[NTG-context] \usemodule doesn't complain when module is not found?

2009-11-19 Thread Matthijs Kooijman
Hi all,

I've been trying my first steps into the land of ConTeXt modules, without much
success. What has been particularly annoying is that the \usemodule command
seems to give no error or other indication that a particular module was not
found. Consider below example:

  \usemodule{foobar}

  \starttext
Foo
  \stoptext

I would highly appreciate it if the above would fail with a Module foobar not
found error (possibly even with locations where the module was looked for,
but I'm not sure how that works exactly).

Gr.

Matthijs


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Re: [NTG-context] \usemodule doesn't complain when module is not found?

2009-11-19 Thread Matthijs Kooijman
   \usemodule{foobar}
Right, this should have been \usemodule[foobar] (square brackets instead of
curlies...). It would been nice if this would error out, but well...

When fixing this, there is a module foobar not found message, though it
doesn't error out.

So, never mind and sorry for the noise...

Gr.

Matthijs


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