Re: [NTG-context] Repeat second-level registers within index

2013-10-08 Thread mathew
OK, I've reduced my observed problems with index generation to a simple
test case:

\starttext
\placeindex

\page

\index{one}whatever  % Shows up [1]
\index{one+sub}whatever % Shows up correctly as sub-entry
\index{two}whatever   % Shows up [2]
\index{one}whatever  % Skipped because duplicate of [1]
\index{two}whatever  % Shows up as a duplicate of [2]
\index{three}whatever % Doesn't show up at all

\stoptext

So, both duplicate entries and missing entries. It could be that having a
mixture of 1-level and 2-level index entries isn't supported, but it *used*
to work... Unfortunately I hadn't updated my ConTeXt install in months, so
I can't tell when it broke.


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Re: [NTG-context] Repeat second-level registers within index

2013-10-08 Thread mathew
On Tue, Oct 8, 2013 at 2:57 PM, Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl wrote:

 fixed in upload


Thanks so much!


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[NTG-context] LuaTeX fonts script update error

2013-10-07 Thread mathew
Just installed the ConTeXt standalone, and the fonts script doesn't seem to
work:

% mtxrun --script fonts --list
.../context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/font-trt.lua:11: attempt to
index field 'names' (a nil value)

Commenting out line 11 seems to make the script function.


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Re: [NTG-context] Repeat second-level registers within index

2013-10-07 Thread mathew
I'm wondering if the changes for second level index generation are the
reason why I'm now getting bogus duplicate first level index entries?

e.g.

e-mail addresses 3
e-mail addresses 4
e-mail addresses 4, 4
   4
   4
   4
e-mail addresses 3

and so on.

Clean install of ConTeXt standalone, about 30 minutes ago.


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Re: [NTG-context] starttyping/stoptyping broken?

2012-01-16 Thread mathew
On Sat, Jan 14, 2012 at 04:37, Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl wrote:
 this related to the buffer bug (still no new beta as i'm redoing some font
 code and have not much time today)

OK. Is there some convenient way to revert to the last known good
version of standalone ConTeXt?

I ended up installing the Ubuntu package, which was confused by my
standalone install until I deleted that. Then I had to mess with
OSFONTDIR to get my fonts working again. I then got the error (noted
on the mailing list before) involving

   ! Math error: parameter \Umathquad\displaystyle is not set.

which as you probably recall, is caused by

   font with asked name 'lmmath' is not found using lookup 'file'
   unknown font lmmath, loading aborted

when trying to use a custom typescript that doesn't have a math font,
and \startitemize.

There is a Ubuntu package lmodern which claims to be OpenType versions
of Latin Modern, and it's installed as a dependency when installing
Ubuntu's ConTeXt package, but it only includes LMMathSymbols,
LMMathExtension and LMMathItalic, none of which seem acceptable to
ConTeXt as lmmath.

After struggling with *that* for a while, I found the easiest solution
was to go to 
http://www.gust.org.pl/projects/e-foundry/lm-math/download/index_html
and download the latest lmmath, rename it as lmmath.otf and install it
in my personal ~/.fonts.

Noting all this here as searching the mailing list and Google hadn't
pointed me at that solution. Is there a better one?


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[NTG-context] starttyping/stoptyping broken?

2012-01-13 Thread mathew
Just this minute updated via wget
http://minimals.contextgarden.net/setup/first-setup.sh and running
first-setup.sh, getting errors trying to use \starttyping/\stoptyping.

--- example file ---

\starttext
\startframedtext[width=5.5cm]
\starttyping
Line 1
Line 2
Line 3
\stoptyping
\stopframedtext
\stoptext

--- output ---
This is LuaTeX, Version beta-0.70.1-2011051923 (rev 4277)
 \write18 enabled.
(test2.tex

ConTeXt  ver: 2012.01.12 11:03 MKIV  fmt: 2012.1.13  int: english/english

(/usr/local/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/cont-new.mkiv)
(test2.top){/usr/local/context/tex/texmf-context/fonts/map/pdftex/context/mkiv-base.map}
(/usr/local/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/type-otf.mkiv){/usr/local/context/tex/texmf/fonts/map/dvips/lm/lm-math.map}{/usr/local/context/tex/texmf/fonts/map/dvips/lm/lm-rm.map}
! Missing } inserted.

 1
 2 \starttext
 3 \startframedtext[width=5.5cm]
 4 \starttyping
 5 Line 1
 6 Line 2
 7 Line 3
 8   \stoptyping
 9 \stopframedtext
10 \stoptext
11

inserted text
}
to be read again
   \endgroup
\stoppacked ...level =\plusone \ifvmode \endgroup
  \fi \fi \global \advance
\...
\dostoptyping #1-\stoppacked
  \typingparameter \c!after
\useindentnextparame...
l.8 \stoptyping

--- end output ---


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Re: [NTG-context] url: Add macros to the ConTeXt core

2011-11-14 Thread mathew
On Mon, Nov 14, 2011 at 03:42, Aditya Mahajan adit...@umich.edu wrote:

 Why not simply:

 \def\href#1#2{\goto{#2}[url(#**1)]}

 Or did I miss something?


I use this:

% Define \Site[id][url]{description} to put in a clickable link

% with footnoted URL

\def\Site[#1][#2]#3{\useURL[#1][#2][][#3]\from[#1]\footnote[#1]{\tt\hyphenatedurl{#2}}}

That way people reading PDFs on a computer can click the site name in the
text to go there, and not have to see a URL; those with printed copies can
look at the footnote at the bottom of the page to find the URL and type it
in.


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Re: [NTG-context] ConTeXt PPA

2011-06-15 Thread mathew
On Sun, Jun 12, 2011 at 20:17, Kip Warner k...@thevertigo.com wrote:

 Adam was very kind enough to provide us with an up-to-date PPA for
 ConTeXt which makes installation much easier for those of us running
 Ubuntu.

 https://launchpad.net/~reviczky/+archive/ppa


Why does it require Mono? That's a deal-killer for me.


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Re: [NTG-context] ConTeXt PPA

2011-06-15 Thread mathew
On Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 10:51, Reviczky, Adam adam.revic...@kcl.ac.ukwrote:

  Why does it require Mono? That's a deal-killer for me.

 It does not.


OK, Launchpad's listing confused me. Sorry. Maybe it would have been better
to use separate PPAs for unrelated projects?


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Re: [NTG-context] compresslevel and png graphics (mkiv)

2011-05-26 Thread mathew
On Wed, May 25, 2011 at 09:40, Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl wrote:
 Normally I convert such images to pdf first (using acrobat or gs) simply
 because inclusion of pdf is much faster.

Wow, that's odd. I've found that SVG - PDF - MkIV results in huge
document bloat, whereas SVG - EPS - MkIV works much better. (Using
Inkscape for both SVG conversions.)

But I just experimentally preconverted all my PNGs to PDF using
ImageMagick, and my document dropped from 411k to 98k. The PNGs had
previously been optimized with pngnq, so they were only 99k, and are
177k when converted to PDF, so this result is surprising.

Are my experiences with SVG to PDF atypical? Should I try to put
together an example for debugging?


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Re: [NTG-context] compresslevel and png graphics (mkiv)

2011-05-26 Thread mathew
On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 12:32, mathew m...@pobox.com wrote:
 Wow, that's odd. I've found that SVG - PDF - MkIV results in huge
 document bloat, whereas SVG - EPS - MkIV works much better. (Using
 Inkscape for both SVG conversions.)

Some numbers:

SVG to PDF: Two diagrams, 25k.
SVG to EPS: Same two diagrams, 54k.
Difference: 29k.

Document rendered using the PDFs: 535k.
Document rendered using the EPSs: 463k.
Difference: 72k in the opposite direction.

Documents otherwise identical. These are some small diagrams, too.
With larger diagrams I started getting PDFs so huge that Okular
wouldn't display them.


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Re: [NTG-context] compresslevel and png graphics (mkiv)

2011-05-26 Thread mathew
On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 12:32, mathew m...@pobox.com wrote:
 But I just experimentally preconverted all my PNGs to PDF using
 ImageMagick, and my document dropped from 411k to 98k. The PNGs had
 previously been optimized with pngnq, so they were only 99k, and are
 177k when converted to PDF, so this result is surprising.

Unfortunately, it looks as if it's not as general a result as the use
EPS rather than PDF for SVG rule.

I just tried another document, and that one grew by 90k when I
preconverted the PNGs to PDF (again using ImageMagick).

So it seems the answer to whether PDF or PNG gives better final
document size is to try both and see what happens. Not really ideal.


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Re: [NTG-context] MK IV new install /Mac OS X

2011-05-17 Thread mathew
On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 10:17, Matthias Weber matwe...@indiana.edu wrote:
 I've been trying to install the TeX minimals on a new Mac. While MK II
 works, not so MK IV.
[...]
 Downloaded TeXLive 2010

I don't think you need or want TeXLive if you're installing minimals.


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Re: [NTG-context] MK IV new install /Mac OS X

2011-05-17 Thread mathew
On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 10:54, Matthias Weber matwe...@indiana.edu wrote:
 I know. I need TeXLive for non-ConTeXt  reasons and thought I should mention
it in case there are interferences.

Well, yes, there will be. I'm afraid I can't help further as I don't
use the rest of TeX Live, as I only use ConTeXt Mk IV and TeXworks.


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Re: [NTG-context] Pull quotes

2011-04-28 Thread mathew
On Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 15:08, Pontus Lurcock p...@talvi.net wrote:
 Why not just put it in a float?

OK, after some fiddling around, a combination of a framed text in a
float seems to work.

Definitions:

\definefloat[pullquote][pullquotes] % Define a new type of float
\setupcaption[pullquote][location=none] % Set it to have no captions
\defineframedtext[pullquote][frame=off] % Define a new type of framed
text with no visible frame

Usage:

\placepullquote[right]{}{
\startpullquote[width=4cm]
\tfc “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.”
\stoppullquote}

The {} in the \placepullquote is the text for the caption, which in
this case is set up to be invisible. Obviously you could use the
caption feature to cite the source of quotations.

Added to the wiki.


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Re: [NTG-context] Pull quotes

2011-04-28 Thread mathew
On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 12:16, Wolfgang Schuster
schuster.wolfg...@googlemail.com wrote:
 As do now know what you want here is a solution from me (MkIV only):

Could you comment on the advantages of your solution, given its
greater complexity?


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Re: [NTG-context] Updating contex minimal for Ubuntu 10.10

2011-04-27 Thread mathew
On Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 02:54, Matthieu Stigler
matthieu.stig...@gmail.com wrote:
 Well the texmf-cache does not exist in my home... should I have built it? Is
 it needed?

If you're following the wiki instructions, you should end up with
luatex-cache in your home directory, and texmf-cache in
/usr/local/context/tex/texmf-cache.

Check your environment variables:

 echo $TEXROOT
 echo $PATH
 echo $OSFONTDIR


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[NTG-context] Pull quotes

2011-04-27 Thread mathew
Has anyone implemented pull quotes using ConTeXt? What would be the
best approach to take?


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Re: [NTG-context] Finite state machine

2011-04-26 Thread mathew
On Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 09:06, Cecil Westerhof cldwester...@gmail.com wrote:
 I just want to include a finite state machine in a pdf document.

I usually go GraphViz - SVG, touch up the SVG with Inkscape, then
save from Inkscape to PDF.

If you're happy with GraphViz's standard output, it'll write PDF directly.


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Re: [NTG-context] Updating contex minimal for Ubuntu 10.10

2011-04-26 Thread mathew
On Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 10:54, Matthieu Stigler
matthieu.stig...@gmail.com wrote:
 I just tried to get the most recent version of context minima, following
 instructions at:
 http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Ubuntu_installation#Maverick_.2810.10.29_with_ConTeXt_Minimals

 I get however following message once every thing has run:

I get the same unknown configuration file error messages during the
first-setup.sh process:

[...]
mtxrun  | forcing cache reload
resolvers   | resolving | unknown configuration file
'/usr/local/texmf-local/texmfcnf.lua'
resolvers   | resolving | unknown configuration file
'/usr/local/texmf-local/web2c/texmfcnf.lua'
resolvers   | resolving | unknown configuration file
'/usr/local/texmf/texmfcnf.lua'
resolvers   | resolving | unknown configuration file
'/usr/local/texmf/web2c/texmfcnf.lua'
resolvers   | resolving | unknown configuration file
'/usr/local/texmfcnf.lua'
resolvers   | resolving |
resolvers   | resolving | warning: no lua configuration files found
resolvers   | resolving | no texmf paths are defined (using TEXMF)
resolvers   | resolving |
mtxrun  | the resolver databases are not present or outdated
mtx-update  | state, loaded
mtx-update  |
mtx-update  | update, start
[...]

However, ConTeXt works fine afterwards. (I'm the person who added
those Ubuntu 10.10 instructions to the wiki.)

Did you remember to either start a clean shell or source ~/.bashrc
after changing  .bashrc?

Do
  echo $TEXROOT
  echo $PATH
  echo $OSFONTDIR
to check what the environment variables are set to when you're trying
to run ConTeXt.


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Re: [NTG-context] Google Chart URL

2011-04-18 Thread mathew
On Sat, Apr 16, 2011 at 13:31, Reviczky, Adam adam.revic...@kcl.ac.uk wrote:
 ! Undefined control sequence.
 system           tex  error on line 3 in file test.tex: Undefined control 
 sequence ...

 as far as I can tell it's the | symbol where it has problems.

The | symbol is not allowed unescaped in URLs. As per RFC 3986 section
2.2, the reserved delimiters are:

  reserved= gen-delims / sub-delims

  gen-delims  = : / / / ? / # / [ / ] / @

  sub-delims  = ! / $ /  / ' / ( / )
  / * / + / , / ; / =

and as per section 2.3, the unreserved characters are:

unreserved  = ALPHA / DIGIT / - / . / _ / ~

Everything else needs to be %-encoded. If your browser isn't doing so,
you'll need to do it manually.


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Re: [NTG-context] nested quotes ?

2011-03-31 Thread mathew
On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 07:35, Marco net...@lavabit.com wrote:
 I think  the idea behind Steffens  post was not to  find a
 command that  does the quoting, rather  than finding *one*
 command  that  »knows« about  the level of  quotation  and
 inserts the corresponding quotation marks.

...like the quotation macro on the cited web page,
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Quotes


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Re: [NTG-context] Minimal example for Cyrillic

2011-03-31 Thread mathew
Here's a full working Cyrillic (and Greek) example, with comments:

%context
%
% Example of Cyrillic in ConTeXt.
%
% For plain text, I'm using Gentium Plus, which has more glyphs but doesn't yet
% have bold and italic variants.
%
% You can obtain Gentium Plus from http://scripts.sil.org/gentium
%
\starttypescript [serif][gentium][name]
  \definefontsynonym [Serif]  [name:gentiumplus]
  \definefontsynonym [SerifBold][name:gentiumbasicbold]
  \definefontsynonym [SerifItalic]  [name:gentiumbasicitalic]
  \definefontsynonym [SerifSlanted] [name:gentiumplus]
  \definefontsynonym [SerifBoldItalic]  [name:gentiumbasicbolditalic]
  \definefontsynonym [SerifBoldSlanted] [name:gentiumbasicbold]
  \definefontsynonym [SerifCaps][name:gentiumplus]
\stoptypescript

% Now define a typescript which groups together the three chosen fonts, and
% sets their relative sizes.
% Two arguments: 'myfonts' is the name, 'default' is the character encoding.
\starttypescript [myfonts][default]
% For each typeface definition:
% - The first parameter is the name for the typeface collection, which
%   may be a font family, or just a set of fonts that work well together.
%   Whatever the case, it's the name we'll use to select this set of
%   fonts later.
% - The next parameter is a basic style; typically we'll have one line
%   for each basic style, but I'm skipping mm (math mode) in this example.
% - Then there are three arguments which are used to locate a typescript
%   defined earlier. Note that [default] matches our earlier definitions
%   because they were all implicitly in the default text encoding.
% - Finally, any options, most commonly adjustments to relative scaling
%   so the fonts work together.
\definetypeface [nicefonts][rm][serif][gentium] [default]
\stoptypescript

% Now tell ConTeXt to actually execute the typescript we defined immediately
% above, and hence any typescripts it depends on.
%
% This executes the \definetypeface calls to define our typeface set.  Again,
% myfonts is the name of the typescript, default is the character encoding.
\usetypescript[myfonts][default]

% Finally, use that typeface set, at 10pt base size.
% Calling setupbodyfont changes headers and footers as well as body text;
% switchtobodyfont just changes body text.
\setupbodyfont[nicefonts,10pt]

% And finally, the actual document
\starttext

Улице найденных совершенно на тд. Можно статьи команды он без. Одну филипа
обычно по вот. Мои статьи человек процессе те, могу фирме всё он, ну над никто
размере русском. Опа до раздавая правильно, нейманом содержимое об над. Те
взяться плохого код, свой осуществлять все не.

Here's some Greek too:

Αν σωστά νόμιζες της, έτσι γραμμής βασανίζουν να πως, κι εκτός μάλλον όσο.
Πετούν παραγωγικής οι σας, έξι τελικά κάνεις σε. Μέρος υπέροχα τελειώσει όρο
δε. Δε νέο πάτο διακοπή, επί αφού κειμένων αποφάσισε πω. Τέτοιο βασανίζουν από
ως. Σας σχεδιαστής χρησιμοποιήσει τι, γέλασαν διάσημα δημιουργείς το που.

\showbodyfont[gentium]

\stoptext


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Re: [NTG-context] Minimal example for Cyrillic

2011-03-31 Thread mathew
On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 17:14, Thomas A. Schmitz
thomas.schm...@uni-bonn.de wrote:
 Explanation: gentium is in the minimal distribution

Aha. I didn't notice that because LuaTeX found my OS-installed one
first, and so used that.


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Re: [NTG-context] beta

2011-03-26 Thread mathew
On Sat, Mar 26, 2011 at 05:42, Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl wrote:
 On 26-3-2011 9:19, Taco Hoekwater wrote:
 As I wrote in that message, the ghostscript dingbats will not be in
 the actual unicode locations because the Type1 font does not carry
 enough information for the reencoding to work.

 Indeed and I was somewhat puzzled by this topic coming up again.

There's a simple explanation: I didn't receive the previous on-list
replies. I just searched my spam folders and ConTeXt list folder, and
I still can't find them. Very mysterious.

 Now, as the gs dingbats seem to have the same names as the official ones
 (some weird numbering scheme) i added a reencoding vector (if the gs files
 had been different I'd not done that).

Taco writes:
First, run this file:

\usemodule[fnt-10]
\starttext
\ShowCompleteFont{name:dingbats}{10pt}{1}
\stoptext

That gives me an error:

! LuaTeX error main ctx instance:35: attempt to index field
'iterators' (a nil value)
stack traceback:
main ctx instance:35: in function 'show_all'
main ctx instance:1: in main chunk.

\ShowCompleteFont ... \ctxlua { fonts.show_all() }
   \stopcolumns \page \egroup
l.146 ...ompleteFont{name:dejavusansmono}{10pt}{1}

I'd really like to know how to get a dump of all the symbols in a font
with the codes to address them by, as in general I don't think we can
expect Hans to build indices for every dingbat font out there :-)

I actually had no idea that the glyphs in font files had font-specific
names. I thought they were just numbered according to some standard
encoding, and that it was a matter of translating from glyph name or
Unicode number to whatever encoding was used in the font file.


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Re: [NTG-context] Help with Times font, footnote symbols and captions

2011-03-25 Thread mathew
On Fri, Mar 25, 2011 at 07:16, Nicola nvitacolo...@gmail.com wrote:
I ask because my publisher seems to have strict font requirements,
 and has asked me to check that my paper be entirely in Times New Roman…

Your best bet, then, is to download the MS TT core fonts package.

http://corefonts.sourceforge.net/

That installs 'real' Times New Roman, which you can then use in the usual way.


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Re: [NTG-context] beta

2011-03-25 Thread mathew
On Fri, Mar 25, 2011 at 12:30, Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl wrote:
 - the font related lua code has been cleaned up and reorganized as well and;
 the cached data is different, the memory footprint is somewhat smaller,
 processing can be a bit faster, font related parameters are better organized
 in subtables in the font instance, etc

Well, I no longer get an error when ConTeXt tries to load the
GhostScript dingbats font:

mkiv lua stats   loaded fonts - 34 files: stmary10.afm
lmmono12-regular.otf lmmono8-regular.otf lmmono9-regular.otf
lmroman12-bold.otf lmroman12-regular.otf lmroman7-bold.otf
lmroman7-regular.otf lmroman9-bold.otf lmroman9-regular.otf
lmsans12-regular.otf lmsans8-regular.otf lmsans9-regular.otf
eufb10.tfm eufb7.tfm eufm10.tfm eufm7.tfm msam10.tfm msam7.tfm
msbm10.tfm msbm7.tfm lmex10.tfm lmmi12.tfm lmmi7.tfm lmmi9.tfm
lmmib10.tfm lmmib7.tfm lmsy10.tfm lmsy7.tfm lmsy9.tfm rm-lmr12.tfm
rm-lmr7.tfm rm-lmr9.tfm d05l.afm

^^^ there it is at the end! ^^^

I still don't get any dingbats in my PDF output, but it feels like
progress is being made...

\starttypescript [sans][dingbats][name]
\definefontsynonym [Sans][name:dingbatsnormal]
\stoptypescript
\definetypeface [dingbats][ss][sans][dingbats][default]
\starttext
Here's a dingbat: {\dingbats ✪ \char272a}
\stoptext


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Re: [NTG-context] Which standard installed font displays ' and ` good

2011-03-23 Thread mathew
On Wed, Mar 23, 2011 at 11:23, Cecil Westerhof cldwester...@gmail.com wrote:
 I am still experimenting. With the default ' is reasonably displayed, but `
 not.
 I liked palatino, but then even ' is not displayed nicely. What is the best
 (standard installed) font where both ' and ` are good displayed?

I think your expectations may be at fault.

In ConTeXt, ` is not open quote, it is backtick. If you want an open
quote, you have to type one.

Typeset this text to see what I mean:

\starttext
` Backtick\crlf
' Apostrophe\crlf
‘ Open curly quote\crlf
’ Close curly quote
\stoptext

If you actually want backtick, perhaps you could say what you think is
wrong with it in Palatino?


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Re: [NTG-context] Which standard installed font displays ' and ` good

2011-03-23 Thread mathew
On Wed, Mar 23, 2011 at 13:49, Pontus Lurcock p...@talvi.net wrote:
 It's advisable to use \quote{...} or \quotation{...} for quotation
 marks. That way, if you do need to change them, you only do it in one
 place rather than throughout the document.

Now why the heck aren't those commands mentioned anywhere in Context
- An Excursion?


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[NTG-context] (RSFS) font installation

2011-03-22 Thread mathew
\starttypescript [sans][dingbats][name]
 \definefontsynonym [Sans][file:d05l]
\stoptypescript
\definetypeface [dingbats][ss][sans][dingbats][default]
\starttext
{\getnamedglyphdirect{dingbats}{0x272a}}

Or here's the character directly: ✪
\stoptext

Anyone else running Ubuntu who can confirm that this doesn't work
using the dingbats font installed by Ghostscript?

Also doesn't work if you replace file:d05l with name:dingbats
 and yet:
$ mtxrun --script fonts --list --all --pattern=dingbat*
dingbats dingbats   /usr/share/fonts/type1/gsfonts/d05l.afm
dingbatsnormal   dingbats   /usr/share/fonts/type1/gsfonts/d05l.afm


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Re: [NTG-context] (RSFS) font installation

2011-03-18 Thread mathew
On Fri, Mar 18, 2011 at 05:04, Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl wrote:
 Also, I only consider a type 1 font okay when it has both an afm and a pfb
 file and mkiv can handle that quite well (even beyond the regular tex
 encodings). Personally I need it for fonts that I have bought and don't want
 to buy again.

Same here, but I found it easier to convert my fonts to OpenType by
loading them into fontforge and doing Save As...

I still have a mystery regarding the type 1 fonts installed with
GhostScript, though:

\definetypeface [dingbats][ss][sans][dingbats][default]
\starttext
{\dingbats \uchar{39}{7}\uchar{39}{13}\uchar{39}{42}}
\stoptext

produces no visible output, yet...

$ mtxrun --script fonts --list --all --pattern=dingbat*
dingbats dingbats   /usr/share/fonts/type1/gsfonts/d05l.afm
dingbatsnormal   dingbats   /usr/share/fonts/type1/gsfonts/d05l.afm
$ ls /usr/share/fonts/type1/gsfonts/d05l*
/usr/share/fonts/type1/gsfonts/d05l.afm
/usr/share/fonts/type1/gsfonts/d05l.pfb
/usr/share/fonts/type1/gsfonts/d05l.pfm
$

This is with minimals and LuaTeX on Ubuntu. Get info on the PDF in
Okular shows no Type 1 fonts embedded.

(Also, is uchar intended to be a documented feature?)


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Re: [NTG-context] (RSFS) font installation

2011-03-18 Thread mathew
On Fri, Mar 18, 2011 at 09:51, Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl wrote:
 On 18-3-2011 3:40, mathew wrote:
 \definetypeface [dingbats][ss][sans][dingbats][default]

 this assumes a dingbats typescript

Sorry, I omitted that when copying my code...

 \starttext
 {\dingbats \uchar{39}{7}\uchar{39}{13}\uchar{39}{42}}
 \stoptext

 {\getnamedglyphdirect{dingbats}{0x39}}

\starttypescript [sans][dingbats][name]
  \definefontsynonym [Sans][name:dingbats]
\stoptypescript
\definetypeface [dingbats][ss][sans][dingbats][default]
\starttext
{\getnamedglyphdirect{dingbats}{0x272a}}

Or here's the character directly: ✪
\stoptext

...still not working. But KCharSelect says that the Dingbats font has
a glyph at 0x272a.

fontsfallback modern rm 12pt is loaded
system   begin file makeup.tex at line 5
fontsdefining  font with asked name 'dingbats' is not
found using lookup 'file'
fontsdefining  unknown font dingbats, loading aborted
fontsdefining  unable to define dingbats as \**currentsymbolfont**
backend  xmp  using file
'/usr/local/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/lpdf-pdx.xml'

And yet if I run mtxrun --script fonts --list --all --pattern=* | grep dingbats
immediately after that ConTeXt run, in the same shell session, I see:
dingbats dingbats
/usr/share/fonts/type1/gsfonts/d05l.afm
dingbatsnormal   dingbats
/usr/share/fonts/type1/gsfonts/d05l.afm

Also doesn't work if I reference the afm file directly using
  \definefontsynonym [sans][/usr/share/fonts/type1/gsfonts/d05l.afm]


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Re: [NTG-context] (RSFS) font installation

2011-03-17 Thread mathew
On Thu, Mar 17, 2011 at 04:05, Stefan Müller warrence@gmx.de wrote:
 I'm using Windows Vista 64bit and installed the rsfs font by right-clicking
 the .pfm files. I thought I had to use the .pfb files, but Windows did not
 recognize those and didn't show Install in the context menu. After
 installing the .pfm files I could find them in C:\Windows\Fonts.

.pfb is Printer Font, Binary.
.pfa is Printer Font, ASCII.
.pfm is Printer Font Metrics, binary.
.afm is Adobe Font Metrics, ASCII.

Typically each font will have a set of outlines in a pfb or pfa file,
and a set of metrics in a pfm or afm file. For Windows, you want the
pfb and pfm files.

 Is this a typo and do you mean .pfm file? Otherwise I don't get it. Should I
 just copy the .pfb files to C:\Windows\Fonts, too? Did something went
 wrong with installation?

On Windows 7, the OS will identify only the .pfm file as the actual
font. However, when you install the font by opening it and clicking
the Install button, Windows invisibly locates the matching .pfb file
from the same directory, and copies them both to the C:\Windows\Fonts
directory.

It then hides the separate files from you. However, you can open the
command line prompt and cd to \windows\fonts and use dir to see them.

 fonts           | names | identifying system font files with suffix otf
 fonts           | names | adding path from OSFONTDIR: c:/windows/fonts
 fonts           | names | adding path from fontconfig file: c:/windows/fonts

 in the output, so I guess OSFONTDIR is correct (where would I change it,
 anyway?) as c:/windows/fonts is considered.

Yes, looks like it's correct.

You'd change it by setting an environment variable.
http://www.itechtalk.com/thread3595.html

 Here mtxrun tries to identify
 fonts with a number of suffixes. It only consideres otf, ttf, ttc, dfont
 and afm (and caps versions). Shouldn't there be pfm or pfb as well?

On Linux, it seems to scan for .afm files, as that's what Linux
expects and installs in preference to pfm. I'd expect the Windows
version to scan for .pfm, but I've never run any kind of TeX under
Windows.

To be honest, I did have problems getting LuaTeX and XeTeX to
recognize the PostScript fonts installed with GhostScript, so I
eventually removed them from my font path. My general conclusion is
that life is a lot, lot simpler if you throw away all your Type 1
fonts and replace them with OpenType versions. (I used fontforge to
convert the few that I really wanted to keep.)

Also, if you can find out what TeX is looking for, there are tools to
convert between pfb and pfa, and between afm and pfm.


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Re: [NTG-context] (RSFS) font installation

2011-03-17 Thread mathew
On Mar 17, 2011, at 11:53, Stefan Müller wrote:
 Yes, I thought so. I just asked, because I couldn't find an environment 
 variable with that name. Even after setuptex.bat typing echo %OSFONTDIR% 
 did only print %OSFONTDIR% and not a list of paths, as I expected.

There are defaults baked into the binaries. If you don't set the environment 
variable, you get the built-in defaults. That's generally how things work on 
Unix.

On Mar 17, 2011, at 11:53, Stefan Müller wrote:
 (2A) Put .afm files to C:\Windows\Fonts
 (2B) Put the complete rsfs (containing the .afm and all the other stuff) 
 directory to texmf-fonts\fonts

Right... From the point of view of ConTeXt/LuaTeX use, there's no need for the 
fonts to be installed in Windows; you just need to have all the files somewhere 
that OSFONTDIR (or the default font paths) will point. The font outlines will 
be embedded into the PDF by default, so the OS doesn't need to have access to 
them.

 - In both versions, step (1) seems to be mandatory. I would expect, that the 
 rsfs directory in texmf-fonts\fonts should be enough, as mtxrun clearly 
 searches there and all the files are there, too. I don't understand the 
 problem here.

Hmm, that *would* explain my problem with getting GhostScript's Type 1 fonts 
working... I must investigate further!

 - If the .pfm and .pfb files are sufficient for Windows, why does mtxrun 
 specifically search for .afm files and not also for .pfm?

Probably because mtxrun (and the rest of ConTeXt and LuaTeX) are written for 
Unix and ported to Windows, and Unix uses .afm files for metrics. (Except OS X, 
which is different for historical reasons.)

That and .afm files are much easier to work with because they're text files.

But it might not be a bad idea for LuaTeX to automatically perform a pfm2afm 
conversion and cache the converted files when necessary, and probably not that 
hard to code. On the other hand, Type 1 fonts are legacy at this point, so it 
might not be worth it.


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Re: [NTG-context] Difference between MKII, XeTeX and MKIV

2011-03-17 Thread mathew
On Mar 14, 2011, at 16:49, Marco wrote:
 I totally agree. But Cecil mentioned in another thread: »My document is mostly
 text.« Even if a few mp graphics are involved luatex is still noticeably
 slower.

I look at it from the perspective that the last time I used TeX, my 8MHz Atari 
ST took several seconds to process each page. And then it took several seconds 
per page for the previewer to show me the DVI. And I couldn't do anything else 
on the machine while it was working.

My way of working now is that I keep a short scratchpad document in TeXworks, 
and use it to sort out my formatting and macros, taking advantage of the live 
preview. When I'm done, I copy the definitions into my actual working document, 
which I edit in vim. I only typeset the entire working document once or twice 
an hour, if that; vim catches syntax errors. So if LuaTex takes a few seconds 
longer to do the typesetting, it's completely unimportant.


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Re: [NTG-context] (RSFS) font installation

2011-03-16 Thread mathew
On Wed, Mar 16, 2011 at 09:00, Stefan Müller warrence@gmx.de wrote:
 like others before, I tried to get the script alphabet from Ralph Smith's
 Formal Font to work in MkIV (minimals) and failed. There seems to be only
 outdated or unclear and unspecific information about where to start with
 fonts available. Or: there is information everywhere but I can't put it
 together.

 I downloaded a rsfs.zip from [1] containing .mf, .pfb, .afm, .pfm files and
 a .map file. It seems to be a type1 font.

 The manual [2] states, that a script texfont.pl can do install the font.
 Mojca said [3] on the mailing list that texfont is not the way to go, so I
 didn't try to go further in that direction.

 Do I need .tfm files? If so, how to get them?

You don't need tfm files and you don't need to use texfont.pl.

 I put the rsfs directory with its subdirs from the .zip to the folder
 c:\context\tex\texmf-fonts\fonts\data\ as Wolfgang suggested [4] and ran
 context --generate. I seems as if this did not install the font, but I
 have no idea. How can I check this?

For mkiv minimals, the following should work:
a) Install font as appropriate for your OS.
b) Make sure OS font directory containing font pfb file is included in OSFONTDIR
c) Update LuaTeX's font info by running   mtxrun --script fonts --reload
d) Check the list of fonts using   mtxrun --script fonts --list --all
--pattern=*

At that point you have the font known to LuaTeX. Then you need to set
it up in your document; I posted a full example of that a while back,
it's at http://pastebin.tlhiv.org/9GeRRcI4
but I haven't put it into the wiki yet.


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Re: [NTG-context] Ideas for restructuring the ConTeXt garden?

2011-03-14 Thread mathew
On Mon, Mar 14, 2011 at 15:26, Mojca Miklavec
mojca.miklavec.li...@gmail.com wrote:
 Except that wiki pages are in a really horrible shape when it comes to
 Installation pages.
[...]
 If anyone has the slightest idea where to start, please do it.

FWIW, I updated the Ubuntu pages last week.

The OS X pages don't seem to be out of date.


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Re: [NTG-context] 620 pages limit?

2011-03-14 Thread mathew
2011/3/14 Vedran Miletić riva...@gmail.com:
 Same here on Linux, 32-bit.

Also here.

[...]
(/usr/local/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/sample/knuth.tex)
pagesflushing realpage 3987, userpage 3987
PANIC: unprotected error in call to Lua API (stack overflow (out of
stack space))

mtx-context | fatal error: return code: 1
$ context --version
mtx-context | main context file:
/usr/local/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/context.mkiv
mtx-context | current version: 2011.02.25 22:03
$ luatex --version
This is LuaTeX, Version beta-0.65.0-2010121316

Linux w510 2.6.32-23-generic-pae #37-Ubuntu SMP  i686 GNU/Linux
[...]


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Re: [NTG-context] Ideas for restructuring the ConTeXt garden?

2011-03-13 Thread mathew
On Sun, Mar 13, 2011 at 19:07, Alasdair McAndrew amc...@gmail.com wrote:
 Speaking as a raw ConTeXt beginner, I would find it very helpful to have a
 library of different styles: LaTeX, journal, conference and book styles.

This is what I've been setting out to do, build a set of examples. So
far I've got a custom font example (posted for comment last week) and
a personal letter template.

I looked at the letter package, but that's far too general. I wanted
something simple and self-contained that I could take and modify, not
a framework.

So yes, a set of examples of layouts is exactly what I would be likely
to use myself.


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Re: [NTG-context] Why do \startlines and \crlf give different results in this example?

2011-03-12 Thread mathew
On Mar 12, 2011, at 02:15, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
 \framed
  [width=fit,align=right,strut=no]
  {\startlines[before=,after=]
   One
   Two
   Three
   \stoplines}

Awesome, thanks. I added a note to the wiki page about \framed, and 
subsequently discovered the information was hidden on the page about verbatim 
linebreaks.


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Re: [NTG-context] Ideas for restructuring the ConTeXt garden?

2011-03-12 Thread mathew
On Sat, Mar 12, 2011 at 06:21, Florian Wobbe florian.wo...@awi.de wrote:

 Then I am aware of many people who are reluctant to install the
minimals. I now wonder why I (myself) was unwilling to install the
minimals in the first place, having TeXLive installed already. For one
it was because of the extra effort.

My experience on Ubuntu is that if you install the ConTeXt minimals in
your path, they break a bunch of stuff from TeXLive, such as pdfcrop.
I ended up writing my own pdfcrop because I couldn't work out how to
get the one from my distribution working at the same time as the
ConTeXt minimals.

I'd have gone back to my distro's copy of ConTeXt, if it wasn't for
the fact that it dates back to 2009 and I'd already hit a bug in it
that's fixed in the minimals.


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[NTG-context] Pagination problem with an intermezzo containing a footnote

2011-03-11 Thread mathew
\starttext

This is a sample document to demonstrate a possible bug. You will
probably see a footnote below which appears before the page it's
referenced from.

\placeintermezzo[page][block:example]{Demonstrating a bug}
\startframedtext[width=0.8\makeupwidth]
This is a rather dull intermezzo.\footnote{But it does at least
demonstrate a bug.}
\stopframedtext

\stoptext


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[NTG-context] Why do \startlines and \crlf give different results in this example?

2011-03-11 Thread mathew
% First request no space before

\setuplines[before=\nowhitespace,after=\nowhitespace]


% Now use startlines...

\framed[width=fit,align=right]{\startlines One

Two

Three\stoplines}


% ...then compare with \crlf.

\framed[width=fit,align=right]{One\crlf

Two\crlf

Three}

Why do these give different results, and how do I make the former behave
like the latter?


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[NTG-context] Full example of font setup

2011-03-09 Thread mathew
Hi. I recently returned to TeX after a 20 year absence, and decided ConTeXt
was the best choice of package for a modern TeX environment.

I've been reading through the wiki pages, manuals, and drafts of new manual
chapters, trying to put together a full example of setting up a complete set
of fonts for a document.

My heavily commented example is at http://pastebin.tlhiv.org/DQcygbld

I'd appreciate any comments and corrections, as I'd like to try and make
sure my understanding is correct before I publish the example anywhere.

Thanks,


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