[NTG-context] cz - cs language abbreviation change

2008-11-05 Thread Vit Zyka
Dear Hans,

I have noticed that the abbreviation for Czech language has changed from 
'cz' to 'cs'. Perhaps due to ISO 639-2 compliance.

May be the norm is a good reason; but this backward incompatible 
solution makes all Czech document wrong! Silently without any warning or 
any error message. Moreover, it makes Czech version of the context 
beginners manual wrong.

I strongly ask you to solve this problem, e.g. to create some synonym 
mechanism, which enable again
   \mainlanguage[cz]
   \language[cz
to work.

Thank you
Vit

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[NTG-context] fix of Kurier typefaces

2008-06-09 Thread Vit Zyka
Hi,

there is a miscorrespondence between names of Kurier fonts (in 
type-one.tex and type-syn.tex) - missing 'Regular' or '-'. I propose to 
fix type-syn.tex as follows.

Vit

---
\starttypescript [sans] [kurier-light] [name]
   \setups[font:fallback:sans]
   \definefontsynonym [Sans]   [Kurier-Light-Regular] %-
   \definefontsynonym [SansItalic] [Kurier-Light-Italic] %-
   \definefontsynonym [SansBold]   [Kurier-Medium-Regular] %-
   \definefontsynonym [SansBoldItalic] [Kurier-Medium-Italic] %-
\stoptypescript

\starttypescript [sans] [kurier] [name]
   \setups[font:fallback:sans]
   \definefontsynonym [Sans]   [Kurier-Regular]
   \definefontsynonym [SansItalic] [Kurier-Regular-Italic] %-
   \definefontsynonym [SansBold]   [Kurier-Bold-Regular] %-
   \definefontsynonym [SansBoldItalic] [Kurier-Bold-Italic] %-
\stoptypescript

\starttypescript [sans] [kurier-medium] [name]
   \setups[font:fallback:sans]
   \definefontsynonym [Sans]   [Kurier-Medium-Regular] %-
   \definefontsynonym [SansItalic] [Kurier-Medium-Italic] %-
   \definefontsynonym [SansBold]   [Kurier-Heavy-Regular] %-
   \definefontsynonym [SansBoldItalic] [Kurier-Heavy-Italic] %-
\stoptypescript

\starttypescript [math] [kurier-light] [name]
   \definefontsynonym [MathRoman] [Kurier-Math-Letters-Light]
   \definefontsynonym [MathItalic][Kurier-Math-Letters-Light-Italic] %-
   \definefontsynonym [MathSymbol][Kurier-Math-Symbols-Light]
   \definefontsynonym [MathExtension] [Kurier-Math-Extension-Light]
\stoptypescript

\starttypescript [math] [kurier] [name]
   \definefontsynonym [MathRoman] [Kurier-Math-Letters-Regular]
   \definefontsynonym [MathItalic] 
[Kurier-Math-Letters-Regular-Italic] %-
   \definefontsynonym [MathSymbol][Kurier-Math-Symbols-Regular]
   \definefontsynonym [MathExtension] [Kurier-Math-Extension-Regular]
\stoptypescript

\starttypescript [math] [kurier-medium] [name]
   \definefontsynonym [MathRoman] [Kurier-Math-Letters-Medium]
   \definefontsynonym [MathItalic] 
[Kurier-Math-Letters-Medium-Italic] %-
   \definefontsynonym [MathSymbol][Kurier-Math-Symbols-Medium]
   \definefontsynonym [MathExtension] [Kurier-Math-Extension-Medium]
\stoptypescript
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Re: [NTG-context] new options for \setupinteractionscreen

2008-04-20 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Vit Zyka wrote:
 Dear ConTeXters,

 for PDF document one can set /PageLayout. It is a mode in which reader 
 shows us pages (Single, Continous, Facing, ...). in ConTeXt one can set

\setupinteractionscreen[option=doublesided]

 which set layout /TwoColumnRight (understand two facing continuous 
 pages with odd pages on the right side). Since PDF 1.5 there is a 
 possibility to set 3 more layouts:

/TwoColumnLeft
/TwoPageRight
/TwoPageLeft

 I poropose to incorporate next lines of code to sources to enable 
 setting of these layouts

% double=facing, column=continuous, right|left=where odd page
\setupinteractionscreen[
  option=doublecolumnleft,
  option=doublepageright,
  option=doublepageleft,
  option=doublecolumnright, % for compatibility = doublesided
  option=doublecolumn,  % for simplicity = doublecolumnright
  option=doublepage,% for simplicity = doublepageright
]
 
 another option is (less new keywords)
 
 option={doublesided,left,continue} % any order

Much cleverer! But in this case there is a backward incompatibility

   {doublesided,continue} = current {doublesided}
   {doublesided} = would mean NONcontinuous

Actually whenever I wanted to use facing layout, I wanted NONcontinuous. 
So I do not bother with this backward incompatibility. May be somebody 
else do?

Vit

 These names are derrived from curren naming convention (doublesided) 
 and PDF names. May be we can use more intuitive variants:
 option=facingright,
 option=facingleft,
 option=facingcontinuousright,
 option=facingcontinuousleft,

 Sorry I know English and Czech interface only and for FDF driver. May 
 be somebody add more.

 Vit

 Proposal:
 -
 % mult-con.tex
 \startvariablesdutch english
 germanczech
 italian   romanian
 french

  doublecolumnright: doublecolumnright doublecolumnright
 doublecolumnright dvasloupcevpravo
 doublecolumnright doublecolumnright
 doublecolumnright
   doublecolumnleft: doublecolumnleft  doublecolumnleft
 doublecolumnleft  dvasloupcevlevo
 doublecolumnleft  doublecolumnleft
 doublecolumnleft
   doublecolumn: doublecolumn  doublecolumn
 doublecolumn  dvasloupce
 doublecolumn  doublecolumn
 doublecolumn
doublepageright: doublepageright   doublepageright
 doublepageright   dvestrankyvpravo
 doublepageright   doublepageright
 doublepageright
 doublepageleft: doublepageleftdoublepageleft
 doublepageleftdvestrankyvlevo
 doublepageleftdoublepageleft
 doublepageleft
 doublepage: doublepagedoublepage
 doublepagedvestranky
 doublepagedoublepage
 doublepage
 \stopvariables

 % core-int
\setvalue{\??sc\c!option\v!doublecolumnright}{4} % compatibility
\setvalue{\??sc\c!option\v!doublecolumnleft}{5}  % new
\setvalue{\??sc\c!option\v!doublepageright}{6}   % new
\setvalue{\??sc\c!option\v!doublepageleft}{7}% new
\setvalue{\??sc\c!option\v!doublecolumn}{4}  % compatibility
\setvalue{\??sc\c!option\v!doublepage}{6}% compatibility

 % spec-fdf.tex
 \def\doPDFsetupscreen#1#2#3#4#5#6% watch the extra argument
{\bgroup
\xdef\currentPDFpagemode
   {\ifnum#6=4
  /PageLayout /TwoColumnRight
\else\ifnum#6=5
  /PageLayout /TwoColumnLeft
\else\ifnum#6=6
  /PageLayout /TwoPageRight
\else\ifnum#6=7
  /PageLayout /TwoPageLeft
\else
  /PageMode \ifcase#6
  /UseNone\or/FullScreen\or/UseOutlines\else/UseNone\fi
\fi\fi\fi\fi}%
 \xdef\currentPDFviewerprefs % space after #6 needed, else \relax
   {\ifcase#6 \or\or\else /ViewerPreferences  /FitWindow true 
 \fi}%
 \egroup}
 

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[NTG-context] 9pt with \setupbodyfont[10pt,rm]: bug or feature?

2007-10-15 Thread Vit Zyka
Hi,

I have discoverered some inconsistent behaviour:

This is OK:
   \usetypescript[modern][ec]
   \setupbodyfont[11pt,rm] % also 12, 14, 8pt, ..., but not 10pt!
   \starttext
 \aacute---\switchtobodyfont[9pt]\aacute
   \stoptext
This is also OK:
   \usetypescript[modern][ec] \setupbodyfont[modern,10pt,rm]
   \starttext
 \aacute---\switchtobodyfont[9pt]\aacute
   \stoptext
But this is wrong
   \usetypescript[modern][ec] \setupbodyfont[10pt,rm]
   \starttext
 \aacute---\switchtobodyfont[9pt]\aacute
   \stoptext

Why?

Vit

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[NTG-context] register: spurious space one more entry level ask

2007-09-19 Thread Vit Zyka
Dear ConTeXters,

there are 3 topics dealing with register (index):

1. [Spurious space] There are entries like
  \registerpage{index}{,}{5}{2--1-1-0-1-0-0-0--1}{2}
in a *.tuo file. Since the definition (core-reg.tex)
  \def\dosetpageregisterpage#1#2#3#4#5#6%
{\doifreglevelelse[#5]%
  {\dodosetpageregisterpage{#1}{#2}{#3}{#4}{#5}{#6}}%
  {}}
there will be a spurious space between page number like
  Entry 23 , 67
instead of
  Entry 23, 67

Solution:
  \def\dosetpageregisterpage#1#2#3#4#5#6%
{\doifreglevelelse[#5]%
  {\dodosetpageregisterpage{#1}{#2}{#3}{#4}{#5}{#6}}%
  {}\ignorespaces}

Test file:
--
\starttext
  Text\index{test}.
  \page[yes]
  Paragraph\index{test}.
  \placeindex
\stoptext
--

2. [feature request] Current register implementation enable upto three 
entry level (\index{level 1+level 2+level 3}). My custommer require 4 
levels. Please could the entry number be extended?

3. [not important, just for info] Formating of the register entries is 
not much user friendly. See \hangindent1em in a following definition:

   \def\dosetpageregisterentrya#1#2%
 {\flushseenregisterpage
  \edef\currententrylevel{1}%
  \global\let\c!entryb\relax
  \global\let\c!entryc\relax
  \gdef\c!entrya
{\iffirstregisterentry\else\endgraf\fi % new
 \global\firstregisterpagetrue
 \hangindent1em\noindent\c!entryreference
 \dohandlepageregisterentry{#1}{#2}%
 \global\firstregisterentryfalse
 \global\firstsubentrytrue
 \global\firstsubsubentrytrue}}

So, when one want the change formating he has to redefine this 
definition. It is against a ConTeXt spirit.

Best
Vit

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Re: [NTG-context] register: spurious space one more entry level ask

2007-09-19 Thread Vit Zyka
Jupi!

Both patches (space  4-level entry) work well as I can test them till 
now. I will do some testing on a real and big document in a near future.

Do you intend to incorporate both patches to the distribution?

Thank you Hans for extremely quick solutions
Vit

Hans Hagen wrote:
 Vit Zyka wrote:
 Dear ConTeXters,

 there are 3 topics dealing with register (index):

 1. [Spurious space] There are entries like
   \registerpage{index}{,}{5}{2--1-1-0-1-0-0-0--1}{2}
 in a *.tuo file. Since the definition (core-reg.tex)
   \def\dosetpageregisterpage#1#2#3#4#5#6%
 {\doifreglevelelse[#5]%
   {\dodosetpageregisterpage{#1}{#2}{#3}{#4}{#5}{#6}}%
   {}}
 there will be a spurious space between page number like
   Entry 23 , 67
 instead of
   Entry 23, 67

 Solution:
   \def\dosetpageregisterpage#1#2#3#4#5#6%
 {\doifreglevelelse[#5]%
   {\dodosetpageregisterpage{#1}{#2}{#3}{#4}{#5}{#6}}%
   {}\ignorespaces}
 
 interesting that no one noticed this before ... in core-uti.tex pushing 
 the line ending was messed up when changing to catcode tables (well, 
 pseudo ones in mkii)
 
 \long\def\doutilities#1#2#3#4#5% % introduceren in utility file
   {\resetutilities
% more than one utility thing can be handled in one pass,
% for instance lists, so we process ##1 as list
\def\douticommand##1{\csname\s!set##1\endcsname}%
\processcommacommand[#1]\douticommand
\begingroup
\def\currentutilityfilename{#2}%
\notesenabledfalse
\doinpututilitiestrue
\global\utilitydonefalse
\pushcatcodetable
\setcatcodetable\ctxcatcodes
\pushendofline % 
\ifunprotectutilities % nog nodig ?
  \unprotect
\fi
 
 
 2. [feature request] Current register implementation enable upto three 
 entry level (\index{level 1+level 2+level 3}). My custommer require 4 
 levels. Please could the entry number be extended?
 
 not trivial, since we then need to adapt texutil too + a bunch of 
 macros; adapting mkiv may be easier
 
 3. [not important, just for info] Formating of the register entries is 
 not much user friendly. See \hangindent1em in a following definition:

\def\dosetpageregisterentrya#1#2%
  {\flushseenregisterpage
   \edef\currententrylevel{1}%
   \global\let\c!entryb\relax
   \global\let\c!entryc\relax
   \gdef\c!entrya
 {\iffirstregisterentry\else\endgraf\fi % new
  \global\firstregisterpagetrue
  \hangindent1em\noindent\c!entryreference
  \dohandlepageregisterentry{#1}{#2}%
  \global\firstregisterentryfalse
  \global\firstsubentrytrue
  \global\firstsubsubentrytrue}}

 So, when one want the change formating he has to redefine this 
 definition. It is against a ConTeXt spirit.
 
 some day there will be a better interface (probably only in mkiv)
 
 Hans
 
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   Ridderstraat 27 | 8061 GH Hasselt | The Netherlands
  tel: 038 477 53 69 | fax: 038 477 53 74 | www.pragma-ade.com
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Re: [NTG-context] endlinechar redefinition

2007-06-04 Thread Vit Zyka

Thanks Hans for your response,

Hans Hagen wrote:

Vit Zyka wrote:

Hi Hans,

Jaroslav Hajtnar (in czech TeX list) encountered the problem with 
\input primitive redefinition. He uses a macro package for comma 
separated value file (CSV) inclusion. It redefines some catcodes and 
\endlinechar before start reading such file by \input. The problem is 
that during reading CSV the reading is interrupted by reading another 
file like


\readfilename -pdfr-ec
(c:/TeXLive2005/texmf-context-a/tex/context/base/pdfr-ec.tex

ConTeXt macro \input takes care about catcodes but not about 
\endlinechar so in this situation the file pdfr-ec is read with wrong 
\endlinechar which causes error.


We believe that system solution is the ConTeXt takes care about 
\endlinechar when automatically starts reading some standard files. 
Please Hans can you look at it?


works ok here; i remember an issue but that was solved already (afaik); 
tex live 2005 is not that up to date -)


I did not test this with such museum-belonging ConTeXt. The problem 
preserves in the latest public version 2007-04-17. See very left bottom 
corner attached PDF (mkii).


a workaroun din an old version is to load pdfr-ec manually, so that it's 
read already when the cvs code shows up


We internally solve the problem (temporary redefining \input) but I 
believe that ConTeXt should follow more systemic solution.



in scancvs ... beware of redefining such core macros


yes, we did not want you solve possible problems of an usage such 
external (plain TeX designed) macros---only if we believe that the 
behavior looks like a ConTeXt bug and that can cause problems for other 
users.


in the latest version there are things like \pushcatcodes ... 
\popcatcodes and catcode tables (a simulation of the native luatex 
catcode table features);


I will look at this. But I have not entered a catcode problem in this case.

fyi:  in luatex (and therefore context mkiv) doing things with data 
files will be easier


can you test with a recent context?


yes, it did not work, see attached files.


(there is a cvs module btw)


thanks for a remmembering. As I said: this mail is a suggestion to solve 
a general problem by systemic way.


Thanks
Vit



demo.pdf
Description: Adobe PDF document
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Re: [NTG-context] endlinechar redefinition

2007-06-04 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Vit Zyka wrote:

 thanks for a remmembering. As I said: this mail is a suggestion to 
 solve a general problem by systemic way.

 sure, but \input cannot be redefined in a robust way because of its 
 scanning nature; ok, in luatex we can intercept things, but not in mkii
 Hans

I thought that the number of calling \input inside text state is 
limited---(only?) one example is a loading encoding definition file. Why 
not to incorporate the cleverness of setting a default \endinputchar to 
a macro that invokes \input?

 \startreadingfile ... \stopreadingfile is an option then

understand as a solution bypassing \input redefinition

Vit

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Re: [NTG-context] endlinechar redefinition

2007-06-04 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Vit Zyka wrote:
 Hans Hagen wrote:
 Vit Zyka wrote:

 thanks for a remmembering. As I said: this mail is a suggestion to 
 solve a general problem by systemic way.

 sure, but \input cannot be redefined in a robust way because of its 
 scanning nature; ok, in luatex we can intercept things, but not in mkii
 Hans

 I thought that the number of calling \input inside text state is 
 limited---(only?) one example is a loading encoding definition file. 
 Why not to incorporate the cleverness of setting a default 
 \endinputchar to a macro that invokes \input?

 \startreadingfile ... \stopreadingfile is an option then

 understand as a solution bypassing \input redefinition
 it all depends on the usage ...
 - most commands use \readfile, or \readjobfile or alike - when loading 

yes, in this case \readsysfile inside:

\def\dododoincludepdffontresource#1% encoding
   {\bgroup
\edef\currentencoding{#1}%
\doifvaluesomething\pdffontfileresource
  {\startreadingfile
 \ignorelines % just in case \par is redefined;
 
\readsysfile{pdfr-\getvalue\pdffontfileresource}\donothing\donothing
   \stopreadingfile
   \letgvalue\pdffontfileresource\empty}%
\egroup}

 modules of system files , we revert to tex catcode regimes etc
 user files ... well, here tex (context) does not know what is dealt 
 with; take xml, in that case we want to stay in xml mode; or verbatim, 
 which needs to set up verbatim
 actually this is all arranged already (and always has been)

catcodes yes, but \endlinechar not:

\def\startreadingfile% beter een every en \setnormalcatcodes
   {\doglobal\increment\readingfilelevel
\the\everystartreadingfile
\beginrestorecatcodes
\setcatcodetable\prtcatcodes}

why not introduce something like

\beginrestoreendlinechar

???

Vit

 your problem with the pdfr-enc file results from the fact that loading 
 that file comes at a nasty moment and afaik loading now happens under 
 the right regime; so, if there's a problem we need to find out what's 
 the problem with that file, since it's unrelated to \input (loading 
 that  vector is managed so to say)


 Hans

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

2007-05-09 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 luigi scarso wrote:
 On 5/8/07, Vit Zyka [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  
 Hi all,

 there is a new plant in the Garden:
 http://wiki.contextgarden.net/ConTeXt_on_Excursion%2C_translations

 It gathers translations of the beginner's manual ConTeXt on Excursion
 
 So, if I  understand well, this is an official uptodate ,
 stable enough for translation in others languages, right ?
   
 well, it may make sense to discuss what to kick out and what to add

Look at two new chapters in Czech version ma-cb-cz-screen.pdf
   page 41 Czech/Slovac text typesetting
   page A  Information sources
(I believe the content is roughly understandeble without Czech knowledge.)

If it will be considered interesting I can translate it to English.

Vit

 e.g. paragraphs is less useful than tabulate and friends
 
 Hans
 
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[NTG-context] ConTeXt on Excursion: translations in the Garden

2007-05-08 Thread Vit Zyka
Hi all,

there is a new plant in the Garden: 
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/ConTeXt_on_Excursion%2C_translations

It gathers translations of the beginner's manual ConTeXt on Excursion 
(authors Ton Otten and Hans Hagen). Currently there exist Dutch, 
English, and Czech versions. Czech version is a team work of translators 
(Ján Buša, Jiří Hrbek, Martina Plachá, Petr Tesařík, and Vít Zýka) 
supported by Czechoslovac TUG (CSTUG). We use as a model the English 
version (although the original is the Dutch one). A reader can find 
several additional sections dealing with localization and information 
sources.

Non Czech readers have also some benefic as a side effect of this 
project. The English version was slightly actualized and fixed some 
bugs. All versions are acompanied by actual macro syntax and listed in 
the command index.

Sources of all three versions are stored on the public SVN repository as 
a part of the ConTeXt manual project 
(https://foundry.supelec.fr/projects/contextman/), administrated by 
Taco. There is a makefile for an easy manual generation. It is ready for 
adding new stuff/actualizing/fixing bugs and even for new language 
translation. On the Garden page we can find breaf instructions for that.
If you have any question, please do not hesitate to ask me.

Best reading
Vit


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[NTG-context] ShowThumbs, ShowBookmarks

2007-04-18 Thread Vit Zyka
Hi Hans and ConTeXters,

please can you add two Named AcrobatReader functions
   ShowThumbs
   ShowBookmarks
useful especially in Presentation (full screen) mode due to missing key 
shortcuts in last Reader versions.
Usage: \goto{thumbs}[ShowThumbs] and \goto{bookmarks}[ShowBookmarks].

Please, can someone add dutch, german, italian, romanian, and french 
translations?

Thanks
Vit

Code:

% spec-fdf.tex
\def\PDFexecutethumbnails   {/Named /N /ShowThumbs}
\def\PDFexecutebookmarks{/Named /N /ShowBookmarks}

% core-ref.tex
\setglobalsystemreference \rt!exec \v!ShowThumbs{thumbnails}
\setglobalsystemreference \rt!exec \v!ShowBookmarks {bookmarks}

% mult-con.tex
\startvariablesdutch english
germanczech
italian   romanian
french

ShowThumbs: ShowThumbsShowThumbs
ShowThumbsUkazNahledy
ShowThumbsShowThumbs
ShowThumbs
 ShowBookmarks: ShowBookmarks ShowBookmarks
ShowBookmarks UkazZalozky
ShowBookmarks ShowBookmarks
ShowBookmarks
\stopvariables
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[NTG-context] error in meta-txt.tex

2007-04-12 Thread Vit Zyka
Hi Hans,

there is an error in meta-txt.tex:
instead of
  \includeMPgraphic{followtokens}
should be something like
  \includeMPgraphic{followtokens}\relax
otherwise we get
  icture pic[]; ...
in .mp file

Vit

Test file:
-
\starttext

\useMPlibrary[txt]
\startuseMPgraphic{followtokens}
   path P, RotPath, C;
   C:= fullcircle scaled 10cm;
   draw C withpen pencircle scaled 0pt;
   P:= fullcircle scaled 11.3cm;
   RotPath:= subpath (3.25,4.5) of P;
\stopuseMPgraphic
\hbox{\followtokens{Text along the arc.}}

\stoptext
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Re: [NTG-context] error in meta-txt.tex

2007-04-12 Thread Vit Zyka
luigi scarso wrote:
 On 4/12/07, Vit Zyka [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hi Hans,

 there is an error in meta-txt.tex:
 instead of
   \includeMPgraphic{followtokens}
 should be something like
   \includeMPgraphic{followtokens}\relax
 otherwise we get
   icture pic[]; ...
 in .mp file
 [OT]
 Hi Vit, too bad that we didn't met at Epen.
 Maybe next time...
 
 luigi

Hi Luigi,

yes it is a pity, I believe it will be very interesting meeting. But I 
spent by travelling South America first three months of this year and 
now it is the time to catch up my job duty.

So, may be next time. Enjoy Epen
Vit


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[NTG-context] columns does not break

2006-12-04 Thread Vit Zyka
Dear,

final formating of Beginners' manual shows a bug of breaking columns (in 
setup index). Here is a minimal example:

---
\showframe

\starttext

\startcolumns
   [n=2,tolerance=verytolerant,rule=~\vrule height\maxcolumnheight~]
   \switchtobodyfont[10pt]
   \framed[height=.3\textheight,width=broad]{.3textheight}
   \framed[height=.8\textheight,width=broad]{.8textheight}
   \framed[height=.1\textheight,width=broad]{.1textheight}
%  \framed[height=.1\textheight,width=broad]{.1textheight}
%  \framed[height=.1\textheight,width=broad]{.1textheight}
\stopcolumns

\stoptext
---

If we comment two last lines everything goes well. Uncommenting them the 
biggest frame leaves in the first column and extents the layout. In the 
manual it results in some setup syntax is out of the page.

Please, could you help
Vit

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Re: [NTG-context] deep (?) error when page break occures inside of startlines together with MPgraphics

2006-11-23 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Vit Zyka wrote:
 Taco Hoekwater wrote:
   
 Vit Zyka wrote:
 
 Hello Hans  all deep macros diggers,

 making final editting of czech translation of beginners manual I have
 discovered a next error. It appears when page break occures inside of
 startlines environment together with MPgraphics. Minimal example is
 attached. Any idea, please?
   
 You mean this error?

 (/home/taco/texmf/tex/context/base/pdfr-ec.tex)
 ! TeX capacity exceeded, sorry [parameter stack size=6000].
 \longMPflushN #1#2\par -
   \ifx #1\relax \else \nowriteMPgraphicline
 
 Exactly. Some infinite recurse.
   
 \appendtoks \obeyMPlines \to \everyMPgraphic 

How simple, works as charm! Thank you Hans.

Vit

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[NTG-context] deep (?) error when page break occures inside of startlines together with MPgraphics

2006-11-22 Thread Vit Zyka
Hello Hans  all deep macros diggers,

making final editting of czech translation of beginners manual I have
discovered a next error. It appears when page break occures inside of
startlines environment together with MPgraphics. Minimal example is
attached. Any idea, please?

Thanks
Vit

--
\def\MPclipFourR#1#2#3%
   {\startreusableMPgraphic{clip:fourR:#1#2#3}{}
  draw fullcircle;
\stopreusableMPgraphic
\reuseMPgraphic{clip:fourR:#1#2#3}{}}

\defineoverlay
   [StatusAchtergrondR]
   [\MPclipFourR{\overlaywidth}{\overlayheight}{5pt}]

\setupfootertexts
   [margin]
   [][\PlaatschapterStatus]

\unexpanded\def\PlaatschapterStatus
   {\framed[background=StatusAchtergrondR]{A}}

\starttext

\startlines
Foekepotterij, foekepotterij,
Geef mij een centje dan ga'k voorbij.
Geef mij een alfje dan blijf ik staan,
'k Zal nog liever naar m'n arrenmoeder gaan.
Hier woont zo'n rieke man, die zo vulle g\egrave ven kan.
G\egrave f wat, old wat, g\egrave f die arme stumpers wat,
'k Eb zo lange met de foekepot elopen.
'k Eb gien geld om brood te kopen.
Foekepotterij, foekepotterij,
Geef mij een centje dan ga'k voorbij.
Foekepotterij, foekepotterij,
Geef mij een centje dan ga'k voorbij.
Geef mij een alfje dan blijf ik staan,
'k Zal nog liever naar m'n arrenmoeder gaan.
Hier woont zo'n rieke man, die zo vulle g\egrave ven kan.
G\egrave f wat, old wat, g\egrave f die arme stumpers wat,
'k Eb zo lange met de foekepot elopen.
'k Eb gien geld om brood te kopen.
Foekepotterij, foekepotterij,
Geef mij een centje dan ga'k voorbij.
Foekepotterij, foekepotterij,
Geef mij een centje dan ga'k voorbij.
Geef mij een alfje dan blijf ik staan,
'k Zal nog liever naar m'n arrenmoeder gaan.
Hier woont zo'n rieke man, die zo vulle g\egrave ven kan.
G\egrave f wat, old wat, g\egrave f die arme stumpers wat,
'k Eb zo lange met de foekepot elopen.
'k Eb gien geld om brood te kopen.
Foekepotterij, foekepotterij,
Geef mij een centje dan ga'k voorbij.
Foekepotterij, foekepotterij,
Geef mij een centje dan ga'k voorbij.
Geef mij een alfje dan blijf ik staan,
'k Zal nog liever naar m'n arrenmoeder gaan.
Hier woont zo'n rieke man, die zo vulle g\egrave ven kan.
G\egrave f wat, old wat, g\egrave f die arme stumpers wat,
'k Eb zo lange met de foekepot elopen.
'k Eb gien geld om brood te kopen.
Foekepotterij, foekepotterij,
Geef mij een centje dan ga'k voorbij.
Foekepotterij, foekepotterij,
Geef mij een centje dan ga'k voorbij.
Geef mij een alfje dan blijf ik staan,
'k Zal nog liever naar m'n arrenmoeder gaan.
Hier woont zo'n rieke man, die zo vulle g\egrave ven kan.
G\egrave f wat, old wat, g\egrave f die arme stumpers wat,
'k Eb zo lange met de foekepot elopen.
'k Eb gien geld om brood te kopen.
Foekepotterij, foekepotterij,
Geef mij een centje dan ga'k voorbij.
Foekepotterij, foekepotterij,
Geef mij een centje dan ga'k voorbij.
Geef mij een alfje dan blijf ik staan,
'k Zal nog liever naar m'n arrenmoeder gaan.
Hier woont zo'n rieke man, die zo vulle g\egrave ven kan.
G\egrave f wat, old wat, g\egrave f die arme stumpers wat,
'k Eb zo lange met de foekepot elopen.
'k Eb gien geld om brood te kopen.
Foekepotterij, foekepotterij,
Geef mij een centje dan ga'k voorbij.
\stoplines

\stoptext
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Re: [NTG-context] Shapes spanning multiple grid cells in flowchart

2006-11-10 Thread Vit Zyka
Martijn Martijn wrote:
 Hello,
 
 I've just started to use Context because of its great flowcharting 
 module. However, I'd like to use shapes that span multiple grid cells. 
 This is what I would like to accomplish:
 
 |---||---||---|
 |   |--| box 2 |--| box 3 |
 |   ||---||---|
 | box 1 |
 |   ||---||---|
 |   |--| box 4 |--| box 5 |
 |   ||---||---|
 |   |
 |   |
 |   |
 |---|
 
 
 I could not find a way to do this in the manual. Every shape in the 
 manual has the same size. Thanks for the help!

Current version of flowchart does not support this feature. Cells are 
arranged in a regular grid without spanning.

Vit

 
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Re: [NTG-context] index bug ? [urgent]

2006-10-25 Thread Vit Zyka
Willi Egger wrote:
 Hi Steffen,
 
 After adding
 \enableregime[windows]
 \mainlanguage[de]
 
 I get as expected an index. The only thing which I do not understand 
 quite well, is, that the entry for
 \index{Gesetzesvorbehalt– Arbeitsanweisungen durch Bundesminister} 
 results in the references 2,1,2, where I would expect only 1,2.

Guessing: is not the index entry inside the \chapter title which also 
goes to content (or another list) that is on a separate page numbering?

Vit


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Re: [NTG-context] bug in beta: extra \else

2006-10-18 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Vit Zyka wrote:
 Hans Hagen wrote:
 Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
 On Fri, 13 Oct 2006 19:16:58 -0400 (EDT)
 Aditya Mahajan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  
 On Fri, 13 Oct 2006, Vit Zyka wrote:


 Hans Hagen wrote:
  
 Vit Zyka wrote:

 Hans Hagen wrote:
  
 Vit Zyka wrote:

 Hi all,

 there is some deep bug that was discovered translating 
 Beginners manual. Let take single chapter e.g. 
 ma-cb-cz-alignments.tex

 With today beta I got .log attached (error ! Extra \else)
 This will appear in both modes screen and normal.

 Interesting is that no error appears in context 2006-05-28.
   
 quite some code is being rewritten / adapted to context mkiv so 
 there could be low level differences

 can you make a small example, since this else problem can come 
 from other places than reported
 
 There are demonstrative files. Please, run
   texmfstart texexec --pdf ma-cb-cz-test.tex
 and
   texmfstart texexec --pdf --mode=screen ma-cb-cz-test.tex
   
 this file: ma-cb-env-cz.tex refers to itself and probably should 
 be :
 \startenvironment ma-cb-env-cz

 \environment ma-cb.tex

 \mainlanguage[cz]
 \language[en]
 \enableregime[latin2]

 \stopenvironment
 
 Sorry, my fault but it does not solve the problem. I obtain the 
 same error with fresh context and corrected version of this file:

 -
 \startenvironment ma-cb-env-cz

 \mainlanguage[cz]
 \language[en]
 \enableregime[latin2]

 \stopenvironment
 -
   
 There is something wrong with ma-cb environment files. The file 
 ma-cb-en does not compile. I get an error

 ! Undefined control sequence.
 \@@olbackground -\StatusAchtergrond

 \doifvaluesomething ...inga {\csname #1\endcsname
}\ifx \!!stringa 
 \empty \e...

 \stoplocalframed ...ing {\@@framed \c!background }
\dobackedbox 
 \handleframed...

 \PlaatschapterStatus ... [\v!chapter \v!number ]}}
 \vskip 0pt plus 
 \scratchc...
 argument \PlaatschapterStatus
  {}{}{}
 \firstoftwoarguments #1#2-#1

 ...
 l.19 \Introduction   {Introduction}


 I tried making minimal example of the file that you posted, but 
 always get the same error. I am pretty certain that ma-cb-en.tex 
 used to compile in the past.

 Aditya
 
 Hi Aditya,

 I had the same problems in past in solved them by myself. The problems
 are dutch commands in the style-files and a typo.

 I attached my corrected style-files, because it is faster to replace
 send you the files than I need to look where I made corrections.

 The files did not correct the problem with the backgrounds in the
 headers Vit has mentioned.   
 \edef\StatusAchtergrond
   {StatusAchtergrond%
\ifodd\realpageno R\else\ifdoublesided L\else R\fi\fi}%

 \ifdubbelzijdig - \ifdoublesided 

 this low level if has been changed, ad a result tex's 'fast if then 
 else ' skip routine does not see the \ifdubbelzijdig is if and gets 
 confused
 Hans 
 Great, thank you Hans!

 Let us process to teh next two problems also visible in the test file.

 1. In the chapter ornament (a gray spiral with red dots) the red dots 
 are not dots but lines.
 that was a tough one (esp because my by-now reference mkiv converter 
 also had this problem)
 
 in meta-pdf.mkii patch:
 
 \def\flushconcatMPsegment
   {\ifcase\getMPkeyword\relax
  \flushMPconcatmoveto
  \resetMPmoveto
  \doMPconcat{\gMPs1}\a{\gMPs2}\b%
  \PDFcode{\!MP\a\space\!MP\b\space l}%
\or
  \flushMPconcatmoveto
  \resetMPmoveto
  \doMPconcat{\gMPs1}\a{\gMPs2}\b%
  \doMPconcat{\gMPs3}\c{\gMPs4}\d%
  \doMPconcat{\gMPs5}\e{\gMPs6}\f%
  \PDFcode{\!MP\a\space\!MP\b\space
   \!MP\c\space\!MP\d\space
   \!MP\e\space\!MP\f\space c}%
\or
  \bgroup
  \noMPtranslate
  \flushMPconcatmoveto
  \PDFcode{\!MP\lastMPmoveX\space \!MP\lastMPmoveY\space l S}
  \egroup
  \resetMPmoveto
\or
 %  \flushMPconcatmoveto
 %  \resetMPmoveto
\fi}

Great Hans, it works well! Thank you
Vit

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Re: [NTG-context] bug in beta: extra \else

2006-10-18 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Aditya Mahajan wrote:
 On Mon, 16 Oct 2006, Aditya Mahajan wrote:

 On Sun, 15 Oct 2006, Vit Zyka wrote:
 Great, thank you Hans!

 Let us process to teh next two problems also visible in the test file.

 1. [snip]
 2. Accented characters inside \typebuffer are type set as
   \dochar {225}
 This seems to be a bug. In utf-8 encoding, if an accented character is
 the first character of a buffer, it gets typed correctly. All other
 accented charaters come out as \dochar {225}. \getbuffer works fine.
 I forgot to attach the test file. I am attaching it, hoping that the 
 encoding will come out correctly.

 Can TeX choose the input encoding while writing files? If not, there
 may be really no robust way to solve this problem.

 Aditya
 
 in core-buf we need to treat the upper half of the vector:
 
\recatcodeuppercharacterstrue % --- 
\setcatcodetable\vrbcatcodes
 
 in startbuffer

It also works well. Thank you
Vit

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[NTG-context] bug in beta: extra \else

2006-10-10 Thread Vit Zyka

Hi all,

there is some deep bug that was discovered translating Beginners manual. 
Let take single chapter e.g. ma-cb-cz-alignments.tex


With today beta I got .log attached (error ! Extra \else)
This will appear in both modes screen and normal.

Interesting is that no error appears in context 2006-05-28.

In context 2006-09-10 this error appears only in normal mode. Screen 
mode is OK.


Vit

P.S. Today's beta shows even more problems:
- inside typebuffer: only '\dochar {225}' instead of \'a in latin2
- some metapost graphics is wrong
But I suggest to solve them step by step.

This is pdfTeXk, Version 3.141592-1.40.0-beta-20060213 (Web2C 7.5.5) 
(format=cont-en 2006.10.10)  10 OCT 2006 23:50
entering extended mode
\write18 enabled.
 %-line parsing enabled.
 (c:/TeXLive2005/texmf-update/web2c/natural.tcx)
**ma-cb-cz-alignments.tex \emergencyend
(./ma-cb-cz-alignments.tex

ConTeXt  ver: 2006.10.10 22:15 MK II  fmt: 2006.10.10  int: english/english

language: language en is active
system  : cont-new loaded
(c:/TeXLive2005/texmf-update/tex/context/base/cont-new.tex
systems : beware: some patches loaded from cont-new.tex
(c:/TeXLive2005/texmf-update/tex/context/base/cont-new.mkii))
system  : cont-old loaded
(c:/TeXLive2005/texmf-update/tex/context/base/cont-old.tex
loading : Context Old Macros
)
system  : cont-fil loaded
(c:/TeXLive2005/texmf-update/tex/context/base/cont-fil.tex
loading : Context File Synonyms
)
system  : cont-sys loaded
(c:/TeXLive2005/texmf-update/tex/context/user/cont-sys.tex
(c:/TeXLive2005/texmf-update/tex/context/base/type-exa.tex)
(c:/TeXLive2005/texmf-update/tex/context/base/type-syn.tex)
(c:/TeXLive2005/texmf-update/tex/context/base/type-enc.tex)
(c:/TeXLive2005/texmf-update/tex/context/base/type-siz.tex)
(c:/TeXLive2005/texmf-update/tex/context/base/type-map.tex)
(c:/TeXLive2005/texmf-update/tex/context/base/type-spe.tex)
(c:/TeXLive2005/texmf-update/tex/context/base/type-akb.tex))
bodyfont: 12pt rm is loaded
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specials: tex,postscript,rokicki loaded
\openout3 = `ma-cb-cz-alignments.tui'.

system  : ma-cb-cz-alignments.top loaded
(./ma-cb-cz-alignments.top
specials: loading definition file tpd
(c:/TeXLive2005/texmf-update/tex/context/base/spec-tpd.tex
specials: loading definition file fdf
(c:/TeXLive2005/texmf-update/tex/context/base/spec-fdf.tex
(c:/TeXLive2005/texmf-update/tex/context/base/spec-fdf.mkii))
specials: fdf loaded
)
specials: fdf,tpd loaded
)
\openout0 = `ma-cb-cz-alignments-mpgraph.mp'.

\openout0 = `mpgraph.mp'.


systems : system commands are enabled
(./ma-cb-cz-alignments.tuo) (./ma-cb-cz-alignments.tuo)
(./ma-cb-cz-alignments.tuo) (./ma-cb-cz-alignments.tuo)
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(c:/TeXLive2005/texmf-update/tex/context/base/sort-def.tex)
(c:/TeXLive2005/texmf-update/tex/context/base/sort-lan.tex)
(./ma-cb-cz-alignments.tuo) (./ma-cb-cz-alignments.tuo)
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systems : begin file ma-cb at line 4
systems : end file ma-cb at line 4
systems : begin file ma-cb-env-cz at line 7
(./ma-cb-env-cz.tex (../generic/ma-cb.tex
systems : begin file ../generic/ma-cb-abbreviations at line 11
(./../generic/ma-cb-abbreviations.tex
check   : logo CONTEXT replaces a macro, use CAPITALS!
check   : logo PDFTEX replaces a macro, use CAPITALS!
check   : logo PICTEX replaces a macro, use CAPITALS!
check   : logo TABLE replaces a macro, use CAPITALS!
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(./../generic/ma-cb-graphics.tex)
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systems : begin file ../generic/ma-cb-style at line 13
(./../generic/ma-cb-style.tex
system  : module res-trace loaded

Re: [NTG-context] calculations

2006-09-21 Thread Vit Zyka
Henning Hraban Ramm wrote:
 Am 2006-09-20 um 00:40 schrieb nico:
 
 \figurewidth is not a dimension. I guess the following should work:

 \def\LPscale{.6315789} % downscale the image
  \ifvmode
 \getfiguredimensions[\bufferprefix
 lilypond-\the\lily!figures.pdf][]%
 \leavevmode%
 \newdimen\FigWidth
 \newdimen\FigWidthReal=\figurewidth
 \FigWidth=\dimexpr(\LPscale\FigWidthReal)
 \ifdim\FigWidth\localhsize
   \!!dimena=\localhsize
   \advance\!!dimena by-\FigWidth
   \noindent\hskip\!!dimena
 \fi
  \fi
 
 Thank you very much, that works indeed.
 
  \externalfigure[\lily!img][scale=\dimexpr(1000\LPscale)]%
 
 But here \dimexpr is nonsense (should have seen that before).
 But scale=1000\LPscale just concatenates the two strings, and TeX  
 doesn't seem to reckognize a *

\def\LPscale{.6315789pt}
scale=\withoutpt\the\dimexpr\LPscale*1000\relax

Vit

 How can I multiply two values? Di I need some expansion magick or  
 just something like eval()?
 
 
 Greetlings from Lake Constance!
 Hraban
 ---
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Re: [NTG-context] [dev-context] shortsetup and environment

2006-09-20 Thread Vit Zyka
Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
 On Mon, 18 Sep 2006 01:08:03 +0200
 Vit Zyka [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
 Dear Hans,

 it seems to me that \shortsetup ignores cd:command with 
 type=environment. Please see the next example:

 -
 \usemodule[set-11] \loadsetups

 \starttext

 page (OK): \shortsetup{page}

 startframedtext (NOTHING): \shortsetup{startframedtext}

 framedtext (NOTHING): \shortsetup{framedtext}

 \stoptext
 --

 Vit
 
 Not a problem with type=environment but generated=yes.
 
 You should the the following code in x-set-11.tex from
 
 \defineXMLenvironmentsave [cd:command] 
 [name=,type=,generated=,interactive=,variant=]
   {}
   {\doifelseXMLop{type}{environment}
  
 {\edef\currentSETUPname{start\getinterfacecomponent{string}{\XMLop{name
  {\edef\currentSETUPname{\getinterfacecomponent{string}{\XMLop{name%
\doifsomething{\XMLop{variant}}
  {\edef\currentSETUPname{\currentSETUPname:\XMLop{variant}}}% like 
 setupinterlinespace:1
\doifXMLop{generated}{yes}
  {\edef\currentSETUPname{\currentSETUPname*}}%

 \doglobal\saveXMLdatainelement{stp:\currentSETUPname}{cd:command}{cd:command}%
\expanded{\eachtexcommand[stp:x:\currentSETUPname]{\currentSETUPname}}%
\expanded{\texcommand[stp:y:\currentSETUPname]{\currentSETUPname}}}
 
 to
 
 \defineXMLenvironmentsave [cd:command] 
 [name=,type=,generated=,interactive=,variant=]
   {}
   {\doifelseXMLop{type}{environment}
  
 {\edef\currentSETUPname{start\getinterfacecomponent{string}{\XMLop{name
  {\edef\currentSETUPname{\getinterfacecomponent{string}{\XMLop{name%
\doifsomething{\XMLop{variant}}
  {\edef\currentSETUPname{\currentSETUPname:\XMLop{variant}}}% like 
 setupinterlinespace:1
%\doifXMLop{generated}{yes}
%  {\edef\currentSETUPname{\currentSETUPname*}}%

Ohh, I see, thank you Wolfgang. I have overlooked the star. I think 
everything is OK, only the star should be removed. The redefinition is 
for expansion. Isn't it?


 \doglobal\saveXMLdatainelement{stp:\currentSETUPname}{cd:command}{cd:command}%
\expanded{\eachtexcommand[stp:x:\currentSETUPname]{\currentSETUPname}}%
\expanded{\texcommand[stp:y:\currentSETUPname]{\currentSETUPname}}}
 
 Look at the %-signs. 
 
 I hope Hans will add something like \setupsetup[generated=yes|no] with 
 generated=no as default
 to be backward compatible.
 
 Until Hans will include such a patched file you can use my attached one with 
 \usemodule[t-set-11].
 
 
 For Hans! Shouldn't the start in the definition be a \e!start 

I agree.

 \defineXMLenvironmentsave [cd:command] 
 [name=,type=,generated=,interactive=,variant=]
   {}
   {\doifelseXMLop{type}{environment}
  
 {\edef\currentSETUPname{start\getinterfacecomponent{string}{\XMLop{name
  -
  \e!start

With current code the command name is typeset by uppercase, like
   \startFRAMEDTEXT
Is this intended? In my opinion it confuses the user. I would redefine

\defineXMLenvironmentsave [cd:variable] [value=]
   {{\expanded{\setupintfont{%
   \getinterfacecomponent{variable}{\XMLop{value}\ignorespaces}
   {\ignorespaces}

to

\defineXMLenvironmentsave [cd:variable] [value=]
   {{\expanded{%
   \getinterfacecomponent{variable}{\XMLop{value\ignorespaces}
   {\ignorespaces}

Vit
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[NTG-context] shortsetup and environment (resent from dev-context)

2006-09-19 Thread Vit Zyka
Hi Hans and others,

I have tried to find the solution of the problem described by minimal 
example bellow without success.
(Parsing XML database cont-en.xml, every 'cd:command' with 
'type=environment' have to be defined with 'start' prefix. As far as I 
could check it is done OK. But \start commands are not known for 
\shortsetups.)

It is needed for Beginners' manual. Please can you have a look at it?

Thanks
Vit

 Original Message 
Subject: shortsetup and environment
Date: Mon, 18 Sep 2006 01:08:03 +0200
From: Vit Zyka [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: dev-context@ntg.nl

Dear Hans,

it seems to me that \shortsetup ignores cd:command with
type=environment. Please see the next example:

-
\usemodule[set-11] \loadsetups

\starttext

page (OK): \shortsetup{page}

startframedtext (NOTHING): \shortsetup{startframedtext}

framedtext (NOTHING): \shortsetup{framedtext}

\stoptext
--

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Re: [NTG-context] base/tex.rb comments

2006-07-21 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Richard Gabriel wrote:
 Hello Hans and others,

 I'd have two comments to the texmf/scripts/context/ruby/base/tex.rb 
 script.

 1. I find quite impractical that the formats (cont-en, cont-nl etc.) 
 are hardcoded in the scripts. When one wants to add a new format, then 
 he must add it on 4 or 5 places in the script, and do it again and 
 again everytime when upgrading ConTeXt. :-(
 well, we can use:
 
 def validsomething(str,something)
 if str then
 list = [str].flatten.collect do |s|
 something[s] || s # || s added
 end .compact.uniq
 if list.length0 then
 if str.class == String then list.first else list end
 else
 false
 end
 else
 false
 end
 end
 
 and then you can say
 
 texexec --all --make --texformats=cont-xx
 
 given that you have cont-xx.tex
 
 2. Maybe this is an OS and TeX distribution specific issue...
 I use TeXLive 2005 on Windows XP.
 The TeX formats are located in C:\TeXLive\texmf-var\web2c. [the 
 kpsewhich --show-path=fmt command also shows this path].
 When generating a format using texmfstart texexec --make en, the 
 generated format is placed into C:\TeXLive\texmf-var\web2c\pdfetex. 
 Then, when trying to use the format, it is not found...

 This is done on line 547 of tex.rb:

 texformatpath = if getvariable('local') then '.' else 
 Kpse.formatpath(texengine,true) end

 So I've changed it to Kpse.formatpath(texengine,false) and 
 everything is fine.

 But I don't understand why it is set so by default and why it doesn't 
 work for me.
 Does anybody experience the same problem?
 we really need the engine path so i wonder why the format
  is not found; maybe an error in the cnf file (should recursively
  search the web2c path for formats)

I have the same observation. The TeXLive 2005 definition is

   TEXFORMATS = .;$TEXMF/web2c/{$engine,}

but it seems to me tex binaries do not set $engine variable. If so, it 
can be locally solved (without changing binaries and supposing not using 
xetex or another engine) by

   TEXFORMATS = .;$TEXMF/web2c//

Vit

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Re: [NTG-context] small caps italic and font switching inside math

2006-07-03 Thread Vit Zyka
Mojca Miklavec wrote:
 On 7/1/06, Taco Hoekwater wrote:
 Mojca Miklavec wrote:
 On 6/29/06, Taco Hoekwater wrote:

 {\bf A test \variant[Caps] in small caps}
 Does this work on your computer? (I don't get any caps here.)
 No it doesn't, it was a leftover from a failed experiment

I did not follow the thread closely but can it help you
   http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Pseudo_Small_Caps
?

vit

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Re: [NTG-context] frontmatter

2006-06-22 Thread Vit Zyka
Willi Egger wrote:
 Hi Wolfgang,
 
 I tried your code. Indeed there is no blank page after the Schmutztitel.
 So you need to add to the \startstandardmakeup[page=yes]. - Something 

Moreover:

page=yes|right|... makes the same page break setting to both place: 
start...matter and stop...matter. I ussually need a different setting. 
For now I am solving it by

\setupsectionblock
   [frontpart]
   [page=right,
after={\setvalue{\??sb\@@sectionblock\c!page}{}}]

but it is not elegant. Can be introduced pagestart|pagestop?

Vit

 fuzzy is at hand with grid=yes.
 If you comment this line then the output is as expected.
 
 
 Willi
 
 
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hallo!

 I am trying to use 'standardmakeup' to produce 'Schmutztitel'-page
 with a following blank page. I think this is what 
 \start\stopstandardmakeup is for (in doublesided environments).

 But the example bellow has first a blank page and then 
 'Schmutztitel'.

 There is a fourth blank page too.

 -
 \setuppagenumbering  [alternative=doublesided]
 \setuplayout [
 footer=.04\paperheight, %1
 grid=yes,   %2
 marking=on,
 location=middle,
 width=middle,
 height=middle]
 \starttext
 \startfrontmatter   %3
 \startstandardmakeup
 Schmutztitel
 \stopstandardmakeup
 \stopfrontmatter%3
 bla
 \stoptext
 -

 My experiments:

 - a space-char between 'doublesided' and ']' removes the last blank 
 page (strange).

 - uncommenting the lines in position 1,2,3 exclusivly results in the 
 correct behaviour.

 I would like to understand what the problem is and why, for example, 
 uncommenting frontmatter solves the problem.

 I thought frontmatter is the place to do title-things and so.

 Grüße, Wolfgang
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Re: [NTG-context] How to increase left and right padding of cells in a natural table?

2006-06-22 Thread Vit Zyka


Nicolas Grilly wrote:
 Hello,
  
 I'm using natural tables (\bTABLE ... \eTABLE) and/ /I want to increase 
 the space between the cells borders and the text inside the cells (CSS 
 calls that left-padding and right-padding).
  
 I didn't use parameter offset because I want to increase only left and 
 right padding. I don't want to increase top and bottom padding.

Let try
offset=2pt,% hor+vert each cell
distance=\zeropoint,   % individual column
columndistance=\zeropoint, % each column (whole table)
leftmargindistance=\zeropoint, % whole table
rightmargindistance=\zeropoint,% whole table

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Re: [NTG-context] How to increase left and right padding of cells in a natural table?

2006-06-22 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Nicolas Grilly wrote:
 Vit,

 I just tried your solution, but it doesn't work: it adds space to the four
 side of table cells. But I want to add space ONLY TO LEFT AND RIGHT, not to
 top and bottom, like in the following illustration:

 -
 |My text|
 -
   
 inside the cell 
 
 \leftskip1em \rightskip\leftskip 

Not to four sides but between columns. Rows distance is not affected. 
But you are right it does not increase distance between text and cell 
frame. Since natural tables uses \framed construct in each cell and 
\framed has no 'before'/'after'/'hoffset'/'leftoffset'/'rightoffset' it 
can not be simply set for whole natural table.

Solution?

a) quick:
  \bTD \hskip1cm Second movie \hskip2cm\null\eTD
or with macro:
\newdimen\lOffset \lOffset=1cm
\newdimen\rOffset \rOffset=2cm
\def\myNatTabCell#1{\bTD\hskip\lOffset#1\hskip\rOffset\null\eTD}
...
\myNatTabCell{Second movie}
...

b) systematic
create alternative \extframed with 'before', 'after', 'hoffset', 
'leftoffset', 'rightoffset', 'voffset', 'topoffset', 'bottomoffset'
and add switches:
   \bTABLE[alternative=extframed,leftoffset=1cm,rightoffset=2cm]

Vit

Minimal example:
---
\starttext
\bTABLE[frame=on]
\bTR
 \bTH My Title \eTH
 \bTH Your title \eTH
\eTR
\bTR
 \bTD First try \eTD
 \bTD Second try \eTD
\eTR
\bTR
 \bTD First movie \eTD
 \bTD \hskip1cm Second movie \hskip2cm\null\eTD
\eTR
\eTABLE
\stoptext

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Re: [NTG-context] frontmatter

2006-06-22 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Vit Zyka wrote:
 Willi Egger wrote:
   
 Hi Wolfgang,

 I tried your code. Indeed there is no blank page after the Schmutztitel.
 So you need to add to the \startstandardmakeup[page=yes]. - Something 
 
 Moreover:

 page=yes|right|... makes the same page break setting to both place: 
 start...matter and stop...matter. I ussually need a different setting. 
 For now I am solving it by

 \setupsectionblock
[frontpart]
[page=right,
 after={\setvalue{\??sb\@@sectionblock\c!page}{}}]
   
 the problem has to do with an overflow of makeup in grid mode (due to already 
 present mark reset nodes); i uploaded a beta that (hopefully) corrects the 
 problem (thanks to taco for analyzing that it was textheight related) 
 
 Hans 

Good news the bug was fixed.

What I proposed was not related to mentioned error. It just recalled me 
this problem of coupled 'page' option and the need to be split.

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Re: [NTG-context] frontmatter

2006-06-22 Thread Vit Zyka
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I tried your code. Indeed there is no blank page after the
 Schmutztitel.
 So you need to add to the \startstandardmakeup[page=yes]. -
 Something 
 
 Moreover:

 page=yes|right|... makes the same page break setting to both
 place: 
 start...matter and stop...matter. I ussually need a different
 setting. 
 For now I am solving it by

 \setupsectionblock
[frontpart]
[page=right,
 after={\setvalue{\??sb\@@sectionblock\c!page}{}}]
   
 the problem has to do with an overflow of makeup in grid mode (due
 to already present mark reset nodes); i uploaded a beta that
 (hopefully) corrects the problem (thanks to taco for analyzing that
 it was textheight related) 
 Hans 
 Good news the bug was fixed.

 What I proposed was not related to mentioned error. It just recalled
 me 
 this problem of coupled 'page' option and the need to be split.

 Vit
 
 Can you make a little example where a split 'page' option is from 
 use?

When you want the frontmatter starts et right (odd) page and mainmatter 
at arbitrary one.

Setting:
   \setupsectionblock[frontpart][page=right]
put
   \page[right]
at
   \startfrontmatter
and also at
   \stopfrontmatter
and that is why following mainmatter may skip even page starting at 
right one. My solution is above but it is not user friendly.

Vit

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Re: [NTG-context] ec encoding and tcaron

2006-06-09 Thread Vit Zyka
Michal Kvasnicka wrote:
 Hi Richard.
 I'm sure the EC encoding contains the 'tcaron' character (see the 
 lm-ec.enc file for example).
 I have ConTeXt on top of TeXLive 2005.
 I can find:
 texmf/fonts/enc/dvips/base/ec.enc
 texmf/fonts/enc/dvips/lm/ec-lm.enc
 texmf/fonts/enc/dvips/lm/lm-ec.enc

 I use EC normally for typesetting Czech documents. So I would suggest 
 to use EC ;-)
 I'm sorry you're not right. The lm-ec.enc really includes tcaron, but 
 neither ec.enc nor EC.enc does, at least at my teTeX 3.0. If you use 

I believe this bug was fixed more then a year ago. The names of ec-lm 
and lm-ec was changed during a time a year ago. teTeX 3.0 has not 
changed since last year since it is dead.

Vit

 only LatinModern, it works, because lm-ec.enc is used. But I doubt it 
 works well for other fonts. Does it? I was unsuccessful. Can you send me 
 your ec.enc file please?
 
 Yours
 Michal Kvasnicka
 
 P.S. It's nice to hear that more Czech use the ConTeXt.

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Re: [NTG-context] Font size in FLOWchart module.

2006-06-01 Thread Vit Zyka
John R. Culleton wrote:
 On Monday 08 August 2005 07:59, Hans Hagen wrote:
 Vit Zyka wrote:
 John R. Culleton wrote:
 I am using the flowchart module to create various goodies. What
 I don't know how to do is regulate the size of the font for the
 text that goes inside the little boxes. Any suggestions?
 I do not known any other way but put the size/style together with text:

 \startFLOWcell
   \name{Obs}
   \location{1,1}
   \shape{action}
   \text{{\switchtobodyfont[16pt]\bf Text in cell}}
 \stopFLOWcell

 If you want to be consistent over several cells, define a macro.
 vit
 in m-chart you will find:

 \setupFLOWcharts
   [\c!option=,
\c!bodyfont=,
\c!dot=,  % private option
\c!width=12\bodyfontsize,
\c!height=7\bodyfontsize,
\c!maxwidth=,
\c!maxheight=,
\c!offset=\v!standard, % == auto offset
\c!dx=2\bodyfontsize,
\c!dy=2\bodyfontsize,
\c!nx=0, % 1,
\c!ny=0, % 1,
\c!x=1,
\c!y=1,
\c!autofocus=,
\c!focus=,
\c!background=,  % \v!color,
\c!backgroundcolor=\s!white,
\c!rulethickness=\linewidth,
\c!frame=\v!off,
\c!framecolor=]

 \setupFLOWlines
   [\c!corner=\v!round,
\c!arrow=\v!yes,
\c!dash=\v!no,
\c!radius=.375\bodyfontsize,  % 2.5\c!rulethickness
\c!color=FLOWlinecolor,
\c!rulethickness=.15\bodyfontsize,  % 2pt,
\c!offset=\v!none]

 \setupFLOWshapes
   [\c!default=action,
\c!framecolor=FLOWframecolor,
\c!background=\v!color,
\c!backgroundcolor=FLOWbackgroundcolor,
\c!backgroundscreen=\@@rsscreen,
\c!rulethickness=.15\bodyfontsize,  % 2pt,
\c!offset=.5\bodyfontsize]

 \setupFLOWfocus
   [\c!framecolor=FLOWfocuscolor,
\c!background=\@@FLOSbackground,
\c!backgroundcolor=\@@FLOSbackgroundcolor,
\c!backgroundscreen=\@@FLOSbackgroundscreen,
\c!rulethickness=\@@FLOSrulethickness,
\c!offset=\@@FLOSoffset]

 \definecolor [FLOWfocuscolor]  [s=.2]
 \definecolor [FLOWlinecolor]   [s=.5]
 \definecolor [FLOWframecolor]  [s=.7]
 \definecolor [FLOWbackgroundcolor] [s=.9]

 so guess ... what variable can be used to set the bodyfont

 Hans
 
 Revisiting this question after an absence I tried redefining
 various values from the above list within \setupFLOWcharts. None
 worked.  No doubt there is a magic combination I missed. But more
 than one user has been perplexed by this. 
 
 You know I never did figure out the answer to this one. And
 factors such as \tfd were still too small. So I used the 

John, I guess you have

   maxwidth=\textwidth

and your natural chart is wider then \textwidth, is't it?
What happens if you put away maxwidth?

Vit

 TeX primitive: 
 \font\cx=bchr8r at 10pt
  external to any other macro
 and for each text string in the chart definition
 I used the \cx prefix. This was simple,
 controllable, and did not interact with anything else. And the
 font came out at the expected size. 
 
 A better (more Contextish) solution is still requested. 

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Re: [NTG-context] notes on columnset typesetting (not only about)

2006-05-27 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Vit Zyka wrote:
 Firstly, let us show some examples:
 - transparency frames
ftp://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/pub/cmp/users/zyka/vg-ex/vg05-ex-body1.pdf
 - two columnsets + marginals + figures + balancing
ftp://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/pub/cmp/users/zyka/vg-ex/vg05-ex-body2.pdf
 - two columnsets + page float
ftp://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/pub/cmp/users/zyka/vg-ex/vg05-ex-body3.pdf
 - three columnsets + floats
ftp://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/pub/cmp/users/zyka/vg-ex/vg05-ex-encyk.pdf
 - content
ftp://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/pub/cmp/users/zyka/vg-ex/vg05-ex-content.pdf
 - index
ftp://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/pub/cmp/users/zyka/vg-ex/vg05-ex-index.pdf
   
 nice; how about an article on such a project for the maps/tugboat

hmmm, I will think about it. But in the summer time I want to spent my 
spare time by beginners manual translation...

 Comments:
   grid
? if we want to do avoiding orphans and widows automatically,
  we would probably need the glue with DISCRETE STEP of
  stretch/shrink.
  Then we can say e.g.
\let\bl=\baselineskip
\setuphead
  [section]
  [before=\vskip1\bl plus1\bl withstep1\bl]
  to get vertical space before section head exactly 1 OR 2
  \baselineskip height.
  Another solution with stepwise box:
\vbox to2\bl plus2\bl withstep1\bl{\vfil heading \vfil}
   
 hm, worth investigating but maybe wait for what pdftex will bring some 
 day soon

you mean things about lua?

! the only problem was in the table of contents + columns;
  from the first line there was a small shift between columns;
  perhaps \splittopskip? but setting it to large enough value
  does not solve it.
   
 could be; actually i wish i'd set topskip to strutheight by default 
 which would make life way easier

perhaps; but imagine different strutheight in different columns (each 
column top line contains different font size - in the content it can be 
very frequent if each head level is typeset with diferent size); what about
   \setupcolumns[topskip=dimen|font] if font is given, dimen is calc

  after Hans improvement seems that some floats soes not dissappered 
 now, but need to be carefull
   
 i think that indeed some floats get lost bugs were solved but it's 
 always a bit tricky with left-overs
+ floats insertion with specifying place
  ? for top float: automatically setting \placeongrid[{broad,high}]
for bottom float \placeongrid[{broad,low}]
to be vertically align with text on the rest of column(s)
   
 there is some control possible, so remind me when you need it again 
 (\OTRSETprepareforcolumnslot permits log/middle/high handling but it's 
 not keyword driven (yet)

OK.

* balancing: only manually by setting:
 \setupcolumnsetlines[columnset_id][columnset_page][column][line]
  ! Not so painful if it not occures next: If there are many
 floats near balancing place they sometimes disappear or cause ignoring
 balancing - even if they can fit on the place.
  ? understand that automatical balancing with floats is extremly 
 difficult
   
 indeed
* page floats: big improvements during the work.
  ! running marginal text continue through the page with only float
  = so you have to manually insert blank vertical margin on such place
* header  footers: Hans did a new column marking:
 \getmarking[marking_id][column][last/first].
  ! There are some problems [perhaps with expansion (different 
 counter number and text)] if marking goes between two columnsets (framed 
 chapters cross two cols in examples).
   
 hm, some day ...
  = found acceptable hack but need more ivestigation on small 
 examples for cleaning.
   
 ok
   metapost inclusion
+ the most powerful, smooth and stable part of ConTeXt in my opinion 
 (see random frames, circles with transparent graphics, lines with color 
 shading)
   
= if you have many (over 1024!) shadings (- MP specials) do
  \settrue \manyMPspecials
   
 this is the default now (today i played with persistent mp runs and that 
 will speed up runtime processing enourmously)

what is persistent mp run? It means mp that has not changed since 
previous run? It would be great. (btw compilation the whole book takes 
about 20 min on 3.2 Ghz AMD.)

Vit

 index (register)
 
+ nice possibility to differentiate several groups (here 8 from which 
 4 have different visual marking of page number, see index example)
- sorting: until this spring there was no satisfied backround for
 Czech sorting in newtexutil.rb till this spring.
  = I did dirty reimplementation of old texutil.pl for doing so
  * I have to have a look for new sorting now.
- coupling: page numbers with group preserving (see example)
  = also in texutil.pl reimplementation

   regime
* my great discovery was that the regime IS
\enableregime{latin2} % correct
  and NOT
\enableregime{il2} % incorrect!
   
 well, il2 is actually a kind of hack

Re: [NTG-context] notes on columnset typesetting (not only about)

2006-05-26 Thread Vit Zyka
batela wrote:
 Many thanks for sharing your env file. I'm trying to use that making 
 some projects and components files. But every-time I run texexec  I 
 found a error message. For fixing that I will need to include the files 
 vz-cont.tex and vg05-general.

Hi she/he Batela,

you are right (vz-cont contains my local settings, abbreviations and 
some macro patches related to current instalation; vg05-general contains 
Czech hyphenation exceptions and balancing definitions like:
   \setupcolumnsetlines[Rok-2][4][1][45]
   \setupcolumnsetlines[Rok-2][4][2][45]
). In closer view you will find even more included files like member 
list generated from XML and used for full name expansion to index. But 
there are provided all files that define design and can illustrate 
solutions. Take them as an inspiration and an example how to use some 
construct. I personally do not try to compile it with todays ConTeXt.

 Did you can provide me some complete example of your work?

So, the answer is no.

Vit
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[NTG-context] notes on columnset typesetting (not only about)

2006-05-25 Thread Vit Zyka
Dear ConTeXters,

surprisingly, in this e-mail you will find any bug report! It is a 
summary of my experience with typesetting of a little complex book 
layout. I have finnished it during a one year long winning battle. Thank 
to everybody who helped, especially of course to Hans.

Thank you very much!

--

Next text can show, what is in present ConTeXt (or a bit older one)
possible and what is still problematic.

Firstly, let us show some examples:
- transparency frames
   ftp://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/pub/cmp/users/zyka/vg-ex/vg05-ex-body1.pdf
- two columnsets + marginals + figures + balancing
   ftp://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/pub/cmp/users/zyka/vg-ex/vg05-ex-body2.pdf
- two columnsets + page float
   ftp://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/pub/cmp/users/zyka/vg-ex/vg05-ex-body3.pdf
- three columnsets + floats
   ftp://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/pub/cmp/users/zyka/vg-ex/vg05-ex-encyk.pdf
- content
   ftp://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/pub/cmp/users/zyka/vg-ex/vg05-ex-content.pdf
- index
   ftp://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/pub/cmp/users/zyka/vg-ex/vg05-ex-index.pdf

Legend for comming comments:
   + pros
   - cons
   ? dreaming about new feature
   ! attention
   = my (perhaps suboptimal) solution
   * note

Comments:
  grid
   + very powerfull and working support
   + works gracefully with columnsets and floats
   * avoiding orphans and widows was done manually by:
 = enlarging/decreasing figures
 = adding/removing (half)blank lines around heads
   ? if we want to do avoiding orphans and widows automatically,
 we would probably need the glue with DISCRETE STEP of
 stretch/shrink.
 Then we can say e.g.
   \let\bl=\baselineskip
   \setuphead
 [section]
 [before=\vskip1\bl plus1\bl withstep1\bl]
 to get vertical space before section head exactly 1 OR 2
 \baselineskip height.
 Another solution with stepwise box:
   \vbox to2\bl plus2\bl withstep1\bl{\vfil heading \vfil}
   ! the only problem was in the table of contents + columns;
 from the first line there was a small shift between columns;
 perhaps \splittopskip? but setting it to large enough value
 does not solve it.

 columnsets
   + very nice feature, really;
 after Hans improvement seems that some floats soes not dissappered 
now, but need to be carefull
   + floats insertion with specifying place
 ? for top float: automatically setting \placeongrid[{broad,high}]
   for bottom float \placeongrid[{broad,low}]
   to be vertically align with text on the rest of column(s)
   * balancing: only manually by setting:
\setupcolumnsetlines[columnset_id][columnset_page][column][line]
 ! Not so painful if it not occures next: If there are many
floats near balancing place they sometimes disappear or cause ignoring
balancing - even if they can fit on the place.
 ? understand that automatical balancing with floats is extremly 
difficult
   * page floats: big improvements during the work.
 ! running marginal text continue through the page with only float
 = so you have to manually insert blank vertical margin on such place
   * header  footers: Hans did a new column marking:
\getmarking[marking_id][column][last/first].
 ! There are some problems [perhaps with expansion (different 
counter number and text)] if marking goes between two columnsets (framed 
chapters cross two cols in examples).
 = found acceptable hack but need more ivestigation on small 
examples for cleaning.

  metapost inclusion
   + the most powerful, smooth and stable part of ConTeXt in my opinion 
(see random frames, circles with transparent graphics, lines with color 
shading)
   = if you have many (over 1024!) shadings (- MP specials) do
 \settrue \manyMPspecials

 index (register)
   + nice possibility to differentiate several groups (here 8 from which 
4 have different visual marking of page number, see index example)
   - sorting: until this spring there was no satisfied backround for
Czech sorting in newtexutil.rb till this spring.
 = I did dirty reimplementation of old texutil.pl for doing so
 * I have to have a look for new sorting now.
   - coupling: page numbers with group preserving (see example)
 = also in texutil.pl reimplementation

  regime
   * my great discovery was that the regime IS
   \enableregime{latin2} % correct
 and NOT
   \enableregime{il2} % incorrect!

  pseudo-small caps
   = http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Pseudo_Small_Caps

  ...

I provide the environment files (design definition) in case of 
somebody's interest. But suddenly they are very very very dirty. 
Partially due to my unsufficient ConTeXt knowledge, partially due to my 
despair during trying many ways to solve some problem, partially due to 
putting pathes to old ConTeXt (it was fresh of course when the work 
begins), ...:
   ftp://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/pub/cmp/users/zyka/vg-ex/vg05-env.tex (core)
   ftp://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/pub/cmp/users/zyka/vg-ex/vg05-mark.tex (markup)

Best
Vit


Re: [NTG-context] More Feature Requests for math

2006-05-18 Thread Vit Zyka
Aditya Mahajan wrote:
 Hi Hans,
 
 1. Allow \definematrix and \definemathcases to have a parameter 
 displaystyle or textstyle. Right now, everything is in textstyle. 
  ...
 I don't know which syntax is better displaystyle=on|off (yes|no) or 
 [mathstyle=display|text].

I vote for [mathstyle=display|text] in such cases.

It is more descriptive in the reference list like tex-show (showing all 
option variants on a single line; displaystyle=on|off does not say there 
is any other 'textstyle'). Moreover, I pernamently forget which option 
use on|off and which yes|no.

Vit

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Re: [NTG-context] feature request: \everytrypass

2006-04-21 Thread Vit Zyka
Peter Rolf wrote:
 Vit Zyka wrote:
 Dear ConTeXters,

 I am counting occurence of some macro in the text. Problem is when this 
 macro is inside \bTABLE (and may be somewhere else). Due to try passes 
 the increment is counter is incremented more then once and the result is 
 multiplied.

 It is possible to implement some \everytrypass in which user can (e.g.) 
 null incrementing? Or there is some another solution?

 Thanks
 Vit

 Minimal example:
 ---
 \newcount\C
 \def\doIncrement{\global\advance\C by1\relax}
 
 \def\doIncrement{\iftrialtypesetting
   \else\global\advance\C by1\relax\fi}%
 
 donno if this works correctly inside a TABLE...

Oh, it is already done! ... How I was able to think in opposite...
Seems it works correctly in TABLE.

... but there is (at least) two \trialtypesettingtrue missing in caption 
composition. Bellow is the patch (see VZ comment marks).

Thanks Peter
Vit

--
\def\dopreparestackcaptionaut#1#2#3#4%
   {\doifsomething\@@kjkjalign
  {\ExpandBothAfter\doifnotinset\v!middle\@@kjkjalign
 {\let\captionovershoot\!!zeropoint}}%
\edef\captionhsize{\the\wd\tempfloatbox}%
\ifdim\captionhsize\hsize
  % float is wider than \hsize
  \dosetraggedvbox\@@kjkjalign
  \setbox\scratchbox\raggedbox % trial run
{\hsize\captionhsize
 \trialtypesettingtrue % VZ
 \notesenabledfalse
 \putcompletecaption{#4}{#2}{#3}{0}}%
  \ifdim\ht\scratchbox\lineheight % more lines
\dosetraggedvbox\@@kjkjalign
\setbox\tempcaptionbox\raggedbox
  {\hsize\captionhsize
   \advance\hsize -\captionovershoot\relax
   \ifdim\hsize\captionminwidth\relax
 \hsize\captionhsize
   \fi
   \putcompletecaption{#4}{#2}{#3}{0}}%
  \else
\setbox\tempcaptionbox\raggedbox
  {\hsize\captionhsize
   \putcompletecaption{#4}{#2}{#3}{0}}%
  \fi
\else
  % float is smaller of equal to \hsize
  \ifdim\captionhsize\captionminwidth\relax
\scratchdimen\captionminwidth % float smaller than min width
\edef\captionhsize{\the\scratchdimen}%
  \fi
  \setbox\scratchbox\vbox % test with overshoot
{\scratchdimen\captionhsize
 \trialtypesettingtrue % VZ
 \advance\scratchdimen \captionovershoot
 \advance\scratchdimen 3em % an average word length
 \ifdim\scratchdimen\hsize \hsize\scratchdimen \fi
 \notesenabledfalse
 \putcompletecaption{#4}{#2}{#3}{0}}%
  \ifdim\ht\scratchbox\lineheight
% at least an average word longer than a line
\dosetraggedvbox\@@kjkjalign
\setbox\tempcaptionbox\raggedbox
  {\scratchdimen\captionhsize
   \advance\scratchdimen \captionovershoot
   \ifdim\scratchdimen\hsize \hsize\scratchdimen \fi
   \putcompletecaption{#4}{#2}{#3}{0}}%
  \else
% just over a line, don't use an overshoot
 
\expanded{\doifcommonelse{\@@kjkjalign}}{\v!left,\v!right,\v!flushleft,\v!flushright}
  {\dosetraggedvbox\@@kjkjalign
   \setbox\tempcaptionbox\raggedbox
 {\hsize\captionhsize
  % strange : \raggedcenter
  \putcompletecaption{#4}{#2}{#3}{0}}}
  {% nicer
   \setbox\tempcaptionbox\cbox
 {\hsize\captionhsize
  \putcompletecaption{#4}{#2}{#3}{0}}}%
  \fi
\fi}

 
 Greets, Peter
 
 % \def\nullIncrement{\let\doIncrement\relax}
 % \appendtoks \nullIncrement to \everytrypass

 \starttext
\bTABLE
  \bTR\bTD Counter\doIncrement\eTD\eTR
\eTABLE
\message{ Counter=\the\C }%
 \stoptext
 

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[NTG-context] feature request: \everytrypass

2006-04-20 Thread Vit Zyka
Dear ConTeXters,

I am counting occurence of some macro in the text. Problem is when this 
macro is inside \bTABLE (and may be somewhere else). Due to try passes 
the increment is counter is incremented more then once and the result is 
multiplied.

It is possible to implement some \everytrypass in which user can (e.g.) 
null incrementing? Or there is some another solution?

Thanks
Vit

Minimal example:
---
\newcount\C
\def\doIncrement{\global\advance\C by1\relax}

% \def\nullIncrement{\let\doIncrement\relax}
% \appendtoks \nullIncrement to \everytrypass

\starttext
   \bTABLE
 \bTR\bTD Counter\doIncrement\eTD\eTR
   \eTABLE
   \message{ Counter=\the\C }%
\stoptext

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Re: [NTG-context] \setupframed[...][...=...]

2006-04-12 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Vit Zyka wrote:
 
Hi,

I tied to extend \setupframed[...=...] to also \setupframed[...][...=...]:

-
\unprotect
\def\setupframed{\dodoubleempty\dosetupframed}
\def\dosetupframed{%
   \ifsecondargument
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
   \else
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
   \fi
}
\def\dosinglesetupframed[#1][#2]{\getparameters[\??oi][#1]}
\def\dodoublesetupframed[#1][#2]{%
   \bgroup
 \def\dodoubleempty{}%
 \def\doframed[##1]{##1}%
 \xdef\tmp{\getvalue{#1}}%
   \egroup
 
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@[EMAIL PROTECTED]@[EMAIL PROTECTED]@[EMAIL 
PROTECTED]@EA[\tmp,#2]}%
}
\protect

\starttext
\setupframed[framecolor=yellow]  \framed{A}
\defineframed[myframed][framecolor=blue] \myframed{B}
\setupframe[myframe][framecolor=red] \myframed{C}
\stoptext
-

it works but with fully expansion of options. So it works a bit 
differently in a cases
1)
\def\ONorOFF{off}
\defineframed[myframed][frame=\ONorOFF]
\def\ONorOFF{on}\myframed{A}

2)
\def\ONorOFF{off}
\defineframed[myframed][frame=\ONorOFF]
\setupframed[myframe][framecolor=red]
\def\ONorOFF{on}\myframed{A}

Is there some simple solution? Or it has to be rewritten in a way like 
other \definesomething[...] (storing every parameter/definition-instance 
in a macro)? If sometimes this code would be reviewed I vote for doing 
\setupframed in this 'standard' ConTeXt way.

  
 
 next time post with less typos -) 

Sorry, next time I try to choose better time then 3 o'clock at night.

 anyway, here is a working solution: 
 
 \unprotect
 
 \def\setupframed
   {\dodoubleempty\dosetupframed}
 
 \def\dosetupframed
   {\ifsecondargument
  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
\else
  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
\fi}
 
 \def\dosinglesetupframed[#1][#2]%
   {\getparameters[\??oi][#1]}
 
 \def\dodoublesetupframed[#1][#2]%
   {\bgroup
\let\dodoubleempty\empty

 \def\doframed[##1]{\gdef\globalredefinedframed{\dodoubleempty\doframed[##1,#2]}}%
\getvalue{#1}%
\egroup
\letvalue{#1}\globalredefinedframed}
 
 \protect

Clever.

 keep in mind that some 100 setups of the same instance may lead to rather big 
 definitions 

Yes, but no problem, I need only one (or two) resetuping after definition.

 \setupcolors[state=start]
 
 \starttext
 \setupframed[framecolor=yellow]  \framed{A}
 \defineframed[myframed][framecolor=blue] \myframed{B}
 \setupframed[myframed][framecolor=red]\myframed{C}
 \stoptext
 
 i need to think about adding this, since it may break other things (i will 
 run it for a while) 

All right.

 you can add such patches to cont-loc.tex which is not distributed but read at 
 runtime 

I see, I did not know about this file. Fine.

Thanks Hans,
Vit
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Re: [NTG-context] \setupframed[...][...=...]

2006-04-12 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Vit Zyka wrote:
 
Is there some simple solution? Or it has to be rewritten in a way like 
other \definesomething[...] (storing every parameter/definition-instance 
  
 
 btw, there is (beware: use some unique name):
 
 \presetlocalframed[myframed]
 \setuplocalframed[myframed][width=4cm,height=2cm]
 \localframed[myframed][framecolor=green]{oeps}

localframed was a mysterious stuff for me.

It seems do exactly what I wanted. In this perspective the 
\setupframed[...][...=...] is not needed (only for not being suprised 
since its absence is a bit against context filosofy).

I just wanted to fill texshow web, but it is missing this stuff. So I 
added \*localframed note in missing texshow items on wiki.

Vit
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Re: [NTG-context] \setupframed[...][...=...]

2006-04-12 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Vit Zyka wrote:
 
Hans Hagen wrote:
  

Vit Zyka wrote:



Is there some simple solution? Or it has to be rewritten in a way like 
other \definesomething[...] (storing every parameter/definition-instance 
 
  

btw, there is (beware: use some unique name):

\presetlocalframed[myframed]
\setuplocalframed[myframed][width=4cm,height=2cm]
\localframed[myframed][framecolor=green]{oeps}


localframed was a mysterious stuff for me.

It seems do exactly what I wanted. In this perspective the 
\setupframed[...][...=...] is not needed (only for not being suprised 
since its absence is a bit against context filosofy).

I just wanted to fill texshow web, but it is missing this stuff. So I 
added \*localframed note in missing texshow items on wiki.
  
 
 it actually is a low level command, also, there is \defineframedtext which is 
 (1) configurable and (2) provided \myframed as well
 
 Hans 

And the content of \framed and \framedtext is formated the same way?

Hmm I am a bit confused with \framed v. \localframed v. \framedtext. If 
the difference is only in an interface or even in functionality. I will 
have to study the code but not time for that now.

Thanks for this note.
Vit


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[NTG-context] \setupframed[...][...=...]

2006-04-11 Thread Vit Zyka
Hi,

I tied to extend \setupframed[...=...] to also \setupframed[...][...=...]:

-
\unprotect
\def\setupframed{\dodoubleempty\dosetupframed}
\def\dosetupframed{%
   \ifsecondargument
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
   \else
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
   \fi
}
\def\dosinglesetupframed[#1][#2]{\getparameters[\??oi][#1]}
\def\dodoublesetupframed[#1][#2]{%
   \bgroup
 \def\dodoubleempty{}%
 \def\doframed[##1]{##1}%
 \xdef\tmp{\getvalue{#1}}%
   \egroup
 
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@[EMAIL PROTECTED]@[EMAIL PROTECTED]@[EMAIL 
PROTECTED]@EA[\tmp,#2]}%
}
\protect

\starttext
\setupframed[framecolor=yellow]  \framed{A}
\defineframed[myframed][framecolor=blue] \myframed{B}
\setupframe[myframe][framecolor=red] \myframed{C}
\stoptext
-

it works but with fully expansion of options. So it works a bit 
differently in a cases
1)
\def\ONorOFF{off}
\defineframed[myframed][frame=\ONorOFF]
\def\ONorOFF{on}\myframed{A}

2)
\def\ONorOFF{off}
\defineframed[myframed][frame=\ONorOFF]
\setupframed[myframe][framecolor=red]
\def\ONorOFF{on}\myframed{A}

Is there some simple solution? Or it has to be rewritten in a way like 
other \definesomething[...] (storing every parameter/definition-instance 
in a macro)? If sometimes this code would be reviewed I vote for doing 
\setupframed in this 'standard' ConTeXt way.

Vit
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Re: [NTG-context] feature request: clipping option for externalfigure

2006-04-11 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Vit Zyka wrote:
 
Hans Hagen wrote:
  

� wrote:



Hello,
I would like to clip an external eps-figure as LaTeX does with the clip
option.

Please consider the attachment as an example for en eps with white border
and the following LaTeX and ConTeXt code:

\starttext % no clipping possible here
bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla

\externalfigure[test-img][width=0.5\textwidth]

bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla
\stoptext

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{graphicx}
\begin{document} % here the white border is clipped away
bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla

\includegraphics[clip,width=0.5\textwidth]{test-img}

bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla
\end{document}

Or is there already such (undocumented) feature?

 
  

\clip[nx=10,ny=20,x=2,y=4]{}

and alike (grep for clip)

Hans


Peter was asking for something different, I believe.

\clip do the thing well but you have to measure a bb somewhere, e.g. in 
GhostView. Since \externalfigure have to know bb then an option 'clip' 
can do that without manual measuring. There might be even en extension: 
apart from 'clip' option there could also be 'bb=10 20 100 200' option 
for overwritting original boundingbox. Clipping a figures would be a bit 
more strightforward.
  
 
 i dunno what the intended effect is but here's an example
 
 \starttext
 
 \startuseMPgraphic{test}
 draw fullcircle scaled 4cm withpen pencircle scaled 1cm ;
 setbounds currentpicture to boundingbox fullcircle scaled 4cm ;
 \stopuseMPgraphic
 
 \ruledhbox{\useMPgraphic{test}}
 
 \vskip3cm
 
 \ruledhbox{\clip{\useMPgraphic{test}}}
 
 \stoptext

I see, I did not realize such simple usage of \clip (without options). 
That do exactly what was thinking about. One character of typing 
difference between:

   \clip{\externalfigure{test}}

and

   \externalfigure[clip]{test}

is not crutial:) So sorry for noise.

But as far as I know, \clip works only with left|top,width|height 
params. Could right|bottom be added (assuming at least one from 
left-width-right and top-height-bottom is missing - if not width|height 
is ignored)? Or there is again some secret that I missed?

Vit

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Re: [NTG-context] long style of a row to put in a macro

2006-04-10 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 olivier Turlier wrote:
 
Hi everybody,

In writing a glossary of building terms (approx. 400 entries) in a natural 
TABLE.

For each letter, A, B, C, I want a screen background, spanning on 2 colomns,
with \bf style, etc.  : this leads to a rather long definition that I don't 
wish
to copy on each new letter row, so I made a little macro to recall this setup.

This system is not working yet, so i beg your help, TIA for any answer

%%%
\setupcolors[state=start]

\starttext

\def\Rowa#1{nc=2,background=color,backgroundcolor=screen,style=\bf,
frame=off,align={middle,lohi}{#1}}

\bTABLE[frame=off,width=broad,split=yes]
\setupTABLE[column][1][style=\bf,align={right,lohi},width=3cm]
\setupTABLE[column][2][style=\tf,align={lohi}]
  
 
 you can say odd/even etc instead of 1,3,5 

Thinking about a feature request:

I very frequentely set every third (3,6,9,...) row with gray background 
to make wide tables well-arranged. I did it by a loop or with a script 
that generates data. Some 'everythird' equivalent to 'even' or 'odd' 
would be more strightforward.

Vit
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Re: [NTG-context] beta

2006-04-08 Thread Vit Zyka
Mojca Miklavec wrote:
 On 4/4/06, Taco Hoekwater wrote:
 

Hans Hagen wrote:

Hi,

 
 
- for mojca: take a look at regi-syn and let me know what vectors need
to be be added to the distribution
 
 
Mojca, it would be nice if you could give a go/nogo signal quickly.
I am slowly getting drowned with all the diff files so I am really
eager to have Hans go ahead and release a new version :)
 
 
 Taco  Hans: I'm really really really sorry. I didn't notice that
 question in thousands of mails on the list.
 
 Thanks a lot for adding the file, Hans!
 
 This line
 \defineregimesynonym[cp-1250] [cp1250]
 is not really needed: I never spotted any cp125* with a hyphen
 inbetween (in contrast to utf or iso encodings), otherwise everything
 seems to be working ok.
 
 \defineregimesynonym[1250] [cp1250]
 is also OK (didn't thought about it ;).
 
 
 If you're asking me about the other changes: here's the same list that
 I already suggested:
 
 renaming:
 
 windows - cp1252
 il1 - iso-8858-1
 latin2 - iso-8858-2
 iso88595 - iso-8858-5
 ^^
Everywhere should be 8859!

Everything else seems all right to me.
Vit

 grk - iso-8859-7

 
 
 And then adding the following definitions (cp1250 is already there):
 
 \defineregimesynonym[utf-8][utf]
 \defineregimesynonym[utf8][utf]
 
 \defineregimesynonym[windows-1250][cp1250]
 \defineregimesynonym[windows-1251][cp1251]
 \defineregimesynonym[windows-1252][cp1252]
 \defineregimesynonym[windows-1253][cp1253]
 \defineregimesynonym[windows-1254][cp1254]
 %defineregimesynonym[windows-1255][cp1255] % not supported yet (Hebrew)
 %defineregimesynonym[windows-1256][cp1256] % not supported yet (Arabic)
 \defineregimesynonym[windows-1257][cp1257]
 %defineregimesynonym[windows-1258][cp1258] % not supported yet (Vietnamese)
 
 % for historical reasons / compatibility
 \defineregimesynonym[windows][cp1252]
 
 % 5 - Cyrillic
 % 6 - Arabic (not supported)
 % 7 - Greek
 % 8 - Hebrew (3 signs missing)
 % 11 - Thai (not supported)
 
 \defineregimesynonym[il1][iso-8859-1]
 \defineregimesynonym[il2][iso-8859-2]
 \defineregimesynonym[il3][iso-8859-3]
 \defineregimesynonym[il4][iso-8859-4]
 \defineregimesynonym[il5][iso-8859-9]
 \defineregimesynonym[il6][iso-8859-10]
 \defineregimesynonym[il7][iso-8859-13]
 %defineregimesynonym[il8][iso-8859-14]
 \defineregimesynonym[il9][iso-8859-15]
 \defineregimesynonym[il10][iso-8859-16]
 
 \defineregimesynonym[latin1][iso-8859-1]
 \defineregimesynonym[latin2][iso-8859-2]
 \defineregimesynonym[latin3][iso-8859-3]
 \defineregimesynonym[latin4][iso-8859-4]
 \defineregimesynonym[latin5][iso-8859-9]
 \defineregimesynonym[latin6][iso-8859-10]
 \defineregimesynonym[latin7][iso-8859-13]
 %defineregimesynonym[latin8][iso-8859-14]
 \defineregimesynonym[latin9][iso-8859-15]
 \defineregimesynonym[latin10][iso-8859-16]
 
 % for historical reasons / compatibility
 \defineregimesynonym[iso88595][iso-8859-5]
 \defineregimesynonym[grk][iso-8859-7]
 
 
 
 I don't know whether and how often people use all those encodings (I'm
 only pretty sure that people use the cp1250 one). LaTeX offers all of
 them for example. I would suggest at least to rename the five regimes
 mentioned above and to point to the more consistent names using
 synonyms. The mentioned regimes are all present on
 http://pub.mojca.org/tex/enco/contextbase/, so it's up to you wheter
 you add any of the other regimes to the distribution or perhaps better
 wait till someone requests them. (There are so many files that taking
 them all would almost require a separate folder.) I'm happy now that
 cp1250 is in and I'm not using any other regime, so it's really not my
 decision.
 
 As far as I remember there were also some inconsistencies in the
 present greek and cyrillic regime.
 http://pub.mojca.org/tex/enco/contextbase/regi-vis.tex is slightly
 different than the file in the distro (uses named glyphs), but
 conceptually the same.
 
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Re: [NTG-context] feature request: clipping option for externalfigure

2006-04-08 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 � wrote:
 
Hello,
I would like to clip an external eps-figure as LaTeX does with the clip
option.

Please consider the attachment as an example for en eps with white border
and the following LaTeX and ConTeXt code:

\starttext % no clipping possible here
bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla

\externalfigure[test-img][width=0.5\textwidth]

bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla
\stoptext

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{graphicx}
\begin{document} % here the white border is clipped away
bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla

\includegraphics[clip,width=0.5\textwidth]{test-img}

bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla
\end{document}

Or is there already such (undocumented) feature?

  
 
 \clip[nx=10,ny=20,x=2,y=4]{}
 
 and alike (grep for clip)
 
 Hans

Peter was asking for something different, I believe.

\clip do the thing well but you have to measure a bb somewhere, e.g. in 
GhostView. Since \externalfigure have to know bb then an option 'clip' 
can do that without manual measuring. There might be even en extension: 
apart from 'clip' option there could also be 'bb=10 20 100 200' option 
for overwritting original boundingbox. Clipping a figures would be a bit 
more strightforward.

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Re: [NTG-context] Absolute positioning of grafics in ConTeXt

2006-04-05 Thread Vit Zyka
Johannes Fichtinger wrote:
 Hi all, 
 
 I'm quite new to ConTeXt, but I've been working with LaTeX for several years
 now. Now I faced a problem which I'm not able to solve in LaTeX which
 probably can be solved in ConTeXt:
 
 I need a possibility to set grafics in a book on exact, absolute positions.
 Now I found the way for background images, like in the attached example.
 But obviously, normal text is written above the background image. I need
 now a possibility like this but for foreground grafics.
 
 So, how can I set the position of grafics absolutely in ConTeXt?
 
 Thanks,
 Johannes.
 
 My example:
 
 --
 \enableregime   [il1]
 \mainlanguage   [de]
 \setuplayout[grid=yes,marking=on,horoffset=2cm,veroffset=2cm]
 \definepapersize[jo][width=14cm,height=18cm]
 \setuppapersize [jo][a4]
 
 \useexternalfigure[wr][dpm][type=png, width=5cm, height=4cm]
 \definelayer[wr-layer]
 \defineoverlay[wr-overlay][\composedlayer{wr-layer}]
 \setupbackgrounds[page][background={wr-overlay}]

\setupbackgrounds[page][background={foreground,wr-overlay}]

Cheers, Vit

 \starttext
 
 \setlayer[wr-layer][x=-0.1cm,y=-0.1cm]{\externalfigure[wr]}
 Blablabla
 
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Re: [NTG-context] Problem with encoding, XML and writetolist...

2006-04-05 Thread Vit Zyka
Martin Kolařík wrote:
 Hi Hans,
 
 I've analyzed the situation using different combinations of regimes and 
 encodings, including switching off handling (\donothandleactivecharacter) and 
 it seems to me, that every text with chars  127, which is fully expanded (as 
 in 8bit.tex), must cause difficulties, because TOC entry read back from TUO 
 is scanned independently and thus spaces are gobbled.

Hi Martin,

we have discussed this problem a year ago. In that time I solve it just 
writing '{}' in each title where was needed, like

   \chapter{Dobré{} ráno}

Now I have cooked an automatic solution. It is not optimal (effective) 
but working. The only needs is to redefine

   \def\numcharacter#1{\char#1{}}
   \let\dochar\numcharacter

and to load appropriate encoding file once more. Since it is banned a 
new macro \reuseencoding was introduce:

For Hans:
It would be nice if this feature was enabled in a standard distro. 
Perhaps you will find some more optimal solution...

---
\unprotected
\def\doreuseencoding#1%
   {\letvalue{\c!file\f!encodingprefix#1}\empty
\makeshortfilename[\f!encodingprefix#1]%
\startreadingfile
\readsysfile\shortfilename
  {\showmessage\m!encodings2{#1}}
  {\showmessage\m!encodings3{#1}}%
\stopreadingfile}
\def\reuseencoding[#1]%
   {\processcommalist[#1]\doreuseencoding}


\def\numcharacter#1{\char#1{}}
\let\dochar\numcharacter

\reuseencoding[ec]

\enableregime[latin2]

\starttext
\writetolist[chapter]{1}{Dobré ráno}
\expanded{\writetolist[chapter]{2}{Dobré odpoledne}}

\placecontent
\stoptext
---

 
 Now I have solved it using not-stable solution -- I am using triple sequence 
 of \expandafter to expand \XMLflush after \chapter instead \expanded. The 
 solution is not stable as it is ConTeXt implementation dependent.
 
 On the other side, now I do not know, how to partially expand code 
 \chaper{\XMLflush{XMLTag}} to obtain sequence of simple unexpanded chars. 
 Simple \expandafter is not sufficient, more \expandafters is dirty trick and 
 full expansion (\expanded) leads to TOC entry problem. In TeX source this 
 cannot occur (or can occur in strange situations :-), in XML source this is 
 almost rule.
 
 Maybe it would be useful to have in XML engine macro, which expands XMLdata 
 exactly to get read (original) content (like mine triple \expandafter). Maybe 
 such macro already exists and I am a real fool :-)
 
 Thank you for help, have a nice day,
 
 Martin
 
 
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Martin Kolařík wrote:

Aha, here maybe will be the solution :-)

I'am using standalone Win32 distribution from Pragma and I'm 

running texexec with --translate=cp1252cs. Typescripts use il2, 
which corresponds to fonts, of course. If I run the code without 
XML (if I transcribe XML to \chapter etc.) I get toc entry correctly too.

Where should I look for more? What is natural.ctx?
  

this is a one-to-one translation vector, and the one standard 
used by context; forget about all those other mappings, they can 
be done using regimes; you can use an il2 input regime, and any 
(resonable) font encoding, 

Hans 

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Re: [NTG-context] Problem with encoding, XML and writetolist...

2006-04-05 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Vit Zyka wrote:
 
Martin Kolařík wrote:
  

Hi Hans,

I've analyzed the situation using different combinations of regimes and 
encodings, including switching off handling (\donothandleactivecharacter) 
and it seems to me, that every text with chars  127, which is fully 
expanded (as in 8bit.tex), must cause difficulties, because TOC entry read 
back from TUO is scanned independently and thus spaces are gobbled.


Hi Martin,

we have discussed this problem a year ago. In that time I solve it just 
writing '{}' in each title where was needed, like

   \chapter{Dobré{} ráno}

Now I have cooked an automatic solution. It is not optimal (effective) 
but working. The only needs is to redefine

   \def\numcharacter#1{\char#1{}}
   \let\dochar\numcharacter

and to load appropriate encoding file once more. Since it is banned a 
new macro \reuseencoding was introduce:

For Hans:
It would be nice if this feature was enabled in a standard distro. 
Perhaps you will find some more optimal solution...

---
\unprotected
\def\doreuseencoding#1%
   {\letvalue{\c!file\f!encodingprefix#1}\empty
\makeshortfilename[\f!encodingprefix#1]%
\startreadingfile
\readsysfile\shortfilename
  {\showmessage\m!encodings2{#1}}
  {\showmessage\m!encodings3{#1}}%
\stopreadingfile}
\def\reuseencoding[#1]%
   {\processcommalist[#1]\doreuseencoding}


\def\numcharacter#1{\char#1{}}
\let\dochar\numcharacter

\reuseencoding[ec]

\enableregime[latin2]

\starttext
\writetolist[chapter]{1}{Dobré ráno}
\expanded{\writetolist[chapter]{2}{Dobré odpoledne}}

\placecontent
\stoptext
  
 
 the {} may break liguature building (and maybe kerning) ... taco knows ...

Hmmm, that's right.

 I got a brainwave ... 
 
 \enableregime[latin2]
 
 \starttext
 
 \def\numcharacter#1{\rawcharacter{#1}}%
 \let\dochar\numcharacter

So there is no need to have only 7-bit chars in tui/tuo etc.? All right, 
I think this will be better also for sorting. Sounds promissing.

 \writetolist[chapter]{1}{Dobré ráno}
 
 \expanded{\writetolist[chapter]{2}{Dobré odpoledne}}
 
 \placelist[chapter][criterium=text]
 
 test
 
 \typefile{test.tuo}
 
 \stoptext
 
 this can be sped up (a bit) with 
 
 % \dostepwiserecurse{0}{255}{1}
 %   {\setevalue{rchr:\recurselevel}{\rawcharacter\recurselevel}}
 
 % \def\rawcharacter#1{\getvalue{rchr:#1}}
 
 this means that all chars are round tripped to themselves in output files! 
 
 raw characters are not active and they are therefore equivalent to \char  
 
 it's enough then to put 
 
 \def\numcharacter#1{\rawcharacter{#1}}%
 \let\dochar\numcharacter
 
 into cont-new.tex 
 
 (i will discuss this in more detail with taco later) 

All right, thanks Hans,
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Re: [NTG-context] Problem with encoding, XML and writetolist...

2006-04-03 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Martin Kolařík wrote:
 
Aha, here maybe will be the solution :-)

I'am using standalone Win32 distribution from Pragma and I'm running texexec 
with --translate=cp1252cs. Typescripts use il2, which corresponds to fonts, 
of course. If I run the code without XML (if I transcribe XML to \chapter 
etc.) I get toc entry correctly too.

Where should I look for more? What is natural.ctx?
  
 
 this is a one-to-one translation vector, and the one standard used by 
 context; forget about all those other mappings, they can be done using 
 regimes; you can use an il2 input regime, and any (resonable) font encoding, 
 
  Hans

specifically for you:

\mainlanguage[cz]
\enableregime[windows] % or \enableregime[latin2] for il2

is enough for Latin Modern and Czech.

Vit

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Re: [NTG-context] \setupmarginrules

2006-03-28 Thread Vit Zyka
Willi Egger wrote:
 Hi Vit!
 
 Thanks for this patch. Do you know why the rulethickness must be given 
 in integer dimension. e.g. 2.5pt will cause an error, telling that a 
 wrong dimension is used.
 
 Willi

Due to my fault. Sorry. This is a little bit better solution:

---
\defineparagraphs   [poem][n=2,distance=20pt]
\setupparagraphs[poem][1][width=.25\textwidth]
\setupparagraphs[poem][2][rule=on,rulethickness=5.5pt]

\unprotected
\def\doalinealijn#1#2%
   {\doifelsevalue{\??al#2\the\alteller\c!rule}\v!on
  {\dimen2=#1\relax
   \dimen3=\getvalue{\??al#2\the\alteller\c!rulethickness}% VZ
   \hskip.5\dimen2
%  \hskip-\linewidth
   \hskip-.5\dimen3 % VZ
%  \vrule\!!width\linewidth
   \vrule\!!width\dimen3 % VZ
   \hskip-.5\dimen3 % VZ
   \hskip.5\dimen2}
  {\hskip#1}}

\starttext
\startpoem
\input knuth
\nextpoem
\input knuth
\stoppoem
\stoptext


Vit

 Vit Zyka wrote:
 
 
frantisek holop wrote:
 


hmm, on Sun, Mar 26, 2006 at 10:12:01PM +0200, Vit Zyka said that

   


\defineparagraphs   [poem][n=2]
\setupparagraphs[poem][1][width=.25\textwidth]
\setupparagraphs[poem][2][rule=on]

\setupmarginrules   [rulethickness=5pt]
   


this sets rules for margins. I guess the solution

\setupparagraphs[poem][2][rule=on,rulethickness=5pt]
 


sorry, i forgot to add, that i tried this one also :)
seemed logical, but the result is the same.

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Re: [NTG-context] \setupmarginrules

2006-03-28 Thread Vit Zyka
Taco Hoekwater wrote:
 
 Vit Zyka wrote:
 
   \dimen3=\getvalue{\??al#2\the\alteller\c!rulethickness}% VZ
 
 
 Taco Hoekwater wrote:
 
   \dimen4=\getvalue{\??al#2\the\alteller\c!rulethickness}% VZ
 
 
 That's funny ;)
 
 Cheers, Taco

Yes funny. Even line position is the same. But why 4? I know: why not.

Will be move to distro? (Indifferent which version.) Old code contained 
buggy space calculation and the rule position, I think.

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Re: [NTG-context] \setupmarginrules

2006-03-27 Thread Vit Zyka
frantisek holop wrote:
 hmm, on Sun, Mar 26, 2006 at 10:12:01PM +0200, Vit Zyka said that
 
\defineparagraphs   [poem][n=2]
\setupparagraphs[poem][1][width=.25\textwidth]
\setupparagraphs[poem][2][rule=on]

\setupmarginrules   [rulethickness=5pt]

this sets rules for margins. I guess the solution

\setupparagraphs[poem][2][rule=on,rulethickness=5pt]
 
 
 sorry, i forgot to add, that i tried this one also :)
 seemed logical, but the result is the same.
 
 -f

OK, there is a patch (with minor correction):

---
\defineparagraphs   [poem][n=2,distance=20pt]
\setupparagraphs[poem][1][width=.25\textwidth]
\setupparagraphs[poem][2][rule=on,rulethickness=10pt]

\unprotected
\def\doalinealijn#1#2%
   {\doifelsevalue{\??al#2\the\alteller\c!rule}\v!on
  {\dimen2=#1\relax
   \hskip.5\dimen2
%  \hskip-\linewidth
   \hskip-.5\getvalue{\??al#2\the\alteller\c!rulethickness}% VZ
%  \vrule\!!width\linewidth
   \vrule\!!width\getvalue{\??al#2\the\alteller\c!rulethickness}% VZ
   \hskip-.5\getvalue{\??al#2\the\alteller\c!rulethickness}% VZ
   \hskip.5\dimen2}
  {\hskip#1}}

\starttext
\startpoem
\input knuth
\nextpoem
\input knuth
\stoppoem
\stoptext
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for distro it also should be accompanied by

   \c!rulethickness=\linewidth,

in \def\dodefineparagraphs[#1][#2]%

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Re: [NTG-context] \setupmarginrules

2006-03-26 Thread Vit Zyka
frantisek holop wrote:
 hmm, on Fri, Mar 17, 2006 at 07:49:57PM +0100, Willi Egger said that
 
Hi Frantisek

The correct command is \setupmarginrules[rulethickness=2pt]. The option 
is rulethickness and it takes a dimension.
 
 
 i have tried this and it doesn't seem to work.
 
 \defineparagraphs   [poem][n=2]
 \setupparagraphs[poem][1][width=.25\textwidth]
 \setupparagraphs[poem][2][rule=on]
 
 \setupmarginrules   [rulethickness=5pt]

Hi,

this sets rules for margins. I guess the solution

\setupparagraphs[poem][2][rule=on,rulethickness=5pt]

Vit

 the rule in front of the 2nd column (poem[2]) still
 has the default thickness.
 
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Re: [NTG-context] sources of the manaul

2006-03-20 Thread Vit Zyka
Vit Zyka wrote:
You can check out the manual sources from the svn respository 
svn://ctx.pragma-ade.nl/manuals
 
 That is also my question. I would like to make a copy on my comp for 
 making current version.
 
 My goal is to start to translate the beginners manual to Czech. Can 
 somebody suggest me the better way to do that?
 
 - Will we store all language translations in one source files (and one 
 repository)? (in blocks paragraph-en.../paragraph-en 
 paragraph-cz.../paragraph-cz paragraph-??.../paragraph-?? ...)
 
 - Or each language mutation will be done in a unique file set?

I have managed to make a local copy of SVN yesterday (strange I was not
successfull some week ago) and the answers are obvious now from both the
en and nl files.

* Manual ma-cb-en:
- print version is OK.
- screen version errors:
   ma-cb-screen.tex, l.18: midle - middle
   ma-cb-style.tex, l.59,60: raster - screen;
 backroundraster - backgroundscreen

There was some discussion about beginners manual (hopefully ConTeXt at 
Excursion) translation into another languages in autumn. Does somebody 
make some steps towards this goal?

How stable do you (Hans, ...) think is the English version of ConTeXt in 
Excursion (ma-cb-en) now?


* Manual context error:
This is pdfeTeXk, Version 3.141592-1.30.3-2.2 (Web2c 7.5.5) 
(format=cont-en 2006.3.18)  20 MAR 2006 15:40
entering extended mode
  %-line parsing enabled.
  (c:/TeXLive/texmf-experim/web2c/natural.tcx)
**cont-en cont-en.tex
(./cont-en.tex

ConTeXt  ver: 2006.02.15 17:41  fmt: 2006.3.18  int: english  mes: english
.
(./co-en-01.tex [7.1.7]
layout  : subpage set 1 processed (size 7)
[8.2.1] [MP cont-en-mpgraph.2] [9.3.2] [10.3.3]
chapter : - Preface
! Use of \@@opitemize1placestopper doesn't match its definition.
\doifelse #1#2-\edef \!!stringa {#1}
  \edef \!!stringb {#2}\ifx 
\!!stringa \!...

\setitemlevel ...temlevel \c!placestopper }\v!yes
   {\def \tempsymbol 
{\getite...

\redostartitemgroup ...ommando }\setitemlevel {#1}
   \ifx \listitem \empty 
\set...

\dostartitemgroup ... {\dodostartitemgroup [#2][]}
   \fi
to be read again
\par
l.26
---

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Re: [NTG-context] sources of the manaul

2006-03-20 Thread Vit Zyka
John R. Culleton wrote:
 On Friday 17 March 2006 08:47, Hans Hagen wrote:
 
Geert Stappers wrote:

On Thu, Mar 16, 2006 at 05:17:46PM -0500, Aditya Mahajan wrote:

On Thu, 16 Mar 2006, frantisek holop wrote:

i think i have read something about this issue, but i don't remember
where or when :)

You can check out the manual sources from the svn respository
svn://ctx.pragma-ade.nl/manuals

Is there a read-only account available?
When doing a check out, how much data will be transferred?
(So I can estimate the download time (or reconsider doing it ;- ))


If you prefer to browse them online they are available at
http://context.aanhet.net/svn/
 
 I downloaded a bunch of files from that location. Just a quick
 question: Have they been updated since the 2001 edition? 

Seems to me, context manual, mathml, and fonts have been updated.

Vit


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Re: [NTG-context] sources of the manaul

2006-03-17 Thread Vit Zyka
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 On Thu, Mar 16, 2006 at 05:17:46PM -0500, Aditya Mahajan wrote:
 
On Thu, 16 Mar 2006, frantisek holop wrote:

i think i have read something about this issue, but i don't remember
where or when :)

You can check out the manual sources from the svn respository 
svn://ctx.pragma-ade.nl/manuals
 
 
 Is there a read-only account available?
 When doing a check out, how much data will be transferred?
 (So I can estimate the download time (or reconsider doing it ;- ))
 
 
 
 
If you prefer to browse them online they are available at
http://context.aanhet.net/svn/
 
 
 
 Or is that the read-only account?
 (Is  `svn checkout http://context.aanhet.net/svn/ context-manual`
 the way to go ? )

That is also my question. I would like to make a copy on my comp for 
making current version.

My goal is to start to translate the beginners manual to Czech. Can 
somebody suggest me the better way to do that?

- Will we store all language translations in one source files (and one 
repository)? (in blocks paragraph-en.../paragraph-en 
paragraph-cz.../paragraph-cz paragraph-??.../paragraph-?? ...)

- Or each language mutation will be done in a unique file set?

I can imagine advantages and disadvantages of both ways. But my very 
little knowledge of SVN can not deside better solution. What is prefereble?

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Re: [NTG-context] wrong order of content-list items if using balanced columnsets

2006-02-28 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Vit Zyka wrote:
 
Hello Wizards,

the next example illustrates the problem with wrong order of 
content-list items if using balanced columnsets:

-
\setuplayout[grid=yes,topspace=1cm,bottomspace=1cm,height=middle]
\showgrid

\definecolumnset[A][n=2,balance=yes]
\setupcolumnsetlines[A][1][1][21]
\setupcolumnsetlines[A][1][2][21]
\definecolumnset[B][n=2,balance=yes]

\starttext
\startcolumnset[A]
   \section{Knuth}
   \dorecurse{2}{\input knuth \endgraf}
\stopcolumnset
\placeongrid{\hairline}
\startcolumnset[B]
   \section{Zapf}
   \dorecurse{1}{\input zapf \endgraf}
   \blank
   Content:
   \placecontent[criterium=all]
\stopcolumnset

\stoptext


Problem is that the second section (Zapf) is inserted to .tui before the 
first one (Knuth). My observation: on the page where one columnset (A) 
is closed by \setupcolumnsetlines and the second (B) continues, .tuo 
contains marks from B firstly. This makes book content unsable in this 
configuration.

Any solutions? I am thinking about: Proper order writting to .tuo or to 
sort items according to mark number - it is correct (not sure if it is 
implemented?).
  
 
 it's a kind of bug; how about swapping the order: (page-lyr.tex)
 
 \def\settextpagecontent#1#2#3% #2 and #3 will disappear
   {\doifelselayerdata{OTRTEXT}
  {\setbox#1\hbox to \makeupwidth
 {\startoverlay
{\tightlayer[OTRTEXT]} % first, otherwise problems with toc
{\normalsettextpagecontent{#1}{#2}{#3}\box#1}
  \stopoverlay}%
   \dp#1\zeropoint}%
  {\normalsettextpagecontent{#1}{#2}{#3}}}
 

Slaaav!

 (you really don't want to know what happens there -) 

World record document with 40 balanced columnsets says it is OK.

Thanks you Hans
Vit
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[NTG-context] wrong order of content-list items if using balanced columnsets

2006-02-27 Thread Vit Zyka
Hello Wizards,

the next example illustrates the problem with wrong order of 
content-list items if using balanced columnsets:

-
\setuplayout[grid=yes,topspace=1cm,bottomspace=1cm,height=middle]
\showgrid

\definecolumnset[A][n=2,balance=yes]
\setupcolumnsetlines[A][1][1][21]
\setupcolumnsetlines[A][1][2][21]
\definecolumnset[B][n=2,balance=yes]

\starttext
\startcolumnset[A]
   \section{Knuth}
   \dorecurse{2}{\input knuth \endgraf}
\stopcolumnset
\placeongrid{\hairline}
\startcolumnset[B]
   \section{Zapf}
   \dorecurse{1}{\input zapf \endgraf}
   \blank
   Content:
   \placecontent[criterium=all]
\stopcolumnset

\stoptext


Problem is that the second section (Zapf) is inserted to .tui before the 
first one (Knuth). My observation: on the page where one columnset (A) 
is closed by \setupcolumnsetlines and the second (B) continues, .tuo 
contains marks from B firstly. This makes book content unsable in this 
configuration.

Any solutions? I am thinking about: Proper order writting to .tuo or to 
sort items according to mark number - it is correct (not sure if it is 
implemented?).

Thanks
Vit
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Re: [NTG-context] Fonts problems

2006-02-15 Thread Vit Zyka
Michal Kvasnička wrote:
 Good afternoon.
 
 I apologize that I bother you once more, but I'm getting desperate. :-( 
 I have still problem with fonts in ConTeXt---perhaps I'm not able to 
 install it well. I use ConTeXt  ver: 2006.02.03 21:00, pdfeTeX, Version 
 3.141592-1.21a-2.2 (Web2C 7.5.4), tetex-3.0-13 under SuSE Linux 9.2 (the 
 tetex is grabbed from Suse 9.3). I tried to copy all files where I 
 thought they should have been, texhashed, and build formats. Now, some 
 things work, but not all of them, and not in an expected way.
 
 Problem 1: I expect that a following file should typeset tufte in 
 Latin Modern font.
 \setupoutput[pdf]
 \starttext
 \input tufte
 \stoptext
 ConTeXt loads some map files (/usr/share/texmf/fonts/map
 /dvips/context/original-empty.map}{/usr/share/texmf/fonts/map/dvips/context/ori
 ginal-base.map}{/usr/share/texmf/fonts/map/dvips/context/ec-public-lm.map}{/usr
 /share/texmf/fonts/map/dvips/context/ec-base.map}{/usr/share/texmf/fonts/map/dv
 ips/context/8r-base.map}{/usr/share/texmf/fonts/map/dvips/context/t5-base.map}{
 /usr/share/texmf/fonts/map/pdftex/context/original-ams-base.map}{/usr/share/tex
 mf/fonts/map/dvips/context/original-ams-euler.map}{/usr/share/texmf/fonts/map/d
 vips/context/original-public-lm.map}), but it clearly isn't able to find 
 the right one, since it writes this error message:
 kpathsea: Running mktexpk --mfmode / --bdpi 72 --mag 1+0/72 --dpi 72 
 ec-lmr12
 mktexpk: don't know how to create bitmap font for ec-lmr12.

Hello,

it seems like old lm package (wrong map files). Try to update from
http://www.tug.org/cgi-bin/dirarchive/tex-archive/fonts/lm/fonts.zip

Vit Zyka

 kpathsea: Appending font creation commands to missfont.log.
  )
 Warning: pdfetex (file ec-lmr12): Font ec-lmr12 at 72 not found
 I can correct it when I add one more file:
 \loadmapfile[psclean.map]
 But I was told that I should omit this line. What's the problem? How can 
 I correct it?
 
 
 Problem 2: Let's suppose I add into the previous file this 
 B\oh-Bawerk
 then the letter \o is missing (a white space is on its place). Isn't 
 there a bug in the Latin modern fonts/virtual fonts/metrics, or 
 whatever? Moreover, gv views the hyphen over the h and B letters. 
 (Acrobat Reader 7 view it all right.) How is that possible.
 
 
 Problem 3: Some fonts are not used properly. The following file
 \setupoutput[pdf]
 \loadmapfile[psclean.map]
 \usetypescript[ppl] % working pos
 \switchtobodyfont[ppl,10pt]
 \starttext
 \input tufte\par
 \stoptext
 works well. It works even if I change pos to ppl, ptm, phv, or 
 tim. It works even when changed to pcr, but the text is ragged. When 
 changed to con, bookman, or iwona, it does nothing---the text is 
 typeset in Latin Modern. When changed to ant, I get this error message:
 kpathsea: Running mktextfm sy-anttrz
 /usr/share/texmf/web2c/mktexnam: Could not map typeface abbreviation 
 y- for sy-anttrz.
 /usr/share/texmf/web2c/mktexnam: Need to update 
 /usr/share/texmf/fonts/map/fontname/special.map?
 mktextfm: Running mf-nowin -progname=mf \mode:=ljfour; mag:=1; 
 nonstopmode; input sy-anttrz
 This is METAFONT, Version 2.71828 (Web2C 7.5.4)
 kpathsea: Running mktexmf sy-anttrz
 ! I can't find file `sy-anttrz'.
 I think I have installed all these fonts (instead of Adobe fonts I have 
 URW ones). What's wrong.
 
 
 
 Problem 4: From what afm files were the tfm metrics for Times, 
 Helvetica, and Palatino generated? Accents are positioned in a strange 
 way and after a tquoteright is a strange hole (bad kerning).  A long 
 time ago I've generated myself tfm metrics from afm files of URW fonts, 
 and they look much better. Were these afm files used, or were used some 
 afm metrics of fonts that do not include accented letter, i.e. are those 
 letters just TeX-based composites?
 
 
 
 Problem 5: How can I switch back to CS fonts? (Well, I know I bother you 
 all, but I still do not like Latin Modern fonts.) :-( I thought that 
 something like this could work, but it doesn't:
 \setupoutput[pdf]
 \loadmapfile[psclean.map]
 \loadmapfile[/usr/share/texmf/dvips/context/original-public-csr.map]
 \starttypescript [serif] [computer-modern] [il2]
   \definefontsynonym [cmb10][csb10][encoding=il2]
   \definefontsynonym [cmbsy10]  [csbsy10]  [encoding=il2]
...
 \stoptypescript
 \usetypescript[computer-modern][il2]
 \switchtobodyfont[computer-modern,10pt]
 \starttext
 \input tufte
 \stoptext
 How can I do it?
 
 I apologize for so many questions. Many thanks for your help.
 Your thankful
 Michal Kvasnicka
 
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Re: [NTG-context] line with height=0 in TABLE

2006-02-06 Thread Vit Zyka
Peter Münster wrote:
 Hello,
 
 I would like to have a line with zero height in a TABLE, but it seems to be
 more difficult, than I thought:
 
 \starttext
 \setupTABLE[r][2][height=0pt,offset=0pt]
^^
offset=overlay

Cheers
Vit

 \bTABLE
 \bTR \bTD bla \eTD \eTR
 \bTR \bTD \eTD \eTR
 \bTR \bTD bla \eTD \eTR
 \eTABLE
 \stoptext
 
 There is still some height in line 2...
 How could I get rid of this please?
 
 Greetings, Peter

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Re: [NTG-context] page float in columnset

2006-02-02 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Vit Zyka wrote:
 
Hans Hagen wrote:
  

Vit Zyka wrote:

 
 ah ... your persistent ... 

yes, slow but persistent (hopefully not annoying...)

 you can try this: 
 
 \OTRSEToutput
   {\dontcomplain % new, get rid of overfull message (to be sorted out)
\doloop
  {\OTRSETnaturalflush
  %\OTRSETstartnextpage %  no
   \OTRSETdoflushfloats % actually belongs in \flushsavedfloats (but goes 
 wrong)
   \OTRSETcheckfreelines
   \ifsomefreecolumncells \exitloop \fi}%
\OTRSETchecksidefloat}

Hura!!! Great. It works! It works! It works! It works at least for:

- full page float: [page|here](\textheight,\makeupwidth) in simple example

- full column float: [here](\textheight,\OneColWidth) in simple example

- does not change page break and/or float positions in 160 pages 2 or 3 
columnsets document with about 330 floats!

- and more over: preserves any text in this doc!

It does not work for \startcolumns (not columnsets) but
- seems to me it is another problem (break one more line in each column 
that is appropriate to \textheight)
- the behaviour is exactly the same with or without the new patch

Thank you, Hans, very much! I do not know how to reciprocate with... 
(you sometimes suggest to buy a beer but I am afraid of your being 
drunken if everybody who is helped by you buys to you a beer :)

Vit

 tricky patch so please test extensively! (for the moment put this in your 
 local copy of cont-loc.tex or maybe in your doc) 
 
 Hans 
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Re: [NTG-context] page float in columnset

2006-02-02 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Vit Zyka wrote:
 
- does not change page break and/or float positions in 160 pages 2 or 3 
columnsets document with about 330 floats!

...I can add fluent marginal column where the main text spans 2 
columnsets...

 so you have the world record now of the most complex doc made with column 
 sets; makes me confident that this (tricky) mechanism is becoming workable
 
  Hans

:-) That is a good news. Bad news is that I am working on this since 
March; on September it was to be done, but was not. Even worst, it has 
not been finnished yet - currently in the proofreading stage. 
Fortunately it is not a commercial job. But my friends are wondering 
what I can so long to do at it and they consider me to be crazy.

Vit
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Re: [NTG-context] page float in columnset

2006-01-31 Thread Vit Zyka
Hans Hagen wrote:
 Vit Zyka wrote:
 
 
Hi wizards,

let me go back to columnsets. I try to place a float spanning the whole 
page area. When doing that the running text placing exactly one page is 
completely and forever lost! Please see example:

-
\setuplayout[grid=yes]
\showgrid

\starttext
\startcolumnset
  \dorecurse{4}{#1 --- \input knuth \blank\endgraf}
  \placefigure[here]{none}{%
\framed
  [width=\makeupwidth,height=\textheight,offset=overlay]
  {Page float.}}
  \dorecurse{10}{#1 --- \input knuth \blank\endgraf}
\stopcolumnset
\stoptext
---

Switching here - page, tops, ... does not solve the problem.
The similar behaviour is observed when a float has one column width and 
fit the whole column height.

Is there some solution or another way how to do that and preserve the text?
 

 
 you were the guy running an ancient context, wasn;t it? 

Yes on my machine, not so ancient on an notebook; but your context is 
old too since you sent me off-list the same wrong result ;-)

Please, closely look on the paragraph numbering. In the second paragraph 
sequence the number 2, 3, and 4 are missing, number 1 and 5 are partialy 
missing - total one page is lost.

 works ok here (although i admit that this mechanism is a bit tricky;

i believe; it is one context's advantage over plain or latex, so it can 
be a new challenge to decrease the number of bugs...

 a solution is to make the graphic .99 textheight

even .98 not ;-) No, it does not solve. Text stops to disappear when 
there is enough space for at least one line. But I would like only 
figure on the page. Not with one or more line text. Yes one can add some 
imaginary empty line, but it is agly (and difficult if some \vadjust 
inside a paragraph is needed).

 (in columnset sone runs into rounding error problems 

Perhaps but loosing text it the worst variant - no error, no warning, no 
graphical mark. You can easily overlook such disaster.

Vit
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Re: [NTG-context] Substack in Context

2006-01-28 Thread Vit Zyka
Taco Hoekwater wrote:
 Aditya Mahajan wrote:
 
The definition from m-newmat is at least partly superceded by the
new core math definitions Hans added last week, so a new implementation
would be better.

Can you suggest something?
 
 
 Like this maybe?
 
 \def\substack#1%
{\begingroup
 \let\\\cr
 \startmathmatrix #1\stopmathmatrix
 \endgroup}
 
 Probably needs a bit of tweaking to make it look better
 (perhaps a [strut=no] parameter?).

What about use math primitive \atop:

\def\substack#1%
{\begingroup
 \let\\\atop
 #1
 \endgroup}

Vit
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[NTG-context] page float in columnset

2006-01-26 Thread Vit Zyka
Hi wizards,

let me go back to columnsets. I try to place a float spanning the whole 
page area. When doing that the running text placing exactly one page is 
completely and forever lost! Please see example:

-
\setuplayout[grid=yes]
\showgrid

\starttext
\startcolumnset
   \dorecurse{4}{#1 --- \input knuth \blank\endgraf}
   \placefigure[here]{none}{%
 \framed
   [width=\makeupwidth,height=\textheight,offset=overlay]
   {Page float.}}
   \dorecurse{10}{#1 --- \input knuth \blank\endgraf}
\stopcolumnset
\stoptext
---

Switching here - page, tops, ... does not solve the problem.
The similar behaviour is observed when a float has one column width and 
fit the whole column height.

Is there some solution or another way how to do that and preserve the text?

Thanks
Vit
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Re: [NTG-context] Sorting question

2006-01-23 Thread Vit Zyka
Henning Hraban Ramm wrote:
 Am 2006-01-23 um 01:08 schrieb Vit Zyka:
 
 ä (adiaeresis) is identical to a, ö (odiaeresis) identical to o, ü
 (udiaeresis) identical to u, the same for uppercase. ß (ssharp) is
 edentical to ss (same for uppercase, but in uppercase it's written
 as SS anyway).


 Hmmm, that is not complete: I understand that every ü, Ü, u, U  comes 
 to single group, but is uüUÜ? Let say yes. Then try
 
 
 I didn't test your code, but u, ü, U and Ü should be handled as same  
 (in normal German order)
 and u=U, ü=ue=Ü=Ue=UE in German phone book order.

Hmmm, I feel that the situation is more complicated (same as in Czech). 
Proper sorting needs several (3 or 4, perhaps some languages more?) passes:

1. pass: division - define which letters comes to the same group (it can 
be also group of letters) - defined for newtexutil.rb

2. pass: sorting with the simplified rules e.g. ü=ue=Ü=Ue=UE

3. pass: if all letter are the same according the 2. pass, then apply 
e.g. üueÜUeUE

4. ??? (perhaps problems with Czech 'Ch').

After that:

'Üb'  'üz'  'Üz'

 Greetlings from Lake Constance!

Enjoy it.
Vit

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Re: [NTG-context] Sorting question

2006-01-22 Thread Vit Zyka

Bernd Militzer wrote:

Hello,

is it possible to produce a sorted list without unsing the entry
\Ueberall in text?

%
\definesorting[person][personen]
\setupsorting[person][criterium = all]
%
\person{Unsinn, Klaus}
\person{Militzer, Bernd}
\person{Horten, Hans}
\person[Ueberall]{Überall, Heinrich}
%
\placelistofpersonen


 Any ideas?

We need to define (German?) sorting rules for newtexexec (newtexutil). 
Tell me in between 'Ü' have to be sorted I will try to prepare a code 
for this rule.


Vit



Thanks, Bernd





%#ConTeXt

%
%   allgemeine Grundeinstellung
%
\enableregime[windows]  % Eingabe-Codierung
\mainlanguage[de]   % Sprachmodus   
\usetypescript[modern][texnansi] 
\setupbodyfont[12pt]

%
%   Die besondere Seitenanpassung
%
\setuppapersize[a4][a4]
\setuplayout[location=singlesided]

\setuplayout[
backspace=2.46cm,topspace=1.2cm,
top=0cm,bottom=0cm,topdistance=0cm,bottomdistance=0cm,
header=1.5cm,footer=1.0cm,headerdistance=0cm,footerdistance=0cm,
leftedge=0cm,rightedge=0cm,leftedgedistance=0cm,rightedgedistance=0cm,

leftmargin=1.5cm,rightmargin=1.0cm,leftmargindistance=0.42cm,rightmargindistance=0.42cm,
width=16.5cm,height=27.4cm,
]
%
%
%   Z�hler f�r die lfdNr.
%
\global\newcount\xlfd \xlfd=0
% 
\def\LFD{\futurelet\testchar\MitOptArgLFD}

%

\def\MitOptArgLFD{\ifx[\testchar%
 \let\next\OptArgLFD \else %
 \let\next \NoOptArgLFD \fi \next}
%
% setzte den Z�hler auf bestimmten Wert
%
\def\OptArgLFD[#1]{%
{\global\xlfd=\number#1}
}
%
% erh�he den Wert um 1
% und gebe den Z�hler aus
% Besonderheit 
% zweistellige Ausgabe der Zahl also 01., 02. ... 10. 11. ...

% und Punkt
%
\def\NoOptArgLFD{%
{\global\advance\xlfd by 1\relax}
\ifnum\xlfd10
0\fi
\number\xlfd.
}
%
%Linie nach dem Namen
%
\def\myrule{ {\thinrules[n=1]\par}}
%
%
%
\starttext
%
%
% 1. ex no prob
%

\definesorting[personA][personenA]
\setupsorting[personA][criterium = all,before=\LFD,after=\myrule]

\personA{Unsinn, Klaus}
\personA{Militzer, Bernd}
\personA{Horten, Hans}


\placelistofpersonenA

\page

% 2. ex prob �berall on wrong position

%

\definesorting[personB][personenB]
\setupsorting[personB][criterium = all,before=\LFD,after=\myrule]

\personB{Unsinn, Klaus}
\personB{Militzer, Bernd}
\personB{Horten, Hans}
\personB{�berall, Heinrich}

\placelistofpersonenB

\page

% 3. ex prob �berall is missing

%
\definesorting[personC][personenC]
\setupsorting[personC][criterium = all,before=\LFD,after=\myrule]

\personC{Unsinn, Klaus}
\personC{Militzer, Bernd}
\personC{Horten, Hans}
\personC[Ueberall]{�berall, Heinrich}

\placelistofpersonenC

\page

% 4. ex prob �berall is missing

%
\definesorting[personD][personenD]
\setupsorting[personD][criterium = all,before=\LFD,after=\myrule]

\personD{Unsinn, Klaus}
\personD{Militzer, Bernd}
\personD{Horten, Hans}
\personD[Ueberall]{�berall, Heinrich}

First I use \Ueberall\ in text

\placelistofpersonenD

\page

\stoptext




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Re: [NTG-context] Sorting question

2006-01-22 Thread Vit Zyka

Mojca Miklavec wrote:

On 1/22/06, Vit Zyka wrote:



We need to define (German?) sorting rules for newtexexec (newtexutil).
Tell me in between 'Ü' have to be sorted I will try to prepare a code
for this rule.



ä (adiaeresis) is identical to a, ö (odiaeresis) identical to o, ü
(udiaeresis) identical to u, the same for uppercase. ß (ssharp) is
edentical to ss (same for uppercase, but in uppercase it's written
as SS anyway).


Hmmm, that is not complete: I understand that every ü, Ü, u, U comes to 
single group, but is uüUÜ? Let say yes. Then try

--
\input sort-ini.tex

\useregime[win]
\enableregime[windows]  % Eingabe-Codierung
\mainlanguage[de]   % Sprachmodus   
\usetypescript[modern][texnansi]

\startmode[sortorder-de]
  \exportsortexpansion{u}{u+1}
  \exportsortexpansion{udiaeresis}{u+2}
  \exportsortexpansion{U}{u+3}
  \exportsortexpansion{Udiaeresis}{u+4}
  \exportsortdivision{u+1}{u}
  \exportsortdivision{u+2}{u}
  \exportsortdivision{u+3}{u}
  \exportsortdivision{u+4}{u}
\stopmode

\setmode{sortorder-de}

\starttext

\definesorting[person][personen]
\setupsorting[person][criterium = all]
%\def\person#1{#1\expanded{\index{#1}}, }
%\def\person#1{#1\index{#1}, }

\person{Unsinn, Klaus}
\person{Militzer, Bernd}
\person{Horten, Hans}
%\person{Überall, Heinrich}
\person{\Udiaeresis berall, Heinrich}

Index:
\placelistofpersonen
%\placeindex[alternative=A]

\stoptext
--

Comments:
- newtexexec is needed!
- works for both index/sorting
- works only for \Udiaeresis not for direct Ü! Strange! Why?

Vit

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Re: [NTG-context] last natural table column longer

2006-01-21 Thread Vit Zyka

Taco Hoekwater wrote:


Hi Vit,

Vit Zyka wrote:


Hello Wizards,

my multi page (and multicolumn) table exceeds the last page by 2 rows. 
Is there a way to make last column a bit longer? Here is a minimal 
example:



The underlying problem is that you have to enlarge the height of
page 2. I don't know how that is 'normally' done, but perhaps it
gives someone else a hint ?


Answer to my own question:

Question:
  Imagine a table (\bTABLE) spanning several pages. Moreover the table 
is inside multicolumn (\startcolumn). How to make some column longer 
(having more rows in some column)? (Column height is given by page height.)


Solution:

1. Make page heigher (as high as the highest column) on every page where 
the table is:

   \setuplayout[lines=..]

2. Insert blank rows to appropriate table places to fill the columns:
   \dorecurse{..}{\bTR\bTD\strut\eTD\eTR}

Remarks:
1. \adaptlayout{page}{height=+...} has limited capability of making page 
heigher (not overcomes footer) so \setuplayout is more flexible.


2. Forsing column break by
 \bTR[after=\column]\bTD...\eTD\eTR
   works but add some spurious space on the top of next column. I was 
not able to remove it even experimenting with my own

 \installcolumnbreakhandler {MUL} {forse} {...}
and using
 \bTR[after={\columnbreak[forse]}]\bTD...\eTD\eTR
Spurious space demonstration:
--
\startbuffer[table]
\bTABLE[split=yes]
  \dorecurse{20}{\bTR\bTD cell #1\eTD\eTR}
  \bTR[after={\columnbreak[yes]}]\bTD between \eTD\eTR
  \dorecurse{100}{\bTR\bTD cell #1\eTD\eTR}
\eTABLE
\stopbuffer

\starttext
\startcolumns
  \getbuffer[table]
\stopcolumns
\stoptext
--

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Re: [NTG-context] [Fwd: after=\page in natural tables]

2006-01-20 Thread Vit Zyka

Hans Hagen wrote:

Vit Zyka wrote:


Hello,

this example from core-ntb.tex


\startbuffer[table3]
\bTABLE[split=yes]
  \bTR \bTD left \eTD\bTD right \eTD\eTR
  \bTR[after=\page] \bTD left \eTD\bTD right \eTD\eTR
  \bTR \bTD left \eTD\bTD right \eTD\eTR
\eTABLE
\stopbuffer

\starttext
  \getbuffer[table3]
\stoptext
---

does not work. Here is a log from live-wiki:

(./texweb-table3.tmp
! Use of \dododecrement doesn't match its definition.
\doifnextcharelse ...token =#1\def \!!stringa {#2}
  \def \!!stringb
{#3}\futur...

\popTBL ...\intablefalse \fi \doglobal \decrement
  \TBLlevel \relax
l.5 \eTABLE

?
! Emergency stop.



nasty one: we need to make \page test-safe

\unexpanded\def\pagebreak
 {\dosingleempty\dopagebreak}


I seee, OK thanks, it works. And I have to admit Taco was right with 
actual page height influences column splitting. I was wrong with my 
opinion. I was confused with


1) \adaptlayout[page][height=+3cm]
   increases the height only by: min(3cm,footer-height)
   (means UPTO footer-height)

2) there is some rounding error if setting height=(fit|middle), see

---
\showframe

\setuplayout[
  height=fit, % or middle
]

\startbuffer[table]
\bTABLE[split=yes]
  \dorecurse{200}{\bTR\bTD cell #1\eTD\eTR}
\eTABLE
\stopbuffer

\starttext
\startcolumns
  \getbuffer[table]
\stopcolumns
\stoptext


Vit

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Re: [NTG-context] last natural table column longer

2006-01-16 Thread Vit Zyka

Taco Hoekwater wrote:


Hi Vit,

Vit Zyka wrote:


Hello Wizards,

my multi page (and multicolumn) table exceeds the last page by 2 rows. 
Is there a way to make last column a bit longer? Here is a minimal 
example:



The underlying problem is that you have to enlarge the height of
page 2. I don't know how that is 'normally' done, but perhaps it
gives someone else a hint ?


It may be done by

\adaptlayout[2][height=+1cm]

but it does not solve the problem. Natural tables (IFAIK) are splitted 
at one moment as a whole to one fix (page) height. If I enlarge the page 
(where \bTABLE) then every column will be longer. We need some option 
(or command inside table) that say: hey, naturaltable-split-mechanism, 
start to split to different value. There is some \extratblsplitheight in 
core-ntb, but I did not cook too deep to understand it.


Vit



Cheers, Taco

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[NTG-context] typo in core-ntb.tex

2006-01-16 Thread Vit Zyka

Hi,

there is typo in core-ntb.tex: \def\splittblboxb#1%

\pagina - \page

Vit
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[NTG-context] [Fwd: after=\page in natural tables]

2006-01-16 Thread Vit Zyka

Hello,

this example from core-ntb.tex


\startbuffer[table3]
\bTABLE[split=yes]
  \bTR \bTD left \eTD\bTD right \eTD\eTR
  \bTR[after=\page] \bTD left \eTD\bTD right \eTD\eTR
  \bTR \bTD left \eTD\bTD right \eTD\eTR
\eTABLE
\stopbuffer

\starttext
  \getbuffer[table3]
\stoptext
---

does not work. Here is a log from live-wiki:

(./texweb-table3.tmp
! Use of \dododecrement doesn't match its definition.
\doifnextcharelse ...token =#1\def \!!stringa {#2}
  \def \!!stringb
{#3}\futur...

\popTBL ...\intablefalse \fi \doglobal \decrement
  \TBLlevel \relax
l.5 \eTABLE

?
! Emergency stop.


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[NTG-context] last natural table column longer

2006-01-15 Thread Vit Zyka

Hello Wizards,

my multi page (and multicolumn) table exceeds the last page by 2 rows. 
Is there a way to make last column a bit longer? Here is a minimal example:


--
\startbuffer[table]
\bTABLE[split=yes]
  \dorecurse{138}{\bTR\bTD cell #1\eTD\eTR}
\eTABLE
\stopbuffer

\starttext
\startcolumns
  \getbuffer[table]
\stopcolumns
\stoptext
--

Thanks
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Re: [NTG-context] ownnumber=yes

2005-12-21 Thread Vit Zyka

David Arnold wrote:

All,

This:

%output=pdf

\definehead[david][section]


If you set


\setuphead[david][ownnumber=yes]



\starttext

\chapter{One}
\input tufte

\section{Two}
\input tufte



then add a mandatory argument:

  \david{10}{Three}

Vit


\david{Three}
\input tufte

\section{Four}
\input tufte

\stoptext


Causes this:

! TeX capacity exceeded, sorry [input stack size=5000].
argument \s!section
  -3
\previoussection #1-\csname \??se #1
 \c!before \endcsname
\countervalue #1-\csname #1
\endcsname
\@@longsectionnumber ...?se \previoussection {#1}}
  \zerocount  \csname 
\previ...


\finalsectionnumber ...alue {\@@sectie \c!number }
  \fi \fi
\@@shortsectionnumber ...1\c!ownnumber \endcsname
  \fi
...
l.14 \david{Three}


Any ideas?


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Re: [NTG-context] CSRoman again

2005-12-19 Thread Vit Zyka

Hans Hagen wrote:

Hi

I've spent some time experimenting with LatinModern font. After all I 
was able to use it, but I found I hate it.
1) The have accents positioned in a ugly way (or at least, in a way 
not common in the Czech typesetting)


Do you have the current version - 0.99.3?


2) Some accents do no work, for instance \o (at least this doesn't work:
   \loadmapfile[psclean.map]



don't use that one, context will load map files for you (like il2-.)

it looks like you load the wrong map file



   \enableregime[il2]
   ...
   B\ohm-Bawerk

Is there some way to get privately back to CS-Modern fonts? It seems 
these fonts are redefined to Latin Modern, so I can't use them. Please 
help.



you can take a look at type-old.tex, and copy the relevant mapping 
(il2)to a local typeface file and load that one (as long as you make 
sure that the definitions are seen last)


another option is to use a private map file (or a file with 
\pdfmaplines) that map the latin modern fonts to csr fonts (maybe a 
better options; the metrics that tex uses are the same anyway)


anyhow, a few remarks:

- at the last bachotek there was a talk about czech type design and one 
of the remarks was that fo rmany fonts this whole accent business was 
more a matter of taste than of quality (i will not quote the speaker on 
czech typesetting tradition here-)


Probably Karel Horak. There was done big improvements since this time 
(spring 2005). So I have to support Hans's opinion.


There was a HUGE discussion on the Czech TeX list before and during 
Boguslaw's lecture in Brno (nov 2005). The result was:
- LM is suitable for Czech typesetting despite of some minor compromises 
followed from multinational typesetting.
- Boguslaw admited some minor bugs in LM and promised to fix them. He 
also carried out many notes and proof sheets.

- LM is much more consistent over the whole CM family.
- CS Type1 has many bugs in accents (nearly in any non csr10 font).

Vit

- if one goes open type (some day soon for tex) one has to live with 
some general design (consistent positioning among a large range)
- computer modern was never designed with all those accented characters 
in mind, and it will probably never look real great (plr, csr, vnr all 
look kin dof bad unless printed on high resolutions)
- as far as i've heard, there will be some compromis cooked up for cs in 
the next release of lm, and afaik after that the majority of cstug will 
adopt the font, so in the end 
- csr is a rather limited font since it only implements a small subset 
of il2 (same for pl0 which also implements a subset; such subsets are a 
nightmare for tex developers and stand in the way for future tex's, this 
is why the lm project was started ... we need to survive)


- just curious: do you always use cm fonts? there are other fonts with 
math nowadays


Hans
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Re: [NTG-context] Legal Project Structure

2005-12-18 Thread Vit Zyka

David Arnold wrote:

All,

I have files:

~/IntermediateAlgebraText/book.tex
~/IntermediateAlgebraText/bookenv.tex
~/IntermediateAlgebraText/chapter1/chapter1.tex
...
~/IntermediateAlgebraText/chapter8/chapter8.tex

I also have:

~/IntermediateAlgebraText/chapter1/section1.tex
~/IntermediateAlgebraText/chapter1/section2.tex
~/IntermediateAlgebraText/chapter1/section3.tex

And similar files for each of the eight chapters. Here is my project  
file: ~/IntermediateAlgebraText/book.tex


%output=pdftex

\startproject book

\environment bookenv

\product chapter1/chapter1

\product chapter2/chapter2

\product chapter3/chapter3

\product chapter4/chapter4

\product chapter5/chapter5

\product chapter6/chapter6

\product chapter7/chapter7

\product chapter8/chapter8

\stopproject

%%% Local Variables:
%%% mode: conTeXt-en
%%% End:

Here, for example, is my ~/IntermediateAlgebraText/chapter1/chapter1.tex

\startproduct chapter1

\project book

\startbodymatter

\chapter[chap:1]{Functions}

\input zapf

\component section1

\component section2

\component section3

\stopbodymatter

\stopproduct

%%% Local Variables:
%%% mode: conTeXt-en
%%% End:

As an example of a section, consider ~/IntermediateAlgebraText/ 
chapter1/section1.tex


%output=pdf

\startcomponent section1

\project book
\product chapter1

\section[sec:1]{The Function Concept}

\input knuth

\stopcomponent

%%% Local Variables:
%%% mode: conTeXt-en
%%% End:

This look OK to folks? Will I get in trouble with this plan?


Do not think so.

Project is not intended to translate as a whole. It is only some unique 
environment, say for your textbooks. A single textbook (the 
IntermediateAlgebraText) is a product. Each chapters are components.

So, move the structure down.

Vit
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Re: [NTG-context] Some localizations

2005-12-14 Thread Vit Zyka

Thank you both Gabriel and Hans,

it was my double faut. First I did not find the original message and 
when I find it I sent my appology only to myself... Perhaps due to very 
late time. There is a minor typo in the file, please see following message.


Sorry,
Vit

Vit Zyka wrote (2005-12-14 1:11 a.m.):
 Hans Hagen wrote:

 Richard Gabriel wrote:

 Hello Hans,

 quite incidentally I've found out that some of the localization 
files (lang-*.tex) are incomplete.
 I've filled in missing phrases in lang-ger.tex and lang-sla.tex for 
the languages I speak, i.e. English, German, Czech and Slovak.




 Hmmm. What about to suggest the changes first here in the list? I did 
not catch the original email. It is not in the archive too. So me and 
other users of these languages can not discuss the changes...


 Vit


Sorry, original e-mail came to me much much later that the discussion...

Changes seems to me OK at least of Czech with exception of one (old ?) typo:

\setuplabeltext [\s!cz][\v!page=strana ] % not =strna

Vit



Hans Hagen wrote:

Richard Gabriel wrote:


Hi Vit,

I've originally posted my updates here to the ntg-context list and 
asked Hans to review them and incorporate them into the distribution.

Now it seems I've made something horribly bad... :-(
I swear I won't be so active anymore!
As one Czech proverb says: For goodness to beggary. ;-)




here are the diffs (old/proposed) ... the changes in lang-ger are only 
comments, but in lang-sla some (seldom used) labels are assigned:


 diff t:\texmf\tex\context\base\lang-ger.tex t:\sources\lang-ger.tex
409c409,411
 \setuplabeltext [\s!en] [\v!chapter=]
---
  %D We don't set these here. One can do that in a style.
 
  \setuplabeltext [\s!en] [\v!chapter=] % Chapter
411c413
 \setuplabeltext [\s!de] [\v!chapter=]
---
  \setuplabeltext [\s!de] [\v!chapter=] % Kapitel
414c416
 \setuplabeltext [\s!af] [\v!chapter=] % [\v!chapter=hoofstuk]
---
  \setuplabeltext [\s!af] [\v!chapter=] % Hoofstuk
422c424
 \setuplabeltext [\s!af] [\v!section=] % [\v!section=paragraaf]
---
  \setuplabeltext [\s!af] [\v!section=] % Paragraaf
449c451
 \setuplabeltext [\s!en] [\v!appendix=]
---
  \setuplabeltext [\s!en] [\v!appendix=] % Appendix
451,452c453,454
 \setuplabeltext [\s!de] [\v!appendix=]
 \setuplabeltext [\s!da] [\v!appendix=] % [\v!appendix=bilag]
---
  \setuplabeltext [\s!de] [\v!appendix=] % Anhang or Anschlu\ssharp
  \setuplabeltext [\s!da] [\v!appendix=] % Bilag
454c456
 \setuplabeltext [\s!af] [\v!appendix=] % [\v!appendix=bylae]
---
  \setuplabeltext [\s!af] [\v!appendix=] % Bylae

and

 \setupheadtext [\s!cz] [\v!graphics=Grafika] % new
 \setupheadtext [\s!sk] [\v!graphics=...]
---
  \setupheadtext [\s!cz] [\v!graphics=Graf]
  \setupheadtext [\s!sk] [\v!graphics=Graf]
268c269
 \setupheadtext [\s!sk] [\v!intermezzi=...]
---
  \setupheadtext [\s!sk] [\v!intermezzi=Intermezz\aacute]
279,280c280,281
 \setupheadtext [\s!cz] [\v!abbreviations=Zkratky] % new
 \setupheadtext [\s!sk] [\v!abbreviations=...]
---
  \setupheadtext [\s!cz] [\v!abbreviations=Zkratky]
  \setupheadtext [\s!sk] [\v!abbreviations=Skratky]
285,286c286,287
 \setupheadtext [\s!cz] [\v!logos=Loga] % new
 \setupheadtext [\s!sk] [\v!logos=...]
---
  \setupheadtext [\s!cz] [\v!logos=Loga]
  \setupheadtext [\s!sk] [\v!logos=Log\aacute]
291,292c292,293
 \setupheadtext [\s!cz] [\v!units=Jednotky] % new
 \setupheadtext [\s!sk] [\v!units=...]
---
  \setupheadtext [\s!cz] [\v!units=Jednotky]
  \setupheadtext [\s!sk] [\v!units=Jednotky]
304c305
 \setuplabeltext [\s!sk] [\v!figure=... ]
---
  \setuplabeltext [\s!sk] [\v!figure=Obr\aacute zok ]
310c311
 \setuplabeltext [\s!sk] [\v!intermezzo=... ]
---
  \setuplabeltext [\s!sk] [\v!intermezzo=Intermezzo ]
315,316c316,317
 \setuplabeltext [\s!cz] [\v!graphic=... ]
 \setuplabeltext [\s!sk] [\v!graphic=... ]
---
  \setuplabeltext [\s!cz] [\v!graphic=Graf ]
  \setuplabeltext [\s!sk] [\v!graphic=Graf ]
327,328c328,329
 \setuplabeltext [\s!cz] [\v!section=] % Sekce % new
 \setuplabeltext [\s!sk] [\v!section=]
---
  \setuplabeltext [\s!cz] [\v!section=] % Sekce
  \setuplabeltext [\s!sk] [\v!section=] % Sekcia
333,334c334,335
 \setuplabeltext [\s!cz] [\v!subsection=] % Podsekce % new
 \setuplabeltext [\s!sk] [\v!subsection=]
---
  \setuplabeltext [\s!cz] [\v!subsection=] % Podsekce
  \setuplabeltext [\s!sk] [\v!subsection=] % Podsekcia
339,340c340,341
 \setuplabeltext [\s!cz] [\v!subsubsection=] % Podpodsekce % new
 \setuplabeltext [\s!sk] [\v!subsubsection=]
---
  \setuplabeltext [\s!cz] [\v!subsubsection=] % Podpodsekce
  \setuplabeltext [\s!sk] [\v!subsubsection=] % Podpodsekcia
345,346c346,347
 \setuplabeltext [\s!cz] [\v!subsubsubsection=] % Podpodpodsekce % new
 \setuplabeltext [\s!sk] [\v!subsubsubsection=]
---
  \setuplabeltext [\s!cz] [\v!subsubsubsection=] % Podpodpodsekce
  \setuplabeltext [\s!sk] [\v!subsubsubsection=] % Podpodpodsekcia
351,352c352,353
 \setuplabeltext [\s!cz] [\v!appendix=P

[NTG-context] extra nattab split in columns

2005-12-14 Thread Vit Zyka

Hi,

there occurs extra page break when natural tables is in the columns:

\showframe

\starttext

\startcolumns
  Text.
  \bTABLE[split=yes]
\dorecurse{100}{\bTR\bTD line\eTD\eTR}
  \eTABLE
\stopcolumns

\stoptext


I do not know why there is extra \page
 \bgroup\page\egroup
inside of \splittblboxa (core-ntb). Box breaking should be implicit here 
(we are not inside a float here since \splittblbox forks this), should not?


Commenting mentioned line(s) solves this special problem.
Not understanding all background I do not know if it causes some 
unwanted side-effect.


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Re: [NTG-context] problems with bold small caps

2005-12-13 Thread Vit Zyka

Hans Hagen wrote:

Taco Hoekwater wrote:


Peter M�nster wrote:


On Mon, 12 Dec 2005, Taco Hoekwater wrote:

\starttext
{\sc Normal and \bf bold Small-Caps. Accents: �}
\stoptext


Hi Peter,


And here are my problems:

1.) I get bold sc font, but the normal \sc is now the normal font.




\sc and \bf are defined at the same level in ConTeXt, so they (normally)
exclude each other. My guess is that it is very unlikely that this will
be fixed, but I assume it would be possible to do something using the
\variants mechanism (note: I am not sure and would not know how)



thi sis an option indeed;


This is implemented at http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Pseudo_Small_Caps
(links to files on typokvitek.com has to be retyped, sorry)

Vit

the other method is just to define an 
additional typeface


\definetypeface[mainface].
\definetypeface[smallface].
\definetypeface[osface].

andthen do things like \smallface\bf

typeface switching is rather efficient

Hans
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Re: [NTG-context] Some localizations

2005-12-13 Thread Vit Zyka

Hans Hagen wrote:

Richard Gabriel wrote:


Hello Hans,

quite incidentally I've found out that some of the localization files 
(lang-*.tex) are incomplete.
I've filled in missing phrases in lang-ger.tex and lang-sla.tex for 
the languages I speak, i.e. English, German, Czech and Slovak.


Hmmm. What about to suggest the changes first here in the list? I did 
not catch the original email. It is not in the archive too. So me and 
other users of these languages can not discuss the changes...


Vit

Please look at the attached files and if you consider them OK (they 
really should be! :-) ),  please add them to the distribution.



ok, patched (i made the section related labels comments since we default 
no nothing)


btw, your lang-ger had no patch (apart from some AA change)

Hans

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Re: [NTG-context] bold \tt and pdf-output

2005-12-12 Thread Vit Zyka

Taco Hoekwater wrote:

Peter Münster wrote:


And there are a lot more.
If someone does not want bold tt in lm, then there could be a switch like
\nobftt.

Nevertheless: thanks for your suggestions, they work very well!

Cheers, Peter

P.S.: Any comments about bold small caps?



Latin Modern doesn't have a bold small caps (yet?), I think.


If you really need it, generate pseudo small caps
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Pseudo_Small_Caps

Vit

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Re: [NTG-context] float over both text and margin

2005-12-12 Thread Vit Zyka

Hans Hagen wrote:

Vit Zyka wrote:


Hi.

1) I am unsuccessfully solving the problem of making float spanning 
both text and margin. More over, it is inside columnset... Example 
follows. Is there some solution?


2) As a side effect I discover that in the following example the float 
is over the text (so some text is disappeared).


don't use \placefloat.

\definefloat
 [pagefigure]
 [figure]
\setupfloat
 [pagefigure]
 [default={page,none},
  location=inner]


OK, I thought \placefloat[page] is defined like this, but now I see this 
is more flexible.


Thank you for your patch it behaves better but still the float is over 
the text, see page 2 in the example. I also do not see the influence of 
location argument.


Vit

-
\showframe
\setupcolors[state=start]
\setuplayout[margin=0pt,rightmargin=1.5cm,width=13cm]
\setuppagenumbering[alternative=doublesided]

\definefloat
 [pagefigure]
 [figure]
\setupfloat
 [pagefigure]
 [default={page,none},
  location=outer]

\unprotect
\def\dogetfloat{
  \ifsomefloatwaiting
\global\setbox\floatlist\vbox{%
   \unvbox\floatlist
   \global\setbox\globalscratchbox\lastbox
}%
\ifcenterfloatbox
  \ifdim\wd\globalscratchbox\hsize
\setbox\floatbox\hbox to \hsize{\hss\box\globalscratchbox\hss}%
  \else
\setbox\floatbox\box\globalscratchbox % local !
\wd\floatbox\makeupwidth
  \fi
\else
  \setbox\floatbox\box\globalscratchbox % local !
\fi
\global\advance\savednoffloats \minusone
\ifcase\savednoffloats
  \global\somefloatwaitingfalse
\fi
  \else
\global\savednoffloats\zerocount
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  \fi}
\protect

\starttext
\startcolumnset
  \dorecurse{2}{\input knuth \endgraf\blank}
  \placepagefigure{none}
{\framed

[width=\dimexpr\makeupwidth+\rightmarginwidth+\rightmargindistance\relax,height=\textheight]
   {Here I would like to be a float over both text and margin. How?}
}
  \dorecurse{10}{\input knuth \endgraf\blank}
\stopcolumnset

\stoptext
-



 \dorecurse{3}{\input knuth \endgraf\blank}
 \placepagefigure
 {}
{...}

etc

maybe the next helps, but i hesitate to include this patch too fast

def\dogetfloat
 {\ifsomefloatwaiting
\global\setbox\floatlist\vbox
  {\unvbox\floatlist
   \global\setbox\globalscratchbox\lastbox}%
\ifcenterfloatbox
  \ifdim\wd\globalscratchbox\hsize
\setbox\floatbox\hbox to \hsize{\hss\box\globalscratchbox\hss}%
  \else
\setbox\floatbox\box\globalscratchbox % local !
\wd\floatbox\makeupwidth
  \fi
\else
  \setbox\floatbox\box\globalscratchbox % local !
\fi
\global\advance\savednoffloats \minusone
\ifcase\savednoffloats
  \global\somefloatwaitingfalse
\fi
  \else
\global\savednoffloats\zerocount
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  \fi}

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[NTG-context] float over both text and margin

2005-12-08 Thread Vit Zyka

Hi.

1) I am unsuccessfully solving the problem of making float spanning both 
text and margin. More over, it is inside columnset... Example follows. 
Is there some solution?

-
\showframe
\setupcolors[state=start]
\setuplayout[margin=0pt,rightmargin=1.5cm,width=middle]

\starttext
\startcolumnset
  \dorecurse{2}{\input knuth \endgraf\blank}
  \placefloat[page]{none}
{\framed
 [width=\dimexpr\makeupwidth+\rightmarginwidth+
\rightmargindistance\relax,
  height=\textheight]
 {Here I would like to be a float over both text and margin. How?}
}
  \dorecurse{10}{\input knuth \endgraf\blank}
\stopcolumnset

\stoptext
-

2) As a side effect I discover that in the following example the float 
is over the text (so some text is disappeared).

-
\showframe
\setupcolors[state=start]
\setuplayout[margin=0pt,rightmargin=1.5cm,width=middle]

\starttext
\startcolumnset
  \dorecurse{2}{\input knuth \endgraf}
  \placefloat[page]{none}
{\framed
   [width=\makeupwidth,height=\textheight,background=screen]
   {Here I would like to be a float over both text and margin. How?}
}
  \dorecurse{10}{\input knuth \endgraf}
\stopcolumnset

\stoptext
---

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Re: [NTG-context] Context 2005.11.30 Released (bis)

2005-12-02 Thread Vit Zyka

Taco Hoekwater wrote:

New features since 2005.11.24:



* Extension for the use of marks in column sets using a new,
  three-argument, call to \getmarking :

   \getmarking[subsection][first][1] % column 1
   \getmarking[subsection][first][3] % column 3


If Hans did not change a syntax after testing version for me, the 
correct syntax is


\getmarking[subsection][1][first] % column 1
\getmarking[subsection][3][first] % column 3

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Re: [NTG-context] beginners manual

2005-11-28 Thread Vit Zyka

Hans Hagen wrote:

Vit Zyka wrote:

I got unexpected positive responce to idea of beginners manual 
translation on Saturday's Czech/Slovak TUG meeting. The small working 
group of 5 people was establish there. Nobody but me has context 
experience now, but I think it is not a serious drawback for translating.


i don't know if david antos was present, but he knows his way around 
context and can be of help (given that he has time)


He was not. Anybody's help will be welcomed, especially David...

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Re: [NTG-context] shading box many times

2005-11-28 Thread Vit Zyka

Hans Hagen wrote:

Vit Zyka wrote:


Dear Metafun Wizards,

I have noticed some strange behaviour with box shading. It works OK 
until some number of shadings. Please see example:

  http://typokvitek.com/tmp/shade-many.pdf
Any idea for solving? Next not-minimal but small and illustrative 
example can help.



works ok here; since it concerns independent mp runs, i cannot imagine 
what goes wrong; mayeb a bad random numer; does your log say something?


Hans


Hmmm strange, the second similar result in last two days: wrong result 
also on wiki.


My log says (whole log is attached)
systems : randomizer starts with 981406338

Vit
This is pdfeTeXk, Version 3.141592-1.21b-2.2 (Web2C 7.5.4) (format=cont-en 
2005.11.24)  28 NOV 2005 13:56
entering extended mode
\write18 enabled.
 %-line parsing enabled.
 (c:/TeXLive/texmf-experim2/web2c/natural.tcx)
**cont-en shade-many.tex
(./shade-many.tex

ConTeXt  ver: 2005.09.08  fmt: 2005.11.24  int: english  mes: english

language: language en is active
protectionstate 0
system  : cont-new loaded
(c:/TeXLive/texmf-experim2/tex/context/base/cont-new.tex
systems : beware: some patches loaded from cont-new.tex
color   : palette rollover is available
)
system  : cont-old loaded
(c:/TeXLive/texmf-experim2/tex/context/base/cont-old.tex
loading : Context Old Macros
)
system  : cont-fil loaded
(c:/TeXLive/texmf-experim2/tex/context/base/cont-fil.tex
loading : Context File Synonyms
)
system  : cont-sys loaded
(c:/TeXLive/texmf-experim2/tex/context/user/cont-sys.tex
(c:/TeXLive/texmf-experim2/tex/context/base/type-exa.tex)
(c:/TeXLive/texmf-experim2/tex/context/base/type-syn.tex)
(c:/TeXLive/texmf-experim2/tex/context/base/type-enc.tex)
(c:/TeXLive/texmf-experim2/tex/context/base/type-dis.tex)
(c:/TeXLive/texmf-experim2/tex/context/base/type-siz.tex)
(c:/TeXLive/texmf-experim2/tex/context/base/type-map.tex)
(c:/TeXLive/texmf-experim2/tex/context/base/type-spe.tex)
(c:/TeXLive/texmf-experim2/tex/context/base/type-akb.tex))
bodyfont: 12pt rm is loaded
language: patterns en-ec:ec-1-2:2 uk-ec:ec-2-2:2 de-texnansi:tex
nansi-3-2:2 de-ec:ec-4-2:2 fr-texnansi:texnansi-5-2:2 fr-ec:ec-6-2:2
 es-ec:ec-7-2:2 pt-texnansi:texnansi-8-2:2 pt-ec:ec-9-2:2 it-texnansi
:texnansi-10-2:2 it-ec:ec-11-2:2 nl-texnansi:texnansi-12-2:2 nl-ec:ec-
13-2:2 cz-il2:il2-14-2:2 cz-ec:ec-15-2:2 sk-il2:il2-16-2:2 sk-ec:ec
-17-2:2 pl-pl0:pl0-18-2:2 pl-ec:ec-19-2:2 pl-qx:qx-20-2:2 loaded
specials: tex,postscript,rokicki loaded
\openout2 = `shade-many.tui'.

system  : shade-many.top loaded
(./shade-many.top
specials: loading definition file tpd
(c:/TeXLive/texmf-experim2/tex/context/base/spec-tpd.tex
specials: loading definition file fdf
(c:/TeXLive/texmf-experim2/tex/context/base/spec-fdf.tex)
specials: fdf loaded
)
specials: fdf,tpd loaded
)
\openout0 = `shade-many-mpgraph.mp'.

\openout0 = `mpgraph.mp'.

 (./shade-many.tuo) (./shade-many.tuo) (./shade-many.tuo) (./shade-many.tuo)
(./shade-many.tuo) (./shade-many.tuo) (./shade-many.tuo) (./shade-many.tuo)
(./shade-many.tuo) (./shade-many.tuo) (./shade-many.tuo) (./shade-many.tuo)
(./shade-many.tuo)
systems : begin file shade-many at line 56
\openout5 = `shade-many-mpgraph.mp'.

systems : randomizer starts with 981406338
[MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.4000) [MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3999)
[MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3998) [MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3997)
[MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3996) [MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3995)
[MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3994) [MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3993)
[MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3992) [MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3991)
[MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3990) [MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3989)
[MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3988) [MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3987)
[MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3986) [MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3985)
[MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3984) [MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3983)
[MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3982) [MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3981)
[MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3980) [MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3979)
[MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3978) [MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3977)
[MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3976) [MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3975)
[MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3974) [MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3973)
[MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3972) [MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3971)
[MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3970) [MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3969)
[MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3968) [MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3967)
[MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3966) [MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3965)
[MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3964) [MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3963)
[MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3962) [MP to PDF] (./shade-many-mpgraph.3961)
[MP to PDF] (./shade

Re: [NTG-context] shading box many times

2005-11-28 Thread Vit Zyka

Hans Hagen wrote:

Taco Hoekwater wrote:


Hans Hagen wrote:


Vit Zyka wrote:


Dear Metafun Wizards,

I have noticed some strange behaviour with box shading. It works OK 
until some number of shadings. Please see example:

  http://typokvitek.com/tmp/shade-many.pdf
Any idea for solving? Next not-minimal but small and illustrative 
example can help.




works ok here; since it concerns independent mp runs, i cannot 
imagine what goes wrong; mayeb a bad random numer; does your log say 
something?




My results are the same as Vit's example: The last 9 items are
not shaded but have 3 black sides and 1 white one
(with \write18 disabled, using a single \jobname-mpgraph.mp)

I don't know what is going, but at least I can reproduce the problem.




it's related to the fact that there can be 1000 specials only (this 
/1000 in mp-spec)


if you add:

\def\MPrgbnumber#1{\expandafter\doMPrgbnumber#1.0\relax}
\def\doMPrgbnumber#1.#2#3#4#5#6\relax{#2#3#4#5}

\startMPinclusions
_special_div_ := 1 ;
\stopMPinclusions

to the file, and change all 1000's in mp-spec.tex into _special_div_ it 
works ok; so, the question (for taco is): does mp have the right 


Really? Hmmm, not for me. I have got the graphics with flat color per 
picture; every picture in the sequence has lighter and lighter color 
(starting from black). (After performing your instructions in the 
mp-spec.mp and refreshing metafun.mem.)


--
\def\MPrgbnumber#1{\expandafter\doMPrgbnumber#1.0\relax}
\def\doMPrgbnumber#1.#2#3#4#5#6\relax{#2#3#4#5}

\startMPinclusions
  _special_div_ := 1 ;
\stopMPinclusions

\startuseMPgraphic{F}
  def log(expr Xstart, Xstop)=
  begingroup
save x, y, D, w, P;
pair D;
path P;
w := 2.5pt; w := w/2;
D := unitvector(Xstop-Xstart) rotated 90;
z1 = Xstart shifted (w*D);
z2 = Xstop shifted (w*D);
z3 = Xstop shifted (-w*D);
z4 = Xstart shifted (-w*D);
P := z1--z2{z2-z1}..{z4-z3}z3--z4{z4-z3}..{z2-z1}cycle;
P
  endgroup
  enddef;

  path P;
  x11 = 0;
  x12 = \overlaywidth;
  y11 = y12 = \overlayheight;
  P:= log(z11,z12); linear_shade(P,8,(1,1,1),(0,0,0)); draw P;
\stopuseMPgraphic

\defineoverlay[F][\uniqueMPgraphic{F}]
\defineframed[F][offset=2mm,strut=yes,background=F,frame=off]

\starttext
  \noindent\dorecurse{1000}{\F{\recurselevel} }
\stoptext
--


precission (it looks ok to me, unless we need to start calculating with it)

so, it may be a dangerous patch. I'll adapt spec-mp to  this new 
constant but for the moment keep the 1 in my cont-loc file


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Re: [NTG-context] beginners manual

2005-11-27 Thread Vit Zyka

Hans Hagen wrote:

Hi,

I 'reorganized' (split) the beginners manual and put it in svn, so 
anyone who is willing to translate can check out a copy. I didn't yet 
change anything (only the file structure etc) and the styles need a 
cleanup (more modern setup). Because each chapter now has its own file, 
we can (as suggested on this list) edit piecewise. Don't start yet. 
First we need to add/remove things and rewrite chapters. But you can try 
to compile the file.


Hans


Hello,

I got unexpected positive responce to idea of beginners manual 
translation on Saturday's Czech/Slovak TUG meeting. The small working 
group of 5 people was establish there. Nobody but me has context 
experience now, but I think it is not a serious drawback for translating.


There was an interest (when the work will be finnished) to publish it in 
the Czechoslovac TeX Bulletin. I find only advantages for ConTeXt to do 
so, nevertheless I have to ask if such idea is welcomed.


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[NTG-context] marking in columnset

2005-11-24 Thread Vit Zyka

Dear ConTeXters,

several kind of marking variants (first, last, both, ...) works 
perfectly in standard one-column layout:



\definemarking[M]

\startsetups S
  default=(\getmarking[M])~
  first=(\getmarking[M][first])~
  last=(\getmarking[M][last])~
  previous=(\getmarking[M][previous])~
  both=(\getmarking[M][both])~
  all=(\getmarking[M][all])~
  current=(\getmarking[M][current])
\stopsetups

\setupheadertexts[text]
  [\setups{S}][]
  [\setups{S}][]
\setuppagenumbering[location=footer]

\starttext

\startbuffer
  \section{Knuth}
  \marking[M]{k1}\marking[M]{k2}
  \input knuth
  \section{Zapf}
  \marking[M]{z}
  \input zapf
\stopbuffer

\dorecurse{10}{\getbuffer}

\stoptext
---

If I try the same example in columnset layout, only last variant works 
as expected:

---
\definemarking[M]

\startsetups S
  default=(\getmarking[M])~
  first=(\getmarking[M][first])~
  last=(\getmarking[M][last])~
  previous=(\getmarking[M][previous])~
  both=(\getmarking[M][both])~
  all=(\getmarking[M][all])~
  current=(\getmarking[M][current])
\stopsetups

\setupheadertexts[text]
  [\setups{S}][]
  [\setups{S}][]
\setuppagenumbering[location=none]

\definecolumnset[C][n=3]

\starttext

\startbuffer
  \section{Knuth}
  \marking[M]{k1}\marking[M]{k2}
  \input knuth
  \section{Zapf}
  \marking[M]{z}
  \input zapf
\stopbuffer

\startcolumnset[C]
\dorecurse{10}{\getbuffer}
\stopcolumnset

\stoptext
---

(Focus on page 1 and 4)

Is there any idea how to fix this?
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Re: [NTG-context] marking in columnset

2005-11-24 Thread Vit Zyka

Hans Hagen wrote:

Vit Zyka wrote:


(Focus on page 1 and 4)

Is there any idea how to fix this?



afaiks, what you get is the markings of the last column

so, it looks like i have to fix something

Hans


Yes, you are right. I check it on a real doc. And if no mark sign is in 
the last col, then marks from previous col(s) is taken.


It would be a great news if you succeed to fix it. I cross my fingers.
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Re: [NTG-context] marking in columnset

2005-11-24 Thread Vit Zyka

Hans Hagen wrote:

Vit Zyka wrote:


It would be a great news if you succeed to fix it. I cross my fingers.



well, it's actually relatively easy to make that (works on my machine 
now) but as always .. how to interface best -)


and ... of course it takes some time to find all points where 
synchronization has to take place


Hans


Understand. I appreciate if upgrading the whole context distro will not 
be needed. I am afraid of something works differently - and there is no 
time to fix it. So some patches/file exchanges are feasible?


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Re: [NTG-context] marking in columnset

2005-11-24 Thread Vit Zyka

Hans Hagen wrote:

Vit Zyka wrote:


Hans Hagen wrote:


Vit Zyka wrote:


It would be a great news if you succeed to fix it. I cross my fingers.





well, it's actually relatively easy to make that (works on my machine 
now) but as always .. how to interface best -)


and ... of course it takes some time to find all points where 
synchronization has to take place


Hans




Understand. I appreciate if upgrading the whole context distro will 
not be needed. I am afraid of something works differently - and there 
is no time to fix it. So some patches/file exchanges are feasible?



actually, the patch i sent you off-list is not that dangerous because

(1) it is written on top of the untouched low level mark handler
(2) it leaves the normal marks untouched


not at all: \getmarking[A][all] does not swallow [A]


so it will end up in the distribution if you find no flaws

as usual the problem is in documenting it (i.e. when adding new things 
for you others may complain that the manual is way behind -)


What does it mean   \global\mofcolumns\plusone
inside of setups in your test example? Is it really needed?

I put the info to tex-show (getmarking). I reminds me there are many 
items missing in the tex-show, the list is on the wiky - columnsets are 
among them.


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Re: [NTG-context] marking in columnset

2005-11-24 Thread Vit Zyka

Hans Hagen wrote:

Vit Zyka wrote:


It would be a great news if you succeed to fix it. I cross my fingers.



ok, you can uncross them; see separate mail

Hans


All right, I read this parallel message just now... Perhaps due to I was 
working with crossing fingers all the time ;-)

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Re: [NTG-context] Index

2005-11-10 Thread Vit Zyka

Hans Hagen wrote:

Thomas A. Schmitz wrote:

... it's still missing a few features (I  don't think it can 
post-process pdf-files yet) and has a few buglets...




it should at least i remember writing some code -)


Here is an old example:

\defineregister[Name][Names]
\setupregister[Name][pagestyle=\it]
\setupregister[Name][bf][pagestyle=\bf]

\starttext
  Names:
  \Name[bf::]{Hans}
  \Name{Taco}
  \startregister[Name][bf::]{Patrick}

  \page[yes]
  \Name{Hans}
  \stopregister[Name][bf::]{Patrick}

  \page[yes]
  \Name{Patrick}
  \placeregister[Name]
\stoptext
--

Regrettably, I have now no time to install and check the new version of 
newtexexec.rb, so perhaps it is already done. Please, for quick check 
focus on 'Patrick' entry, it should have 1--2, 3 page numbers.


Or more complex example:

\defineregister[Name][Names]
\setupregister[Name]
\setupregister[Name][bf][pagestyle=\bf]

\starttext
  Names:
  \Name{Patrick}
  \Name[bf::]{Hans}
  \Name{Taco}
  \startregister[Name][bf::]{Patrick}

  \page[yes]
  \Name{Patrick}

  \page[yes]
  \Name{Hans}
  \stopregister[Name][bf::]{Patrick}

  \placeregister[Name]
\stoptext
--

Possible variants:
1) Patrick 1, 2, {\bf 1--3}
2) Patrick {\bf 1--3}, 1, 2
3) Patrick 1--2, {\bf 1--3}
4) Patrick {\bf 1--3}, 1--2

in case of variants 1 v. 2 and 3 v. 4 I am not sure how the categories 
'empty_string' and bf are sorted. But it does not matter since user 
can set any category name.


variants 3, 4 should be set if some register option (coupling?) is set on

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Re: [NTG-context] Problems with Natural Tables

2005-11-09 Thread Vit Zyka

Hans Hagen wrote:

Vit Zyka wrote:


Vit Zyka wrote:
 ...


so please, is the file 'core-ntb-new.tex' somewhere available?




i merged the 'core-ntb-new.tex' code into the main file


Solution of my own question, for who is interesting.

Description:
The next patch enables to define intercolumn gaps in Natural Table 
(bTABLE...eTABLE) environment.




I added your patches, but renamed the keys:


Thanks, renaming makes sence.
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Re: [NTG-context] Mini-survey: What do you do with ConTeXt?

2005-11-08 Thread Vit Zyka

Taco Hoekwater wrote:

Hi all,

For the next issue of the ntg's Maps journal, Hans and I believe
it would be nice to publish the collected responses to this simple
question:

  What do you do with ConTeXT?


- proceedings from individual PDFs,
- presentations,
- posters,
- logos, visiting cards,
- manual (HTML and PDF form from XML source),
- personal electronic travel-journal (http://typokvitek.com/nzs you can 
see evolution of my ConTeXt skills)
- booklet with very complex layout (sometimes seems to me over my 
ConTeXt skills) with two-column, margin, many, many floats, balancing, 
sorting, in Czech, ... I will write some experience with this -- if I 
will finnish it and survive two times postponned deadline...


As a 'clever plain' with METAPOST, layers, and overlayes the ConTeXt it 
is excelent! As a 'all-in-one key-val LaTeX' it is nice and uniform. And 
as a tool to solve 'so far TeX dreams' it is problematic: without 
deadlines it is a funny game, with them a pain.


In every point, thanks to authors for Him.

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