uvw xyz. ABCDE FGHIJKL MNOPQR STUW XYZ.
\stopparagraph

% or:

\startMySpecialParagraph
Abc defhi jklm nop qrst uvw xyz. ABCDE FGHIJKL MNOPQR STUW XYZ.
\stopMySpecialParagraph

Kind regards,

Lukas



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Re: [NTG-context] Forming paragraphs

2011-01-23 Thread Procházka Lukáš

Hello,

thanks for the link, this seems to do the job.

Lukas


On Sun, 23 Jan 2011 14:35:24 +0100, Stefan Müller warrence@gmx.de wrote:


Hi,

did you already take a look at this?
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Shaped_paragraphs

HTH,
Stefan.

On 23.01.2011 13:38, Procházka Lukáš wrote:

Hello,

I would need to form paragraphs to such a shape:

Abc defhi jklm nop qrst uvw
xyz. ABCDE FGHIJKL MNOPQR
STUW XYZ.

Abc defhi jklm nop qrst uvw
xyz. ABCDE FGHIJKL MNOPQR
STUW XYZ.

Abc defhi jklm nop qrst uvw
xyz. ABCDE FGHIJKL MNOPQR
STUW XYZ.

-- \textwidth --|

I.e. paragraphs whose first lines are always \textwidth in width and
whose next lines are always somehow indented.

I achieved the desired shape by the following combination of
\setupnarrower and \setupindenting:

---
\starttext
\setupnarrower[left=2em]
\startnarrower[1*left,0*right]
\setupindenting[yes,-2em]
\input knuth
\stopnarrower
\stoptext
---

But I would like to ask whether this way is clean enough and/or there
is a better way, especially via a kind of \setupsomething command,
e.g. something like:

\setupparagraph[MySpecialParagraph][first=0pt,next=2em]
...
\startparagraph[MySpecialParagraph]
Abc defhi jklm nop qrst uvw xyz. ABCDE FGHIJKL MNOPQR STUW XYZ.
\stopparagraph

% or:

\startMySpecialParagraph
Abc defhi jklm nop qrst uvw xyz. ABCDE FGHIJKL MNOPQR STUW XYZ.
\stopMySpecialParagraph

Kind regards,

Lukas



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[NTG-context] MTXrun

2011-01-23 Thread Herbert Voss
What is the meaning of MTX in the name of the script?

Herbert
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Re: [NTG-context] Labels in MetaPost (MetaObj)

2011-01-23 Thread Aditya Mahajan

On Sun, 23 Jan 2011, Stefan Müller wrote:

Sorry for double posting... The method with if not flag is a bit arkward, 
because assignObj isn't the only problem. rotateObj(s, 90) would rotate the 
object 180 degrees instead of 90; when defining the relation between several 
objects some equations may became redundant (my script is rather complex and 
I'm not sure why some of the equations cause trouble).


Depends on the internal implementation of MetaObj (I have not looked at 
that). You can try to iteratively add stuff and see what breaks, and then 
add if not flag around them.


Sorry, but I do not know a more elegant way around this. In the worst 
case, you can switch to MkII to draw your figures :-\


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Re: [NTG-context] MTXrun

2011-01-23 Thread Vedran Miletić
2011/1/23 Herbert Voss herbert.v...@fu-berlin.de

 What is the meaning of MTX in the name of the script?

 Herbert


Could be MetaTeX.

Regards,

Vedran
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Re: [NTG-context] delimitedtext, spacebefore and grid

2011-01-23 Thread Oliver Buerschaper
 I want to have both a halfline space before and after blockquotations.
 Normally, this works fine; after the quotation the main text snaps
 back to the grid (see page 3 of the example file).
 
 \setupdelimitedtext
 [blockquote]
 [spacebefore=halfline]
 
 spacebefore={force,halfline}
 
 Hello Wolfgang, thank you for your answer.  Sadly, your solution only
 works for blockquotes starting at the top of the page.  When blockquotes
 are broken up between two pages the main text doesn't find its way back
 to the grid (see page 2 of my minimal example).

I think I've discovered another little problem of the same sort if directly 
after the quotation a blank line is requested:

---
\setuplayout
[grid=yes]

\setupdelimitedtext
[quotation]
[spacebefore=halfline]

\showgrid

\starttext

\input tufte

\startquotation
\input tufte
\stopquotation

\blank
\input tufte

\stoptext
---

Unfortunately the trailing main text doesn't align with the grid either. Any 
solution to both problems?

Best wishes,
Oliver
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Re: [NTG-context] Feature request: setuppapersize

2011-01-23 Thread Hans Hagen

On 22-1-2011 5:34, Aditya Mahajan wrote:

On Mon, 10 Jan 2011, Hans Hagen wrote:


more elegant and downward compatible is this:

\definepapersize
[samesized]
[ \c!width=\paperwidth,
\c!height=\paperheight]

\setuppapersize
[A4][samesized]

in page-lay.mkiv


Can this also be added to page-lay.mkii. Will make it much easier to
document the feature.


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Re: [NTG-context] MTXrun

2011-01-23 Thread Hans Hagen

On 23-1-2011 6:43, Vedran Miletić wrote:

2011/1/23 Herbert Vossherbert.v...@fu-berlin.de


What is the meaning of MTX in the name of the script?

Herbert



Could be MetaTeX.


indeed it refers to the hybrid usage of metapost and tex

Hans

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Re: [NTG-context] Downloading long urls

2011-01-23 Thread Hans Hagen

On 22-1-2011 1:20, Aditya Mahajan wrote:


A simple algorithm with assume that everything following the dot is the
extension, while that is certainly not the case here. We can definitely
restrict the search of extension to the last 10 or so characters of the
url, but there will be cases when such heuristics will fail.


it's not that complicated ... say that you patch this way:

function schemes.cleanname(specification)
return (gsub(specification.original,[^%a%d%.]+,-))
end

local function fetch(specification)
local original  = specification.original
local scheme= specification.scheme
local cleanname = schemes.cleanname(specification)

that will be the current method. Now you can experiment with:

\startluacode
function resolvers.schemes.cleanname(specification)
local name = specification.original
local hash = 
file.addsuffix(md5.hex(name),file.suffix(specification.path))

logs.simple(%s = %s,name,hash)
return hash
end
\stopluacode

Just see how that works out

Hans

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Re: [NTG-context] Downloading long urls

2011-01-23 Thread Aditya Mahajan

On Sun, 23 Jan 2011, Hans Hagen wrote:


On 22-1-2011 1:20, Aditya Mahajan wrote:


A simple algorithm with assume that everything following the dot is the
extension, while that is certainly not the case here. We can definitely
restrict the search of extension to the last 10 or so characters of the
url, but there will be cases when such heuristics will fail.


it's not that complicated ... say that you patch this way:

function schemes.cleanname(specification)
   return (gsub(specification.original,[^%a%d%.]+,-))
end

local function fetch(specification)
   local original  = specification.original
   local scheme= specification.scheme
   local cleanname = schemes.cleanname(specification)

that will be the current method. Now you can experiment with:


Can cleanname be passed as a parameter of the specification? Then we can 
have


local cleanname = specification.cleanname or schemes.cleanname(specification)

This way, I can only change the cleanname of the files that are downloaded 
by my module without affecting the cleanname for any other command that 
might want to download a file.


Aditya
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Re: [NTG-context] Downloading long urls

2011-01-23 Thread Hans Hagen

On 23-1-2011 9:34, Aditya Mahajan wrote:

On Sun, 23 Jan 2011, Hans Hagen wrote:


On 22-1-2011 1:20, Aditya Mahajan wrote:


A simple algorithm with assume that everything following the dot is the
extension, while that is certainly not the case here. We can definitely
restrict the search of extension to the last 10 or so characters of the
url, but there will be cases when such heuristics will fail.


it's not that complicated ... say that you patch this way:

function schemes.cleanname(specification)
return (gsub(specification.original,[^%a%d%.]+,-))
end

local function fetch(specification)
local original = specification.original
local scheme = specification.scheme
local cleanname = schemes.cleanname(specification)

that will be the current method. Now you can experiment with:


Can cleanname be passed as a parameter of the specification? Then we can
have

local cleanname = specification.cleanname or
schemes.cleanname(specification)

This way, I can only change the cleanname of the files that are
downloaded by my module without affecting the cleanname for any other
command that might want to download a file.


I made this ... as this is rather specialized tuning (that might confuse 
users) it's a directive:


\starttext

\enabletrackers [resolvers.schemes]
\enabledirectives[schemes.cleanmethod=md5]

\externalfigure[http://contextgarden.files.wordpress.com/2008/08/logo-alt41.png][width=3cm]
\externalfigure[http://contextgarden.files.wordpress.com/2008/08/logo-alt41.png][width=3cm]
\externalfigure[http://contextgarden.files.wordpress.com/2008/08/logo-alt41.png][width=3cm]

\stoptext

currently 'strip' is default but we can decide on md5

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Re: [NTG-context] Downloading long urls

2011-01-23 Thread Aditya Mahajan

On Sun, 23 Jan 2011, Hans Hagen wrote:

I made this ... as this is rather specialized tuning (that might confuse 
users) it's a directive:


\starttext

\enabletrackers [resolvers.schemes]
\enabledirectives[schemes.cleanmethod=md5]

\externalfigure[http://contextgarden.files.wordpress.com/2008/08/logo-alt41.png][width=3cm]
\externalfigure[http://contextgarden.files.wordpress.com/2008/08/logo-alt41.png][width=3cm]
\externalfigure[http://contextgarden.files.wordpress.com/2008/08/logo-alt41.png][width=3cm]

\stoptext

currently 'strip' is default but we can decide on md5


Thanks. I'll test it with my module.

Aditya
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Re: [NTG-context] Labels in MetaPost (MetaObj)

2011-01-23 Thread Stefan Müller



On 23.01.2011 18:22, Aditya Mahajan wrote:

On Sun, 23 Jan 2011, Stefan Müller wrote:


Sorry for double posting... The method with if not flag is a bit
arkward, because assignObj isn't the only problem. rotateObj(s, 90)
would rotate the object 180 degrees instead of 90; when defining the
relation between several objects some equations may became redundant
(my script is rather complex and I'm not sure why some of the
equations cause trouble).


Depends on the internal implementation of MetaObj (I have not looked at
that). You can try to iteratively add stuff and see what breaks, and
then add if not flag around them.


Okay, that's what I do now. It seems it's savest to just put if not 
flags around the object constructors, object transformations and 
definition of inter-object relations. This does not produce graphical 
output, so it should be save to run it only once.



Sorry, but I do not know a more elegant way around this. In the worst
case, you can switch to MkII to draw your figures :-\

Aditya


Thank you very much!
Stefan.
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[NTG-context] context does not hyphenate compounds correctly

2011-01-23 Thread Florian Wobbe
Hello,

I get lots of overfull \hbox with compounds because context does not hyphenate 
at the hyphen:

\showframe
\starttext
averyverylongword averyverylongword averyverylongword averyverylongword 
three-component\par % overfull
averyverylongword averyverylongword averyverylongword averyverylongword 
threecomponent\par % correct hyphenation
\stoptext

How can I fix this?

Best,
Florian

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Re: [NTG-context] context does not hyphenate compounds correctly

2011-01-23 Thread Hans Hagen

On 24-1-2011 12:10, Florian Wobbe wrote:

Hello,

I get lots of overfull \hbox with compounds because context does not hyphenate 
at the hyphen:

\showframe
\starttext
averyverylongword averyverylongword averyverylongword averyverylongword 
three-component\par % overfull
averyverylongword averyverylongword averyverylongword averyverylongword 
threecomponent\par % correct hyphenation
\stoptext


three|-|component

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[NTG-context] Pipe symbol

2011-01-23 Thread Vyatcheslav Yatskovsky

Hi,

How to use a pipe symbol (|) in a text?

Both | and \| give errors.

Regards,
Vyatcheslav



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Re: [NTG-context] Pipe symbol

2011-01-23 Thread 李延瑞
2011/1/24 Vyatcheslav Yatskovsky yatskov...@gmail.com:
 Hi,

 How to use a pipe symbol (|) in a text?

 Both | and \| give errors.


\char124 or \textbar


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Re: [NTG-context] context does not hyphenate compounds correctly

2011-01-23 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 24.01.2011 um 00:10 schrieb Florian Wobbe:

 Hello,
 
 I get lots of overfull \hbox with compounds because context does not 
 hyphenate at the hyphen:
 
 \showframe
 \starttext
 averyverylongword averyverylongword averyverylongword averyverylongword 
 three-component\par % overfull
 averyverylongword averyverylongword averyverylongword averyverylongword 
 threecomponent\par % correct hyphenation
 \stoptext
 
 How can I fix this?

MkIV: \setbreakpoints[compound]

Wolfgang

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Re: [NTG-context] Pipe symbol

2011-01-23 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 24.01.2011 um 00:26 schrieb Vyatcheslav Yatskovsky:

 Hi,
 
 How to use a pipe symbol (|) in a text?
 
 Both | and \| give errors.

\starttext
a \textbar\ b \letterbar\ c \type{|} d ||| e
\stoptext

Wolfgang

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Re: [NTG-context] Pipe symbol

2011-01-23 Thread Vyatcheslav Yatskovsky

\char124 or \textbar


Thanks you!

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[NTG-context] Minimals/MTXrun: 32-bit system with 64-bit kernel: `MTXrun | no 'texmf-linux-64'`

2011-01-23 Thread Paul Menzel
Dear ConTeXt folks,


I am running a 32-bit system with a 64-bit kernel. So relying on

uname -m

to determine the architecture leads to problems [1].

So I do `cpu = i686` manually in `first-setup.sh` but I still do get
the the following error message.

sent 1145 bytes  received 8908331 bytes  774737.04 bytes/sec
total size is 31230200  speedup is 3.51

MTXrun | mtx update: updating mtxrun for linux: rsync -tgo --chmod=a+x 
/opt/context/tex/texmf-context/scripts/context/lua/mtxrun.lua 
/opt/context/tex/texmf-linux/bin/mtxrun
MTXrun | run: rsync -tgo --chmod=a+x 
/opt/context/tex/texmf-context/scripts/context/lua/mtxrun.lua 
/opt/context/tex/texmf-linux/bin/mtxrun
→   MTXrun | no 'texmf-linux-64' under tree /opt/context/tex
When you want to use context, you need to initialize the tree by typing:

. /opt/context/tex/setuptex

`first-setup.sh` executes the following command

# download or update the distribution
# you may remove the --context=beta switch if you want to use current
mtxrun --verbose --script ./bin/mtx-update.lua --update --make --force 
--engine=all --context=beta --platform=$platform --texroot=$PWD/tex $@

but `mtxrun` or `mtx-update.lua` does not seem to honor the option `--platform` 
all the way.

I tried to even hardcode `platform` to `linux` in `mtxrun` but it does not 
help.¹

elseif name == linux then

  function os.resolvers.platform(t,k)
  -- we sometims have HOSTTYPE set so let's check that first
  local platform, architecture = , os.getenv(HOSTTYPE) 
or os.resultof(uname -m) or 
  if find(architecture,x86_64) then
  platform = linux-64
  elseif find(architecture,ppc) then
  platform = linux-ppc
  else
  platform = linux
  end
  os.setenv(MTX_PLATFORM,platform)
  os.platform = platform
→ return linux
  end

Could you please tell me, where the path for the `texmf` directory is 
determined and how I can force that to a certain platform.


Thanks,

Paul


[1] http://tug.org/pipermail/tex-live/2009-June/021119.html
[2] http://tug.org/pipermail/tex-live/2009-June/021124.html


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Re: [NTG-context] Minimals/MTXrun: 32-bit system with 64-bit kernel: `MTXrun | no 'texmf-linux-64'`

2011-01-23 Thread Aditya Mahajan

On Mon, 24 Jan 2011, Paul Menzel wrote:


Dear ConTeXt folks,


I am running a 32-bit system with a 64-bit kernel. So relying on

uname -m

to determine the architecture leads to problems [1].

So I do `cpu = i686` manually in `first-setup.sh` but I still do get
the the following error message.

sent 1145 bytes  received 8908331 bytes  774737.04 bytes/sec
total size is 31230200  speedup is 3.51

MTXrun | mtx update: updating mtxrun for linux: rsync -tgo --chmod=a+x 
/opt/context/tex/texmf-context/scripts/context/lua/mtxrun.lua 
/opt/context/tex/texmf-linux/bin/mtxrun
MTXrun | run: rsync -tgo --chmod=a+x 
/opt/context/tex/texmf-context/scripts/context/lua/mtxrun.lua 
/opt/context/tex/texmf-linux/bin/mtxrun
→   MTXrun | no 'texmf-linux-64' under tree /opt/context/tex
When you want to use context, you need to initialize the tree by typing:

. /opt/context/tex/setuptex

`first-setup.sh` executes the following command

# download or update the distribution
# you may remove the --context=beta switch if you want to use current
mtxrun --verbose --script ./bin/mtx-update.lua --update --make --force 
--engine=all --context=beta --platform=$platform --texroot=$PWD/tex $@

but `mtxrun` or `mtx-update.lua` does not seem to honor the option `--platform` 
all the way.

I tried to even hardcode `platform` to `linux` in `mtxrun` but it does not 
help.¹

elseif name == linux then

  function os.resolvers.platform(t,k)
  -- we sometims have HOSTTYPE set so let's check that first
  local platform, architecture = , os.getenv(HOSTTYPE) or 
os.resultof(uname -m) or 
  if find(architecture,x86_64) then
  platform = linux-64
  elseif find(architecture,ppc) then
  platform = linux-ppc
  else
  platform = linux
  end
  os.setenv(MTX_PLATFORM,platform)
  os.platform = platform
→ return linux
  end

Could you please tell me, where the path for the `texmf` directory is 
determined and how I can force that to a certain platform.


You could try setting HOSTTYPE to anything other than ppc or x86_64.

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[NTG-context] [PATCH] mtxrun: Typo. s/sometims/sometimes/

2011-01-23 Thread Paul Menzel
Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2011 02:05:06 +0100

The following command was used.

$ git grep -l sometims | xargs sed -i 's/sometims/sometimes/'

Signed-off-by: Paul Menzel paulepan...@users.sourceforge.net
---
I cloned [1] and created the patch against that tree.

[1] http://gitorious.org/context
---
 scripts/context/lua/mtxrun.lua |4 ++--
 scripts/context/stubs/mswin/mtxrun.lua |4 ++--
 scripts/context/stubs/unix/mtxrun  |4 ++--
 tex/context/base/l-os.lua  |4 ++--
 4 files changed, 8 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)

diff --git a/scripts/context/lua/mtxrun.lua b/scripts/context/lua/mtxrun.lua
index 75a5271..085ffaf 100644
--- a/scripts/context/lua/mtxrun.lua
+++ b/scripts/context/lua/mtxrun.lua
@@ -2175,7 +2175,7 @@ elseif os.type == windows then
 elseif name == linux then
 
 function os.resolvers.platform(t,k)
--- we sometims have HOSTTYPE set so let's check that first
+-- we sometimes have HOSTTYPE set so let's check that first
 local platform, architecture = , os.getenv(HOSTTYPE) or 
os.resultof(uname -m) or 
 if find(architecture,x86_64) then
 platform = linux-64
@@ -2253,7 +2253,7 @@ elseif name == freebsd then
 elseif name == kfreebsd then
 
 function os.resolvers.platform(t,k)
--- we sometims have HOSTTYPE set so let's check that first
+-- we sometimes have HOSTTYPE set so let's check that first
 local platform, architecture = , os.getenv(HOSTTYPE) or 
os.resultof(uname -m) or 
 if find(architecture,x86_64) then
 platform = kfreebsd-amd64
diff --git a/scripts/context/stubs/mswin/mtxrun.lua 
b/scripts/context/stubs/mswin/mtxrun.lua
index 75a5271..085ffaf 100644
--- a/scripts/context/stubs/mswin/mtxrun.lua
+++ b/scripts/context/stubs/mswin/mtxrun.lua
@@ -2175,7 +2175,7 @@ elseif os.type == windows then
 elseif name == linux then
 
 function os.resolvers.platform(t,k)
--- we sometims have HOSTTYPE set so let's check that first
+-- we sometimes have HOSTTYPE set so let's check that first
 local platform, architecture = , os.getenv(HOSTTYPE) or 
os.resultof(uname -m) or 
 if find(architecture,x86_64) then
 platform = linux-64
@@ -2253,7 +2253,7 @@ elseif name == freebsd then
 elseif name == kfreebsd then
 
 function os.resolvers.platform(t,k)
--- we sometims have HOSTTYPE set so let's check that first
+-- we sometimes have HOSTTYPE set so let's check that first
 local platform, architecture = , os.getenv(HOSTTYPE) or 
os.resultof(uname -m) or 
 if find(architecture,x86_64) then
 platform = kfreebsd-amd64
diff --git a/scripts/context/stubs/unix/mtxrun 
b/scripts/context/stubs/unix/mtxrun
index 75a5271..085ffaf 100644
--- a/scripts/context/stubs/unix/mtxrun
+++ b/scripts/context/stubs/unix/mtxrun
@@ -2175,7 +2175,7 @@ elseif os.type == windows then
 elseif name == linux then
 
 function os.resolvers.platform(t,k)
--- we sometims have HOSTTYPE set so let's check that first
+-- we sometimes have HOSTTYPE set so let's check that first
 local platform, architecture = , os.getenv(HOSTTYPE) or 
os.resultof(uname -m) or 
 if find(architecture,x86_64) then
 platform = linux-64
@@ -2253,7 +2253,7 @@ elseif name == freebsd then
 elseif name == kfreebsd then
 
 function os.resolvers.platform(t,k)
--- we sometims have HOSTTYPE set so let's check that first
+-- we sometimes have HOSTTYPE set so let's check that first
 local platform, architecture = , os.getenv(HOSTTYPE) or 
os.resultof(uname -m) or 
 if find(architecture,x86_64) then
 platform = kfreebsd-amd64
diff --git a/tex/context/base/l-os.lua b/tex/context/base/l-os.lua
index c2e2298..0448710 100644
--- a/tex/context/base/l-os.lua
+++ b/tex/context/base/l-os.lua
@@ -212,7 +212,7 @@ elseif os.type == windows then
 elseif name == linux then
 
 function os.resolvers.platform(t,k)
--- we sometims have HOSTTYPE set so let's check that first
+-- we sometimes have HOSTTYPE set so let's check that first
 local platform, architecture = , os.getenv(HOSTTYPE) or 
os.resultof(uname -m) or 
 if find(architecture,x86_64) then
 platform = linux-64
@@ -290,7 +290,7 @@ elseif name == freebsd then
 elseif name == kfreebsd then
 
 function os.resolvers.platform(t,k)
--- we sometims have HOSTTYPE set so let's check that first
+-- we sometimes have HOSTTYPE set so let's check that first
 local platform, architecture = , os.getenv(HOSTTYPE) or 
os.resultof(uname -m) or 
 if find(architecture,x86_64) then
 platform = kfreebsd-amd64
-- 
1.7.2.3


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Re: [NTG-context] Pipe symbol

2011-01-23 Thread Vyatcheslav Yatskovsky

\starttext
a \textbar\ b \letterbar\ c \type{|} d ||| e
\stoptext

Wolfgang


Even more thanks!

P.S. Searching Wiki for pipe symbol gives no useful results. At what 
section I can wikify this?


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Re: [NTG-context] context does not hyphenate compounds correctly

2011-01-23 Thread Florian Wobbe
 I get lots of overfull \hbox with compounds because context does not 
 hyphenate at the hyphen:
 
 \showframe
 \starttext
 averyverylongword averyverylongword averyverylongword averyverylongword 
 three-component\par % overfull
 averyverylongword averyverylongword averyverylongword averyverylongword 
 threecomponent\par % correct hyphenation
 \stoptext
 
 How can I fix this?
 
 MkIV: \setbreakpoints[compound]

Yes, exactly what I was looking for. Thanks!

Florian

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[NTG-context] Vertical rules in multiple column mode

2011-01-23 Thread Procházka Lukáš Ing . - Pontex s . r . o .

Hello,

the following code generates 3column pages:

---
\starttext
  \startcolumns[n=3,rule=on]
\dorecurse{5}{\section{\recurselevel}\input knuth}
  \stopcolumns
\stoptext
---

You can see that the vertical bars on the page 1 don't reach the real bottom of the 
text height, whilst they do on the next page.

It seems that the length (or range) of the vertical bar is given by the 
height of the FIRST column.

It seems to me that the rule height should rather be given as (or related to):

1) MAXIMUM of height of all columns

2) or height of i-th rule as maximum of height of i- and (i+1)-th column (each 
two ADJACENT columns).

Is there a way how to effect this?

Best regards,

Lukas


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