Re: [NTG-context] Epub woes

2012-11-15 Thread Andy Thomas
Please try the following example:

-- start code --

\setupbackend[export=yes,xhtml=test_00.xhtml]

\mainlanguage[de]
\language[de]

\setupexport
   [title={A nice book},
author={Andy Tom},
firstpage={huhn.jpg},
   ]



\starttext
Hello world!
\stoptext


-- end code --

The firstpage export value (huhn.jpg) is your cover image. Please put huhn.jpg 
or something else in the same directory as your tex file. I named the tex=file 
test_00.tex in my case.

After compiling with the latest context, you can run 'mtxrun --script epub 
--make test_00.specification' to generate the epub file.

Please note two more things: 
(1) The mtx-epub script was broken a couple of days ago. Well not actually 
broken, but somehow an old version sneaked in. If the author names and such do 
not get exported into the epub, this might as well be the case for you. The 
latest one (ver: 2012.11.14 11:37 MKIV  fmt: 2012.11.16) works fine again. 
(2) Calibre and other readers as well as e.g. the ipad have some nasty caching 
feature. In case you change little things and try to reload the same book in 
your reader, it might still show the old one from the cache. I found, that 
deleting the 'old' book first works most of the times.

I just started working on the epub output of my lecture notes again, since 
there were no readers able to output math until 2 weeks ago.

If I find some time later, I will update the epub page in the wiki.

I hope that helps.
 
Andy

On Nov 15, 2012, at 7:58 PM, Bill Meahan wrote:

 I tried to generate an epub document using ConTeXt following the recipe on 
 the wiki. Didn't work. So, I tried running the export-example.tex file that 
 comes with the distribution, unmodified. Same bad results.
 
Cover is not generated
TOC is not generated (though it is noted this might be the state of the 
 export)
Sectioning doesn't happen.
Paragraphing doesn't happen.
The resultant epub file cannot even be opened with FBReader.
 
 Importing the epub into Sigil shows one big blob of text, with only the 
 between word spacing that's present in the source file. The \quotation{} 
 markup did get turned into quotation marks, chapter numbers were generated 
 and the rest of the markup was stripped out.
 
 Same behavior with both the TeXLive 2012 version of ConTeXt and a quite 
 recent beta.
 
 Up-to-date Ubuntu 12.04
 
 Linux Escherton 3.2.0-32-generic #51-Ubuntu SMP Wed Sep 26 21:32:50 UTC 2012 
 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
 
 What am I doing wrong?
 
 -- 
 Bill Meahan
 Westland, Michigan USA
 
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Re: [NTG-context] Epub woes

2012-11-15 Thread Andy Thomas
Supposedly. I did not try it yet.

http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5321

Andy

On Nov 16, 2012, at 8:13 AM, luigi scarso wrote:

 
 
 
 On Fri, Nov 16, 2012 at 7:49 AM, Andy Thomas andytho...@web.de wrote:
 
 
 
 I just started working on the epub output of my lecture notes again, since 
 there were no readers able to output math until 2 weeks ago.
 Is there any reader able to read mathml ?
 
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[NTG-context] images and text stacked in the margin

2012-11-12 Thread Andy Thomas
Dear list,

I am still struggling to achieve the page layout/look that I am trying to get. 
For an image of the desired page spread please look here: 
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/9089117/tufte-spread.png

The design is using the ample margin to place text (sidenotes), figures 
(images) and tables in the margin. I am unable to get both (images and text) to 
work properly. 


(1) put all in a \margintext
\margintext{...} for text
\margintext{\placefigure...} for external images

This option does not work if the position is close to a page break (cp. 
http://archive.contextgarden.net/message/2012.191529.3fbef120.en.html)


(2) use two different macros
\margintext{...} for text and
\placefigure[location=margin]{}{...} for external images 

This option does not work because they are placed on top of each other. I also 
tried \startplacefigure, but also no luck.


(3) put all in a \placefigure
\placefigure[margin,none]{}{Text Text} for text
\placefigure[margin,none]{}{...} for external images

This works best, because it starts from the top and nicely stacks the 
marginals. But it introduces a paragraph break where the sidenote is called. 
This does not work, it defeats the purpose (imagine a paragraph after every 
footnote).


(4) use (3) and postponing
\startpostponing [+1]%
\startplacefigure[location={margin,none}]%
Text text\stopplacefigure%
\stoppostponing%

Now, the paragraph break is gone, but the sidenote is on the next page, which 
does not make sense in our case (cp. 
http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/56388/avoid-line-break-after-macro). In 
general, I do not understand, where the paragraph break at the \placefigure... 
comes from. It does not seam necessary in most cases (e.g. location=top) and 
postponing does avoid it. Can I 'gobble' it somehow?


Does anyone have an idea, how to make it work for images as well as text 
combined?

Andy
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Re: [NTG-context] images and text stacked in the margin

2012-11-12 Thread Andy Thomas

On Nov 12, 2012, at 3:10 PM, Marco Patzer wrote:

 You need to put the \placemargintext at the beginning of a
 paragraph, otherwise it will cause an unwanted break.
:(

Unfortunately, this is not an option. The citations have to be referenced at 
the end of particular sentences. The first link (showing the spread) makes it 
more obvious. 

Also, I tried marginblocks now, but they show the same bug as margintext if a 
page break occurs close by. 
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[NTG-context] margintext and placefigure

2012-11-11 Thread Andy Thomas
Dear all.

I am having some trouble with figure placement in the margin. If you use the 
following code, please try to comment out first one and then both '\input 
knuth'. Somehow, the figure is not placed in the margin, but the center of the 
page, if a page breaks occurs close by. Is there a way to avoid that and have 
the figure always placed in the margin?

Thanks,
Andy

-- code starts ---

\useMPlibrary[dum] % To get dummy figures

\definepapersize[wissenschaft][width=170mm, height=240mm]
\setuppapersize [wissenschaft]

\setuplayout[topspace=40pt,
 header=0pt,
 headerdistance=0pt,
 height=560pt,
 footer=0pt,
 %
 backspace=42pt,
 leftmargin=0pt,
 width=280pt,
 rightmargindistance=20pt,
 rightmargin=100pt]

\setupmargindata
[margintext]
[location=outer,
 width=100pt,
 stack=continue]
 
\starttext
%
\chapter{One}
\input tufte

\input knuth

\input knuth

\section{Figures}
%
\margintext
{\startplacefigure[ title={A small rectangle put in the margin.}]
  \externalfigure[dummy]
\stopplacefigure}

\input tufte

\stoptext

-- code ends ---


background: I started working on my module (caesar) again, since the ipad is 
supposed to render mathml now. That means, I could try the context epub output 
with formulas on an actual device (cp. http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5321)
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Re: [NTG-context] margintext and placefigure

2012-11-11 Thread Andy Thomas
That was my first choice as well. But it does not play nice with margintext. 
Try putting \margintext{bla} directly after the chapter. stack=continue is 
somehow ignored. Also, the figure is moved all the way up, which is strange.

On Nov 11, 2012, at 8:52 PM, Marco Patzer wrote:

 2012-11-11 Andy Thomas:
 
 Is there a way to avoid that and have the figure always placed in
 the margin?
 
 \startplacefigure [title=Foo, location=margin]
 \stopplacefigure
 
 
 Marco
 
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Re: [NTG-context] margintext and placefigure

2012-11-11 Thread Andy Thomas

On Nov 11, 2012, at 9:23 PM, Marco Patzer wrote:

 2012-11-11 Andy Thomas:
 
 That was my first choice as well. But it does not play nice with
 margintext.
 
 The both use two different mechanisms AFAIK, and there's no or not
 much communication between them. Mixing both leads to overprinted
 content.

So, can I modify the original code to work as intended?

 
 Also, the figure is moved all the way up, which is strange.
 
 That's intended. The margin texts stack up from the top to the
 bottom. For figures this usually does makes sense since the figures
 are referred to by number anyway.

That would even be preferred, if all marginals stack from the top down 
(http://archive.contextgarden.net/message/20120529.093731.5306286a.en.html)

Andy

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Re: [NTG-context] How to put a \placefigure with no caption?

2012-11-11 Thread Andy Thomas

 
 Yes. \placefigure is the old syntax. \start…\stopplacefigure the new
 one. The new one uses a the key=value syntax also present in other MkIV
 commands. Compare:
 
\startplacefigure [title=Lorem, reference=fig:lorem]
…
\stopplacefigure
 
\startchapter [title=Lorem, reference=sec:lorem]
…
\stopchapter
 
 They are both supported, I personally stick to the new variant. I
 find the interface much more memorable.

I guess, I do not understand the relation completely. Please compare the 
following

-- startcode --

\starttext
%
\chapter{One}
\input tufte
\placefigure[margin,none]{}{Let's put some text of at least two lines.}
\placefigure[none,margin]{}{Let's put some text of at least two lines.}
\input tufte
\stoptext

-- stopcode --

The first one works as intended, the second one does not. Also, I cannot figure 
out the equivalent new syntax. I tried 'caption=none' and 'location=none'. But 
even if the latter one would work, having a caption (or not) and placing the 
figure on the page are two different things?


Andy


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Re: [NTG-context] back-up.lua; mtx-epub.lua

2012-06-10 Thread Andy Thomas

On Jun 11, 2012, at 12:21 AM, Hans Hagen wrote:

 The validator likes it, next is the hard part: generating a valid xhtml. Is 
 the xhtml generator only for the epub, i.e. can it be changed or is another 
 output file just for the epub appropriate?
 
 the only issue is that css has no method for mapping a link which is why the 
 exporter produces two files (xml and xhtml)

I get an error by the epub validator if I feed it the generated epub. The 
content file is:

-START
?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8' standalone='yes' ?

!-- input filename   : test_00   --
!-- processing date  : Mon Jun 11 07:03:39 2012 --
!-- context version  : 2012.06.11 00:21  --
!-- exporter version : 0.30  --


document xmlns:m=http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML; version=0.30 
language=de date=Mon Jun 11 07:03:39 2012 file=test_00 
context=2012.06.11 00:21 xmlns:xhtml=http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml;
Hello world!
/document
-END

the error is:

-START
Epubcheck Version 3.0b5

Validating against EPUB version 2.0
ERROR: test_00.epub/OEBPS/test_00.xhtml(9,202): elements from namespace  are 
not allowed

Check finished with warnings or errors
-END

A possible validatable file would be

-START
?xml version=1.0 encoding=UTF-8 ?

!-- input filename   : test_00   --
!-- processing date  : Sat Jun  9 14:36:39 2012 --
!-- context version  : 2012.06.09 01:22  --
!-- exporter version : 0.30  --

!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.1//EN 
http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml11/DTD/xhtml11.dtd;
html xmlns=http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml; xml:lang=en
  head
titleTITLE/title
  /head
  body
  div id=test_00
  Hello world!
  /div
  /body
/html
-END

It just wraps the filename without extension in title plus head and the main 
part in body plus a div. However, I did not try, yet, how many or which devices 
can read it just fine.

 
 Calibre is already happy with it and shows it just fine. Please note that 
 some ebook readers (e.g. apple devices, calibre) have a nasty caching 
 mechanism. If you want to see the new changes, I found that it is best to 
 delete the old book before replacing it.
 
 Andy
 
 https://dl.dropbox.com/u/9089117/mtx-epub_4.lua
 
 xmlns + doctype is probably a bit over the top for the coverpage

I slavishly follow the mandatory epub specification and then add some things to 
make common devices work. Calibre, Adobe Digital Editions and Apple devices 
want a xhtml cover page in a very special way and ignore the cover image 
otherwise. The next thing I would add is a toc.xhtml. Here, a Kindle ignores 
the toc.ncx and wants a html toc as well. Unfortunately, this blows up 
mtx-epub, but at least that is the last issue with reading devices that I know.

Andy




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Re: [NTG-context] back-up.lua; mtx-epub.lua

2012-06-09 Thread Andy Thomas

On Jun 9, 2012, at 1:31 AM, Hans Hagen wrote:

 On 8-6-2012 23:28, Andy Thomas wrote:
 Thank you for the suggestions. I will try to implement it, but might need 
 until Sunday.
 
 - I've added some keys to \setupexport:
 
  author
  title
  subtitle
  firstpage (also new key in mult)
  lastpage  (aso new key in mult)
 
 - The title, subtitle and author inherit from \setupinteraction which already 
 inherits from \setupdocument (metadata namespace).
 
 - In mtx-epub these variables are picked up (from the epub job specification) 
 and firstpage / lastpage are added to the images list.
 
 Nothing has been checked and the firstpage/lastpage image names have to be 
 pushed into some epub metadata blob I guess but that's for you to figure out 
 in mtx-epub. It's probably best to assume that the images are present and 
 suitable for epub.
 

I took the new keys and added the cover (page) generator to mtx-epub.lua. The 
name is hard coded (cover.xhtml), so if a user decides on naming the original 
file cover.tex... 

The validator likes it, next is the hard part: generating a valid xhtml. Is the 
xhtml generator only for the epub, i.e. can it be changed or is another output 
file just for the epub appropriate?

Calibre is already happy with it and shows it just fine. Please note that some 
ebook readers (e.g. apple devices, calibre) have a nasty caching mechanism. If 
you want to see the new changes, I found that it is best to delete the old book 
before replacing it. 

Andy

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/9089117/mtx-epub_4.lua

P.S. I have no clue, why 'images[firstpage] = firstpage' works. I would expect 
'images[#images+1] = firstpage'

 Hans
 
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[NTG-context] first-setup.sh

2012-06-08 Thread Andy Thomas
Hi all,

after a lot of confusion I discovered that first-setup.sh is not Andy-proof. If 
there is a broken internet connection, the update lua process works and pushes 
the rsync error message very quickly out of the terminal. I propose to change 
the rsync line to

rsync -rlptv rsync://contextgarden.net/minimals/setup/$platform/bin . || { echo 
Cannot reach the repository; exit 1; }

Andy

P.S. Someone already did the same to the ruby error message, it is copied a 
second time at the end.
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Re: [NTG-context] back-up.lua; mtx-epub.lua

2012-06-08 Thread Andy Thomas
Hello all,

I am thinking about the best way to implement the cover image for the epub. 
This is a mandatory requirement to work properly. The cover image is not 
necessarily present in the pdf version of the document and it might be the only 
item where that is true. So I tried to sort out the options.

1) Always take cover.png in the current directory; not very elegant
2) add cover={…} to \setupinteraction; hijacks the pdf interaction macro
3) add a \setupepub; might be overkill, but maybe more options are added later 
4) ?

Then, the image is taken, renamed and copied in the image folder and finally a 
html page containing the cover is created. This part is straightforward.

It would be great, if someone could come up with an elegant idea how to add the 
cover image file that is compatible with the context style.

Andy

On Jun 7, 2012, at 2:48 PM, Henning Hraban Ramm wrote:

 Am 2012-06-07 um 00:00 schrieb Andy Thomas:
 
 Hello all,
 I do not know, how many people are using the epub export, but here are two 
 more changes in order to achieve a valid epub file with information from the 
 context source:
 
 Since I need ePub for my current project (even if th eprint version is much 
 more important), I’m very grateful for your enhancements! I hope they end up 
 in the distro ASAP.
 
 
 Greetlings, Hraban
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 http://www.fiee.net/texnique/
 http://wiki.contextgarden.net
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Re: [NTG-context] back-up.lua; mtx-epub.lua

2012-06-06 Thread Andy Thomas
Hello all,

I do not know, how many people are using the epub export, but here are two more 
changes in order to achieve a valid epub file with information from the context 
source:

On Jun 5, 2012, at 9:09 PM, Andy Thomas wrote:

 Hi all,
 
 in my attempts to validate epub export from my context source, I made the 
 following changes to back-up.lua and mtx-epub.lua
 
 1) the actual context language is put in the epub
 2) changed the OPS directory to OEBPS. The 2.0.1 Standard does not actually 
 say that is has to have that name, but I only found examples using that one, 
 including the sample documents in the 2.0.1 white paper. 
 3) changed opf:scheme to UUID, since that is used and not a ISBN number
 4) added the encoding info in the opf file
 5) changed the single in double-quotes in the opf file manifest. I do not 
 know if it is necessary, but this seams to be more consistent
6) the title is taken from \setupinteraction
7) the author is taken from \setupinteraction

Andy


The diff against the actual standalone is 
diff back-exp_old.lua back-exp_2.lua 
2364a2365,2378
 local identity = interactions.general.getidentity()
 local title
 local author
 for i=1,#fields do
 local key   = fields[i]
 local value = identity[key]
 if value and value ~=  then
 if key==title then
 title = value
 elseif key==author then
 author = value
 end
 end
 end
2370a2385,2387
 language   = languagenames[tex.count.mainlanguagenumber],
 title  = title,
 author = author,

and the epub make script
diff mtx-epub_old.lua mtx-epub_2.lua 
46c46
 ?xml version=1.0 encoding=UTF-8 ?
---
 ?xml version=1.0 encoding=UTF-8?
50c50
 rootfile full-path=OPS/%s 
media-type=application/oebps-package+xml/
---
 rootfile full-path=OEBPS/%s 
 media-type=application/oebps-package+xml/
56c56
 ?xml version=1.0?
---
 ?xml version=1.0 encoding=UTF-8?
61,64c61,64
 dc:titleMy Title/dc:title
 dc:languageen/dc:language
 dc:identifier id=%s urn:uuid:%s/dc:identifier
 dc:creator opf:file-as=Self, My opf:role=autMySelf/dc:creator
---
 dc:title%s/dc:title
 dc:language%s/dc:language
 dc:identifier id=%s opf:scheme=UUIDurn:uuid:%s/dc:identifier
 dc:creator%s/dc:creator
79c79
 local item = [[item id='%s' href='%s' media-type='%s'/]]
---
 local item = [[item id=%s href=%s media-type=%s/]]
196a197,199
 local language   = specification.language   or en
 local creator= specification.author or My Self
 local title  = specification.title  or My Title
211c214
 lfs.mkdir(file.join(epubpath,OPS))
---
 lfs.mkdir(file.join(epubpath,OEBPS))
220c223
 local target = file.join(epubpath,OPS,filename)
---
 local target = file.join(epubpath,OEBPS,filename)
256,257c259,260
 package   = 
format(package,identifier,identifier,os.uuid(),os.date(!%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%SZ),concat(used,\n),idmaker(root))
 toc   = format(toc,identifier,title,root)
---
 package   = 
 format(package,identifier,title,language,identifier,os.uuid(),creator,os.date(!%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%SZ),concat(used,\n),idmaker(root))
 toc   = format(toc,identifier,title,root)
261,262c264,265
 io.savedata(file.join(epubpath,OPS,epubroot),package)
 io.savedata(file.join(epubpath,OPS,epubtoc),toc)
---
 io.savedata(file.join(epubpath,OEBPS,epubroot),package)
 io.savedata(file.join(epubpath,OEBPS,epubtoc),toc)
275c278
 os.execute(format(zipper.compressed,epubfile,OPS))
---
 os.execute(format(zipper.compressed,epubfile,OEBPS))
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[NTG-context] back-up.lua; mtx-epub.lua

2012-06-05 Thread Andy Thomas
Hi all,

in my attempts to validate epub export from my context source, I made the 
following changes to back-up.lua and mtx-epub.lua

1) the actual context language is put in the epub
2) changed the OPS directory to OEBPS. The 2.0.1 Standard does not actually say 
that is has to have that name, but I only found examples using that one, 
including the sample documents in the 2.0.1 white paper. 
3) changed opf:scheme to UUID, since that is used and not a ISBN number
4) added the encoding info in the opf file
5) changed the single in double-quotes in the opf file manifest. I do not know 
if it is necessary, but this seams to be more consistent

Andy

diff back-exp_old.lua back-exp.lua 
2370a2371
 language   = languagenames[tex.count.mainlanguagenumber],


diff mtx-epub_old.lua mtx-epub.lua 
46c46
 ?xml version=1.0 encoding=UTF-8 ?
---
 ?xml version=1.0 encoding=UTF-8?
50c50
 rootfile full-path=OPS/%s 
media-type=application/oebps-package+xml/
---
 rootfile full-path=OEBPS/%s 
 media-type=application/oebps-package+xml/
56c56
 ?xml version=1.0?
---
 ?xml version=1.0 encoding=UTF-8?
62,63c62,63
 dc:languageen/dc:language
 dc:identifier id=%s urn:uuid:%s/dc:identifier
---
 dc:language%s/dc:language
 dc:identifier id=%s opf:scheme=UUIDurn:uuid:%s/dc:identifier
79c79
 local item = [[item id='%s' href='%s' media-type='%s'/]]
---
 local item = [[item id=%s href=%s media-type=%s/]]
196a197
 local language   = specification.language   or en
211c212
 lfs.mkdir(file.join(epubpath,OPS))
---
 lfs.mkdir(file.join(epubpath,OEBPS))
220c221
 local target = file.join(epubpath,OPS,filename)
---
 local target = file.join(epubpath,OEBPS,filename)
256c257
 package   = 
format(package,identifier,identifier,os.uuid(),os.date(!%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%SZ),concat(used,\n),idmaker(root))
---
 package   = 
 format(package,identifier,language,identifier,os.uuid(),os.date(!%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%SZ),concat(used,\n),idmaker(root))
261,262c262,263
 io.savedata(file.join(epubpath,OPS,epubroot),package)
 io.savedata(file.join(epubpath,OPS,epubtoc),toc)
---
 io.savedata(file.join(epubpath,OEBPS,epubroot),package)
 io.savedata(file.join(epubpath,OEBPS,epubtoc),toc)
275c276
 os.execute(format(zipper.compressed,epubfile,OPS))
---
 os.execute(format(zipper.compressed,epubfile,OEBPS))

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Re: [NTG-context] ebook from project: hyphenation lost

2012-06-04 Thread Andy Thomas
Hello,

I followed Marco's description on tex.sx with quite good results.

http://tex.stackexchange.com/q/43052/8631

He explicitly states: Hyphenation is also present. ConTeXt inserts soft hyphen 
(0x00AD) characters where hyphenation is possible, which enables the browser to 
justify the paragraphs. Although a quick check of my xml file shows, that 
there is no hyphenation in Safari and there are no 0x00AD characters I can find 
with a Hex-Editor. Maybe you could try with different viewers/browsers, because 
if there is an 0x00AD in the source, doesn't the viewer have to take care of 
the actual hyphenation? 

Andy


On 04.06.2012, at 10:55, Henning Hraban Ramm wrote:

 Ahoi,
 
 I never managed to get a proper eBook from a project, the content was mostly 
 missing, a whole while even \setupbackend[export=yes] led to an error.
 At least that I don’t get an error any more, I’ll try to debug the missing 
 content later.
 
 One bug I can nail down is:
 As soon as I add \setupbackend[export=yes] to my environment, all hyphens are 
 lost! I.e. hyphenation takes place, but there’s no hyphen (an no space left 
 for it).
 That doesn’t happen in a single document, so I can’t provide a minimal 
 example.
 
 (Yesterday’s beta MkIV on OSX-Intel)
 
 Greetlings,
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Re: [NTG-context] ebook from project: observations/oddities

2012-06-04 Thread Andy Thomas
I might not be able to help you with an automated output using context, but I 
can recommend a very good book on e-book creation. Elizabeth Castro (ISBN 
978-0321734686) discusses a sample e-book line by line of the source code, how 
to create it, validate it (http://code.google.com/p/epubcheck/) etc. You can 
find the sources of her sample e-book online at: 
http://www.elizabethcastro.com/epub/examples/ . There is some other useful 
stuff, too.

I just started to implement some of the info I gathered in my context module 
for my book project, so I cannot give concrete advise,yet :( But I made the TOC 
etc. 'by hand' to to try if it would work with the validator, kindle, calibre 
and so on. Just the xhtml was automatically created (and tweaked a little). It 
does not take as much time as it seems, we were able to have a validated e-pub 
with a sample chapter in a day. 

Hope this help a little,
Andy


On 04.06.2012, at 12:24, Henning Hraban Ramm wrote:

 (Yesterday’s beta in suite=minimals, OSX-Intel)
 
 With
 
 \setupbackend[export=example.xml,xhtml=example.xhtml,css=example.css]
 
 in my project’s environment,
 I get both example.xml and example.xhtml (as well as example-images.css 
 and example-style.css), starting with the same content (up to line 857 in 
 my case), but the .xhtml stops after the first \stoppart, while the .xml 
 contains all four parts.
 
 
 mtxrun --script epub --make example
 insists on copying a file named exactly example.xhtml to the ePub tree.
 
 Using
 \setupbackend[export=example.xhtml,xhtml=test.xhtml,css=example.css]
 both example.xhtml and test.xhtml are identical, complete *and* both 
 copied to the epub tree (ToC refers to test.xhtml, the other is ignored).
 
 Since none of my browsers or epub readers likes this XML format, I guess I’ll 
 need to apply a XSL transformation to create HTML.
 
 Ok... Looking at mtx-epub.lua I understand why none of my setups (i.e. 
 author, title) has any effect on the output.
 Seems like we need to fix that manually - unzip the epub, fix it, re-pack... 
 But create the ToC manually??
 
 
 
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[NTG-context] setupcaptions stopper and separator

2012-06-04 Thread Andy Thomas
Hi all,

while trying to figure out all the functions that setupcaptions has, I stumbled 
trying to make stopper and separator work.

MnWE:
\useMPlibrary[dum]

\starttext
\section{One}
\setupcaptions [figure] 
[way=bysection,prefixsegments=section,separator={A},stopper={B},suffix={C}]
\startplacefigure[title={A rectangle with a caption. Not very 
interesting.},reference=fig1]
  \externalfigure[dummy][width=0.5\textwidth]
\stopplacefigure

\in{Figure}[fig1]
\stoptext

As far as I understand it, the separator changes the dot between the section 
and the figure number and the stopper is placed right after the figure number 
and used in references as well (which is different from suffix). Is that 
correct?

Andy


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[NTG-context] mtx-epub.lua

2012-06-04 Thread Andy Thomas
Hello all,

while working on my ebook, I found the following issues in mtx-epub.lua. Once a 
successful run is done, there is no need to try the other zippers. It also 
gives error messages, although everything is already done. Fix is attached.

Then, I got confused about the error messages appearing 3 times and found an 
issue in texlua of TL2011 (beta-0.70.1-2011062107) as well as the newest 
standalone (beta-0.70.2-2012052309). Consider the following example:

print(os.execute(abcxyz))

This gives in Lua 5.2: sh: abcxyz: command not found
nil exit127

But in texlua it does: sh: abcxyz: command not found
32512

This breaks the if conditional which becomes true, although there is no abcxyz 
command. If there are if statements such as this one in other places, they 
would not work as intended either.

Andy



274,279c274,281
 if os.execute(format(zipper.uncompressed,epubfile,mimetype)) 
then
 os.execute(format(zipper.compressed,epubfile,META-INF))
 os.execute(format(zipper.compressed,epubfile,OPS))
 done = zipper.name
 else
 list[#list+1] = zipper.name
---
 if not done then
 if 
 os.execute(format(zipper.uncompressed,epubfile,mimetype)) then
 os.execute(format(zipper.compressed,epubfile,META-INF))
 os.execute(format(zipper.compressed,epubfile,OPS))
 done = zipper.name
 else
 list[#list+1] = zipper.name
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[NTG-context] Caption next to figure

2012-06-03 Thread Andy Thomas
Hello all,

I am trying to convert a document with a lot of small figures in the margin 
into a more kindle friendly format. In order to do that, I want to have a small 
figure in the text with an adjacent figure caption. How can I achieve that? I 
attached an example and a link how it is supposed to look like.

\useMPlibrary[dum]

\starttext
\input tufte

\startplacefigure[title={A rectangle with a caption.}]
  \externalfigure[dummy][width=0.5\textwidth]
\stopplacefigure

\input knuth
\stoptext

Andy


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Re: [NTG-context] Caption next to figure

2012-06-03 Thread Andy Thomas
Thank you. Can I have the bottom of the caption in line with the bottom of the 
figure instead of centered?

Andy

On Jun 3, 2012, at 7:48 PM, Marco wrote:

 On 2012-06-03 Andy Thomas andytho...@web.de wrote:
 
 I want to have a small figure in the text with an adjacent figure
 caption. How can I achieve that?
 
 \setupcaptions [figure] [location=right]
 
 
 Marco
 
 
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Re: [NTG-context] Caption next to figure

2012-06-03 Thread Andy Thomas
Thank you both, works great now.

Andy



Am 03.06.2012 um 20:56 schrieb Wolfgang Schuster 
schuster.wolfg...@googlemail.com:

 
 Am 03.06.2012 um 20:44 schrieb Andy Thomas:
 
 Thank you. Can I have the bottom of the caption in line with the bottom of 
 the figure instead of centered?
 
 \setupcaption[figure][location={right,low}]
 
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Re: [NTG-context] how to write two or three single hyphens?

2012-05-31 Thread Andy Thomas
Hello,

is this what you are looking for?

\starttext
rwx\,-\,-\,-\,-\,-\,-
\stoptext

I tried the small space macro from LaTeX and it works here, too, so i suspect 
it is more a TeX macro.

Andy

On 31.05.2012, at 11:16, Jan Pohanka wrote:

 Hello,
 
 describing linux file permissions I would like to write rwx--
 As I expected the hyphens are converted to two long dashes (excuse me if I 
 missed the correct name), so I tried something like this 
 rwx{-}{-}{-}{-}{-}{-} or rwx{}-{}-{}-{}-{}-{}- which works in latex, but in 
 context I'm still getting the long dashes. How can I prevent this conversion, 
 please?
 
 regards
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Re: [NTG-context] A bibliography difficulty

2012-05-30 Thread Andy Thomas
Hello,

I am not sure if I understand you correctly, but do you directly edit a bbl 
file? Normally, a .bib file is made by the user and ConTeXt (and LaTeX as well) 
generate the .bbl file for you. Your example works for me using the following 
code 


\setupbibtex[database={library}]
\setuppublications[alternative=ams]


\starttext
Bla\cite{birn06}

\placepublications[criterium=all]
\stoptext

with a .bib file containing

@article{birn06,
  author = {Dieter Birnbache},
  title = {The Socratic method in teaching medical ethics: Potentials and 
limitations},
  year = {1999},
  journal = {Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy},
  volume = {2},
  issue = {3},
  pages = {219-224}
}

More information is on the wiki page: 
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Bibliography, e.g. why you do not need to use a 
module any more.



On May 30, 2012, at 6:58 AM, Alasdair McAndrew wrote:

 In my list of references, I can't get the author or title (of journal 
 article) to print.  In my .tex file, I have the following lines:
 
 \usemodule[bib]
 \setuppublications[alternative=ams,refcommand=num,numbering=yes]
 
 and in my .bbl file the (so far) only reference is:
 
 \startpublication[k=birn06,
   t=article,
   a=D.~Birnbache,
   y=1999]
   \author{Dieter}{}{Birnbache}
   \title{The Socratic method in teaching medical ethics: Potentials and 
 limitations}
   \pubyear{1999}
   \journal{Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy}
   \volume{2}
   \issue{3}
   \pages{219-224}
 \stoppublication
 
 However, when I typeset the file, the reference list consists of
 
 [1] , Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 2, 219 (1999).
 
 I'm a little confused about all the variables, commands and parameters.  So - 
 first, what am I doing wrong?  Second, are there somewhere out there some 
 example files of bibliography usage (I learn best by seeing what other people 
 have done, and adapting that to my own ends)?  Third: can I include the 
 references in the body of the .tex file (as you can do with LaTeX and the 
 thebibliography environment)?
 
 Thanks,
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Re: [NTG-context] bibtex sample file and possible bibtex bug

2012-05-30 Thread Andy Thomas
Hello,

I apologize to bumb my own post, but does anyone know, where to put sample.bib? 
Or did the default search path for bibtex change? The basic example on 
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Bibliography_mkiv does not work as well, because 
of the same reason. I would then try to update the wiki.

Thanks,
Andy


On 27.05.2012, at 20:39, Andy Thomas wrote:

 Hello,
 
 while looking to include a citation in a sample document, I was wondering if 
 the 'sample.bib' in 'standalone/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/bib/sample.bib' 
 can be used the same way as e.g. '\input tufte', but I could not make it work.
 
 example document:
 
 \setupbibtex[database=sample,sort=author]
 \setuppublications[alternative=apa]
 
 \starttext 
 document.\cite[Eijkhout1991]
 \placepublications[criterium=all] 
 \stoptext 
 
 Also note that the 'alternative=apa' line leads to 'publications 
 warning: unknown cite argument Eijkhout1991 on line \the\inputlineno' instead 
 of the actual number. 
 
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Re: [NTG-context] pushing margintext up

2012-05-29 Thread Andy Thomas
On 28.05.2012, at 19:02, Hans Hagen wrote:

 On 28-5-2012 18:44, Philipp Gesang wrote:
 Hi Andy,
 
 On 2012-05-27 17:57, Andy Thomas wrote:
 Hello,
 
 could someone point out to me, where in the standalone
 installation the 'margin float placement' algorithm lives.
 
 it depends:
   Floats: strc-flt.mkvi
   Side floats: page-sid.mkiv
   Margin data (as in your example): typo-mar.mkiv
 
 and their respective .lua companions. I suspect you will be
 interested in the function „inject()“ (part of the finalizer) in
 typo-mar.lua.
 
 keep in mind that this is not finished yet i.e. there is no api at the lua 
 end yet
 
 is there a way for margintext to 'respect' the lower border
 of the page and push the margintext up, pushing other margintexts
 upwards while doing so?
 
 +1, I’m curious too whether this can be done.
 
 maybe some day when I'm looking into the page builder code
 
 Hans

Is it possible, as a workaround for now, to make every \margintext call to 
virtually occur at the first line of the page? Then, they are stacked in 
sequence in the margin from the top of the page down, but on the page they 
occur. 

Thank you for help,
Andy 


 
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Re: [NTG-context] Spacing for {\cal P} in XITS

2012-05-29 Thread Andy Thomas
Hello,

it looks off on my computer (Mac 10.6 with preview and acrobat) and with the 
context-standalone (from 1 hour ago). However, it does work with TL2011 (not 
12). 

Then, I copied (overwrote) the fonts from TL into the standalone (from 
/Library/TeX/Root/texmf-dist/fonts/opentype/public/xits/ to 
~/context/tex/texmf/fonts/opentype/public/xits/) and deleted the cache. But 
that did not help, the context standalone still produces the 'too-close P'. I 
also tried the newest font files from yesterday, but still no luck. Hope that 
help finding the bug. 

Andy

P.S. Is there more to be considered than only the font files (the .otf s)?



On 29.05.2012, at 14:39, Khaled Hosny wrote:

 On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 12:29:02PM +, Rogers, Michael K wrote:
 
 On May 29, 2012, at 8:13 AM, Khaled Hosny wrote:
 
 On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 01:19:00PM +0300, Janne Junnila wrote:
 Hi,
 
 I just noticed that the spacing after ${\cal P}$ looks a bit too tight
 (non-existent?) while using XITS fonts.
 ...
 
 Looks fine here (in my eyes at least), can you attach the resulting PDF?
 
 Regards,
 Khaled
 
 On this input:
 
 \setupbodyfont[xits]
 \starttext
 The spacing of ${\cal P}$ looks like this.\par
 The spacing of \vrule${\cal P}$\vrule looks like this.
 \stoptext
 
 I got similar to what Janne described.  See attached (beta ver.
 2012.05.29 00:12).  Looks like the kerning might be a little off?
 
 Looks fine here, bot TL 2012 presets and up to date minimals.
 
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Re: [NTG-context] Is there some easy way to do tufte-style side note?

2012-05-27 Thread Andy Thomas
Hello Jano,

On May 26, 2012, at 2:12 PM, Jano Kula wrote:

 Hello Andy,
 
 On 05/23/2012 04:09 PM, Andy Thomas wrote:
 I finished a first version of a tufte style sample document that is based on 
 a predecessor in another macro language. The auto alignment of the marginals 
 has to be improved, but the rest looks already quite decent.
 
 Please see: 
 https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/luur/download?func=downloadFilerecordOId=2303165fileOId=2303168
 
 for a full sample document.
 
 Nice work! Decent and nice design, good typesetting, I assume some hand work 
 which of course cannot be avoided to make the result pleasing.
 


thank you for the positive feedback. The example thesis has a lot of hand work. 
However, in the end I would like to have something that looks 95% instead of 
100%, but fully automatic. Then, I could output the same text in different 
output formats (book, handouts for every chapter, e-reader, ...), tweaking 
every file would cost too much time.

 Just two remarks to the layout. Figure descriptions set in to the block 
 (narrow column) produces too large spaces in the lines often. Ragged text 
 would suit it better, I think.

Seven Thesis were made, so far, and everyone plays a little with the overall 
design to see how things look when tweaked a little. But justified is not 
ideal, I agree. 

 
 Side notes set ragged left (rigth justyfied) on left pages are quite 
 difficult to read, I would make them ragged right (left justified) on all 
 pages and.

I guess you want to say [...]  it would [not] break the overall design at all 
;) I like the look of ragged outer when just looking at a double page from far. 
It does make reading more difficult. I still cannot decide. In the end 
legibility should be more important, so ragged right is better like you said.

 
 Just wondering, why is Optima-Regular embeded so many times?

We wanted to have a sans serif font for the viewgraphs that matches the 
Palatino (orig. 1948). So we went for Optima (1952-1955 and also from Hermann 
Zapf). Wikipedia says Optima's capitals (like Palatino's) are directly derived 
from the classic Roman monumental capital model [...]. I think, it does look 
good together. We also wanted a TeX Gyre font as main font, so that it is 
available on every system. 

 
 Regards,
 
 Jano

Aditya Mahajan contextified the github sources. It might be good to download 
the new stuff. Thanks for the help. 

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Re: [NTG-context] pushing margintext up

2012-05-27 Thread Andy Thomas
Hello,

could someone point out to me, where in the standalone installation the 'margin 
float placement' algorithm lives.

Thanks,
Andy

On May 23, 2012, at 4:34 PM, Andy Thomas wrote:

 Hello all,
 
 is there a way for margintext to 'respect' the lower border of the page and 
 push the margintext up, pushing other margintexts upwards while doing so?
 
 example:
 
 \definepapersize[wissenschaft][width=170mm,height=240mm]
 \setuppapersize [wissenschaft]
 
 \setuplayout
 [topspace=40pt,
  header=0pt,
  headerdistance=0pt,
  backspace=42pt,
  leftmargin=0pt,
  width=280pt,
  height=560pt,
  rightmargindistance=20pt,
  rightmargin=100pt,
  footer=0pt]
 
 \setuppagenumbering[alternative=doublesided]
 
 \setupmargindata [margintext]
[location=outer,
width=100pt,
align=flushouter]
 
 \starttext \showframe
 
 \input tufte
 \input tufte
 \input tufte\margintext{This is too low, if there are many words in this 
 note.}
 
 \stoptext
 
 Kind of hard to explain, I hope the example makes everything clear. 
 
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[NTG-context] bibtex sample file and possible bibtex bug

2012-05-27 Thread Andy Thomas
Hello,

while looking to include a citation in a sample document, I was wondering if 
the 'sample.bib' in 'standalone/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/bib/sample.bib' 
can be used the same way as e.g. '\input tufte', but I could not make it work.

example document:

\setupbibtex[database=sample,sort=author]
\setuppublications[alternative=apa]

\starttext 
document.\cite[Eijkhout1991]
\placepublications[criterium=all] 
\stoptext 

Also note that the 'alternative=apa' line leads to 'publications warning: 
unknown cite argument Eijkhout1991 on line \the\inputlineno' instead of the 
actual number. 

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Re: [NTG-context] Is there some easy way to do tufte-style side note?

2012-05-23 Thread Andy Thomas
I finished a first version of a tufte style sample document that is based on a 
predecessor in another macro language. The auto alignment of the marginals has 
to be improved, but the rest looks already quite decent.  

Please see: 
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/luur/download?func=downloadFilerecordOId=2303165fileOId=2303168

for a full sample document. 

Simpler example code and the module is on github: 
https://github.com/andythomas/TeX-sidenotes/tree/master/context

Cheers,
Andy


Am 2012-04-22 um 18:30 schrieb Yue Wang: 

 There are many styles available on the context-garden site 
 (http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Sample_documents) which are really 
 helpful to help newcomers to learn how to define styles in context. 
 Wouldn't it be great to add tufte's and bringhurst's as extra 
 examples? 

Of course - just do it. 


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http://wiki.contextgarden.net 
https://www.cacert.org (I'm an assurer) 

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[NTG-context] pushing margintext up

2012-05-23 Thread Andy Thomas
Hello all,

is there a way for margintext to 'respect' the lower border of the page and 
push the margintext up, pushing other margintexts upwards while doing so?

example:

\definepapersize[wissenschaft][width=170mm,height=240mm]
\setuppapersize [wissenschaft]

\setuplayout
 [topspace=40pt,
  header=0pt,
  headerdistance=0pt,
  backspace=42pt,
  leftmargin=0pt,
  width=280pt,
  height=560pt,
  rightmargindistance=20pt,
  rightmargin=100pt,
  footer=0pt]

\setuppagenumbering[alternative=doublesided]

\setupmargindata [margintext]
[location=outer,
width=100pt,
align=flushouter]

\starttext \showframe

\input tufte
\input tufte
\input tufte\margintext{This is too low, if there are many words in this note.}

\stoptext

Kind of hard to explain, I hope the example makes everything clear. 

Andy

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Re: [NTG-context] stack marginals: text and figures

2012-05-22 Thread Andy Thomas
  I made a small example to show the behavior: 
  
  […] 
  
  This is a sentence.\margintext{This is a note in the margin.} Another 
  sentence.\margintext{Another note.} \placefigure[margin][fig:one]{This is a 
  small figure.}{\externalfigure[test][width=100pt]} 
  \placefigure[margin][fig:two]{This is another small 
  figure.}{\externalfigure[test][width=100pt]} \stoptext 
  
  I also tried to do things such as \margintext{\placefigure...}}, but had no 
  success. 
 
 Why not? The following works here: 
 
 This is a sentence. 
 \margintext{This is a note in the margin.} 
 Another sentence. 
 \margintext{Another note.} 
 \margintext 
 {\placefigure[here][fig:one] 
 {This is a small figure.} 
 {\externalfigure[test][width=100pt]}} 
 \margintext 
 {\placefigure[here][fig:two] 
 {This is another small figure.} 
 {\externalfigure[test][width=100pt]}} 
 
 
 Marco 


\margintext{\placefigure[here]…} does indeed work. I cannot even reproduce why 
I was not able to do it, but I assume I tried 
\margintext{\placefigure[margin]…} which does not make much sense... 

  Dear ConTeXt group, 
  
  I am trying to stack text and figures in the margin. After getting some 
  help, I am able to setup the text just fine, the notes do not overlap. I am 
  also able to stack figures, they also do not overlap. But figures and text 
  does not 'know of each other'. They do overlap. 
  
  I made a small example to show the behavior: 
  
  […] 
  
  \definemargindata [margintext] 
  [ 
  location=outer, 
  width=100pt, 
  align=flushouter, 
  stack=continue, % or yes 
  ] 
 
 Use \setupmargindata to change the values of a existing command. In this 
 example it doesn’t matter but that’s not always the case. 
 
 Wolfgang 


I also changed \definemargindata to \setumargindata.

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[NTG-context] doublesided wider paragraphs

2012-05-22 Thread Andy Thomas
Hello,

I am trying to change the width of a paragraph on a page. I found 
\defineparagraphs and \setupparagraphs and it almost works. But for doublesided 
documents the text on verso pages is incorrectly aligned. I tried 
[location=inner], but the macros do not seem to be aware of that. I also found 
\startlocal (\startlokaal) in the ConTeXt getting started pdf, but Mk IV does 
not know \startlocal (any more?).

My example:

% setup the page format
\definepapersize[wissenschaft][width=170mm,height=240mm]
% use the new page format
\setuppapersize[wissenschaft]
% shape the page 
\setuplayout[topspace=40pt,
header=0pt,
headerdistance=0pt,
backspace=42pt,
leftmargin=0pt,
width=280pt,
height=560pt,
rightmargindistance=20pt,
rightmargin=100pt,
footer=0pt]
%\showframe
\setuppagenumbering[alternative=doublesided]

\defineparagraphs
 [fullwidth][n=1,before={\blank},after={\blank}]
  \setupparagraphs
 [fullwidth][1][width=400pt]

\starttext
\input tufte
\startfullwidth
\input tufte
\stopfullwidth
\input knuth
\startfullwidth
\input tufte
\stopfullwidth
\input tufte
\stoptext

My questions are: Is there no more \startlocal, how to locally adjust the 
layout on a page and how to make the example work?

Thanks,
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Re: [NTG-context] doublesided wider paragraphs

2012-05-22 Thread Andy Thomas
Protrude in the margin, total width 400pt.

Andy
 
On May 22, 2012, at 6:52 PM, Marco wrote:

 On 2012-05-22 Andy Thomas andytho...@web.de wrote:
 
 But for doublesided documents the text on verso pages is
 incorrectly aligned.
 
 How should the paragraphs look like on even pages? As wide as the
 text or should they protrude into the left margin?
 
 Marco
 
 
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Re: [NTG-context] doublesided wider paragraphs

2012-05-22 Thread Andy Thomas
It only works without my page layout. Did I make a mistake using \setuplayout? 
With \showframe it looks fine though.

Andy

On May 22, 2012, at 7:04 PM, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:

 
 Am 22.05.2012 um 18:11 schrieb Andy Thomas:
 
 Hello,
 
 I am trying to change the width of a paragraph on a page. I found 
 \defineparagraphs and \setupparagraphs and it almost works. But for 
 doublesided documents the text on verso pages is incorrectly aligned. I 
 tried [location=inner], but the macros do not seem to be aware of that. I 
 also found \startlocal (\startlokaal) in the ConTeXt getting started pdf, 
 but Mk IV does not know \startlocal (any more?).
 
 My example:
 
 % setup the page format
 \definepapersize[wissenschaft][width=170mm,height=240mm]
 % use the new page format
 \setuppapersize[wissenschaft]
 % shape the page 
 \setuplayout[topspace=40pt,
  header=0pt,
  headerdistance=0pt,
  backspace=42pt,
  leftmargin=0pt,
  width=280pt,
  height=560pt,
  rightmargindistance=20pt,
  rightmargin=100pt,
  footer=0pt]
 %\showframe
 \setuppagenumbering[alternative=doublesided]
 
 \defineparagraphs
[fullwidth][n=1,before={\blank},after={\blank}]
 \setupparagraphs
[fullwidth][1][width=400pt]
 
 \starttext
 \input tufte
 \startfullwidth
 \input tufte
 \stopfullwidth
 \input knuth
 \startfullwidth
 \input tufte
 \stopfullwidth
 \input tufte
 \stoptext
 
 My questions are: Is there no more \startlocal, how to locally adjust the 
 layout on a page and how to make the example work?
 
 \usemodule[annotation]
 
 \define[2]\FullwidthCommand
  {\doifoddpageelse
 
 {\doadaptrightskip{-\the\dimexpr\rightmarginwidth+\rightmargindistance\relax}}
 {\doadaptleftskip {-\the\dimexpr\leftmarginwidth +\leftmargindistance 
 \relax}}%
   #2}
 
 \defineannotation[fullwidth][alternative=command,command=\FullwidthCommand]
 
 \setuppagenumbering[alternative=doublesided]
 
 \starttext \showframe
 
 \input tufte
 
 \startfullwidth
 \input tufte
 \stopfullwidth
 
 \input knuth
 
 \startfullwidth
 \input tufte
 \stopfullwidth
 
 \input tufte
 
 \startfullwidth
 \input tufte
 \stopfullwidth
 
 \input tufte
 
 \stoptext
 
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Re: [NTG-context] doublesided wider paragraphs

2012-05-22 Thread Andy Thomas
This works. Thank you for help.

Andy

On May 22, 2012, at 7:44 PM, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:

 
 Am 22.05.2012 um 19:29 schrieb Andy Thomas:
 
 It only works without my page layout. Did I make a mistake using 
 \setuplayout? With \showframe it looks fine though.
 
 You’re setting leftmargin to 0pt but I used in my example this value to 
 calculate the additional space. When you set the argument for \doadapt… to a 
 fixed value it will produce the right output but you can get an unexpected 
 output when the fullwidth environment appears at the start of a new page.
 
 \definepapersize[wissenschaft][width=170mm,height=240mm]
 \setuppapersize [wissenschaft]
 
 \setuplayout
  [topspace=40pt,
   header=0pt,
   headerdistance=0pt,
   backspace=42pt,
   leftmargin=0pt,
   width=280pt,
   height=560pt,
   rightmargindistance=20pt,
   rightmargin=100pt,
   footer=0pt]
 
 \setuppagenumbering[alternative=doublesided]
 
 \usemodule[annotation]
 
 \define[2]\FullwidthCommand
  {\doifoddpageelse
 {\doadaptrightskip{-120pt}}
 {\doadaptleftskip {-120pt}}%
   #2}
 
 \defineannotation
  [fullwidth]
  [alternative=command,
   command=\FullwidthCommand]
 
 \starttext \showframe
 
 \input tufte
 
 \startfullwidth
 \input tufte
 \stopfullwidth
 
 \input knuth
 
 \startfullwidth
 \input tufte
 \stopfullwidth
 
 \input tufte
 
 \startfullwidth
 \input tufte
 \stopfullwidth
 
 \input tufte
 
 \stoptext
 
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[NTG-context] stack marginals: text and figures

2012-05-21 Thread Andy Thomas
Dear ConTeXt group,

I am trying to stack text and figures in the margin. After getting some help, I 
am able to setup the text just fine, the notes do not overlap. I am also able 
to stack figures, they also do not overlap. But figures and text does not 'know 
of each other'. They do overlap.

I made a small example to show the behavior:

% setup the page format
\definepapersize[wissenschaft][width=170mm,height=240mm]
% use the new page format
\setuppapersize[wissenschaft]
% shape the page 
\setuplayout[topspace=40pt,
header=0pt,
headerdistance=0pt,
backspace=42pt,
leftmargin=0pt,
width=280pt,
height=560pt,
rightmargindistance=20pt,
rightmargin=100pt,
footer=0pt]
%\showframe
\setuppagenumbering[alternative=doublesided]

\definemargindata [margintext]
[
  location=outer,
  width=100pt,
 align=flushouter,
 stack=continue, % or yes
]

\starttext
This is a sentence.\margintext{This is a note in the margin.} Another 
sentence.\margintext{Another note.}
\placefigure[margin][fig:one]{This is a small 
figure.}{\externalfigure[test][width=100pt]}
\placefigure[margin][fig:two]{This is another small 
figure.}{\externalfigure[test][width=100pt]}
\stoptext

I also tried to do things such as \margintext{\placefigure...}}, but had no 
success. 

Is there a way to achieve a 'stacking' of all marginals?

Andy
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Re: [NTG-context] math symbol \doteq cause error in mk||

2009-04-21 Thread Andy Wong
No, after adding the \relax, same problem here.

Regards,

Andy

On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 8:40 AM, Wolfgang Schuster 
schuster.wolfg...@googlemail.com wrote:


 Am 21.04.2009 um 15:35 schrieb Andy Wong:

 Hello,
 I use the context minimal with updating to lastest beta. when using
 $\doteq$ in my equation, texexec catch an error:

 ! Illegal unit of measure (pt inserted).
 to be read again
   =
 \buildrel ...mathrel {\mathop {\kern \zerocount #2
  }\limits ^{#1}}
 l.3 Test $\doteq
$
 ?

 I check the definition in math-pln.mkii, the \doteq is defined as:

 \def\buildrel#1\over#2%
 {\mathrel{\mathop{\kern\zerocount#2}\limits^{#1}}}


   {\mathrel{\mathop{\kern\zerocount\relax#2}\limits^{#1}}}

 Did a \relax help?

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Re: [NTG-context] t-vim failed under windows

2009-04-10 Thread Andy
 Does

 mtxrun --verbose  --noquotes bin:vim -u NONE

 work correctly on windows?

Yes.

 What about if you run texexec --lua instead of context (with noquote 
 changed to noquotes in t-vim.tex)?

Same problem. The log shows:

MTXrun |
MTXrun | executing: vim -u NONE -e -C -n -c set tabstop=8 -c syntax on
-c set syntax=c -c let contextstartline=1 -c let contextstopline=0 -c
source c:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/third/vim/2context.vim -c
wqa vimdemo-vimsyntax.tmp 
MTXrun |
MTXrun |

You can see from above that the argument of vim command -c is not correctly
quoted. As mentioned in my last email, the \runvimsyntax generates an
incorrect vim command. For example, we expect the line in \runvimsyntax

-c \shellescapedquote syntax on\shellescapedquote\space 

Will be: -c syntax on in the vim command line. However, the log shows it
become to: -c syntax   on. I think that is one problem cause the failure.

I also tried type the command manually:

vim -u None -e -C -n -c set tabstop=8 -c syntax on -c set syntax=c -c
let contextstartline=1 -c let contextstopline=0 -c source
c:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/third/vim/2context.vim -c wqa
vimdemo-vimsyntax.tmp 

It works. File named vimdemo-vimsyntax.tmp-vimsyntax.tmp generated. Next
time run texexec will get the correct pdf output. 

Another found is if tried mtxrun as:

mtxrun --verbose --noquotes bin:vim -u None -e -C -n -V10log -c \set
tabstop=8\ -c \syntax on\ -c \set syntax=c\ -c \let
contextstartline=1\ -c \let contextstopline=0\ -c \source
c:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/third/vim/2context.vim\ -c \wqa\
\vimdemo-vimsyntax.tmp\ 

or 

mtxrun --verbose --noquotes bin:vim -u None -e -C -n -V10log -c set
tabstop=8 -c syntax on -c set syntax=c -c let contextstartline=1 -c
let contextstopline=0 -c source
c:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/third/vim/2context.vim -c wqa
vimdemo-vimsyntax.tmp 

No vimdemo-vimsyntax.tmp-vimsyntax.tmp generated. The vim log says that it:
could not source None 

It seems the vim may not received the -c source ... and other parameters.
So I move the vim command to a batch file: vimcmd.bat with following line,

call vim -u None -e -C -n -c set tabstop=8 -c syntax on -c set
syntax=c -c let contextstartline=1 -c let contextstopline=0 -c source
c:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/third/vim/2context.vim %*

then call 

mtxrun --verbose --noquotes bin:vimcmd -c wqa vimdemo-vimsyntax.tmp 
or
mtxrun --verbose --noquotes bin:vimcmd -c \wqa\ \vimdemo-vimsyntax.tmp\


It works well. I haven't linux/unix machine on hand so I didn't know if this
problem is only occurred in windows. Or the mtxrun related?


Andy

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Re: [NTG-context] t-vim failed under windows

2009-04-10 Thread Andy Wong
  It should be -u NONE (all capitals)

 -u NONE is the same result.

 It is mtxrun related. It works in linux, so it could be windows related. I
do not have a windows machine
 to test (and not enough diskspace to install windows on a VM).

mtxrun seems not execute the vim command line correctly.

 As a last resort, what does the log file say for this (all in one line)

mtxrun --verbose --noquotes bin:vim -u NONE -e -C -n -V10log -c \set
tabstop=8\ -c \syntax on\ -c \set syntax=c\ -c \let
contextstartline=1\ -c \let contextstopline=0\ -c \source
c:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/third/vim/2context.vim\ -c \wqa\
\vimdemo-vimsyntax.tmp\ 
The log file list as follows:
-

tabstop=8 [New File]
  line 0: set
--- Options ---
  helplang=En ttyfast verbose=20
noloadplugins updatecount=0   verbosefile=log
  iskeyword=@,48-57,_,192-255
 line 0: syntax
No Syntax items defined for this buffer
   line 0: set
--- Options ---
  helplang=En ttyfast verbose=20
noloadplugins updatecount=0   verbosefile=log
  iskeyword=@,48-57,_,192-255
 line 0: let
b:changedtick #3
v:version #702
v:beval_winnr #0
v:lnum#0
v:scrollstart  command line line 0
v:dying   #0
v:lang C
v:count   #0
v:progname vim.exe
v:cmdbang #0
v:foldlevel   #0
v:ctypeC
v:prevcount   #0
v:mouse_win   #0
v:count1  #0
v:foldstart   #0
v:foldend #0
v:profiling   #0
v:beval_col   #0
v:beval_lnum  #0
v:mouse_lnum  #0
v:beval_bufnr #0
v:shell_error #0
v:servername   VIM
v:lc_time  English_United States.1252
v:searchforward   #1
v:mouse_col   #0
v:statusmsgline 0: let
  line 0: let
b:changedtick #3
v:version #702
v:beval_winnr #0
v:lnum#0
v:scrollstart  command line line 0
v:dying   #0
v:lang C
v:count   #0
v:progname vim.exe
v:cmdbang #0
v:foldlevel   #0
v:ctypeC
v:prevcount   #0
v:mouse_win   #0
v:count1  #0
v:foldstart   #0
v:foldend #0
v:profiling   #0
v:beval_col   #0
v:beval_lnum  #0
v:mouse_lnum  #0
v:beval_bufnr #0
v:shell_error #0
v:servername   VIM
v:lc_time  English_United States.1252
v:searchforward   #1
v:mouse_col   #0
v:statusmsgline 0: let
  line 0: source
Error detected while processing command line:
E471: Argument required
   line 0: wqa

 If this does not work, does replacing bin:vim with bin:gvim work?

No.

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Re: [NTG-context] mtxrun --noquotes on windows

2009-04-10 Thread Andy Wong
I think I may not write it clear in my previous email. I run the command as

mtxrun --noquotes bin:vim -u NONE -c \set tabstop=8\ \test.tex\

which got the mtxrun output has spurious  before test.tex. if omit the \
around the test.tex, like this,

 mtxrun --noquotes bin:vim -u NONE -c \set tabstop=8\ test.tex

there are no spurious  in mtxrun output. However, both will make vim open a
new file named tabset=8 and the test.tex to be edited. That is the
problem. I guess under linux this command should open vim to edit the
test.tex only instead.


Andy


On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 1:40 PM, Aditya Mahajan adit...@umich.edu wrote:

 Hi,

 It seems that mtxrun --noquotes behaves differently on windows and linux.
 Can someone on windows (who has vim) check the following. Run

 mtxrun --noquotes bin:vim -u NONE -c \set tabstop=8\ test.tex

 You will enter in vim. Press :qa! to exit vim. What does the output on the
 terminal say? On my linux machine, I get

 MTXrun | executing: vim -u NONE -c set tabstop=8 test.tex

 Andy Wong tested it on windows and he gets

 MTXrun | executing: vim -u NONE -c set tabstop=8 test.tex

 Notice the spurious  before test.tex. This causes t-vim to fail on
 windows. Do others on windows get the same behavour? I do not see a reason
 why mtxrun should behave differently on linux and windows.

 Thanks,
 Aditya


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Re: [NTG-context] mtxrun --noquotes on windows

2009-04-10 Thread Andy Wong
Yes, if leave a space between the last two quotes, mtx output seems ok.

MTXrun |
MTXrun | executing: vim -u NONE -c set tabstop=8 test.tex
MTXrun |
But it still cause vim open two file named tabstop=8 and test.tex to
edit. So it seems vim treat tabstop=8 as a file? that still a quotes
problem, right? I also test if there no space in quoted arguments, such as

mtxrun --noquotes bin:vim -u NONE -c \help\ \test.tex\ 

This time vim will open the test.tex and  help window as expected. If any
command with space in -c parameter, vim can not correct executed.

manually execute the vim command:

vim -u NONE -c set tabstop=8 test.tex

vim open the test.tex only to edit as expected.
Andy
On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 2:49 PM, Aditya Mahajan adit...@umich.edu wrote:

 On Fri, 10 Apr 2009, Andy Wong wrote:

 I think I may not write it clear in my previous email. I run the command as

 mtxrun --noquotes bin:vim -u NONE -c \set tabstop=8\ \test.tex\


 If you quote the filename, then it should be

 mtxrun --noquotes bin:vim -u NONE -c \set tabstop=8\ \test.tex\ 

 Notice the space before the last quote. This will open two files test.tex
 and , but that it is ok. The last file is ignored by t-vim.

 which got the mtxrun output has spurious  before test.tex. if omit the \
 around the test.tex, like this,

 mtxrun --noquotes bin:vim -u NONE -c \set tabstop=8\ test.tex

 there are no spurious  in mtxrun output.


 So it is not mtxrun's fault.

 However, both will make vim open a
 new file named tabset=8


 You mean tabstop=8?

  and the test.tex to be edited. That is the
 problem. I guess under linux this command should open vim to edit the
 test.tex only instead.


 If vim is passed the correct command, I do not see why it should not
 execute it in the same way in windows. Try one more thing. Run

 mtxrun --noquotes bin:vim -u NONE -c \set tabstop=8\ \test.tex\ 

 mtxrun should report that it is executing

 vim -u NONE -c set tabstop=8 test.tex

 Execute the above command manually on the terminal. Do you get the same
 result in both cases?

 Aditya




 On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 1:40 PM, Aditya Mahajan adit...@umich.edu wrote:

 Hi,

 It seems that mtxrun --noquotes behaves differently on windows and linux.
 Can someone on windows (who has vim) check the following. Run

 mtxrun --noquotes bin:vim -u NONE -c \set tabstop=8\ test.tex

 You will enter in vim. Press :qa! to exit vim. What does the output on
 the
 terminal say? On my linux machine, I get

 MTXrun | executing: vim -u NONE -c set tabstop=8 test.tex

 Andy Wong tested it on windows and he gets

 MTXrun | executing: vim -u NONE -c set tabstop=8 test.tex

 Notice the spurious  before test.tex. This causes t-vim to fail on
 windows. Do others on windows get the same behavour? I do not see a
 reason
 why mtxrun should behave differently on linux and windows.

 Thanks,
 Aditya



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Re: [NTG-context] t-vim failed under windows

2009-04-10 Thread Andy Wong
It did not work, either. Same problem.


Andy
On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 3:13 PM, Aditya Mahajan adit...@umich.edu wrote:

 On Thu, 9 Apr 2009, Andy Wong wrote:

 Hello,

 I have tried the example using the vim mode to typeset some c codes. When
 I
 run the sample file, context stop with errors. the sample file and log
 file
 as
 list below. I use the windowsXP with the minimal context from ConTeXt
 garden
 and \write18 is enabled.  From the log file, it seems the vim command is
 not
 properly quoted as follows:


 Another attempt. Does the following test file work for you?

 %
 %%% Start file
 %

 \unprotect
 \def\shellescapedquote{\letterdoublequote}

 \def\runvimsyntax#1
   {\executesystemcommand
  {mtxrun --verbose bin:vim
   -u NONE  % No need to read unnessary configurations
   -e   % run in ex mode
   -C   % Set compatibile
   -n   % No swap
   -c \shellescapedquote set tabstop=\@@vstab\shellescapedquote\space
   -c \shellescapedquote syntax on\shellescapedquote\space
   -c \shellescapedquote set syntax=\@@vssyntax\shellescapedquote\space
   -c \shellescapedquote let
 contextstartline=\@@vsstart\shellescapedquote\space
   -c \shellescapedquote let contextstopline=\@@vsstop\shellescapedquote
  \space
   -c \shellescapedquote source
 kpse:2context.vim\shellescapedquote\space
   -c \shellescapedquote wqa\shellescapedquote\space
\shellescapedquote#1\shellescapedquote}}
 \protect

 \setupcolors[state=start]
 \usemodule[vim]
 \definevimtyping [C] [syntax=c]
 \starttext
 \startC
 #include stdio.h
 #include stdlib.h
 void main()
 {
  printf(Hello World\n) ;
  return;
 }
 \stopC
 \stoptext

 %
 %%% End file
 %


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Re: [NTG-context] t-vim failed under windows

2009-04-10 Thread Andy Wong
Thanks.
Andy
On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 3:28 PM, Aditya Mahajan adit...@umich.edu wrote:

 On Fri, 10 Apr 2009, Andy Wong wrote:

 It did not work, either. Same problem.


 Then, for the moment use your workaround of having a batch file. I will try
 to get access to a windows environment in a few days and then check what is
 going wrong on windows.


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Re: [NTG-context] mtxrun --noquotes on windows

2009-04-10 Thread Andy Wong
It may be windows has problem to handle the space in quoted parameters?
write those commands to a batch file then call by mtxrun works right. May be
it is a solution. :)

Andy

On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 3:32 PM, Aditya Mahajan adit...@umich.edu wrote:

 On Fri, 10 Apr 2009, Andy Wong wrote:

  Yes, if leave a space between the last two quotes, mtx output seems ok.

 MTXrun |
 MTXrun | executing: vim -u NONE -c set tabstop=8 test.tex
 MTXrun |
 But it still cause vim open two file named tabstop=8 and test.tex to
 edit. So it seems vim treat tabstop=8 as a file? that still a quotes
 problem, right? I also test if there no space in quoted arguments, such as


 I am beginning to suspect that it is a shell problem rather than a mtxrun
 problem. Mtxrun passes the correct commands and quotes to the shell, but the
 shell for some reason ignores that.


 Aditya

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[NTG-context] t-vim failed under windows

2009-04-09 Thread Andy Wong
Hello,

I have tried the example using the vim mode to typeset some c codes. When I
run the sample file, context stop with errors. the sample file and log file
as
list below. I use the windowsXP with the minimal context from ConTeXt garden
and \write18 is enabled.  From the log file, it seems the vim command is not
properly quoted as follows:

MTXrun | executing: vim -u NONE -e -C -n -V10log -c set tabstop=8 -c
syntax
on -c set syntax=c -c let contextstartline=1 -c let contextstopline=0
-c
source c:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/third/vim/2context.vim -c
wqa
vimdemo-vimsyntax.tmp 
I check the t-vim.tex, the definition of the vim command is correct. I don't
know why the \shellescapedquote is not properly resolved.
Any help? thanks.

Andy

---
Sample file:_

\setupcolors[state=start]
\usetypescript[modern-base][texnansi]
\setupbodyfont[modern,10pt]
\usemodule[vim]
\starttext
\title{Matlab Code Listing -- Color}
\definevimtyping [C] [syntax=c]
\startC
#include stdio.h
#include stdlib.h
void main()
{
   printf(Hello World\n) ;
   return;
}
\stopC
\stoptext
--

The Log file 


C:\Documents\TeXcontext --verbose vimdemo.tex
MTXrun | variable SELFAUTOLOC set to c:/context/tex/texmf-mswin/bin
MTXrun | variable SELFAUTODIR set to c:/context/tex/texmf-mswin
MTXrun | variable SELFAUTOPARENT set to c:/context/tex
MTXrun | variable TEXMFCNF set to
c:\context\tex\texmf{-local,-context,}/web2c
MTXrun | loading configuration for c:/context/tex/texmf/web2c from
c:/context/te
x/texmf-cache/luatex-cache/context/2fea56f92e5267d7cc9662e4d5f52e1e/trees/53ad5f
8b88994bdd02baa17501789699
MTXrun | locating list of c:/context/tex/texmf-project
MTXrun | locating list of c:/context/tex/texmf-fonts
MTXrun | locating list of c:/context/tex/texmf-local
MTXrun | locating list of c:/context/tex/texmf-mswin
MTXrun | locating list of c:/context/tex/texmf-context
MTXrun | locating list of c:/context/tex/texmf-extra
MTXrun | locating list of c:/context/tex/texmf
MTXrun | loading files for c:/context/tex/texmf-mswin from
c:/context/tex/texmf-
cache/luatex-cache/context/2fea56f92e5267d7cc9662e4d5f52e1e/trees/ad82a2edc94cf3
e384a3b09c57286765
MTXrun | loading files for c:/context/tex/texmf-context from
c:/context/tex/texm
f-cache/luatex-cache/context/2fea56f92e5267d7cc9662e4d5f52e1e/trees/3063f1ad75eb
7de075a8e56a9b4e93ce
MTXrun | loading files for c:/context/tex/texmf from
c:/context/tex/texmf-cache/
luatex-cache/context/2fea56f92e5267d7cc9662e4d5f52e1e/trees/e4a2bdb91bf5cb68211e
9b73648a473b
MTXrun | using script:
c:/context/tex/texmf-context/scripts/context/lua/mtx-cont
ext.lua
MTXrun | run 1: luatex
--fmt=c:/context/tex/texmf-cache/luatex-cache/context/2f
ea56f92e5267d7cc9662e4d5f52e1e/formats/cont-en
--lua=c:/context/tex/texmf-cach
e/luatex-cache/context/2fea56f92e5267d7cc9662e4d5f52e1e/formats/cont-en.luc
./
vimdemo.tex
This is LuaTeX, Version snapshot-0.37.0-2009040118 (Web2C 7.5.7)
 \write18 enabled.
(vimdemo.tex
ConTeXt  ver: 2009.04.06 18:43 MKIV  fmt: 2009.4.6  int: english/english
system : cont-new loaded
(c:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/cont-new.tex
systems : beware: some patches loaded from cont-new.tex
(c:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/cont-new.mkiv)
(c:/context/tex/te
xmf-context/tex/context/base/cont-mtx.tex))
system : cont-fil loaded
(c:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/cont-fil.tex
loading : ConTeXt File Synonyms
)
system : cont-sys loaded
(c:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/user/cont-sys.tex
(c:/context/tex/texm
f-context/tex/context/base/type-tmf.tex)
(c:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/conte
xt/base/type-siz.tex
(c:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/type-siz.mki
v)) (c:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/type-otf.tex
(c:/context/tex/
texmf-context/tex/context/base/type-otf.mkiv))
system : module plus loaded
(c:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/m-plus.tex))
system : vimdemo.top loaded
(vimdemo.top)
specials   : pdftex loaded
language   : language en is active
color  : mpcmyk color space is supported
color  : mpspot color space is supported
color  : system rgb is global activated
system : module vim loaded
(c:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/third/vim/t-vim.tex
loading : Context Module for ViM Sytax Highlighting
color  : system hex is loaded
(c:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/colo-hex.tex))
systems : begin file vimdemo at line 5
title   : - Matlab Code Listing -- Color
MTXrun | variable SELFAUTOLOC set to c:/context/tex/texmf-mswin/bin
MTXrun | variable SELFAUTODIR set to c:/context/tex/texmf-mswin
MTXrun | variable SELFAUTOPARENT set to c:/context/tex
MTXrun | variable TEXMFCNF set to
c:\context\tex\texmf{-local,-context,}/web2c
MTXrun | loading

Re: [NTG-context] t-vim failed under windows

2009-04-09 Thread Andy Wong
The same problem. It seems the \shellescapedquote generated to the wrong
position.
So vim complains the -c parameters is wrong.

Andy.

On Thu, Apr 9, 2009 at 4:22 PM, Aditya Mahajan adit...@umich.edu wrote:

 On Thu, 9 Apr 2009, Andy Wong wrote:

 Hello,

 I have tried the example using the vim mode to typeset some c codes. When
 I
 run the sample file, context stop with errors. the sample file and log
 file
 as
 list below. I use the windowsXP with the minimal context from ConTeXt
 garden
 and \write18 is enabled.  From the log file, it seems the vim command is
 not
 properly quoted as follows:

 MTXrun | executing: vim -u NONE -e -C -n -V10log -c set tabstop=8 -c
 syntax
 on -c set syntax=c -c let contextstartline=1 -c let
 contextstopline=0
 -c
 source c:/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/third/vim/2context.vim
 -c
 wqa
 vimdemo-vimsyntax.tmp 
 I check the t-vim.tex, the definition of the vim command is correct. I
 don't
 know why the \shellescapedquote is not properly resolved.
 Any help? thanks.


 Does changing noquote to noquotes in line 797 of t-vim help?

 Aditya

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Re: [NTG-context] xhtml form to pdf form?

2009-03-27 Thread Andy Wong
Thanks. The document is helpful. Now the textfield, radio button, etc. can
be translate to fields. But I am not very clear how to collect those fields
into a form and assign the form action. I saw the \setupforms command but
didn't find any examples to show how to use it. Any hints?

Andy.


On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 7:45 PM, Wolfgang Schuster 
schuster.wolfg...@googlemail.com wrote:


 Am 26.03.2009 um 18:14 schrieb Andy:

 Hello,

 I want to know if ConTeXt can convert xhtml form to pdf form? I learned
 some examples in Garden wiki about typesetting html files using ConTeXt. But
 they just translate the form tag to empty. Is there any ConTeXt way to
 handle forms just like the \form commands in latex package hyperref?
  Thanks.


 http://articles.contextgarden.net/article/111

 Wolfgang


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[NTG-context] xhtml form to pdf form?

2009-03-26 Thread Andy
Hello,

 

I want to know if ConTeXt can convert xhtml form to pdf form? I learned some
examples in Garden wiki about typesetting html files using ConTeXt. But they
just translate the form tag to empty. Is there any ConTeXt way to handle
forms just like the \form commands in latex package hyperref?  Thanks.

 

Andy.

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