Re: [NTG-context] Question on typesetting paragraphs with non rectangle shape

2015-10-25 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Page 441 of http://www.pragma-ade.com/general/manuals/metafun-s.pdf

Cheers 

Le 20 oct. 2015 10:32 PM, Joseph Canedo  a écrit :
>
> Hello all,
>
> I am quite new to ConTeXt and I wished to know if it was possible to easily 
> typeset paragraphs with non rectangle shape. More specifically I’d like to 
> make a paragraph which ends with a tailpiece, ie finishes like a triangle 
> (the text width decreases until reaching very narrow width at last line).
>
> Many thanks
>
> Best regards
>
> Joseph Canedo
>
>
>
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Re: [NTG-context] \installprettytype problem

2015-08-21 Thread Renaud AUBIN


Replace + V(ltgtstring) by -- + V(ltgtstring) at L175 of 
t-pretty-c.lua as a temporary workaround…


Le 2015-08-21 11:54, Matthieu Leroy a écrit :

Bonjour Renaud,

Thank you !
It works but there is some problem with the = or  operator. 
Please

see the attached files.

Regards,

Matthieu

Le 21/08/15 00:21, Renaud AUBIN a écrit :

Bonsoir Matthieu,

Give a try to https://github.com/nibua-r/pretty-c and tell me if 
anything goes wrong…


It's basically a rewrite of Peter's module adapted to mkiv + new 
verbatim (new at the time of writing)


I'll test it tomorrow… Anyway, you're welcome to contribute and/or 
submit issues.


Best regards,
Renaud

Le 20 août 2015 10:43 PM, Matthieu Leroy matt57.le...@orange.fr a 
écrit :

Hello,

I want to use the 
C-Pretty-Printing module.
According to the Verbatim page of the Context garden, I have to use 
the \installprettytype command, but this one doesn't work (error : 
undefined control sequence).


I'm using the 2015.08.13 19:33 Context version.

Example :

\installprettytype[C][C]

\definetyping[C][option=C]

\startC
  int func(int a){
if(a  4)
  return 0; // comment
else/* comment */
  return 10;
  }
\stopC


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Re: [NTG-context] \installprettytype problem

2015-08-20 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Bonsoir Matthieu,

Give a try to https://github.com/nibua-r/pretty-c and tell me if anything goes 
wrong…

It's basically a rewrite of Peter's module adapted to mkiv + new verbatim (new 
at the time of writing)

I'll test it tomorrow… Anyway, you're welcome to contribute and/or submit 
issues.

Best regards,
Renaud

Le 20 août 2015 10:43 PM, Matthieu Leroy matt57.le...@orange.fr a écrit :

 Hello,

 I want to use the 
 C-Pretty-Printing module. 
 According to the Verbatim page of the Context garden, I have to use the 
 \installprettytype command, but this one doesn't work (error : undefined 
 control sequence).

 I'm using the 2015.08.13 19:33 Context version.

 Example :

 \installprettytype[C][C]

 \definetyping[C][option=C]

 \startC
   int func(int a){
     if(a  4)
   return 0; // comment
     else    /* comment */
   return 10;
   }
 \stopC


 Thank you.
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Re: [NTG-context] [OT] − RobotoSlab Italics… or not

2013-11-24 Thread Renaud Aubin
Hi Hans,

Thank you for the review and your suggestions!

Le 24/11/2013 12:53, Hans Hagen a écrit :

 normally typescripts like that end up in tex/context/third (maybe at
 some point we can collect extra typescripts in one package)

https://github.com/nibua-r/roboto-context/issues/1

Extra typescripts collection is a good idea. I have at least some
typescripts here for Minion, Meta, frutiger, …
Any other contributed typescripts are welcome!


 a few suggestions:

 \definefontfeature[slanted][default][mode=base,slant=.25]

 best define roboto-slanted as you don't want to overload other
 definitions of slanted and this is rather font specific .. and are you
 sure you want base mode here?

https://github.com/nibua-r/roboto-context/issues/2


 \definefontfeature[roboto-slanted][slant=.25]

 \definefontsynonym [\s!SerifItalic] [\s!Serif]
 [\s!features={default,roboto-slanted}]

 should also work and delays default

RobotoSlab doesn't get slanted without mode=base and/or
features={default,roboto-slanted}. I can't explain why but maybe
Wolfgang could explain since he is the one who provided the solution in
the first place.

https://github.com/nibua-r/roboto-context/issues/3
https://github.com/nibua-r/roboto-context/issues/4


 also, name type typescript type-imp-roboto.tex (or .mkiv)

https://github.com/nibua-r/roboto-context/issues/1


 Hans


Best Regards,

Renaud

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Re: [NTG-context] [OT] − RobotoSlab Italics… or not

2013-11-23 Thread Renaud Aubin
Le 23/11/2013 19:08, Wolfgang Schuster a écrit :
 Am 23.11.2013 um 18:51 schrieb Renaud Aubin r...@renaud.io:

 Hi folks,

 I'm working on a Roboto typescript and starting from the work done by
 Zen Lima back in last July, I would like to push things further.
 Since I work on some Android projects and use Google Keep mostly on a
 daily basis, I was surprised to not find italics for the RobotoSlab
 (either on the web or by extracting the assets of the Keep package).

 Why am I surprised: Keep do have serif title placeholders for the new
 note EditText and I see it everyday!

 $ mtxrun --script font --list --all --pattern=robotoslab

 robotoslab  robotoslabbold  RobotoSlab-Bold.ttf
 robotoslabbold  robotoslabbold  RobotoSlab-Bold.ttf
 robotoslablight robotoslablight RobotoSlab-Light.ttf
 robotoslabregular   robotoslabregular   RobotoSlab-Regular.ttf
 robotoslabthin  robotoslabthin  RobotoSlab-Thin.ttf

 OK, RobotoSlab fonts are accessible and I have a working typescript to
 use RobotoSlab with ConTeXt MkIV (I'll made the git repo public soon).
 At first, my thoughts are: nevermind the Slab italics but now, I'm
 curious since Inkscape, LibreOffice, … propose the italic and bolditalic
 features of the RobotoSlab (check out the attached font-manager screenshot).
 I've worked with different kind of fonts'family (more or less complete)
 and used and modified many typescripts in my ConTeXter's life but there
 I should be missing something obvious. Where are the RobotoSlab
 Italics??? My experience is that italic and bolditalic should correspond
 to files… First guess: no files so the RobotoSlab Italic and BoldItalic
 features are just faked ones composed by my GNU/Linux Debian system. No,
 I must be wrong here too…

 Any thoughts on The Quest of the Hidden Italics of the RobotoSlab fonts!“?

 The font has no italic but inkscape slants the regular and bold styles to get 
 them,
 you can do the same in context with the slant key from \definefontfeature.

 \definefontfeature[slanted][default][mode=base,slant=.25]

 \definefontfamily[roboto][rm][Roboto 
 Slab][it=features:slanted,bi=features:slanted]

 \setupbodyfont[roboto]

 \starttext
 Regular {\it Italic} {\bf Bold} {\bi BoldItalic}
 \stoptext

 Wolfgang
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Thank you Wolfgang,

I've made a repo: https://github.com/nibua-r/roboto-context
Reviews are always welcome!

Any chance that this typescript could find a way to the main ConTeXt distro?

Renaud

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[NTG-context] pretty-java: a MkIV java syntax highlighting third party module

2013-04-28 Thread Renaud Aubin
Hello,

I'm working on a LPeg-based Java syntax highlighting module → see
https://github.com/nibua-r/pretty-java for testing and feedbacks.

Cheers,

Renaud
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Re: [NTG-context] Can C-Pretty-Printing module for MKIV be installed through first-setup

2012-06-17 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Le 11/06/2012 13:48, Peter Münster a écrit :
 On Mon, Jun 11 2012, Jan Pohanka wrote:

 I'd like to use C-Pretty-Printing module. As it is listed on
 http://modules.contextgarden.net I thought it should be installed by
 first-setup.sh --modules=all.
 No, it shouldn't, because it doesn't work with latest ConTeXt versions.

 You could also try
 http://tlcontrib.metatex.org/cgi-bin/package.cgi/action=view/id=367
 but I don't know, if it works with latest ConTeXt.

Fortunately  my c-pretty-printer package does work with a recent (i.e.
2012) context…

Jan, let me know if you use it, if you need help on installation
process, or if you would like to see some specific improvments.

Cheers,

Renaud

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Re: [NTG-context] new lucida font

2012-03-23 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Le 19/03/2012 11:36, Wolfgang Schuster a écrit :
 Can you try to attached typescript file, I replaced the files for italic and 
 bolditalic fonts for the sans style with the names from the latex example 
 document. The slanted and boldslanted alternatives for the sans style are 
 also 
 fixed.

 Wolfgang

+Small Caps support:
38,42d37
 \starttypescript [\s!serif] [lucidanova,lucidaot,otlucida]
 \definefontsynonym [\s!SerifCaps][\s!Serif]
[\s!features=smallcaps]
 %definefontsynonym [\s!SerifBoldCaps][\s!SerifBold]
[\s!features=smallcaps]
 \stoptypescript


The SerifBoldCaps line is commented out since I get an error at
processing… and can't figure why…

Renaud
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[NTG-context] [OT] − TEX line breaking algorithm in JavaScript

2011-05-11 Thread Renaud AUBIN
http://www.bramstein.com/projects/typeset/
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Re: [NTG-context] new beta

2011-01-18 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi Hans,

On Linux with debian minimals:

l.42 \loadmarkfile{catc-ini}
   
Please type another input file name:
! Emergency stop.
to be read again
   \relax
l.42 \loadmarkfile{catc-ini}

Cheers,

Renaud

Le 18/01/2011 19:55, Hans Hagen a écrit :
 Hi,

 I uploaded a new beta. The most important changes are:

 - Environments and modules are no longer loaded under protection so
 this has to be done explicitly in the files themselves. So far we
 haven't encountered problems with that change.

 - Some more cont-*.tex files have been split in mkii and mkiv
 versions. In mkii a tex file is loaded when no mkii file is found, but
 in mkiv only files with suffix mkiv are loaded. That way we stay
 compatible. This also means that cont-sys.tex is no longer loaded in
 mkiv which is okay as normally nothing in there concerns mkiv. If you
 use that file for setting up for instance another default paperformat,
 you'd better create a cont-sys.mkiv file. (Maybe that file should go
 and we should use the configuration file instead.)

 - The multilingual interface and messages are now loaded at the \LUA\
 end. If you observe problems, please let me know.

 - If you are adventurous you can add the following to cont-new.mkiv

\enablemode[*nofonts]

 This will postpone font loading and will be default soon. This saves
 runtime when you use another font than latin modern. When no font is
 loaded before the first \starttext, modern will kick in. A side effect
 is that any text typeset before \starttext will not show up in the
 output. If you observe that, you need to setup a bodyfont explicitly
 beforehand. In practice there should be no problems. The delayed
 loading is somewhat tricky but has been tested for a while.

 - There have been some fixes to linebreaks in verbatim. Hopefully I
 didn't mess things up too much.

 - An upcoming version will also have \nonknuthmode as default. You can
 test this by putting this macro in cont-new.mkiv.

 Hans


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Re: [NTG-context] new beta

2011-01-18 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Ok, using /usr/local/ConTeXt_version_2010.11.26 will not please the
resolver or something else because of the dot…
mv do the job

It would be nice to think of those like me who use dot into their naming
scheme… ;)

Renaud

Le 18/01/2011 20:13, Renaud AUBIN a écrit :
 Hi Hans,

 On Linux with debian minimals:

 l.42 \loadmarkfile{catc-ini}

 Please type another input file name:
 ! Emergency stop.
 to be read again
\relax
 l.42 \loadmarkfile{catc-ini}

 Cheers,

 Renaud

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Re: [NTG-context] Custom XML Pretty Printer

2011-01-18 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi Aditya,

I'm working on that…
When do you need it?

Cheers,
Renaud

Le 16/01/2011 23:06, Aditya Mahajan a écrit :
 On Sun, 16 Jan 2011, Renaud AUBIN wrote:

 Now available on tlcontrib:
 http://tlcontrib.metatex.org/cgi-bin/package.cgi/ruid=4591828845/action=view/id=388


 Any particular reasons why the spaces are not part of the syntax
 highlighting group? For example just add

 \def\RaXmlSnippetComment#1{«#1»}

 and observe the output:

 «!--» «T»«h»«a»«t» «i»«s» «a» «t»«e»«s»«t» «--»

 I want to use a different syntax highlighting scheme that provides
 background colors and such. For that, it will be much nicer if the
 output were

 «!-- That is a test --»

 Is that possible?

 Aditya


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Re: [NTG-context] new beta

2011-01-18 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Except that I used . And not *


Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl a écrit :

On 18-1-2011 10:04, Peter Münster wrote:
 Renaud AUBINau...@nibua-r.org  writes:

 It would be nice to think of those like me who use dot into their
naming
 scheme… ;)

 See also http://www.ntg.nl/pipermail/ntg-context/2010/052339.html ;)

well, having a * in a filename is a bad idea anyway

Hans

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Re: [NTG-context] Custom XML Pretty Printer

2011-01-17 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi Aditya and happy ConTeXters,

I've worked at the beginning to include those spaces in the different
syntax highlighting groups but failed. Considering the definition of
Comment in the grammar provided by t-pretty-ra-xml.lua:

−−−
we have the following lua code:
Comment =
makepattern(handler,comment, Comment_open) *
(
V(line) +
V(whitespace) +
makepattern(handler, comment, Comment_content)
)^0 *
makepattern(handler,comment, Comment_close),

Here I use the fallback mechanism to the default grammar, defined in
v-default.lua, with V(line) and V(whitespace).

−−−
To circumvent the problem described by Aditya, I assumed that I could do
(since I cannot remember my first experiments, ante git versioning):

local line =  patterns.newline * (patterns.emptyline)^0 * patterns.beginline
local whitespace = (patterns.space + line)^1
[…]
Comment =
makepattern(handler,comment, Comment_open) *
(
makepattern(handler, comment, line + whitespace +
Comment_content)
)^0 *
makepattern(handler,comment, Comment_close),

The newlines are no more detected… I've tried some other code but
everything failed…

I don't know if this is related but, as you have probably noticed, I
don't manage multiple empty lines too.

I'm out of ideas, good as bad…


Hans, or another Guru, to the rescue? More than a solution for Aditya,
it would be nice to give me some line/space stuffs' tricks since the
resulting code could be cleaner and leaner too…

Cheers,

Renaud

Le 16/01/2011 23:06, Aditya Mahajan a écrit :
 On Sun, 16 Jan 2011, Renaud AUBIN wrote:

 Now available on tlcontrib:
 http://tlcontrib.metatex.org/cgi-bin/package.cgi/ruid=4591828845/action=view/id=388


 Any particular reasons why the spaces are not part of the syntax
 highlighting group? For example just add

 \def\RaXmlSnippetComment#1{«#1»}

 and observe the output:

 «!--» «T»«h»«a»«t» «i»«s» «a» «t»«e»«s»«t» «--»

 I want to use a different syntax highlighting scheme that provides
 background colors and such. For that, it will be much nicer if the
 output were

 «!-- That is a test --»

 Is that possible?

 Aditya


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Re: [NTG-context] Custom XML Pretty Printer

2011-01-16 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Now available on tlcontrib:
http://tlcontrib.metatex.org/cgi-bin/package.cgi/ruid=4591828845/action=view/id=388

Cheers,

Renaud

Le 18/12/2010 23:39, Renaud AUBIN a écrit :
 Hi there,

 See http://gitorious.org/xml-pretty-printer-module-for-context for testing.
 As soon as I have made more testing and some improvements (inc. cleaning
 up), I'll submit to tlcontrib.

 Cheers,

 Renaud
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Re: [NTG-context] ConTeXt does not execute MetaPost (in debian experimental)

2011-01-10 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi,

\starttext
% \systemcommandmode % (doesn't work here, i.e. strange ^ char with
texexec and not defined by mkiv)
\startMPcode
draw fullcircle scaled 3cm;
\stopMPcode
\stoptext % (missing in your code snippet)

Tested on the following ConTeXt minimals version on an up-to-date debian
(amd64 unstable/experimental hybrid).
MTXrun | main context file:
/usr/local/ConTeXt_version_2010.11.26/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/context.tex
MTXrun | current version: 2010.11.26 22:49

Simplest test:
− Reported OK with context test
− Reported OK with texexec test

My experience is that it is best to use minimals, so maybe it can help
if you give it a try… That's trivial with ./first-setup.sh (I usually
suffix the dir name and use a plain ConTeXt symbolic link… just in case
to recover a previous version if the new one… um… doesn't work).

Best regards,

Renaud

Le 10/01/2011 17:18, Taco Hoekwater a écrit :

 Hi,

 My linux is not Debian-based so I cannot help much further
 (but I have changed the title of this reply in the hope
 that more debian people will read it)

 Best wishes,
 Taco

 On 01/10/2011 04:42 PM, Jonas Stein wrote:
 On 2011-01-10, Taco Hoekwatert...@elvenkind.com  wrote:
 On 01/10/2011 03:50 PM, Jonas Stein wrote:
 $ context test.tex

 MTXrun | forcing cache reload
 MTXrun | resolvers: warning: no lua configuration files found

 Something is wrong with your installation. Mkiv should have found
 a texmfcnf.lua at this spot. What distribution are you running?

 the system is debian testing.
 i have the distribution packages installed for texlive and so on.

 I got context from here:
 http://packages.debian.org/experimental/all/context/download

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Re: [NTG-context] ConTeXt does not execute MetaPost (in debian experimental)

2011-01-10 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi Aditya,

Hum… OK, my english is not so good but Tested on the following
**ConTeXt minimals** version on an up-to-date debian seems clear to me.
And, you are right: /usr/local is one of the place to install stuff
**not** installed by the debian package manager. ;)

Now, I have installed the pointed package for testing and I confirm the
result:
MTXrun | forcing cache reload
MTXrun | resolvers: warning: no lua configuration files found
MTXrun | resolvers
MTXrun | resolvers
MTXrun | the resolver databases are not present or outdated
MTXrun | resolvers: using suffix based filetype 'lua'
MTXrun | resolvers: using suffix based filetype 'lua'
MTXrun | resolvers: remembering file 'mtx-context.lua'
MTXrun | resolvers: using suffix based filetype 'lua'
MTXrun | unknown script 'context.lua' or 'mtx-context.lua'

Still investigating…

Renaud

Le 10/01/2011 19:14, Aditya Mahajan a écrit :
 On Mon, 10 Jan 2011, Renaud AUBIN wrote:

 \stoptext % (missing in your code snippet)

 Tested on the following ConTeXt minimals version on an up-to-date debian
 (amd64 unstable/experimental hybrid).
 MTXrun | main context file:
 /usr/local/ConTeXt_version_2010.11.26/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/context.tex


 Are you using the debian package that Jonas linked to?
 /usr/local/ConTeXt_version_2010.11.26 seems to be a strange place for
 a package manager to install stuff.

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Re: [NTG-context] ConTeXt does not execute MetaPost (in debian experimental)

2011-01-10 Thread Renaud AUBIN
I assume from minimals install script that you need to generate the
format with mtxrun --generate --tree=xxx --some --options but failed
at this point…
Maybe Mojca or Arthur (as authors of bin/mtx-update.lua) could complete?

Anyway, the post-install script packaged with that .deb doesn't seem to
do the job for you…

Renaud

Le 10/01/2011 19:36, Renaud AUBIN a écrit :
 Hi Aditya,

 Hum… OK, my english is not so good but Tested on the following
 **ConTeXt minimals** version on an up-to-date debian seems clear to me.
 And, you are right: /usr/local is one of the place to install stuff
 **not** installed by the debian package manager. ;)

 Now, I have installed the pointed package for testing and I confirm the
 result:
 MTXrun | forcing cache reload
 MTXrun | resolvers: warning: no lua configuration files found
 MTXrun | resolvers
 MTXrun | resolvers
 MTXrun | the resolver databases are not present or outdated
 MTXrun | resolvers: using suffix based filetype 'lua'
 MTXrun | resolvers: using suffix based filetype 'lua'
 MTXrun | resolvers: remembering file 'mtx-context.lua'
 MTXrun | resolvers: using suffix based filetype 'lua'
 MTXrun | unknown script 'context.lua' or 'mtx-context.lua'

 Still investigating…

 Renaud
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[NTG-context] Custom XML Pretty Printer

2010-12-18 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi there,

See http://gitorious.org/xml-pretty-printer-module-for-context for testing.
As soon as I have made more testing and some improvements (inc. cleaning
up), I'll submit to tlcontrib.

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Re: [NTG-context] colors for pretty-printing

2010-12-10 Thread Renaud AUBIN
I need to not redefine.

Quoting Hans: maybe you should protect the color names as for instance
redefining darkred might not be the intention

In fact, I just need to find unique names for my colors to not overload
the existing ones…

Renaud

 I still don't understand. Where do you need to redefine darkred?
 Cheers, Peter

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Re: [NTG-context] colors for pretty-printing

2010-12-10 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Ok but then why did you define a specific color palet?

local function color_init()
color = 0
local def_colors = -- \setupcolor[ema] introduces new line...
\\definecolor [darkred]   [r=.545098] ..
\\definecolor [orchid][r=.854902,g=.439216,b=.839216] ..
\\definecolor [rosybrown] [r=.737255,g=.560784,b=.560784] ..
\\definecolor [forestgreen]   [r=.13,g=.545098,b=.13] ..
…

Renaud
 With \setupcolor[ema] or \setupcolor[ema, x11, xwi] there are already a lot of
 predefined colors, so I don't think that you need new color definitions in the
 module
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Re: [NTG-context] colors for pretty-printing

2010-12-10 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Done and committed on
http://gitorious.org/c-pretty-printer-module-for-context-mark-iv
 In your t-pretty-c.mkiv you can use \setupcolor[ema] without problems.
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Re: [NTG-context] colors for pretty-printing

2010-12-07 Thread Renaud AUBIN

 You don't need that. There is already a standard interface for color and style
 configuration. Example:

 \setupstartstop[CSnippetComment][color=blue]

 So you can simplify t-pretty-c.mkiv:

 \unprotect

 \setupcolor[ema]

 \definestartstop
 [CSnippetName]
 [\c!color=darkgoldenrod,
  \c!style=]

 and so on...
   
OK, but anyway, I have to protect the color names (to prevent darkred
redefinition for example ;) )… So, I have made the choice to use
Csomething and it is not annoying as soon as the source color names are
kept…

Cheers

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Re: [NTG-context] pret-c.lua - v-c.lua

2010-12-06 Thread Renaud AUBIN

20:40 nibua-r committed 9c5877c
Color abstraction.

20:33 nibua-r committed 2a2a9e1
The test file now use t-pretty-c instead of u-pretty-c.

20:31 nibua-r committed 921eca5
u-pretty-c renamed to t-pretty-c as suggested by Hans. Colors are now
protected using the C prefix.

Concerning the color abstraction patch, one needs just to overload
Ccomment, Cpreproc, Cstring, Ctype, Ckeyword, Cname and Cfuncnbound to
use custom color scheme.

Cheers,

Renaud

Le 06/12/2010 15:04, Peter Münster a écrit :
 On Mon, Dec 06 2010, Hans Hagen wrote:

 maybe better the name t-pretty-c is better, of if you follow some
 strategy t-pretty-emacs-c or so (if there are many variants
 possible)

 The only thing in common with emacs, is the default color-scheme. You can get
 any variant just by changing the color setup.
 Peter


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Re: [NTG-context] pret-c.lua - v-c.lua

2010-12-05 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi Peter,
 Yes, I've tested with my standard test.tex and it's really good, even more
 coloring than my pret-c.lua !
I have added variable name coloring as in GNU/Emacs + { } block
delimiters coloring (that's straightforward when starting from Hans's
v-lua.lua).
 I let you add your copy(left) stuff
 Why me?
That code is not directly from your pret-c but You could be credited
since your work is my entry point…
 and I will make a public git repo on gitorious if you agree.
 Good idea (how could I disagree???).
Ok, then it will be done later this evening.
 Many thanks for your efforts!
Your welcome, that's only a small contribution considering all the
questions I have posted to that list until now.

Cheers,

Renaud



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[NTG-context] C Pretty Printer module for ConTeXt Mark IV (from 2010.11.26 22:49 version)

2010-12-05 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi folks,

A new c pretty printer is available on gitorious
http://gitorious.org/c-pretty-printer-module-for-context-mark-iv. It is
a LPeg rewritting of the previous pret-c.lua from Peter Münster.
Feedbacks and reviews are welcome.

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Re: [NTG-context] pret-c.lua - v-c.lua

2010-12-04 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Ok, I have made a first version available as a Dropbox ressource:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5289718/u-pretty-c.7z
It certainly needs some improvements (I have some in mind since I have
tested it on time.h ⇒ ouch). Feedbacks are welcome since I'll not use it
intensively in a near future.

Peter: could you test it? I let you add your copy(left) stuff and I will
make a public git repo on gitorious if you agree.

Hans: do you agree with the naming scheme and the copyright stuff before
I put it on gitorious?

Cheers,

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Re: [NTG-context] pret-c.lua - v-c.lua

2010-12-03 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi Peters,

I can either help or port if needed…

Cheers,

Renaud


Peter Münster pmli...@free.fr a écrit :

Hello,

Do I have to learn lpeg now, in order to port pret-c.lua to v-c.lua, or
is
there a simpler way?

Cheers, Peter

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Re: [NTG-context] Strange behavior (vertical space added!!!) with accentuated letters

2010-11-27 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Thanks to Wolgang and Otared,

My initial problem has disappeared using the latest beta 2010.11.26
22:49. I don't really know why but it works ;)
By the way, in the mean time, I've fixed that using the default grid
policy (i.e. removing grid=yes in setuplayout).

Cheers,

Renaud

Le 27/11/2010 09:57, Wolfgang Schuster a écrit :
 He can also try if a different grid option give the correct output
 without changing the interlinespace.

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Re: [NTG-context] how to flip even pages upside down??

2010-11-27 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi Leo,

Uh? Use the right printer driver and set the automatic duplex mode to
short edge/side?
Do you have any good reason to do that directly with your pdf instead of
using the printer configuration?
If yes, then http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Reference/en/setuparranging
and http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Imposition

Cheers,

Renaud

Le 27/11/2010 23:56, Leo Razoumov a écrit :
 Hi List,
 I am a new ConTeXt user coming from LaTeX background.
 To print duplex on my printer I need to flip even pages upside down. I
 looked into section 3.7 Arranging Pages of the latest ConTeXt manual
 (2010-10-26). It shows how to setup very elaborate page compositions
 but somehow I failed to find a solution for my little problem.

 Any help/advice is greatly appreciated.

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[NTG-context] BUG? Strange behavior (vertical space added!!!) with accentuated letters (was \inmargin / full textwidth line interaction)

2010-11-26 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi Wolfgang,

First, thank you!

Now, if I use some accentuated letters in title (the É just after the
second subsection and before \input zapf), there is an unwanted vertical
space… Bug, feature or misuse???
Could you confirm the bug? (the resulting pdf:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5289718/testWolfgang.pdf)

I use the latest minimals on debian 64.

Test −−
\setupbodyfont[10pt]

\setuplayout
  [leftedge=0mm,
   leftmargin=45mm,
   rightedge=0mm,
   rightmargin=0mm,
   backspace=60mm,
   topspace=10mm,
   bottomspace=10mm,
   header=0mm,
   headerdistance=0mm,
   footer=0mm,
   footerdistance=0mm,
   margindistance=0mm,
   height=middle,
   width=middle,
   grid=yes]

\setuppagenumbering[state=stop]

\setuphead[section]   [style=,command=\SectionCommand]
\setuphead[subsection][style=,command=\SubsectionCommand]

\define[2]\SectionCommand
  {\inleftmargin{\leftaligned{\structuretitle}}%
   \blackrule
 [ width=\textwidth,
  height=+.3\lineheight,
   depth=-.2\lineheight]}

\define[2]\SubsectionCommand
   {\vbox\bgroup
  \inleftmargin{\leftaligned{\em\structureuservariable{date}}}%
  {\bfa\structuretitle}\wordright{\tfx\structureuservariable{topic}}
%  \blank
  {\em\structureuservariable{info}}%
\egroup}

\starttext

\startsection[title={A Section}]

\startsubsection
  [title={The detailled topic (which takes more than one line)}]
  [date={The date},topic={Knuth’s topic},info={some text}]

\input knuth

\stopsubsection

\startsubsection
  [title={Éhe detailled topic (which takes more than one line)}]
  [date={Another date},topic={Zapf},info={some text}]

É
\input zapf

\stopsubsection

\startsubsection
  [title={The detailled topic (which takes more than one line)}]
  [date={Another date},topic={Zapf},info={some text}]

\input zapf

\stopsubsection

\stopsection

\startsection[title={Section}]

\startsubsection
  [title={Some details}]
  [date={A date},topic={Tufte}]

\input tufte

\stopsubsection

\stopsection

\stoptext

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Re: [NTG-context] BUG? Strange behavior (vertical space added!!!) with accentuated letters (was \inmargin / full textwidth line interaction)

2010-11-26 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Ok, that seems to be due to grid=yes…

Le 26/11/2010 20:25, Renaud AUBIN a écrit :
 \setupbodyfont[10pt]

 \setuplayout
   [leftedge=0mm,
leftmargin=45mm,
rightedge=0mm,
rightmargin=0mm,
backspace=60mm,
topspace=10mm,
bottomspace=10mm,
header=0mm,
headerdistance=0mm,
footer=0mm,
footerdistance=0mm,
margindistance=0mm,
height=middle,
width=middle,
grid=yes]

 \setuppagenumbering[state=stop]

 \setuphead[section]   [style=,command=\SectionCommand]
 \setuphead[subsection][style=,command=\SubsectionCommand]

 \define[2]\SectionCommand
   {\inleftmargin{\leftaligned{\structuretitle}}%
\blackrule
  [ width=\textwidth,
   height=+.3\lineheight,
depth=-.2\lineheight]}

 \define[2]\SubsectionCommand
{\vbox\bgroup
   \inleftmargin{\leftaligned{\em\structureuservariable{date}}}%
   {\bfa\structuretitle}\wordright{\tfx\structureuservariable{topic}}
 %  \blank
   {\em\structureuservariable{info}}%
 \egroup}

 \starttext

 \startsection[title={A Section}]

 \startsubsection
   [title={The detailled topic (which takes more than one line)}]
   [date={The date},topic={Knuth’s topic},info={some text}]

 \input knuth

 \stopsubsection

 \startsubsection
   [title={Éhe detailled topic (which takes more than one line)}]
   [date={Another date},topic={Zapf},info={some text}]

 É
 \input zapf

 \stopsubsection

 \startsubsection
   [title={The detailled topic (which takes more than one line)}]
   [date={Another date},topic={Zapf},info={some text}]

 \input zapf

 \stopsubsection

 \stopsection

 \startsection[title={Section}]

 \startsubsection
   [title={Some details}]
   [date={A date},topic={Tufte}]

 \input tufte

 \stopsubsection

 \stopsection

 \stoptext

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Re: [NTG-context] new beta

2010-11-26 Thread Renaud AUBIN

 The one I'm missing here is

 ! I can't find file `v-parsed-xml.mkiv'.
 to be read again
\relax
Confirmed here
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Re: [NTG-context] \todo

2010-11-25 Thread Renaud AUBIN
[OT / Emacs-related] It would be nice to have a ConTeXt export for
org-mode! Is there any org-mode users?

Le 23/11/2010 20:46, Procházka Lukáš a écrit :
 ... OK, thanks both for the inspiration.

 Lukas


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Re: [NTG-context] \todo

2010-11-25 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi Jörg,

It would be nice to have a native ConTeXt support… Ok ⇒ on my someday.org ;)
I'm interested by your (even-still-very-primitive) ruby script…

Renaud, implementing GTD with org-mode for 3 months

 Yes. I have been using org-mode for about 2 years, and I'm now doing
 everything except e-mail there. I have files like lectures.org that
 would contain everything pertaining to lectures: Dates and TODOs that
 I can export to the agenda, links to papers, tables with data, code
 blocks acting on those data (babel), and lecture notes and handouts
 that I export to pdf. The way I'm doing that is: export to a (latex)
 .tex file (provided by org-mode) and then converting to a ConTEXt .tex
 file with a (still very primitive) ruby script I wrote for the purpose.

 One of the advantages is that, in order to communicate with my
 colleagues, I can export to html and then (as long as the document is
 not too complicated) import it in OpenOffice.

 Cheers, Jörg

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[NTG-context] \inmargin / full textwidth line interac tion (was Toward the use of inleft…)

2010-11-25 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Since my previous post doesn't seem inspiring at all (sniff), here is a
simplified and more precise description of what need to be done:

1 − I need a full textwidth black line as separator with a short title
centered vertically at left
2 − This separator must be followed by text, and the inbetween vertical
space must be configurable (i.e. .5lineheight or a full lineheight
doesn't satisfy me)

My first idea has been to combine a vertically centered line with inleft
or inmargin but that introduces an annoying afterspace…
Another idea could be to combine some \hairlines or full textwidth
fillinline but then don't know how to vertically align my inmargin text…

−−− TEST
\setuplayout[reset]
\setuplayout[
  location=singlesided,
  leftedge=0mm,
  leftmargin=25mm,
  rightedge=0mm,
  rightmargin=0mm,
  backspace=40mm,
  topspace=10mm,
  bottomspace=10mm,
  header=0mm,
  headerdistance=0mm,
  footer=0mm,
  footerdistance=0mm,
  margindistance=0mm,
  height=fit,
  width=fit,
  grid=yes]

\setuppagenumbering[state=stop]

\setupinmargin[style=normal,align=outer]

\starttext

\inmargin{blurp}{\line{\leaders\hbox{\vrule width 1pt height .5\strutht
depth -\dimexpr.5\strutht-\linewidth\relax} \hfil}}
This is not a test

\stoptext
−−−
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[NTG-context] Toward the use of inleft for custom secti on's command… or not…

2010-11-24 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hello there,

Thanks to a hdd crash, I need to rewrite an old document of mine from
scratch (after setting up a software RAID on my machine).
Unfortunately, I let my ConTeXt faculties to rust…

I must deal with several problems (but I will apply the good old divide
and conquer rule).

So, here is a collection of unforgivable workarounds to produce what I
want to:

−
\enableregime[utf8]

\setuppapersize[A4][A4]

\setupbodyfont[10pt]


\setuplayout[reset]
\setuplayout[
  location=singlesided,
  leftedge=0mm,
  leftmargin=45mm,
  rightedge=0mm,
  rightmargin=0mm,
  backspace=60mm,
  topspace=10mm,
  bottomspace=10mm,
  header=0mm,
  headerdistance=0mm,
  footer=0mm,
  footerdistance=0mm,
  margindistance=0mm,
  height=fit,
  width=fit,
  grid=yes]

\setuppagenumbering[state=stop]

\setupinmargin[style=normal,align=outer]

\define[1]\SectionCommand {
\blank % just because I always need some vertical space just before my
Section
\inleft{\bfa #1}
{\line{\leaders\hbox{\vrule width 1pt height .5\strutht depth
  -\dimexpr.5\strutht-\linewidth\relax} \hfil}}
\blank[-1*big] % Are you kidding me with that negative blank???
}

\define[4]\TopicCommand {
\inleft{{\em #1}}{\bfa #2 \hfill \tfx #3}
% \crlf % OK, give me a newline! But, the problem is that there is a big
%   % after space from inleft!
\blank[-1*big] % REALLY DUMMY WORKAROUND!!!
{\em #4}
}

\starttext

\SectionCommand{A Section}
\TopicCommand{The date}{Knuth's topic}{some text}{The detailled topic
  (more than one line)}

\input knuth

\blank % Are you kidding me???
\TopicCommand{Another date}{Zapf}{some text}{The detailled topic
  (more than one line)}

\input zapf

\SectionCommand{Section}

\TopicCommand{A date}{Tufte}{}{Some details}

\input tufte

\stoptext
−

OK, I need that… but a clean version…

Best Regards,

Renaud
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Re: [NTG-context] XML pretty printer?

2010-11-20 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi ConTeXters,

I have a first operational version of my lpeg-based xml pretty
printer: http://www.nibua-r.org/gitsnap/pret-xml/
operational means:

1 − That pretty printer will type only partially valid xml file
test/other will be considered valid
test att=testsome invalid text / is not considered valid
…

2 − A real namespace management is missing, thus foons declarations will
be prettyfied as standard attribute and foo: will be processed just as
plain tag name.

3 − Endlines within CharData are not yet supported.

As I'm a lua and lpeg beginner, the code provided is not subtle nor
optimized…

That pretty printer is slightly different of standard pretty printer
since a lpeg grammar is applied on a full buffer, i.e. not on a
line-pre-line based approach. The main drawback, not verified, is that
if you have a huge xml file to process, it will just explode the stack…
An analogy: in memory tree xml vs. parser…

It's far from perfect but you are welcome to use, review and give feedbacks…

(… and OK, it's not packaged as a third party module yet…)

Renaud

Le 14/11/2010 23:54, Renaud AUBIN a écrit :
 Hi folks,

 For imormation, I'm curently rewritting the pret-xml.lua file pointed on
 that list previously… So don't miss too much time to review!

 I'm using LPEG now and I hope to submit something operational last week
 for those interested… The result will be far better than the previous
 version…

 Renaud
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Re: [NTG-context] XML pretty printer?

2010-11-20 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Ooops, it's not a detail but I need to precise that if the xml input is
not valid (from my custom pret-xml pov), nothing will be processed!

Renaud

Le 20/11/2010 20:40, Renaud AUBIN a écrit :
 Hi ConTeXters,

 I have a first operational version of my lpeg-based xml pretty
 printer: http://www.nibua-r.org/gitsnap/pret-xml/
 operational means:

 1 − That pretty printer will type only partially valid xml file
 test/other will be considered valid
 test att=testsome invalid text / is not considered valid
 …

 2 − A real namespace management is missing, thus foons declarations will
 be prettyfied as standard attribute and foo: will be processed just as
 plain tag name.

 3 − Endlines within CharData are not yet supported.

 As I'm a lua and lpeg beginner, the code provided is not subtle nor
 optimized…

 That pretty printer is slightly different of standard pretty printer
 since a lpeg grammar is applied on a full buffer, i.e. not on a
 line-pre-line based approach. The main drawback, not verified, is that
 if you have a huge xml file to process, it will just explode the stack…
 An analogy: in memory tree xml vs. parser…

 It's far from perfect but you are welcome to use, review and give feedbacks…

 (… and OK, it's not packaged as a third party module yet…)

 Renaud
   
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Re: [NTG-context] XML pretty printer?

2010-11-20 Thread Renaud AUBIN
+ zip and tar.gz available

http://www.nibua-r.org/gitsnap/

 I have a first operational version of my lpeg-based xml pretty
 printer: http://www.nibua-r.org/gitsnap/pret-xml/
 

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Re: [NTG-context] XSL-FO to PDF?

2010-11-14 Thread Renaud AUBIN
XSLT is fully adapted to XML/XML(fo or other target schema) since it was
the design basis…

My experience is:
− good xslt is (relatively) easy to design as soon as you master the
underlying data model
− xsltproc is REALLY REALLY fast for xslt 1 processing
− if you want something smarter, go for java with saxon/xerces, which is
performant too…

I'm the devil's advocate but what's your need to use ConTeXt. I have not
read all your threads but if you just need:
− to produce pdfs from xml data
− without advanced typesettings
you could use xslt to produce DocBook 5 xml file, include them using
xi:include href=./data/stuff.xml/, configure your layout with an
intermediate xslt + Fo xml config…

Once more, it depends on your original ecosystem and constraints…

If you provide a use case, I should provide a sample if you don't need
it within a couple of hours (but a couple of days)…

Best regards,

Renaud


Le 14/11/2010 22:36, Peter Davis a écrit :
 On Sun, Nov 14, 2010 at 4:31 PM, Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl wrote:

   
 On 13-11-2010 4:14, Peter Davis wrote:

 
 On 11/13/10 6:03 AM, Renaud AUBIN wrote:

   
 Uh ? Give FOP a try… http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/1.0/index.html
 Could you describe your target chain ? XML → FO → PDF ?

 
 Actually, I could write some XSLT to convert the XSL-FO into TeX or
 ConTeXt. But I was thinking it might be beneficial to use ConTeXt to
 process the XML (XSL-FO) directly ... get it all under one roof, so to
 speak.

   
 faster too
 

 Interesting point.  I initially assumed it would be faster to do all my XML
 processing in ConTeXt, but it occurred to me that perhaps using XSLT to or
 even home-grown XML processing, I could generate a stream of TeX that could
 be processed while I'm still producing it.  So one process might be looking
 at successive data records and generating TeX for the various pages, and
 another process could be simultaneously running TeX to typeset those pages.


 Plausible?

 Thank you.

 -pd

   


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Re: [NTG-context] XML pretty printer?

2010-11-14 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi folks,

For imormation, I'm curently rewritting the pret-xml.lua file pointed on
that list previously… So don't miss too much time to review!

I'm using LPEG now and I hope to submit something operational last week
for those interested… The result will be far better than the previous
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Renaud
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Re: [NTG-context] XSL-FO to PDF?

2010-11-13 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Uh ? Give FOP a try… http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/1.0/index.html
Could you describe your  target chain ? XML → FO → PDF ?

Renaud

Le 10/11/2010 00:22, Peter Davis a écrit :
 Is there some recent information on using XML, and specifically XSL-FO, with
 ConTeXt?  The pages on the contextgarden wiki appear to be 5 years old or
 more, and even the archive of this list seem pretty sparse on recent
 information.

 I'm trying to find the most direct route from XSL-FO to PS or PDF. I'll be
 generating hundreds or thousands of XSL-FO documents, and would like to
 process them.

 Thank you.

 -pd

   


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Re: [NTG-context] XML pretty printer?

2010-11-13 Thread Renaud AUBIN
I'm currently working on a pret-xml.lua if you are interested…
I have started it last year, forgot it, then began to rewrite it from
scratch last week…
I would like to obtain a rendering similar to oXygen xml.

That is a work in progress, but you can check it out:
http://www.nibua-r.org/gitsnap/pret-xml/

Le 12/11/2010 21:22, Peter Davis a écrit :
 Anybody have an XML pretty printer ConTeXt document?  That would make a
 great example of generic XML processing.

 Thanks,
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Re: [NTG-context] XML pretty printer?

2010-11-13 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Some precision. I don't think you could consider any pret-xml.lua as an
example of XML processing. What processing would you apply to your XML
file? Are considering to use directly lua to process your XML inputs?
Sorry, but that's not clear to me… You are certainly aware of the fact
that there is a plenty of SAX / XmlPulParser / CodeSynthesis Tree or
parser samples around on the www.

Renaud

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 Anybody have an XML pretty printer ConTeXt document?  That would make a
 great example of generic XML processing.

 Thanks,
 -pd

   


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Re: [NTG-context] XML pretty printer?

2010-11-13 Thread Renaud AUBIN
I'm currently working on my pret-xml… just implementing attributes parsing…
I will upload that asap (even if my lua is… really bad ;) )

My two cents: depending of the complexity of the underlying data model
tranported by your xml medium, you should consider another tool
(xsltproc, saxon, xsdcxx, …) and integrate it in your production chain.

Could you describe in detail what your need is (in or off-list)?

Renaud

Le 13/11/2010 13:52, Peter Davis a écrit :
 I was thinking of doing all the XML parsing in TeX/ConTeXt, so I was looking
 for examples of that.  I'm still trying to learn my way around ConTeXt, and
 XML handling in particular, so I thought a pretty printer would be a good
 example.

 Thank you!
 -pd

 On Sat, Nov 13, 2010 at 6:23 AM, Renaud AUBIN au...@nibua-r.org wrote:

   
  Some precision. I don't think you could consider any pret-xml.lua as an
 example of XML processing. What processing would you apply to your XML file?
 Are considering to use directly lua to process your XML inputs? Sorry, but
 that's not clear to me… You are certainly aware of the fact that there is a
 plenty of SAX / XmlPulParser / CodeSynthesis Tree or parser samples around
 on the www.

 Renaud


 Le 12/11/2010 21:22, Peter Davis a écrit :

 Anybody have an XML pretty printer ConTeXt document?  That would make a
 great example of generic XML processing.

 Thanks,
 -pd



 
   


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Re: [NTG-context] XML pretty printer?

2010-11-13 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi folks,

My custom XML pretty printer: http://www.nibua-r.org/gitsnap/pret-xml/
A direct link to the sample:
http://www.nibua-r.org/gitsnap/pret-xml/pret-xml_test.pdf

I'm sorry, the lua code is quite bad but I will improve it as soon as I
will figure out how to implement functors…

Feel free to improve…

Renaud

Le 13/11/2010 14:29, Renaud AUBIN a écrit :
 I'm currently working on my pret-xml… just implementing attributes parsing…
 I will upload that asap (even if my lua is… really bad ;) )

 My two cents: depending of the complexity of the underlying data model
 tranported by your xml medium, you should consider another tool
 (xsltproc, saxon, xsdcxx, …) and integrate it in your production chain.

 Could you describe in detail what your need is (in or off-list)?

 Renaud

 Le 13/11/2010 13:52, Peter Davis a écrit :
   
 I was thinking of doing all the XML parsing in TeX/ConTeXt, so I was looking
 for examples of that.  I'm still trying to learn my way around ConTeXt, and
 XML handling in particular, so I thought a pretty printer would be a good
 example.

 Thank you!
 -pd

 On Sat, Nov 13, 2010 at 6:23 AM, Renaud AUBIN au...@nibua-r.org wrote:

   
 
  Some precision. I don't think you could consider any pret-xml.lua as an
 example of XML processing. What processing would you apply to your XML file?
 Are considering to use directly lua to process your XML inputs? Sorry, but
 that's not clear to me… You are certainly aware of the fact that there is a
 plenty of SAX / XmlPulParser / CodeSynthesis Tree or parser samples around
 on the www.

 Renaud


 Le 12/11/2010 21:22, Peter Davis a écrit :

 Anybody have an XML pretty printer ConTeXt document?  That would make a
 great example of generic XML processing.

 Thanks,
 -pd



 
   
   


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[NTG-context] Dummy buff-ver.mkiv question

2010-11-13 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi folks,

From
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Verbatim_text#Defining_your_own_set_of_colors
and considering the following code snippet from buff-ver.mkiv

\definepalet
  [colorpretty]
  [  prettyone=colorprettyone,
 prettytwo=colorprettytwo,
   prettythree=colorprettythree,
prettyfour=colorprettyfour]

I conclude that we are limited to a four colors palet for our custom
pretty printer… Right or wrong?

Ok, from that basis, one solution could be to directly define custom
colors within pret-xxx.lua… but how?

Any ideas?

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Re: [NTG-context] XML pretty printer?

2010-11-13 Thread Renaud AUBIN
The local pret-xml.lua is used when running context on pret-xml_test
from the basedir.
To get the original pret-xml.lua and check the differences, just rename
pret-xml.lua to pret-xml.new and re-run context…
You should see some differences between the good ol'pret-xml and the
draft of mine… I don't remember if that's due to my configuration or if
that's the default behavior…

The color used is indeed the default one… See my last post
[NTG-context] Dummy buff-ver.mkiv question.

Renaud

Le 13/11/2010 21:18, Thomas Schmitz a écrit :
 On Sat, 13 Nov 2010 19:39:31 +0100
  Renaud AUBIN au...@nibua-r.org wrote:
 Hi folks,

 My custom XML pretty printer: http://www.nibua-r.org/gitsnap/pret-xml/
 A direct link to the sample:
 http://www.nibua-r.org/gitsnap/pret-xml/pret-xml_test.pdf

 I'm sorry, the lua code is quite bad but I will improve it as soon as I
 will figure out how to implement functors…

 Feel free to improve…

 Renaud

 Pardon my ignorance, but where in your test file is your pretty
 printer invoked? Aren't the colors you get the default ConTeXt colors?

 Thomas

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Re: [NTG-context] XML pretty printer?

2010-11-13 Thread Renaud AUBIN
This is a draft for review, not yet even the beginning of a real third
party module…
As soon as I will integrate the reviews from interested people, I will
properly set the third module stuff…
Thank you for your advice.

Renaud

Le 13/11/2010 21:40, Thomas Schmitz a écrit :
 On Sat, 13 Nov 2010 21:32:09 +0100
  Renaud AUBIN au...@nibua-r.org wrote:
 The local pret-xml.lua is used when running context on pret-xml_test
 from the basedir.
 To get the original pret-xml.lua and check the differences, just rename
 pret-xml.lua to pret-xml.new and re-run context…
 You should see some differences between the good ol'pret-xml and the
 draft of mine… I don't remember if that's due to my configuration or if
 that's the default behavior…

 The color used is indeed the default one… See my last post
 [NTG-context] Dummy buff-ver.mkiv question.

 Renaud

 Ah OK, now I see. But I don't think this is a good idea - creating
 your own file with the same name as files in the core. You should at
 least add a t- to the name so people see it's a third party addition.

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Re: [NTG-context] Dummy buff-ver.mkiv question

2010-11-13 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Thanks Peter, I should have found that myself, no comment ;) …

Renaud

Le 13/11/2010 23:04, Peter Münster a écrit :
 On Sat, Nov 13 2010, Peter Münster wrote:
   
 On Sat, Nov 13 2010, Renaud AUBIN wrote:

 
 I conclude that we are limited to a four colors palet for our custom
 pretty printer… Right or wrong?
   
 No.
 
 Better: wrong.

 Cheers, Peter

   

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Re: [NTG-context] POV-Ray

2010-05-18 Thread Renaud AUBIN

Hi, I indeed agree with Taco… but it depends on your input format, your
purpose, etc.

For me, the issue can't be resumed to a power comparison between povray
and metapost because these tools serve differents purposes!

If you want to obtain 3D realistic rendering (with raytracing), you
definitely have to use povray, YafaRay and co. and embed the resulting
image(s), or movies as usual (I myself never try to embed movies and
consequently can't state if that's possible).

Else, if you already have an existing 3D model (using 3ds, blend, lwo, …
format), wanted to *embed* (not just as an image) it within your final
document/pdf with *potential interactivity* and if realistic rendering
is not your point you should consider using u3d or prc format and read
and try to use it. Search the ML for further details. The main point
here is the 3D model conversion to u3d or prc…

If you start from scratch and really want to *embed* your 3D model,
consider using asymptote to produce a prc file and proceed as in the
previous point (see the ML for details). I have never done that.

The real issue is: what's your need ?

For example, on the one hand I have used u3d embedding for my PhD slides
because I wanted to be able to show some details of my 3D model but
doesn't want to open a heavy CAD application… On the other hand, I have
used povray renderings on the very same 3D model in my PhD thesis. I
have used metapost a lot for the same document, but only for 2D
diagrams… 


Best regards,

Renaud


Shiv Shankar Dayal wrote:
 Hi,

 I have needs of graphics which is very heavy and I am using metapost,
 metaobj and
 metauml. However, as you may know the problems which I have reported I
 think that
 it would be better if I use POV-Ray for images. Sure the file size is
 going to be blown
 up by a margin but I think metapost can not beat POV-Ray in terms of power.

Nor in terms of total processing time. ;)

 Please advice.

It totally depends on the type of images you need.

Best wishes,
Taco


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Re: [NTG-context] POV-Ray

2010-05-18 Thread Renaud AUBIN

Hi, I indeed agree with Taco… but it depends on your input format,
your purpose, etc.

For me, the issue can't be resumed to a power comparison between
povray and metapost because these tools serve differents purposes!

If you want to obtain 3D realistic rendering (with raytracing),
you definitely have to use povray, YafaRay and co. and embed the
resulting image(s), or movies as usual (I myself never try to
embed movies and consequently can't state if that's possible).

Else, if you already have an existing 3D model (using 3ds, blend,
lwo, … format), wanted to *embed* (not just as an image) it within
your final document/pdf with *potential interactivity* and if
realistic rendering is not your point you should consider using
u3d or prc format and read and try to use it. Search the ML for
further details. The main point here is the 3D model conversion to
u3d or prc…

If you start from scratch and really want to *embed* your 3D
model, consider using asymptote to produce a prc file and proceed
as in the previous point (see the ML for details). I have never
done that.

The real issue is: what's your need ?

For example, on the one hand I have used u3d embedding for my PhD
slides because I wanted to be able to show some details of my 3D
model but doesn't want to open a heavy CAD application… On the
other hand, I have used povray renderings on the very same 3D
model in my PhD thesis. I have used metapost a lot for the same
document, but only for 2D diagrams…


Best regards,

Renaud

 Taco == Taco Hoekwater t...@elvenkind.com writes:

Taco Shiv Shankar Dayal wrote:
 Hi,
 
 I have needs of graphics which is very heavy and I am using metapost,
 metaobj and metauml. However, as you may know the problems which I
 have reported I think that it would be better if I use POV-Ray for
 images. Sure the file size is going to be blown up by a margin but I
 think metapost can not beat POV-Ray in terms of power.

Taco Nor in terms of total processing time. ;)

 Please advice.

Taco It totally depends on the type of images you need.

Taco Best wishes, Taco


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Re: [NTG-context] How to use metauml in ConTeXt

2009-12-01 Thread Renaud AUBIN
 Joshua == Joshua Lee muz...@gmail.com writes:

Joshua Hi All, Is there any way to use metauml from ConTeXt?
Joshua http://thor.info.uaic.ro/~ogh/lop/

Joshua BTW, is there any ConTeXt modules to write uml sequence diagram
Joshua similar to http://code.google.com/p/pgf-umlsd ?

Joshua Thanks in advance.

Joshua Best regards, Joshua


Hi Joshua,

There we use the following chain:
- Edit UML diagrams with bouml (a really really great tool to design and
  for reverse engineering… )
- Export to SVG (take care of the font with qt-config if you want some
  consistency within your final pdf)
- SVG to PDF conversion with inkscape (command line + fonts embedding
  option if needed)
- just use the PDF as another external figure…

I'll check tomorrow if I have succeeded to optimize the fonts embedding
(this point has annoyed me a lot)…

From my POV, MetaUML is not adapted to a real production environment
(except at pure design stage)…

Worth give à try to bouml - pdf
Your UML diagrams should look great with a few bouml/fonts/qt-config
configuration.


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[NTG-context] Frutiger Typescript

2009-11-29 Thread Renaud AUBIN

Hello,

I know almost nothing of typescript but it seems to me that, for
Frutiger, type-buy.tex should contains:
% frutiger

\starttypescript [sans] [frutiger] [name]
\definefontsynonym [Sans][Frutiger-Roman]
\definefontsynonym [SansCaps][Frutiger-Roman]
\definefontsynonym [SansItalic]  [Frutiger-Italic]
\definefontsynonym [SansSlanted] [Frutiger-Italic]
\definefontsynonym [SansBold][Frutiger-Bold]
\definefontsynonym [SansBoldItalic]  [Frutiger-BoldItalic]
\definefontsynonym [SansBoldSlanted] [Frutiger-BoldItalic]
\stoptypescript

\starttypescript [sans] [frutiger] [ec,8r,texnansi]
\definefontsynonym[Frutiger-Bold]   [\typescriptthree-ftb]  
[encoding=\typescriptthree]
\definefontsynonym[Frutiger-BoldItalic] [\typescriptthree-ftbi] 
[encoding=\typescriptthree]
\definefontsynonym[Frutiger-Black]  [\typescriptthree-ftbl] 
[encoding=\typescriptthree]

\definefontsynonym[Frutiger-BlackItalic][\typescriptthree-ftbli][encoding=\typescriptthree]
\definefontsynonym[Frutiger-Italic] [\typescriptthree-fti]  
[encoding=\typescriptthree]
\definefontsynonym[Frutiger-Light]  [\typescriptthree-ftl]  
[encoding=\typescriptthree]
\definefontsynonym[Frutiger-LightItalic][\typescriptthree-ftli] 
[encoding=\typescriptthree]
\definefontsynonym[Frutiger-Roman]  [\typescriptthree-ftr]  
[encoding=\typescriptthree]
\definefontsynonym[Frutiger-UltraBlack] 
[\typescriptthree-ftubl][encoding=\typescriptthree]
%\loadmapfile[\typescriptthree-adobe-frutiger.map] % COMMENT THIS ONE
\stoptypescript

% ADD THESE
\starttypescript [frutiger] [texnansi,ec,8r,uc]
\definetypeface [frutiger] [ss] [sans][frutiger] [default] 
[encoding=\typescripttwo]
\loadmapfile [\typescripttwo-adobe-frutiger.map]
\stoptypescript

Best regards,

Renaud
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[NTG-context] t-vim / minimals

2009-11-19 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi,

I have just reinstalled ConTeXt after an HD crash with ./first_setup
--extras=all and t-vim seems to contain an error since I obtain (with MKII):

VIM - Vi IMproved 7.2 (2008 Aug 9, compiled Jul 30 2009 16:02:52)
arguments en trop apr?s l'option: -u NONE -e -C -n -c set tabstop=8 -c 
syntax on -c set syntax=rnc -c let contextstartline=1 -c let 
contextstopline=0 -c source 
/usr/local/ConTeXt/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/third/vim/2context.vim -c 
wqa prd_note_rex_ngc-vimsyntax.tmp 
Plus d'info avec: vim -h

! I can't find file `prd_note_rex_ngc-vimsyntax.tmp-vimsyntax.tmp'.
to be read again 
   \relax 
\dodotypevimfile ...\input #2-vimsyntax.tmp\relax 
  \egroup \@@vsafter 
l.142 \stopRNC
  
(Press Enter to retry, or Control-D to exit)
Please type another input file name: 
! I can't find file `prd_note_rex_ngc-vimsyntax.tmp-vimsyntax.tmp'.
to be read again 
   \relax 
\dodotypevimfile ...\input #2-vimsyntax.tmp\relax 
  \egroup \@@vsafter 
l.142 \stopRNC
  
(Press Enter to retry, or Control-D to exit)
Please type another input file name: 

It seems to be known since I have already found some topics on this
issue.

Using --noquotes for the mtxrun call used within the \runvimsyntax
definition fixes the matter here. Does anybody could reupload for
minimals?

Best regards,

Renaud
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[NTG-context] texutil --purgeallfiles

2009-11-19 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi,

Trying to use the good old days texutil --purgeallfiles, I obtain:
ren...@daneel:~/ConTeXt/notes/src$ texutil --purgeallfiles
/usr/local/ConTeXt/tex/texmf-context/scripts/context/ruby/base/texutil.rb:1:in 
`require': no such file to load -- base/file (LoadError)
from 
/usr/local/ConTeXt/tex/texmf-context/scripts/context/ruby/base/texutil.rb:1

My ruby dist seems to work well in a nominal context. Is texutil fully
functional for other debian 64 / minimals users?

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Re: [NTG-context] texutil --purgeallfiles

2009-11-19 Thread Renaud AUBIN
ctxtools --purgeall doesn't exist but ctxtools --purgefiles works well.
Besides, context --purge(all) works but from your question I realize
that context --purge certainly wraps a ctxtools' call.

 Aditya == Aditya Mahajan adit...@umich.edu writes:

Aditya On Thu, 19 Nov 2009, Renaud AUBIN wrote:
 Hi,
 
 Trying to use the good old days texutil --purgeallfiles, I obtain:
 ren...@daneel:~/ConTeXt/notes/src$ texutil --purgeallfiles
 /usr/local/ConTeXt/tex/texmf-context/scripts/context/ruby/base/texutil.rb:1:in
 `require': no such file to load -- base/file (LoadError) from
 /usr/local/ConTeXt/tex/texmf-context/scripts/context/ruby/base/texutil.rb:1
 
 My ruby dist seems to work well in a nominal context. Is texutil
 fully functional for other debian 64 / minimals users?

Aditya Does ctxtools --purgeall work?

Aditya Aditya


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Re: [NTG-context] texutil --purgeallfiles

2009-11-19 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Ouch, bad news for me, perhaps my ruby is buggy: ruby 1.8.7 (2009-06-12 
patchlevel 174) [x86_64-linux]

 Alan == Alan BRASLAU alan.bras...@cea.fr writes:

Alan On Thursday 19 November 2009 20:46:40 Renaud AUBIN wrote:
 Hi,
 
 Trying to use the good old days texutil --purgeallfiles, I obtain:
 ren...@daneel:~/ConTeXt/notes/src$ texutil --purgeallfiles
 /usr/local/ConTeXt/tex/texmf-context/scripts/context/ruby/base/texutil.rb:1
 :in `require': no such file to load -- base/file (LoadError) from
 /usr/local/ConTeXt/tex/texmf-context/scripts/context/ruby/base/texutil.rb:
 1
 
 My ruby dist seems to work well in a nominal context. Is texutil
 fully functional for other debian 64 / minimals users?

Alan texutil --purgeallfiles works fine here: debian sid amd64 under
Alan latest context minimals

Alan Alan
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Re: [NTG-context] from latex pstricks to context

2009-07-13 Thread Renaud Aubin

R. Bastian a écrit :

2. is there a way to translate Latex - Context ?

PS: i dont like metapost

Salut,

From my humble experience, I have faced the very same dilemna (back in 
2003) and... I have switched to metapost...
Did you try to use metapost + metaobj ? See sections 10.3 and 7.7 of 
http://tex.loria.fr/prod-graph/momanual.pdf.


What's the complexity of your graphics? Did you use special pst-circ 
stuffs or others?


If you choose to get stuck with pstricks because you don't like 
metapost, you should use \externalfigure.


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Re: [NTG-context] pretty C with MKIV

2009-07-07 Thread Renaud Aubin

Hello Peter,

Does the following work for you ?


\definevimtyping[XML][syntax=xml]
\definetypevimfile[typeXML][syntax=xml]

[...]

\typeXML{./xml_samples/sample.xml}


Renaud


Peter Münster a écrit :

On Tue, 7 Jul 2009, Peter Münster wrote:


(I've tried t-vim.tex, but it seems to be broken:
ERROR: I can't find file `test-vimsyntax.tmp-vimsyntax.tmp'.)


Ok, t-vim.tex works now. The mtxrun part was the problem. Here my new
version of the \runvimsyntax macro (perhaps no more MS-Windows
compatibility):

\def\runvimsyntax#1
   {\executesystemcommand
  {vim
   -u NONE  % No need to read unnessary configurations
   -e   % run in ex mode
   -C   % Set compatibile
   -n   % No swap
%  -V10log  % For debugging only, will go away later.
   -c set tabstop=\@@vstab
   -c syntax on
   -c set syntax=\@@vssyntax
   -c let contextstartline=\@@vsstart
   -c let contextstopline=\@@vsstop
   -c source `kpsewhich 2context.vim`
   -c wqa #1}}

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Re: [NTG-context] pdf with password/security

2009-07-03 Thread Renaud Aubin

You can also use podofoencrypt (http://podofo.sourceforge.net/)

Renaud

Hans Hagen a écrit :

Ciro Soto wrote:

Hi all,
I am planning to offer a poetry book in electronic format as well as
paper format.
How would I produce the pdf file with security/password using context?


it's something one does afterwards

ghostscript can do encryption

or just use acrobat professional for it

Hans

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Re: [NTG-context] Mark IV Syntax highlighting support

2009-07-01 Thread Renaud Aubin

Hi folks !

I have just finished a first draft of pret-xml.lua:
- I need to improve its coverage (html);
- DTD declaration is not yet managed;
- I do nothing about re-indentation since I prefer to format my xml 
sample by myself (by hand or using xmllint);
- That's my first try to lua/luatex (after several months of Java...) so 
my definitions (esp. for functions) is not clean at all (you have been 
warned);


I have done it the trial/error way without much design reflexion just 
for fun (I'm on vacation)... I'm not sure it will be reusable...


Take all your test files and please report issues (or give me advices)! ;)

Thank you Matthijs!

Regards,

Renaud

Matthijs Kooijman a écrit :

Hey all,


./tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/verb-.*\.lua !

Actually, in newer versions (since a month or so), that's pret-*.lua.


Where to start with this topic (current state in Mark IV, roadmap, ...) ?

I've been struggling with this a bit as well lately and found there was next
to no documentation. I've managed to create my own pretty printer, and tried
to update the docs a bit. See [1] and [2] on the wiki for more info. There are
still some details I don't get (why is there a line() hook, what is all this
nesting stuff, etc.), so feel free to find out more and improve these pages!

Gr.

Matthijs

[1]: http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Verbatim_text#Your_own_formatter
[2]: http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Custom_pretty_printer



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if not modules then modules = { } end modules ['pret-xml'] = {
version   = 1.001,
comment   = from pret-.*\.lua, http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Verbatim_text#Your_own_formatter and http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Custom_pretty_printer;,
author= Renaud AUBIN,
copyright = to be defined,
license   = to be defined
}

local utf = unicode.utf8

local utfcharacters, utfvalues = string.utfcharacters, string.utfvalues
local utfbyte, utffind = utf.byte, utf.find
local byte, sub, find, gfind, match = string.byte, string.sub, string.find, string.gfind, string.match
local texsprint, texwrite = tex.sprint, tex.write
local ctxcatcodes = tex.ctxcatcodes

local change_state, finish_state = buffers.change_state, buffers.finish_state

buffers.visualizers.xml = buffers.visualizers.xml or { }
buffers.visualizers.xml.identifiers = buffers.visualizers.xml.identifiers or { }

incomment = false

local colors = {
   prettyone,
   prettytwo,
   prettythree,
   prettyfour,
   prettyfive,
   prettysix,
   prettyseven
}

local states = {
   ['namespace']=  1,
   ['element']  =  2,
   ['attrname'] =  3,
   ['attrvalue']=  4,
   ['prolog']   =  5,
   ['comment']  =  6,
   ['pi']   =  7
}

local function flush_text(str)
   for c in utfcharacters(str) do
  if c ==   then texsprint(ctxcatcodes,\\obs) else texwrite(c) end
   end
end

local function process_attribute(str)
   local name, value, state = , , 0
   buffers.currentcolors = colors
   local name,value = match(str,^(.-)=(\.-\)$)

   state = change_state(states['attrname'], state)
   flush_text(name)
   state = finish_state(state)
   texwrite(=)
   state = change_state(states['attrvalue'], state)
   flush_text(value)
   state = finish_state(state)
end

local function process_namespace(str)
   local state = 0
   buffers.currentcolors = colors
   
   state = change_state(states['namespace'], state)
   flush_text(str)
   state = finish_state(state)
   texwrite(:)
end

local function process_element(str)
   local state = 0
   buffers.currentcolors = colors
   
   state = change_state(states['element'], state)
   flush_text(str)
   state = finish_state(state)
end

local function process_comment(str)
   local state = 0
   buffers.currentcolors = colors
   
   state = change_state(states['comment'], state)
   flush_text(str)
   state = finish_state(state)
end

function process_tag(str)
   local name, value, state = , , 0
   buffers.currentcolors = colors

   if match(str,^%?xml.-%?$) then
  local prolog = match(str,^%?xml(.-)%?$)  
  state = change_state(states['pi'], state)
  texwrite(?)
  state = finish_state(state)
  state = change_state(states['prolog'], state)
  texwrite(xml)
  state = finish_state(state)
  repeat prolog=recursive_processing(prolog) until prolog==nil
  state = change_state(states['pi'], state)
  texwrite(?)
  state = finish_state(state)
   elseif match

[NTG-context] Mark IV Syntax highlighting support

2009-06-29 Thread Renaud Aubin

Hi folks,

Where to start with this topic (current state in Mark IV, roadmap, ...) ?

Renaud
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Re: [NTG-context] Mark IV Syntax highlighting support

2009-06-29 Thread Renaud Aubin

./tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/verb-.*\.lua !

Renaud Aubin a écrit :

Hi folks,

Where to start with this topic (current state in Mark IV, roadmap, ...) ?

Renaud
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Re: [NTG-context] 3D PDF support (AKA asymptote support)

2009-06-05 Thread Renaud Aubin

Michail Vidiassov a écrit :
While MeshLab may be of great use if you have to convert old data or 
process output from some existing tool, in cases when you make your 
model from scratch by hand or create 3D model file in your own program 
Asymptote may be a better choice since it supports newer PRC 3D 
format, that is much richer in features and has better prospects when 
it comes to support and development by Adobe. On the minus side 
Asymptote is under active development and some of its advantages are 
not there yet - but so is ConTeXt.
Ouch, another new 3D format! This will never end. I bet no valuable Open 
Source modeler (i.e. blender) support this one. The fact that asy 
supports PRC is good but I have no illusion about the conclusion of the 
3d formats' war (just an endless pain for developpers)...


Renaud
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Re: [NTG-context] TikZ, MKIV and font switching

2009-04-08 Thread Renaud Aubin

Mojca Miklavec a écrit :

I don't know about helvetica since it's broken at the moment, but with
   \usetypescript[palatino]
   \setupbodyfont[palatino,12pt]
the labels inside the mindmap are already typeset in gyre palatino
here. What version of ConTeXt/LuaTeX/TikZ do you use?

In MKII the colors are broken though. Hans? Has anything changed in
color handling mechanism recently? I don't know whether I need to
bribe you or Till Tantau to fix the issue. (But I need to admit that I
didn't update ConTeXt in the last few days.)
With MKIV (ConTeXt  ver: 2009.04.06 21:42 MKIV  fmt: 2009.4.8  int: 
english/english) and latest t-tikz the result is good with palatino.


I have processed the test file with

\startMPenvironment[global]
 \usetypescript[postscript]
 \setupbodyfont[postscript,ss,12pt]
\stopMPenvironment

and the mindmap labels are in Termes... Any idea about a workaround to 
obtain my labels in Heros ?


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[NTG-context] TikZ, MKIV and font switching

2009-04-07 Thread Renaud Aubin

Hi folks,

I would use TikZ/mindmap to make some figures for a paper. Since I
have to install TikZ, I have updated my minimals yesterday and began
to really use MKIV. My problem is that when I process

\enableregime[utf8]
\useencoding[ffr]
\mainlanguage[fr]

\usetypescript[helvetica][texnansi]
\setupbodyfont[helvetica,12pt]

\setupcolors[state=start]

\usemodule[tikz]
\usetikzlibrary[mindmap]

\starttext
\input knuth

\starttikzpicture[font=\nofont,mindmap,text=white,
 root concept/.style={concept color=blue},
 level 1 concept/.append style=
 {every child/.style={concept color=blue!50}}]
 \node [concept] {Root Concept}
 child[grow=30] {node[concept] {child}}
 child[grow=0 ] {node[concept] {child}};
\stoptikzpicture

\input tufte
\stoptext

the font switching is OK for the \input *** things but not for the
embedded text. That's probably due to my lack of knowledge of TikZ but
I have just found nothing usefull (nothing evident even in the pgf
manual) about font switching within TikZ pictures with ConTeXt...

(This is LuaTeX, Version snapshot-0.37.0-2009040617 (Web2C 7.5.7))

Best regards,

Renaud

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Re: [NTG-context] embedding 3d pdf

2008-11-22 Thread Renaud Aubin
See http://www.nibua-r.org/ConTeXt/PhD/aubin-slides.pdf as a use case 
(pages 17 and 25).
Let me know if you want the full source code...

Renaud

Renaud Aubin a écrit :
 Hi Michail,

 See http://www.nibua-r.org/ConTeXt/devel/

 Regards,

 Renaud
   
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Re: [NTG-context] embedding 3d pdf

2008-11-22 Thread Renaud Aubin
Blender (+type1 font) then Right Hemisphere for the conversion...

luigi scarso a écrit :
 On Sat, Nov 22, 2008 at 6:23 PM, Renaud Aubin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
   
 Hi Michail,

 See http://www.nibua-r.org/ConTeXt/devel/

 Regards,

 Renaud
 

 How do you make this
 http://www.nibua-r.org/ConTeXt/devel/new3dartwork/models/context.u3d


   

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Re: [NTG-context] embedding 3d pdf

2008-11-22 Thread Renaud Aubin
Oups... too fast : + using .3ds as an intermediate format :
blend -- 3ds -- u3d

Renaud Aubin a écrit :
 Blender (+type1 font) then Right Hemisphere for the conversion...
   

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Re: [NTG-context] embedding 3d pdf

2008-11-22 Thread Renaud Aubin
Blender is... but u3d export is not possible with open source tools in 
2006/ early 2007


luigi scarso a écrit :
 On Sat, Nov 22, 2008 at 6:53 PM, Renaud Aubin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
   
 Blender (+type1 font) then Right Hemisphere for the conversion...
 
 Nothing open source ?
   

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Re: [NTG-context] embedding 3d pdf

2008-11-22 Thread Renaud Aubin
See http://www.blender.org/ and
http://www.righthemisphere.com/products/dexp/de_std.html (I've used an
old windows version of Deep Exploration)

Idris Samawi Hamid ادريس سماوي حامد a écrit :
 On Sat, 22 Nov 2008 10:53:33 -0700, Renaud Aubin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

   
 Blender (+type1 font) then Right Hemisphere for the conversion...
 

 What is Blender -- the name is too generic for google...

 Idris

   


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Re: [NTG-context] embedding 3d pdf

2008-11-22 Thread Renaud Aubin
Great, i've googlized and found 
http://artandlogic.blogspot.com/2008/08/blender-to-acrobat-3d.html then 
http://meshlab.sourceforge.net/

It's worth to give a try to this CAD chain!

Renaud Aubin a écrit :
 Blender is... but u3d export is not possible with open source tools in 
 2006/ early 2007


 luigi scarso a écrit :
   
 On Sat, Nov 22, 2008 at 6:53 PM, Renaud Aubin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
   
 
 Blender (+type1 font) then Right Hemisphere for the conversion...
 
   
 Nothing open source ?
   
 

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Re: [NTG-context] embedding 3d pdf

2008-11-22 Thread Renaud Aubin
See http://www.blender.org/ and 
http://www.righthemisphere.com/products/dexp/de_std.html (I've used an 
old windows version of Deep Exploration)

Idris Samawi Hamid ادريس سماوي حامد a écrit :
 On Sat, 22 Nov 2008 10:53:33 -0700, Renaud Aubin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

   
 Blender (+type1 font) then Right Hemisphere for the conversion...
 

 What is Blender -- the name is too generic for google...

 Idris

   

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[NTG-context] Color rendering transparency with metapost

2008-10-31 Thread Renaud Aubin
Hi,

I have some trouble using a gradient background (solid) with a 
transparent element :

  \startMPinclusions
def test_shade (expr a, b) =
pickup pencircle scaled 1mm ;
color ca ; ca := \MPcolor{a} ;
color cb ; cb := \MPcolor{b} ;
color cc ; cc := \MPcolor{c} ;
sh := define_linear_shade(origin 
shifted(0cm,.5*\overlayheight),origin,ca,cb) ;
fill fullsquare xscaled \overlaywidth yscaled \overlayheight 
withshade sh;
draw origin withcolor cc;
draw origin shifted(0cm,-.25*\overlayheight) withcolor cc;
enddef ;
  \stopMPinclusions

  \setupcolors[state=start]
  \definecolor[a][r=.57254902,g=.784313725,b=.917647059]
  \definecolor[b][white]
  \definecolor[c][darkred]
  \starttext
 
  \defineoverlay[bgoverlay][\uniqueMPgraphic{bg_top_shade}]
  \setupbackgrounds[page][background=bgoverlay]
  \startuniqueMPgraphic{bg_top_shade}
test_shade(origin, origin shifted(0cm,1cm));
draw fullcircle scaled 10cm shifted (0cm,0.25*\overlayheight) 
withcolor transparent(1,0.5,white) withpen pencircle scaled 2cm;

 If you comment out the previous line the color rendering is 
definitelly different...

  \stopuniqueMPgraphic
 
  \input knuth
 
\stoptext

I have searched the ML without success, any idea ?

Regards,


Renaud
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Re: [NTG-context] Color rendering transparency with metapost

2008-10-31 Thread Renaud Aubin
Thank Luigi for your response,  the problem is that the background color 
rendering isn't the same if you comment out or not the following line : 
draw fullcircle scaled 10cm shifted (0cm,0.25*\overlayheight) withcolor 
transparent(1,0.5,white) withpen pencircle scaled 2cm;

After some experiments, the problem is solved ( hence not understood 
???) using rgb=no in setupcolors...

It's maybe a viewer-centric problem : I use acroread 8.1.2 under linux.

Renaud

luigi scarso a écrit :

 This is my test.
 Where is the problem ?

 minimals-beta
 Linux luigicasa-laptop 2.6.24-21-generic #1 SMP Tue Oct 21 23:43:45 
 UTC 2008 i686 GNU/Linux
 This is LuaTeX, Version snapshot-0.30.2-2008102016, build unknown
 ConTeXt MtxRun | current version: 2008.10.31 13:58



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Re: [NTG-context] Color rendering transparency with metapost

2008-10-31 Thread Renaud Aubin
I must add that I have defined the a color with cmyk.

Renaud Aubin a écrit :
 Thank Luigi for your response,  the problem is that the background color 
 rendering isn't the same if you comment out or not the following line : 
 draw fullcircle scaled 10cm shifted (0cm,0.25*\overlayheight) withcolor 
 transparent(1,0.5,white) withpen pencircle scaled 2cm;

 After some experiments, the problem is solved ( hence not understood 
 ???) using rgb=no in setupcolors...

 It's maybe a viewer-centric problem : I use acroread 8.1.2 under linux.

 Renaud

 luigi scarso a écrit :
   
 This is my test.
 Where is the problem ?

 minimals-beta
 Linux luigicasa-laptop 2.6.24-21-generic #1 SMP Tue Oct 21 23:43:45 
 UTC 2008 i686 GNU/Linux
 This is LuaTeX, Version snapshot-0.30.2-2008102016, build unknown
 ConTeXt MtxRun | current version: 2008.10.31 13:58



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Re: [NTG-context] Verbatim Text (esp. XML/XSL + opportunity of a brand new support for the RelaxNG Compact syntax)

2008-10-20 Thread Renaud Aubin
Taco, Aditya,

Thanks, t-vim will do the job for the end of october... Even if I will 
surely give a try to MarkIV on this particular point.

Regards,

Renaud

Taco Hoekwater a écrit :
 Hi Renaud,

 Renaud Aubin wrote:
 Hi Folks !

 I'm currently writting a technical report in which I need to type some 
 XML an non-XML text.

 Sample file (xml_test.tex):
 I have some custom XML text (trivial) + a not-so-complicated xsl 
 transformation (a part is included within the test file). I know there 
 is verb-xml but... I need to improve it to support xpath expr. More 
 over, I want to preserve the initial indentation. The point is now, how 
 to improve verb-xml to support xpath expressions ? I'm working with Mark 
 II... Should I switch to Mark IV if I want to write a new XML verbatim 
 support (with lua)?

 + the bonus question: I want to add some support for the RelaxNG Compact 
 syntax, should I follow the procedure described on the wiki or switch to 
 Mark IV ?

 The deadline for this technical report: end of october...

 Mark IV's framework for syntax highlighting is definately easier to
 use if you are somewhat familiar with 'normal' scripting languages
 (as opposed to TeX). But 'end of october' is pretty close, so I would
 suggest using t-vim, maybe with some postprocessing.

http://modules.contextgarden.net/vim

 Best wishes,
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[NTG-context] Verbatim Text (esp. XML/XSL + opportunity of a brand new support for the RelaxNG Compact syntax)

2008-10-17 Thread Renaud Aubin
Hi Folks !

I'm currently writting a technical report in which I need to type some 
XML an non-XML text.

Sample file (xml_test.tex):
I have some custom XML text (trivial) + a not-so-complicated xsl 
transformation (a part is included within the test file). I know there 
is verb-xml but... I need to improve it to support xpath expr. More 
over, I want to preserve the initial indentation. The point is now, how 
to improve verb-xml to support xpath expressions ? I'm working with Mark 
II... Should I switch to Mark IV if I want to write a new XML verbatim 
support (with lua)?

+ the bonus question: I want to add some support for the RelaxNG Compact 
syntax, should I follow the procedure described on the wiki or switch to 
Mark IV ?

The deadline for this technical report: end of october...

Regards,

Renaud
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Re: [NTG-context] Lucida (from a newbie) question

2008-08-03 Thread Renaud Aubin

 Compilation says  ! I can't find file `texnansi-raw-lbf' 
 It's better than before : it didn't do anything :-)

Hi Eric,

It may help us if you give us more details:
- the texfont command used,
- did your pfb files are in a single directory or not ? ...
- ...

A good test is:
\startMPenvironment[global] % use lucida for metapost too
\usetypescript[lucida][texnansi]
\usetypescript[lucidabfm][texnansi] % for bold math
\usetypescript[lucidaboldmath][texnansi] % for bold math
\setupbodyfont[lucida,10pt]
\definebodyfont[17.3pt,14.4pt,12pt,11pt,10pt,9pt,8pt,7pt,6pt,5pt,4pt][rm][bc=SerifBoldCaps
 
sa 1,
bca=SerifBoldCaps sa a,
bcb=SerifBoldCaps sa b,
bcc=SerifBoldCaps sa c,
bcd=SerifBoldCaps sa d,
bcx=SerifBoldCaps sa x,
bcxx=SerifBoldCaps sa xx] % dunno if required from now
\stopMPenvironment


\starttext
\input knuth

\setupbodyfont[lucida,10pt,cg]
\input knuth

\setupbodyfont[lucida,10pt,hw]
\input knuth

\setupbodyfont[lucida,10pt,sans]
\input knuth

\setupbodyfont[lucida,10pt,mono]
\input knuth
\stoptext

as provided by http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Lucida


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Re: [NTG-context] Lucida (from a newbie) question

2008-08-03 Thread Renaud Aubin
Eric DÉTREZ a écrit :

 I don't use texfont
 I compile files from texshop
Ok, I have no knowledge at all regarding texshop, sorry...

 - did your pfb files are in a single directory or not ? ...
 yes they are with names lbc.pfb and so on
This one was only relevant using texfont...

 I had to had the line  \usetypescriptfile[type-buy]  to the test
Ok (as you may already know), you can modify (your TeX 
root)/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/user/cont-sys.tex to add 
\usetypescriptfile[type-buy] permanently
 A good test is:
 \startMPenvironment[global] % use lucida for metapost too
 [couic]
 \setupbodyfont[lucida,10pt,mono]
 \input knuth
 \stoptext

 and it gives the same error   I can't find file `texnansi-raw-lbr 
How did you install ConTeXt? Is it included in texshop? Could you try 
with texfont?


Renaud

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[NTG-context] typo or bug report in type-buy.tex

2008-05-01 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi folks,

 From line 199 to 206 :
\starttypescript [lucida,lucidabfm] [texnansi,ec,8r,uc]
\definetypeface [lucida] [rm] [serif]   [lucida] [default] 
[encoding=\typescripttwo]
\definetypeface [lucida] [ss] [sans][lucida] [default] 
[encoding=\typescripttwo]
\definetypeface [lucida] [tt] [mono][lucida] [default] 
[encoding=\typescripttwo]
\definetypeface [lucida] [hw] [handwriting] [lucida] [default] 
[encoding=\typescripttwo]
\definetypeface [lucida] [cg] [calligraphy] [lucida] [default] 
[encoding=\typescripttwo]
\loadmapfile [\typescriptthree-bh-lucida.map]
\stoptypescript

I assume it should be :
\starttypescript [lucida,lucidabfm] [texnansi,ec,8r,uc]
\definetypeface [lucida] [rm] [serif]   [lucida] [default] 
[encoding=\typescripttwo]
\definetypeface [lucida] [ss] [sans][lucida] [default] 
[encoding=\typescripttwo]
\definetypeface [lucida] [tt] [mono][lucida] [default] 
[encoding=\typescripttwo]
\definetypeface [lucida] [hw] [handwriting] [lucida] [default] 
[encoding=\typescripttwo]
\definetypeface [lucida] [cg] [calligraphy] [lucida] [default] 
[encoding=\typescripttwo]
\loadmapfile [\typescripttwo-bh-lucida.map]
\stoptypescript


Cheers,

Renaud
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Re: [NTG-context] luatex

2007-10-26 Thread Renaud Aubin

Hi,

For my particular case:
1. embed u3d models within a pdf without piping to an external script to 
compute the view (see http://www.nibua-r.org/ConTeXt/devel/new3dartwork/),
2. the ability to use lua script leads to potential interaction with 
MySQL (it could be great for me but I need to verify it's possible).

...

Cheers


John Culleton a écrit :
What will a luatex based Context do for us that the current stable Context 
doesn't?
  


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[NTG-context] Multiline footer

2007-06-20 Thread Renaud Aubin

Hi folks,

I need to define a multiline footer for a document of mine. I have 
searched the garden without results.


Considering \input knuth as a disclaimer, here is a non working sample 
to improve:

\setupfootertexts[]
\setupfootertexts[\setups{text a}]

\startsetups[text a]
\input knuth
\stopsetups

TIA

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Re: [NTG-context] Multiline footer

2007-06-20 Thread Renaud Aubin
Thanks Aditya, I have just obtained something with framedtext but missed 
location=low ;)


Aditya Mahajan a écrit :
What I usually do is surround the disclaimer in a vbox or a \framed. 
For example (in s-ptj-01)


\startlocalsetups [titlefooter]
  \framed[frame=off,width=\textwidth,align=flushright,location=low]
  {\small\setupinterlinespace
  \getvariable{pracjourn}{copyright}\endgraf}
\stoplocalsetups

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Re: [NTG-context] ConTeXt on Excursion: translations in the Garden

2007-05-11 Thread Renaud Aubin

Wolfgang Schuster a écrit :

Hi Arthur,

I wasn't able to test my answer because I use myself a different file structure
for the beginners manual and never encountered this problem.

The better solution rather than making a TEXINPUTS entry is to put the
setup module
in the third party directory in your local TeX tree.


It works at least on my debian box with tetex...

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Re: [NTG-context] new context release.

2006-12-08 Thread Renaud Aubin
Hans Hagen a écrit :
 i've forgotten what it was; i did fix the mp related semi colon stuff didn't 
 I? 
   
Hi Hans,

You've add
\appendtoks
\disablediscretionaries
\disablecompoundcharacters
\to\everyMPgraphic
to meta-ini.tex

but the problem is persistent. Moreover, The following example raises 
another class of problem induced by the use of the semicolon with \in:

\useencoding[ffr]
\mainlanguage[fr]

\starttext

text:\blank
text;\blank
text?\blank
text!\blank

A sample table is given: \in{tableau}[tab:mytab].

\placetable[here][tab:mytab]{Test}{
\bTABLE
\bTR
\bTD test \eTD
\bTD test \eTD
\eTR
\eTABLE
}

\startuseMPgraphic{test}
numeric u;
u:=1cm;

draw origin--(10u,10u);
\stopuseMPgraphic

\useMPgraphic{test}

\stoptext


Renaud

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Re: [NTG-context] new context release.

2006-12-08 Thread Renaud Aubin
I forgot to precise that I use (if it can help):
This is pdfTeX, Version 3.141592-1.40.0-beta-20061017 (Web2C 7.5.5)
ConTeXt  ver: 2006.12.07 18:22 MK II  fmt: 2006.12.7  int: english/english
MetaPost 0.99 (Web2C 7.5.5)
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Re: [NTG-context] new context release.

2006-12-07 Thread Renaud Aubin
Hi all,

I've always the same old problem described in Re: [NTG-context] enco-ffr 
? (03.12.2006 00:49), even with the latest ConTeXt...
Is there a way to solve these problems (since it could be nice to me to 
be able to process my PhD dissertation, particularly to write about it...)

TIA

Renaud

Taco Hoekwater a écrit :
Yep, I'll be waiting for some black magic ;-)

 There is a new current context that Hans uploaded just moments ago,
 that should fix the line wrapping problem with \quotations. There
 is some other stuff as well of course:

http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Context_2006.12.07

 has all the details.

 Best, Taco
   
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Re: [NTG-context] enco-ffr ?

2006-12-02 Thread Renaud Aubin
Hi Hans,
 i'm no sure what you mean here

 Hans
As a sample is better than words, the following code contains the 
problems induced by the use of \useencoding[ffr]. The first part is only 
here to ensure the correct horizontal spacing. The second part raises 
the problem related to the use of : within ref. The last part is 
dedicated to the well identified MP-related problem.

\useencoding[ffr]
\mainlanguage[fr]

\starttext

text:\blank
text;\blank
text?\blank
text!\blank

A sample table is given: \in{tableau}[tab:mytab].

\placetable[here][tab:mytab]{Test}{
\bTABLE
\bTR
\bTD test \eTD
\bTD test \eTD
\eTR
\eTABLE
}
\stopmode

\startuseMPgraphic{test}
numeric u;
u:=1cm;

draw origin--(10u,10u);
\stopuseMPgraphic

\useMPgraphic{test}

\stoptext


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[NTG-context] \directdiscretionary \mainlanguage[fr]

2006-12-01 Thread Renaud Aubin
Hi all,

The following code :
\placetable[here][tab:objXP]{Les principales objections à
 l'expérimentation directe}{

of 
http://renojrl.lrv.uvsq.fr/perso/projects/phd/src/chapters/c_environnement.tex 
(l. 47) induces the following error:

! Missing \endcsname inserted.
to be read again
   \edef
\directdiscretionary #1-\edef
   \discretionarytoken {\detokenize 
{#1}}\let \t...
argument tab:
   objXP
\mainreference ...csname \r!cross \fileprefix #1#2
  \endcsname \ifcase 
0#4\els...
l.66 ...s objections à l'expérimentation directe}}

apparently due to \directdiscretionary-related (with \mainlanguage[fr]) 
problems...


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Re: [NTG-context] enco-ffr ?

2006-12-01 Thread Renaud Aubin
Hi Hans,


Hans Hagen a écrit :
 i'm no sure what you mean here

I just mean that the problem was not correctly described in the 
[NTG-context] \directdiscretionary  \mainlanguage[fr] post because 
I've not cleaned up with texutil --purgeallfiles before to process 
prd_phd with texexec.

Could you describe how \installactivecharacter and discretionaries 
work ? (this way, next time I'll maybe be able to debug myself)


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Re: [NTG-context] enco-ffr ?

2006-11-26 Thread Renaud Aubin
Hans Hagen a écrit :
 so i'll wait for the test file before i look into it
\useencoding[ffr]
\mainlanguage[fr]

\starttext

\section{\type{enco-ffr.tex} related issue}

\startuseMPgraphic{mymptest}
numeric u;
u:=1cm;
draw origin--(10u,10u);
\stopuseMPgraphic

\placefigure[here]{none}{\useMPgraphic{mymptest}}

test:\blank
test;\blank
test!\blank
test?\blank

\stoptext

leads to

! Illegal suffix of declared variable will be flushed.
to be read again
   {
l.148 numeric u\directdiscretionary {
 ;}



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[NTG-context] Custom itemization broken by the new release

2006-11-26 Thread Renaud Aubin
Hi all,

The following code

  % frenchitemize
  \setbox0=\hbox{--~}
  \def\indenteddash#1{\hskip\parindent--~}
  \definesymbol[indentdash][\indenteddash]
  \defineitemgroup[frenchitemize]
  \setupitemgroup[frenchitemize]
 [each]
 [indentdash,packed,joinedup]%,intext] % commenté le 2611
 [indentnext=yes,width=\dimexpr \parindent + \wd0 \relax]

  % testitemize
  \defineitemgroup[testitemize]
  \setupitemgroup[testitemize]
 [each]
 [indentdash,packed,joinedup,intext] % commenté le 2611
 [indentnext=yes,width=\dimexpr \parindent + \wd0 \relax]


\starttext

\input knuth
\startfrenchitemize
\item \input tufte
\item \input tufte
\stopfrenchitemize
\input knuth

\page
\input knuth
\starttestitemize
\item \input tufte
\item \input tufte
\stoptestitemize
\input knuth

\stoptext


demonstrates (?) the fact that [indentdash,packed,joinedup,intext] 
options don't lead to the expected result, i.e. the intext option break 
the packed one in the definition of testitemize.

Renaud

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[NTG-context] enco-ffr ?

2006-11-25 Thread Renaud Aubin
Hi all,

I've installed the latest ConTeXt (+ pdfTeX 
3.141592-1.40.0-beta-20061017-2.2 + MetaPost 0.99, the beta one) from 
scratch on a machine of mine... In order to test this brand new 
installation, I've processed my phd and experienced some problems:
1- the new enco-ffr contains
\installactivecharacter :
\installactivecharacter ;
\installactivecharacter ?
\installactivecharacter !
These \installactivecharacter yield to

! Extra tokens will be flushed.
to be read again
directdiscretionary
l.54 } enddef \directdiscretionary
{;

Ok, the problem is solved if I comment out these lines and the 
horizontal spacing seems to be correct...

2- I have now the following error:

! Missing \endcsname inserted.
to be read again
   \edef
\directdiscretionary #1-\edef
   \discretionarytoken {\detokenize 
{#1}}\let \t...
argument tab:
   objXP
\mainreference ...csname \r!cross \fileprefix #1#2
  \endcsname \ifcase 
0#4\els...
l.67 ...s objections à l'expérimentation directe}}

due to \in{tableau}[tab:objXP]

An idea...

Renaud (too tired this night to investigate, but tomorrow is another day)

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Re: [NTG-context] How to get a PhD with ConTeXt (+ hard work ;) )

2006-11-16 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi Mojca,

Mojca Miklavec a écrit :

textext? Did it work? On my computer it hangs after approximately 13
plots. The suggested option is to use sometxt now.
  

textext works for me, all my plots use this option.

Even better (faster) if you have a compiled version of plots and only
include PDF ;)
  

Ok, but what about font embedding ? I precisely like to proceed the plot
as mp code because of the embedding of fonts...
I explain: when I began ConTeXt, I included plots as pdf from
LaTeX+PStricks and I observed an annoying fact, i.e. the fonts are
embedded twice !
For this reason, when I heard of a context (via mp) term, I tried it...
with success...


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Re: [NTG-context] How to get a PhD with ConTeXt (+ hard work ;) )

2006-11-13 Thread Renaud AUBIN




Mojca Miklavec a crit:

  
Nice work! I can't read French, but the figures are very nice and
content is probably interesting as well ;)
  

Thanks!

  I didn't know that people were indeed using the module already (I
started using it more regularly only recently).
  

dunno (but hope so because of the result...)

  Now one question: how exactly did you create/include the plots? With
"which version of the module"? I don't mind if some of my plots break
if I slightly change the interface before officially releasing it, but
I don't want other people to have problems with that.

You're right. I've used the latest darcs' release (up to the "points
added, some options, etc..." patch). For the inclusion, it's better to
have an example in mind:

 file curves.gp
set terminal context input textext linewidth .3 size 1.2

set output "curves.tex"

set xlabel "$x$ (m)"
set ylabel "$z$ (m)"

set notitle
plot sin(x) with lines lw 2 notitle

set xlabel "$t$ (s)"
set ylabel "a label"

set notitle
plot cos(x)

 file gpsample.tex:
\usemodule[t-gnuplot]

\setupcolors[state=start]

\starttext
\processGNUPLOTfile[mybeautifulcurves][curves]

\placefigure[here]{none}{
 \startcombination[1*2]
 {\useMPgraphic{gpg:mybeautifulcurves:1}}{$\sin$}
 {\useMPgraphic{gpg:mybeautifulcurves:2}}{$\cos$}
 \stopcombination
}

\stoptext

The output is processed using:
gnuplot curves.gp
texexec gpsample

With this method, the gnuplot call delivers a curves.tex file one could
keep as long as the plot doesn't change... Can be usefull when you have
a big document! ;)

I'll write a paper entitled "How to get a PhD with... ConTeXt" asap (I
have the summary and the ideas but time is missing these days, as
always and, moreover because of my new job...). It'll mainly be a paper
about integration (m-bib, gnuplot, mp, etc...)

Best regards


Renaud

PS: what will you do to manage your gnuplot module for ConTeXt ?
Include it into official gnuplot ? It's maybe the time to keep it "well
managed", with supelec foundry for example... What your opinion ?



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Re: [NTG-context] How to get a PhD with ConTeXt (+ hard work ;) )

2006-10-27 Thread Renaud AUBIN
Hi M.J.,

M.J. Kallen a écrit :

Maybe Renaud can tell us a little more about the details of the typesetting? 
What font did you use and what program did you use to make the plots (I 
particularly like the fact that the font in the plots is the same as in the 
text!), it reminds me a little of R plots, but I may be wrong... And the 
flowcharts are made with the chart module if I'm not mistaken?
  

I use lucida fonts (http://www.tug.org/store/lucida/order.html). The
plots are made with t-gnuplot (http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Gnuplot)
thanks to Mojca's work. flowcharts are made with the chart module,
you're right.

Renaud
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Re: [NTG-context] How to get a PhD with ConTeXt (+ hard work ;) )

2006-10-27 Thread Renaud AUBIN




Hi Luigi,

luigi scarso a crit:

  Well, I like it.
Is there any examples on wiki of these things (maybe I have lost some
discussions about it)?
  

Not yet from me on the wiki... In fact, I have began ConTeXt last year
specially to compose my dissertation. As a consequence, if you
googleize "NTG ConTeXt Renaud Aubin", you'll have an idea of my step by
step approach to PhD writting with ConTeXt... ;)
I'll clean up, comment the source and put it online asap. You can find
the source here (for the moment):
http://renojrl.lrv.uvsq.fr/perso/projects/phd/

Renaud


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