Re: [NTG-context] Bugs using \startTEXpage ... \stopTEXpage, Metapost and text

2020-12-06 Thread Pablo Rodriguez
On 12/6/20 3:29 PM, Jairo A. del Rio wrote:
> [...]
> gives a normal output in MkIV, but buggy output in LMTX. It seems only
> TeX commands in Metapost (textext, thetextext, etc.) are affected. Am I
> missing something?

Hi Jairo,

the sample can be much simpler:

  \starttext
  \startMPcode
  draw textext("some text");
  \stopMPcode
  \stoptext

This might be related to the issue that I reported about text scaling in
lmt_followtext
(https://mailman.ntg.nl/pipermail/ntg-context/2020/100573.html).

Just in case it helps,

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[NTG-context] Bugs using \startTEXpage ... \stopTEXpage, Metapost and text

2020-12-06 Thread Jairo A. del Rio
Hi. The following:

\starttext
%Using \startMPpage instead doesn't help
\startTEXpage[width=1920px,height=1080px,margin=1em]
\startplacefigure[location=force,number=no]
\startMPcode
draw textext("some text");
\stopMPcode
\stopplacefigure
\stopTEXpage
\stoptext

gives a normal output in MkIV, but buggy output in LMTX. It seems only TeX
commands in Metapost (textext, thetextext, etc.) are affected. Am I missing
something?

Thank you in advance.

Regards,

Jairo :)
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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in \framed

2019-09-06 Thread Hans Hagen

On 9/6/2019 10:02 PM, Henning Hraban Ramm wrote:

In
ConTeXt  ver: 2019.08.24 22:42 MKIV beta  fmt: 2019.9.6
LuaTeX, Version 1.10.1
(i.e. today’s beta)

* framecorner doesn’t work any more (all the same)


typo .. i'll fix it


* backgroundoffset is shifted downwards (used to be centered, but is wrong for 
a while)


hm


\framed[
 frame=on, corner=round,
 frameoffset=0.5em, framecolor=black,
 background=color, backgroundcolor=darkgreen,
 backgroundoffset=1em,
 foreground=color,color=white,
]{{\color[white]{\ss\bf I wanted Center Green!}}}

btw, use

foregroundcolor=white

so

>  backgroundoffset=1em,
>  foregroundcolor=white]
> {\ss\bf I wanted Center Green!}

will do

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[NTG-context] Bugs in \framed

2019-09-06 Thread Henning Hraban Ramm
In
ConTeXt  ver: 2019.08.24 22:42 MKIV beta  fmt: 2019.9.6
LuaTeX, Version 1.10.1
(i.e. today’s beta)

* framecorner doesn’t work any more (all the same)

* backgroundoffset is shifted downwards (used to be centered, but is wrong for 
a while)

examples:


\starttext

{\setupframed[foregroundstyle=mono,rulethickness=1pt,offset=0.5em,framecolor=darkgreen]
\startcombination[3*10]
  {\framed[framecorner=00]{framecorner=00}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=01]{framecorner=01}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=02]{framecorner=02}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=03]{framecorner=03}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=04]{framecorner=04}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=05]{framecorner=05}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=06]{framecorner=06}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=07]{framecorner=07}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=08]{framecorner=08}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=09]{framecorner=09}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=10]{framecorner=10}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=11]{framecorner=11}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=12]{framecorner=12}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=13]{framecorner=13}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=14]{framecorner=14}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=15]{framecorner=15}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=16]{framecorner=16}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=17]{framecorner=17}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=18]{framecorner=18}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=19]{framecorner=19}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=20]{framecorner=20}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=21]{framecorner=21}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=22]{framecorner=22}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=23]{framecorner=23}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=24]{framecorner=24}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=25]{framecorner=25}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=26]{framecorner=26}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=27]{framecorner=27}}{}
{\framed[framecorner=28]{framecorner=28}}{}
  {}{}
\stopcombination
% I had no idea how to do that with recursion
}

\framed[frame=off,
background=color,backgroundcolor=yellow,
]{Textmarker}

\framed[
background=color,backgroundcolor=red,
foreground=color,color=white,
]{{\color[white]{Pommes Rot-Weiß}}}

\framed[
frame=on, corner=round,
frameoffset=0.5em, framecolor=black,
background=color, backgroundcolor=darkgreen,
backgroundoffset=1em,
foreground=color,color=white,
]{{\color[white]{\ss\bf I wanted Center Green!}}}

\stoptext



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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs with minimals 2015.05.24 12:42

2016-05-24 Thread Mojca Miklavec
On 24 May 2016 at 12:06, Meer, Hans van der wrote:
>> On 02 Jun 2015, at 14:51, Hans Hagen wrote:
>>
>> If you install extra fonts and files, you should put them in
>>
>> tex/texmf-fonts
>> tex/texmf-project
>>
>> as these are left untouched. That has always been the recommendation. The 
>> other trees will be synchronized in an update and that also includes 
>> deleting obsolete files.
>
> I guess the same applies to /tex/texmf-local?
>
> And how is that with tex/texmf-modules? I am asking because there is also a 
> modules directory:
> context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/modules
> It would be nice if I safely can put my modules there instead of burying them 
> somewhere else in the trees.

If you put files under texmf-context, they will be removed
automatically with next update. You can install official modules with
"--modules=t-tikz" for example and those will stay. But if you want
your own unrelated modules, you should not use texmf-modules unless
you remove the "--delete" flag for rsync (but then you'll end up with
other obsolete files).

The trees texmf-local, texmf-fonts, texmf-projects are all fine.

Mojca
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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs with minimals 2015.05.24 12:42

2016-05-24 Thread Meer, Hans van der

> On 02 Jun 2015, at 14:51, Hans Hagen  wrote:
> 
> If you install extra fonts and files, you should put them in
> 
> tex/texmf-fonts
> tex/texmf-project
> 
> as these are left untouched. That has always been the recommendation. The 
> other trees will be synchronized in an update and that also includes deleting 
> obsolete files.

I guess the same applies to /tex/texmf-local?

And how is that with tex/texmf-modules? I am asking because there is also a 
modules directory:
context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/modules 
It would be nice if I safely can put my modules there instead of burying them 
somewhere else in the trees.

Hans van der Meer




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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs with minimals 2015.05.24 12:42

2015-06-02 Thread Mojca Miklavec
On Tue, Jun 2, 2015 at 2:26 PM, david.boerschl...@juno.com wrote:

 (*) tex errorerror on line 1 in file 
 /var/www/vhosts/door43.org/tools/nototest.tex: ! Undefined control sequence
 l.1 \useregime
 [utf]
 1   \useregime[utf]
 2 \enableregime[utf]
 Version: 2015.05.24 12:42

If you are using MkII (that is: if you are running texexec), you should use
\enableregime[utf-8]

If you use LuaTeX, there's no need to enable UTF-8. It's already the default.

 (*) Upgrading with first-setup.sh deleted all the third-party fonts which 
 we had spent months installing.

I'm sorry to hear that.

The idea is to install fonts to
texmf-local
or
texmf-fonts
or
texmf-project
or somewhere else. But the files get removed from texmf,
texmf-context, texmf-modules etc.

I'm sorry that that wasn't clear (or maybe not even mentioned) in the
documentation.

 (*) Installing the context=current installed a beta version of luatex:
 context --version
 mtx-context | current version: 2015.05.24 12:42
 luatex --version
 This is LuaTeX, Version beta-0.80.0 (TeX Live 2015) (rev 5238)

A non-beta version of LuaTeX doesn't exist.

 (*) http://tug.org/pracjourn/2005-2/schmitz/schmitz.pdf (none of the commands 
 texfont, ttf2afm, updmap, come with the latest ConTeXt minimals 2015.05.24 
 12:42) [Is this really the up-to-date documentation on how to install a 
 true-type font?]It does not seem to discuss what to do if all we have is 
 an .otf but no .ttf

The documentation is from 2005 as the URL suggests. So no, it's not
up-to-date. Use LuaTeX instead and you can forget about dirty
workarounds to get the fonts to work.

 (*) Documentation request: typescripts for ttf and otf files which may or 
 may not have bold, italics, etc with fallback-families and Unicode ranges and 
 separate files for Unicode-ranges (e.g., Google Noto fonts).

This is all possible (it might require a bit of work to get everything
set up properly), but you should definitely switch to LuaTeX.

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[NTG-context] Bugs with minimals 2015.05.24 12:42

2015-06-02 Thread david.boerschl...@juno.com

(*) tex errorerror on line 1 in file 
/var/www/vhosts/door43.org/tools/nototest.tex: ! Undefined control sequence
l.1 \useregime
[utf]
1   \useregime[utf]
2 \enableregime[utf]
Version: 2015.05.24 12:42

(*) Upgrading with first-setup.sh deleted all the third-party fonts which we 
had spent months installing.

(*) Installing the context=current installed a beta version of luatex:
context --version
mtx-context | current version: 2015.05.24 12:42
luatex --version
This is LuaTeX, Version beta-0.80.0 (TeX Live 2015) (rev 5238)

(*) http://tug.org/pracjourn/2005-2/schmitz/schmitz.pdf (none of the commands 
texfont, ttf2afm, updmap, come with the latest ConTeXt minimals 2015.05.24 
12:42) [Is this really the up-to-date documentation on how to install a 
true-type font?]It does not seem to discuss what to do if all we have is an 
.otf but no .ttf

(*) Documentation request: typescripts for ttf and otf files which may or 
may not have bold, italics, etc with fallback-families and Unicode ranges and 
separate files for Unicode-ranges (e.g., Google Noto fonts).

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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs with minimals 2015.05.24 12:42

2015-06-02 Thread Hans Hagen

On 6/2/2015 2:26 PM, david.boerschl...@juno.com wrote:


(*) tex errorerror on line 1 in file 
/var/www/vhosts/door43.org/tools/nototest.tex: ! Undefined control sequence
 l.1 \useregime
 [utf]
 1   \useregime[utf]
 2 \enableregime[utf]
 Version: 2015.05.24 12:42

(*) Upgrading with first-setup.sh deleted all the third-party fonts which we 
had spent months installing.


If you install extra fonts and files, you should put them in

tex/texmf-fonts
tex/texmf-project

as these are left untouched. That has always been the recommendation. 
The other trees will be synchronized in an update and that also includes 
deleting obsolete files.



(*) Installing the context=current installed a beta version of luatex:
 context --version
 mtx-context | current version: 2015.05.24 12:42
 luatex --version
 This is LuaTeX, Version beta-0.80.0 (TeX Live 2015) (rev 5238)

(*) http://tug.org/pracjourn/2005-2/schmitz/schmitz.pdf (none of the commands texfont, ttf2afm, 
updmap, come with the latest ConTeXt minimals 2015.05.24 12:42) [Is this really the up-to-date 
documentation on how to install a true-type font?]It does not seem to discuss what to do if all 
we have is an .otf but no .ttf

(*) Documentation request: typescripts for ttf and otf files which may or 
may not have bold, italics, etc with fallback-families and Unicode ranges and separate files for 
Unicode-ranges (e.g., Google Noto fonts).


you can put the fonts in

tex/texmf-fonts/fonts/data/someplace

and run

mtxrun --generate

and then try the selectfont command

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Re: [NTG-context] BUGS with \setupbodyfontenvironment

2015-05-22 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

 Am 22.05.2015 um 13:07 schrieb david.boerschl...@juno.com:
 
 I have the following:
 
 \setupbodyfontenvironment[default][em=italic,x=9.0pt,xx=8.0pt,a=12.0pt,b=14.0pt,c=16.0pt,d=18.0pt,e=24.0pt,small=8.0pt]
 
 Per: http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Font_Switching
 
 However Context has a syntax error.
 
 ! Missing \endcsname inserted
 ! You can't use `\dimexpr' in restricted horizontal mode
 
 If I change the above to:
 \setupbodyfontenvironment[default][em=italic,x=0.9,xx=0.8,a=1.2,b=1.4,c=1.6,d=2.4,e=3.0,f=4.0,small=0.8]
 
 then the .tex compiles and runs and generates PDF output.
 
 Also, \tfe is documented to work but it is being flagged as a undefined 
 control sequence error whereas \tfd works.   We are using context current 
 version: 2014.01.03 00:40


Only the a–d sizes are predefined, to get the e you have to add

\definefontsize[e]

to your document.

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[NTG-context] BUGS with \setupbodyfontenvironment

2015-05-22 Thread david.boerschl...@juno.com
I have the following:

\setupbodyfontenvironment[default][em=italic,x=9.0pt,xx=8.0pt,a=12.0pt,b=14.0pt,c=16.0pt,d=18.0pt,e=24.0pt,small=8.0pt]

Per: http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Font_Switching

However Context has a syntax error.

! Missing \endcsname inserted
! You can't use `\dimexpr' in restricted horizontal mode

If I change the above to:
\setupbodyfontenvironment[default][em=italic,x=0.9,xx=0.8,a=1.2,b=1.4,c=1.6,d=2.4,e=3.0,f=4.0,small=0.8]

then the .tex compiles and runs and generates PDF output.

Also, \tfe is documented to work but it is being flagged as a undefined control 
sequence error whereas \tfd works.   We are using context current version: 
2014.01.03 00:40

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[NTG-context] bugs in page breaks with items

2014-06-16 Thread Pablo Rodriguez
Dear Hans,

sorry for bothering you with this, but today I found an ugly pagebreak
such as the following in a book I’m writting:

\showframe\showgrid
\setupbodyfont[pagella,15pt]
\starttext
\chapter{Chapter title}
\section{Section title}
\dorecurse{10}{\dorecurse{10}{Sentence. }\par}

\startitemize
\item \dorecurse{5}{This is an item. }
\item \dorecurse{15}{This is an item. }
\item \dorecurse{5}{This is an item. }
\stopitemize
\stoptext

The second item from the list has the page break in the sample above.
But if you comment the last item from the list, first two items fit in
the first page.

For some strange reason, ConTeXt is not able to leave the third item in
that list alone in the second page.

I have the strong impression that items themselves (not the paragraphs
they contain) are handled by ConTeXt with rules for widow and orphan lines.

The example above shows this. If you change recursion in the second item
from 15 to 10 (so that the item has three lines), the whole list is
moved to the second page. I think that the first item should remain on
the first page.

Another sample that shows the same behavior:

\showframe\showgrid
\setupbodyfont[pagella,15pt]
\starttext
\chapter{Chapter title}
\section{Section title}
\dorecurse{10}{\dorecurse{10}{Sentence. }\par}

\startitemize
\dorecurse{4}{\item This is an item.\par}
\stopitemize
\stoptext

If there are four items, all text fits in one page. If there are five
items, three items remain in the first page and two items move to the
second page (not only the last one, as it should).

But if there are six items in the list, the first four ones remain in
the first page and the other two move to the second page.

Could you fix these page breaks?

Many thanks for your help,


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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in page break (relevant for TeX Live 2014)

2014-06-01 Thread Hans Hagen

On 6/1/2014 7:09 AM, Pablo Rodriguez wrote:

Dear Hans,

there is a wrong page break introduced in the stable version intended
for TeX Live 2014.


it's unlikely to be fixed in tl 2014 ... already frozen ... but there is 
updating built-in texlive so it's no big deal



Here you have the sample that shows the issue:

 \showframe\showgrid
 \setupbodyfont[pagella,15pt]

 \starttext
 \chapter{Chapter title}
 \section{Section title}
 \dorecurse{140}{Sentence. }
 \subsection{Subsection title}
 This is another line.
 \stoptext

Page break is wrong when \subsection is active or replaced with
\subsubsection. Page break is right when \subsection is disabled or
replaced with \section.

By the way, I experience another page break with lists (I guess it was
introduced with the same beta as above, but I’m not sure).

Here is the sample:

 \showframe\showgrid
 \setupbodyfont[pagella,15pt]
 \starttext
 \chapter{Chapter title}
 \section{Section title}
 \dorecurse{140}{Sentence. }

 \startitemize
 \dorecurse{4}{\item This is an item.\par}
 \stopitemize
 \stoptext

Page break above is wrong when recursion is over 2.


actually it's okay as context prevents a break between the first two and 
last two item entries (has always been the case)


\startitemize[loose]

disables this

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[NTG-context] bugs in page break (relevant for TeX Live 2014)

2014-05-31 Thread Pablo Rodriguez
Dear Hans,

there is a wrong page break introduced in the stable version intended
for TeX Live 2014.

Here you have the sample that shows the issue:

\showframe\showgrid
\setupbodyfont[pagella,15pt]

\starttext
\chapter{Chapter title}
\section{Section title}
\dorecurse{140}{Sentence. }
\subsection{Subsection title}
This is another line.
\stoptext

Page break is wrong when \subsection is active or replaced with
\subsubsection. Page break is right when \subsection is disabled or
replaced with \section.

By the way, I experience another page break with lists (I guess it was
introduced with the same beta as above, but I’m not sure).

Here is the sample:

\showframe\showgrid
\setupbodyfont[pagella,15pt]
\starttext
\chapter{Chapter title}
\section{Section title}
\dorecurse{140}{Sentence. }

\startitemize
\dorecurse{4}{\item This is an item.\par}
\stopitemize
\stoptext

Page break above is wrong when recursion is over 2.

Could you fix these wrong page breaks?

I think both fixes should be included in TeX Live 2014.

Many thanks for your help,


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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in linenumbering ?

2014-04-05 Thread Stéphane Goujet
Le Thu, 03 Apr 2014 23:02:41 -0400,
Rik Kabel cont...@rik.users.panix.com a écrit :

 On 2014-04-03 20:15, Stéphane Goujet wrote:
 Here is what I have done so far. Not too bad a result, but there
  are still 2 main problems:
  -- when the quotation begins after the beginning of the paragraph,
  the whole paragraph is affected by *narrower*;
  -- when the text continues after the end of the quotation, it is
  impossible to insert the *\par* that, as Hans noticed and told us,
  is needed to have *narrower* work, so it is as if there was no
  *narrower* and the whole line numbering of the paragraph is messed
  up.
 That is the big one for me. As the example png I posted shows, I need
 to have support for multiple quoted sections and unquoted text at the
 end.

  Same for me. I understand that it makes little sense (or perhaps
no sense at all) for line numbering to deal with such situations; this
is why in first post concerning our quotation matter, I was asking
whether linenumbering would be the way to go or not.


Goodbye,
  Stéphane.
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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in linenumbering ?

2014-04-03 Thread Hans Hagen

On 4/2/2014 3:17 PM, Stéphane Goujet wrote:

Hello,


   Here is an example that highlights a few problems I have with
linenumbering.

   When the line numbers are located in the margin, everything is fine.

   But when the number is located in the text:
1) Text overflows in the right margin.
2) Paragraph indenting does not work. We can even see a kind of right
indentation appear.

1+2 = First line of the paragraph is too short, netx ones are too long.

3) linenumbering does not work within footnotes (neither with line
numbers in margin nor in text).


   Perhaps (3) is not implemented, but I suppose (1) and (2) are not
the expected behaviour.


==

\setuppapersize[A4]
\setupindenting[yes,first,medium]

\definelinenumbering[lnbasic]
\definelinenumbering[lntext]
\definelinenumbering[lntextandnullwidth]
\definelinenumbering[lntextandwidth]

\setuplinenumbering[lnbasic][]
\setuplinenumbering[lntext][location=text]
\setuplinenumbering[lntextandnullwidth][location=text,width=0pt]
\setuplinenumbering[lntextandwidth][location=text,width=.75em]

\starttext

{\bf A normal paragraph for reference}. \input tufte

\startlinenumbering[lnbasic]
{\bf Numbers in margin : correct right margin, paragraph indentation.}
\input tufte \stoplinenumbering

\startlinenumbering[lntext]
{\bf Numbers in text, default width : overflow, no indentation of the
first line but some kind of right indentation!} \input tufte
\stoplinenumbering

\startlinenumbering[lntextandnullwidth]
{\bf Numbers in text, 0 width : no overflow but overtype on numbers,
same problem with indentation.} \input tufte
\stoplinenumbering

\startlinenumbering[lntextandwidth]
{\bf Numbers in text, average width : average overflow, same problem
with indentation.} \input tufte
\stoplinenumbering

It also affects the previous lines when {em line numbering} starts from
the middle of the line and not on a new paragraph.
\startlinenumbering[lntext]
{\bf Numbers in text, default width : overflow, no indentation of the
first line but some kind of right indentation!} \input tufte
\stoplinenumbering

Line numbering does not work in footnotes\footnote{
\startlinenumbering[lnbasic]
{\bf Numbers in margins.} \input tufte
\stoplinenumbering
}
\footnote{
\startlinenumbering[lntext]
{\bf Numbers in text.} \input tufte
\stoplinenumbering
}.

\stoptext


you probably didn't test with the beta because most looks ok

i've added support for notes (somewhat tricky)

\starttext

Here we have a footnote \footnote{%
\startlinenumbering
\input tufte
\par % somehow needed
\stoplinenumbering
}

\stoptext

with respect to text: you need to go narrower or set the distance to 
(e.g.) -1cm



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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in linenumbering ?

2014-04-03 Thread Pablo Rodriguez
On 04/03/2014 04:19 PM, Hans Hagen wrote:
 On 4/2/2014 3:17 PM, Stéphane Goujet wrote:

 3) linenumbering does not work within footnotes (neither with line
 numbers in margin nor in text).
 
 i've added support for notes (somewhat tricky)

Sorry, but I cannot refrain from asking: how about having line numbers
in \setupnote and being optional to have different or the same counting
than the rest of the page?


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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in linenumbering ?

2014-04-03 Thread Stéphane Goujet
Le Thu, 03 Apr 2014 16:19:18 +0200,
Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl a écrit :

 you probably didn't test with the beta because most looks ok

  Dammit, you are right. And yet I was using fairly recent versions
(25/03 and 27/03).


 with respect to text: you need to go narrower or set the distance to 
 (e.g.) -1cm

  It seems I can indeed get nice results with

\setuplinenumbering[location=text]
\startnarrower[left]
\startlinenumbering

  Thanks !


 i've added support for notes (somewhat tricky)
 
 \starttext
 Here we have a footnote \footnote{%
  \startlinenumbering
  \input tufte
 A few numbers : 012345679.
  \par % somehow needed
  \stoplinenumbering
 }
 \stoptext

  Thank you again. To annoy you one more time, still one thing : the
font size of the line numbers is the one of the main text, no the
smaller one that numbers should have in the footnote part (just add a
few numbers in the footnote text to compare easily).


Faithfully yours,
  Stéphane.
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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in linenumbering ?

2014-04-03 Thread Rik Kabel

  
  
On 2014-04-03 13:16, Stéphane Goujet
  wrote:


  Le Thu, 03 Apr 2014 16:19:18 +0200,
Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl a écrit :


  
you probably didn't test with the beta because most looks ok

  
  
  Dammit, you are right. And yet I was using fairly recent versions
(25/03 and 27/03).



  
with respect to text: you need to go narrower or set the distance to 
(e.g.) -1cm

  
  
  It seems I can indeed get nice results with

\setuplinenumbering[location=text]
\startnarrower[left]
\startlinenumbering

  Thanks !



  
i've added support for notes (somewhat tricky)

\starttext
Here we have a footnote \footnote{%
 \startlinenumbering
 \input tufte

  
   A few numbers : 012345679.

  
 \par % somehow needed
 \stoplinenumbering
}
\stoptext

  
  
  Thank you again. To annoy you one more time, still one thing : the
font size of the line numbers is the one of the main text, no the
smaller one that numbers should have in the footnote part (just add a
few numbers in the footnote text to compare easily).





As to the size in footnotes, try:
\definelinenumbering[fntext]
  \setuplinenumbering[fntext][style=\ssxx]
  
or similar.

However, for the general case, there is still an issue with
linenumbering that begins after the beginning of a paragraph. The
work-around of \startnarrower cannot help in this case, since it
appears to always start a new paragraph. Thus, it cannot be used to
reproduce the form of quotation we are trying to replicate (from
Thomas Bowdler, The Family Shakespeare, 1807):



  

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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in linenumbering ?

2014-04-03 Thread Stéphane Goujet
Le Thu, 03 Apr 2014 13:01:04 -0400,
Rik Kabel cont...@rik.users.panix.com a écrit :


 However, for the general case, there is still an issue with 
 linenumbering that begins after the beginning of a paragraph. The 
 work-around of \startnarrower cannot help in this case, since it
 appears to always start a new paragraph. 

  Have you tried \startnarrower[before=] ?

  I haven't yet, but I will go back to it soon.
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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in linenumbering ?

2014-04-03 Thread Stéphane Goujet
Le Thu, 03 Apr 2014 13:01:04 -0400,
Rik Kabel cont...@rik.users.panix.com a écrit :

 On 2014-04-03 13:16, Stéphane Goujet wrote:
  Le Thu, 03 Apr 2014 16:19:18 +0200,
  Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl a écrit :
 
  with respect to text: you need to go narrower or set the distance
  to (e.g.) -1cm
 It seems I can indeed get nice results with
 
  \setuplinenumbering[location=text]
  \startnarrower[left]
  \startlinenumbering
 
  i've added support for notes (somewhat tricky)
 
  \starttext
  Here we have a footnote \footnote{%
\startlinenumbering
\input tufte
A few numbers : 012345679.
\par % somehow needed
\stoplinenumbering
  }
  \stoptext

 As to the size in footnotes, try:
 
 \definelinenumbering[fntext]
 \setuplinenumbering[fntext][style=\ssxx]

  If I could avoid defining another set of different macros, I would
prefer... (For I have already 2 start macros, 2 stop macros, and 1
intermediate macro: it already lacks a bit of automatising).

 
 However, for the general case, there is still an issue with 
 linenumbering that begins after the beginning of a paragraph. The 
 work-around of \startnarrower cannot help in this case, since it
 appears to always start a new paragraph.

  So, with the [before=] (and [after=] for continuing text after
\stopnarrower), it is possible.

  Here is what I have done so far. Not too bad a result, but there are
still 2 main problems:
-- when the quotation begins after the beginning of the paragraph, the
whole paragraph is affected by *narrower*;
-- when the text continues after the end of the quotation, it is
impossible to insert the *\par* that, as Hans noticed and told us, is
needed to have *narrower* work, so it is as if there was no *narrower*
and the whole line numbering of the paragraph is messed up.

and 2 minor ones:
-- no paragraph indentation in footnotes.
-- Alignment of the first quoted paragraph in respect to the following
quoted paragraphs is not perfect (because I use different symbols for
the quotation opening («) and the quotation repetition (»), I guess).
But this point is good enough for me.


==
\setuppapersize[A4]
\enableregime[utf-8]
\mainlanguage[fr]
\language[fr]
\setcharacterspacing[frenchpunctuation]
\setupindenting[first,yes,medium]

\setupnotation[footnote][location=margin]

\define\repsym{»}
\newdimen\repshift
\repshift=.75em
\definelinenumbering[repcite]
\setuplinenumbering[repcite][location=text,command=\repmark,before=,after=]
\definelinenumbering[repcitel]
\setuplinenumbering[repcitel][location=text,command={\repsym\gobbleoneargument}]
\defineexpandable[1]\repmark{\doifnot{#1}{1}{\repsym}}

\definenarrower[narcite][left=\repshift,before=,after=]

\define\startbloccite{\startnarcite[left]\setupindenting[first,yes,\dimexpr\parindent-\repshift]\startlinenumbering[repcite]«}
\define\startbloccitel{\startnarcite[left]\setupindenting[first,yes,\dimexpr\parindent-\repshift]\startlinenumbering[repcitel]«}
\define\stopbloccite{»\par\stoplinenumbering\stopnarrower}
\define\stopbloccitel{»\stoplinenumbering\stopnarrower}

\define\bloccitepar{\stoplinenumbering
\par
\startlinenumbering[repcite]\leavevmode\hbox to\repshift{\repsym}\hskip0pt
}


\starttext

First check: «normal spacing of guillemets».

Second check: a normal paragraph, to show {\bf normal right margin limit}.
\input tufte


«Third check : paragraph starting with guillemets.»

Let's start with a quote block on a {\bf new line} :

\startbloccite
%First paragraph ({\bf quote repetition symbol is really not wanted here}): 
\input tufte (\the\hsize)
Second paragraph ({\bf indenting and margins are correct}): \input tufte
\bloccitepar
Second paragraph ({\bf indenting and margins are correct}): \input tufte
\bloccitepar
Third paragraph ({\bf now I put a different sentence here to check hyphenation.
Weird, it looks OK now, I cannot reproduce the overflow.}): \input tufte
\stopbloccite

Now, a quote block starting just there, {\bf in the middle of a line}
({\bf the problem is that \char`\\startnarrower affects the whole paragraph :
every lines are narrowed, even the ones before the environment 
starts}):\startbloccitel\input tufte
\bloccitepar
\input tufte
\stopbloccitel . This a bit of text at the end of the quotation.
{\bf The whole paragraph is wrong because I could not end it with a 
\char`\\par}.

And let's call a {\bf footnote}\footnote{\startbloccite\input tufte
\bloccitepar
\input tufte
\stopbloccite}. {\bf Fine : quote repetition symbols do now appear
in it. But there is no paragraph indentation.}.

\stoptext

==

Goodbye,
  Stéphane.
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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in linenumbering ?

2014-04-03 Thread Rik Kabel

On 2014-04-03 20:15, Stéphane Goujet wrote:

...


   Here is what I have done so far. Not too bad a result, but there are
still 2 main problems:
-- when the quotation begins after the beginning of the paragraph, the
whole paragraph is affected by *narrower*;
-- when the text continues after the end of the quotation, it is
impossible to insert the *\par* that, as Hans noticed and told us, is
needed to have *narrower* work, so it is as if there was no *narrower*
and the whole line numbering of the paragraph is messed up.


That is the big one for me. As the example png I posted shows, I need to 
have support for multiple quoted sections and unquoted text at the end.



and 2 minor ones:
-- no paragraph indentation in footnotes.


I have some very long footnotes and have moved to endnotes. The same 
issues present themselves, and many others related to commands that do 
not work in margins, footnotes, and other floating environments, but I 
think the solution is to write them as a separate chapter and manage the 
cross-references (footnote marks) myself.



-- Alignment of the first quoted paragraph in respect to the following
quoted paragraphs is not perfect (because I use different symbols for
the quotation opening («) and the quotation repetition (»), I guess).
But this point is good enough for me.


The opening and repetition guillemot in paragraphs started by 
\startbloccite and \bloccitepar align correctly. The difference in 
alignment of the first text character in those paragraphs appears to be 
about 0.45pt, which can be handled by the \hskip at the end of the 
definition of \bloccitepar. That value is absolute, so may need 
adjusting for other fonts and sizes. Perhaps an hskip of 0.375em might 
be more flexible.


Another problem occurs when protrusion is enabled. A guillemot in 
running text that happens to be placed at the beginning of a line will 
protrude into the left margin channel, but the guillemots that are 
generated by this mechanism will not protrude. When these are on the 
same page it is ugly.


...


Goodbye,
   Stéphane.


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[NTG-context] Bugs in linenumbering ?

2014-04-02 Thread Stéphane Goujet
Hello,


  Here is an example that highlights a few problems I have with
linenumbering.

  When the line numbers are located in the margin, everything is fine.

  But when the number is located in the text:
1) Text overflows in the right margin.
2) Paragraph indenting does not work. We can even see a kind of right
indentation appear.

1+2 = First line of the paragraph is too short, netx ones are too long.

3) linenumbering does not work within footnotes (neither with line
numbers in margin nor in text).


  Perhaps (3) is not implemented, but I suppose (1) and (2) are not
the expected behaviour.


==

\setuppapersize[A4]
\setupindenting[yes,first,medium]

\definelinenumbering[lnbasic]
\definelinenumbering[lntext]
\definelinenumbering[lntextandnullwidth]
\definelinenumbering[lntextandwidth]

\setuplinenumbering[lnbasic][]
\setuplinenumbering[lntext][location=text]
\setuplinenumbering[lntextandnullwidth][location=text,width=0pt]
\setuplinenumbering[lntextandwidth][location=text,width=.75em]

\starttext

{\bf A normal paragraph for reference}. \input tufte

\startlinenumbering[lnbasic]
{\bf Numbers in margin : correct right margin, paragraph indentation.}
\input tufte \stoplinenumbering

\startlinenumbering[lntext]
{\bf Numbers in text, default width : overflow, no indentation of the
first line but some kind of right indentation!} \input tufte
\stoplinenumbering

\startlinenumbering[lntextandnullwidth]
{\bf Numbers in text, 0 width : no overflow but overtype on numbers,
same problem with indentation.} \input tufte
\stoplinenumbering

\startlinenumbering[lntextandwidth]
{\bf Numbers in text, average width : average overflow, same problem
with indentation.} \input tufte
\stoplinenumbering

It also affects the previous lines when {em line numbering} starts from
the middle of the line and not on a new paragraph.
\startlinenumbering[lntext]
{\bf Numbers in text, default width : overflow, no indentation of the
first line but some kind of right indentation!} \input tufte
\stoplinenumbering

Line numbering does not work in footnotes\footnote{
\startlinenumbering[lnbasic]
{\bf Numbers in margins.} \input tufte
\stoplinenumbering
}
\footnote{
\startlinenumbering[lntext]
{\bf Numbers in text.} \input tufte
\stoplinenumbering
}.

\stoptext

==


Goodbye,
  Stéphane.
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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in XML export (for ePub)

2014-03-11 Thread Thangalin
Hi Hraban,

I tried to create ePubs using ConTeXt late last year (it was a driving
factor for me to switch from LaTeX).

In practice, ConTeXt cannot actually produce ePub content of any
sufficient complexity that an ePub reader (such as Kindle) can read. I
abandoned that development line a while ago. That said, ConTeXt is
orders of magnitude easier to work with than LaTeX (for me) and has an
architecture that holds a promising future.

Since my project exports XML, I began an ePub solution using XSLT and
DocBook. The ant4docbook Java application can produce ePub files from
DocBook using an ant task, making the API simple to use. The resulting
ePub archive can be read by various e-readers.

http://ant4docbook.sourceforge.net/

Unless anyone says otherwise (or there have been momentous
improvements in this area), I would recommend that you do not use
ConTeXt to create ePub files. While technically it can produce an ePub
archive, you will waste countless hours hitting wall after wall.
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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in XML export (for ePub)

2014-03-11 Thread Henning Hraban Ramm
Am 2014-03-11 um 12:42 schrieb Thangalin thanga...@gmail.com:

 In practice, ConTeXt cannot actually produce ePub content of any
 sufficient complexity that an ePub reader (such as Kindle) can read. I
 abandoned that development line a while ago. That said, ConTeXt is
 orders of magnitude easier to work with than LaTeX (for me) and has an
 architecture that holds a promising future.
 ...
 Unless anyone says otherwise (or there have been momentous
 improvements in this area), I would recommend that you do not use
 ConTeXt to create ePub files. While technically it can produce an ePub
 archive, you will waste countless hours hitting wall after wall.

I was thinking about starting with markdown or the like, but I *want* to use 
ConTeXt, and if it should be able to produce ePub, then I want it to succeed.
And maybe I can get on Hans’ and Wolfgang’s nerves enough to make it possible 
;-)


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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in XML export (for ePub)

2014-03-11 Thread Henning Hraban Ramm
more issues:

[5] emphasis

How to markup emphasize (\em, \bf, \it, \sl) so that it gets exported? {\em 
Something} doesn’t.


And hey, can I bribe you to look into that issues? Some nice felt hats from 
Kyrgyzstan perhaps?

The ePub/export stuff is not in a workable state. If you don’t want to work at 
it, we should really remove it to avoid raising false hopes.

I can’t tell how easy it is to fix/enhance. Would it make sense for me to start 
somewhere?


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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in XML export (for ePub)

2014-03-11 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 11.03.2014 um 09:09 schrieb Henning Hraban Ramm te...@fiee.net:

 more issues:
 
 [5] emphasis
 
 How to markup emphasize (\em, \bf, \it, \sl) so that it gets exported? {\em 
 Something} doesn’t.

You have to create a command for them which add tags, e.g.

  \definehighlight[important][style=italic]

or

  \definestartstop[important][style=italic]

and use

  normal text \important{important text} normal text

 And hey, can I bribe you to look into that issues? Some nice felt hats from 
 Kyrgyzstan perhaps?
 
 The ePub/export stuff is not in a workable state. If you don’t want to work 
 at it, we should really remove it to avoid raising false hopes.
 
 I can’t tell how easy it is to fix/enhance. Would it make sense for me to 
 start somewhere?

You can make a few minimal examples with bugs in export mechanism.

Wolfgang
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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in XML export (for ePub)

2014-03-11 Thread Thangalin
Hi, Hraban.

Here is the thread from last year for your reference:

https://www.mail-archive.com/ntg-context@ntg.nl/msg71376.html
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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in XML export (for ePub)

2014-03-11 Thread Henning Hraban Ramm
Am 2014-03-11 um 23:54 schrieb Thangalin thanga...@gmail.com:

 Here is the thread from last year for your reference:
 https://www.mail-archive.com/ntg-context@ntg.nl/msg71376.html

Thank you, that’s what I was referring to.
Hans says, ConTeXt would export XML, but that isn’t true, since the exported 
„XML“ lacks a root element.
(Issue [1] in my previous post.)

Following Wolfang’s advice I’ll provide minimal examples.

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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in XML export (for ePub)

2014-03-11 Thread Henning Hraban Ramm
Am 2014-03-12 um 09:24 schrieb Henning Hraban Ramm te...@fiee.net:

 Am 2014-03-11 um 23:54 schrieb Thangalin thanga...@gmail.com:
 
 Here is the thread from last year for your reference:
 https://www.mail-archive.com/ntg-context@ntg.nl/msg71376.html
 
 Thank you, that’s what I was referring to.
 Hans says, ConTeXt would export XML, but that isn’t true, since the exported 
 „XML“ lacks a root element.
 (Issue [1] in my previous post.)

Ok, I take it partially back: If I have just one standalone document, the 
output is ok.
So the problem is mostly in the combination of export with project structure.

But … please see below.

Minimal succeeding example:

———
%
\setupbackend[export=export.xml]
\settaggedmetadata[
title={Export Test Solo},
author={Hraban},
version=\currentdate % why that doesn’t work?
]


\starttext

\startchapter[title={Chapter One}]

\startsection[title={Section One}]

\input tufte

\stopsection

\startsection[title={Section Two}]

\input knuth

\stopsection

\stopchapter

\stoptext
———

gives 

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

!-- input filename   : solo  --
!-- processing date  : Wed Mar 12 10:10:20 2014 --
!-- context version  : 2014.03.07 11:42  --
!-- exporter version : 0.30  --


 document language=en file=solo date=Wed Mar 12 10:10:20 2014 
context=2014.03.07 11:42 version=0.30 
xmlns:m=http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML;
 metadata
  metavariable name=authorHraban/metavariable
  metavariable name=titleExport Test Solo/metavariable
  metavariable name=version\currentdate /metavariable
 /metadata
  section detail=chapter location='aut:1'
sectionnumber1/sectionnumber 
   sectiontitleChapter One/sectiontitle 
   sectioncontent
  section detail=section
sectionnumber1.1/sectionnumber 
 sectiontitleSection One/sectiontitle 
 sectioncontent
We thrive in information--thick worlds because of our marvelous and everyday 
capacity to select, edit, single out, structure, highlight, group, pair, merge, 
harmonize, synthesize, focus, organize, condense, reduce, boil down, choose, 
categorize, catalog, classify, list, abstract, scan, look into, idealize, 
isolate, discriminate, distinguish, screen, pigeonhole, pick over, sort, 
integrate, blend, inspect, filter, lump, skip, smooth, chunk, average, 
approximate, cluster, aggregate, outline, summarize, itemize, review, dip into, 
flip through, browse, glance into, leaf through, skim, refine, enumerate, 
glean, synopsize, winnow the wheat from the chaff and separate the sheep from 
the goats.
 /sectioncontent
/section
section detail=section location='aut:3'
sectionnumber1.2/sectionnumber 
 sectiontitleSection Two/sectiontitle 
 sectioncontent
Thus, I came to the conclusion that the designer of a new system must not only 
be the implementer and first large--scale user; the designer should also write 
the first user manual.
  break/
The separation of any of these four components would have hurt TEX 
significantly. If I had not participated fully in all these activities, 
literally hundreds of improvements would never have been made, because I would 
never have thought of them or perceived why they were important.
  break/
But a system cannot be successful if it is too strongly influenced by a single 
person. Once the initial design is complete and fairly robust, the real test 
begins as people with many different viewpoints undertake their own experiments.
 /sectioncontent
/section
   /sectioncontent
  /section
 /document
———

The wiki page about ePub says, it should be possible to define metadata in 
\setupexport like this:

\setupexport[
firstpage={koe.pdf},
title={My Fine Title},
]

But that is completely ignored - it does neither show up in the export, nor in 
a produced ePub.

If I include an image with \externalfigure[koe][width=\textwidth], I get in 
export:
image name=koe id='image-1' width='15.000cm' height='21.625cm'/image

That’s not really usable without file extension. In my case, it was even a GIF 
„giraffe.gif“ that got converted to „m_k_i_v_giraffe.gif.pdf“ .
Would it be possible to set the actually used file name as an additional 
attribute in image?


I’ll document the issues with export in project structure in my next post.


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[NTG-context] Bugs in XML export (for ePub)

2014-03-10 Thread Henning Hraban Ramm
Hi again.

I understand you don’t want to export some arbitrary (X)HTML. That’s fine, I 
can make my own XSLT.
And I’m glad that \setupexport doesn’t kill hyphenation any more.

But there are serious errors in export, that have nothing to do with „there’s 
no usable standard“.


[1] root node

First, the exported XML file lacks a root node!
Just call it export or context or whatever you like, but it MUST be there, 
otherwise it’s no wellformed XML.

If I enable xhtml mode like
\setupbackend[export=export.xml,xhtml=yes]
the exported file stops after a few lines.

If I set xhtml=somefile.xhtml, I get the broken export.xml and the complete 
somefile.xhtml, so I guess xhtml=yes causes overwriting the complete file with 
the incomplete one.

As far as I remember previous discussions, this incomplete content is caused by 
the project structure (using project, product, environment); from single file 
it seemed to work, at least at that time, I didn’t check.

Since xhtml mode doesn’t do anything useful anyway, I can just drop the setting.


[2] metadata

The metadata from \setupexport is completely ignored.
The metadata from \settaggedmetadata is exported just fine, but it ends up 
within the first block of the first page, if that’s not empty.
e.g. my text starts with \startlines Title etc. \stoplines, then 
metadatametavariable etc. is exported within lines.
If I add something like \startparagraph \stopparagraph to contain the metadata, 
it disappears. Of course I don’t want to add something visible (then it works 
again).


[3] cover picture

The firstpage key of setupexport is supposed to define a cover picture for the 
ePub, but it doesn’t do anything, as far as I can tell.
Or is something wrong in:
\setupexport[firstpage={img/cover.jpg}]
?


[4] delimited

If \quotation{} contains more than one paragraph (in my case it’s a quote), the 
delimited detail=quotation“ is ended after the first paragraph.


(As always, working with latest MkIV beta on OSX.)

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[NTG-context] bugs in linenote?

2012-08-27 Thread Pablo Rodríguez
Hi there,

I have the following sample:

\definelinenote[A]
\setupnote[A][rule=off, paragraph=yes, split=strict, inbetween=\hskip1.5em]
\setupnotation[A][numbercommand=,alternative=serried,distance=1em,compress=yes,compressseparator=]
\starttext
\startlinenumbering
\dorecurse{500}{body\A{note} }
\stoplinenumbering
\stoptext

I'm afraid it shows to bugs with latest beta.

The first one is that there is no proper separation between body and notes.

The second one is that when no compressseparator is set, there is a
wrong blank space at the beginning of the line.

Can anyone confirm whether they are real bugs or I am doing something wrong?

Many thanks for your help,


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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs with newest beta

2010-12-07 Thread Hans Hagen

On 6-12-2010 5:55, Andreas Harder wrote:

Hello Hans,

I've downloaded the newest beta, but \comments still don't work. Besides of 
that there is a curious indenting problem with delimited text definitions (and 
floats). I will attach some test files.


comments work here in acrobat 10, so you use another viewer? if so, 
luigi might know more


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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs with newest beta

2010-12-07 Thread luigi scarso
On Tue, Dec 7, 2010 at 10:16 AM, Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl wrote:
 On 6-12-2010 5:55, Andreas Harder wrote:

 Hello Hans,

 I've downloaded the newest beta, but \comments still don't work. Besides
 of that there is a curious indenting problem with delimited text definitions
 (and floats). I will attach some test files.

 comments work here in acrobat 10, so you use another viewer? if so, luigi
 might know more
I will download the beta to check

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[NTG-context] Bugs with newest beta

2010-12-06 Thread Andreas Harder
Hello Hans,

I've downloaded the newest beta, but \comments still don't work. Besides of 
that there is a curious indenting problem with delimited text definitions (and 
floats). I will attach some test files.


test-comment.tex
Description: Binary data


test-delimitedtext-indenting.tex
Description: Binary data


test-floats-identnext.tex
Description: Binary data


test-sorting.tex
Description: Binary data



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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in current beta (streams)

2010-08-16 Thread Hans Hagen

On 13-8-2010 1:59, Salil Sayed wrote:

\usemodule[streams]

\def\StartCouple{\page\SwitchToNormal}
\def\StopCouple {\SwitchToNormal \SynchronizeLeftAndRight \FlushLeftAndRight}
\def\Original {\SwitchToNormal\SynchronizeLeftAndRight\SwitchToLeft}
\def\Translation{\SwitchToRight}

\Original\en
Are you sleeping, brother John?

\Translation\de
Bruder Jakob, schläfst du noch?



I will pick up streams some day soon. But I needs to think of an 
interface. Maybe in the meantime you can start collecting user wishes.


\setuplayout[grid=yes] \showgrid

\starttext

\enableoutputstream[en]

Are you sleeping, brother John?\footnote{xxx}
x \footnote{note \recurselevel}\input tufte \par \pushoutputstream
Are you sleeping, brother John?\footnote{xxx} \par \pushoutputstream
x \footnote{note \recurselevel}\input tufte \par \pushoutputstream
Are you sleeping, brother John?\footnote{xxx} \par \pushoutputstream

\enableoutputstream[de]

Bruder Jakob, schläfst du noch?\footnote{yyy}
x \footnote{note \recurselevel}\input ward \par \pushoutputstream
Bruder Jakob, schläfst du noch?\footnote{yyy} \par \pushoutputstream
x \footnote{note \recurselevel}\input ward \par \pushoutputstream
Bruder Jakob, schläfst du noch?\footnote{yyy} \par \pushoutputstream

\disableoutputstream

\input tufte

\synchronizestreams[en,de]

\page \flushoutputstream[en]
\page \flushoutputstream[de]

\stoptext




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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in current beta (streams)

2010-08-13 Thread Salil Sayed
Hi,

and how does one do this in mkiv now?
http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Columns#Streams

\usemodule[streams] 

\def\StartCouple{\page\SwitchToNormal} 
\def\StopCouple {\SwitchToNormal \SynchronizeLeftAndRight \FlushLeftAndRight} 
\def\Original {\SwitchToNormal\SynchronizeLeftAndRight\SwitchToLeft} 
\def\Translation{\SwitchToRight} 

\Original\en
Are you sleeping, brother John?

\Translation\de
Bruder Jakob, schläfst du noch?

i get the same error of course.

thanks,

Salil





From: Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl
To: mailing list for ConTeXt users ntg-context@ntg.nl
Cc: Andreas Harder andreas.har...@rz-online.de
Sent: Wed, August 11, 2010 12:22:02 PM
Subject: Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in current beta

On 10-8-2010 5:36, Andreas Harder wrote:
 Hi all,
 
 for me (OS X 10.6.4)
 mtxrun –script server –auto
 do not work. If I click on a font name I get:
 MTXrun | request from: 127.0.0.1
 MTXrun | requested action: 
/mtx-server-ctx-fonttest.lua?selection=hoeflertextregular
 MTXrun | performing action: 
/mtx-server-ctx-fonttest.lua?selection=hoeflertextregular
 MTXrun | requested file 
'/mtx-server-ctx-fonttest.lua?selection=hoeflertextregular'
 MTXrun | handling error 404: Not Found
 
 Another thing is the streams-module. Here is an example:
 
 \usemodule[streams]
 \definestreamlayer[test][method=overlay]
 \setupbackgrounds[page][background=test]
 
 \starttext  \showframe
 \startstreamlayer[test]
\startcolumns
  \input knuth
\stopcolumns
 \stopstreamlayer
 
 \setlayer[test][x=5cm,y=10cm]{\placestreamlayer[test]}
 \stoptext
 
 And here the error:
 ! Undefined control sequence.
 l.19 \defineoutputstream[\v!left]

This is not really a bug. Streams in mkii are an experiment and will not be 
developed further (is a module after all). In mkiv there will be a different 
mechanism. There is some experimental code ... copied from the source:

\enabletrackers[streams.flushing]

\setuplayout[grid=yes] \showgrid

\starttext

\input tufte

\startoutputstream[nl]

Wat doen we hier?

\enableoutputstream[en]

Are you sleeping, brother John?\footnote{xxx}

\dorecurse{4}{x \footnote{note \recurselevel}\input tufte \par 
\pushoutputstream}

\enableoutputstream[de]

Bruder Jakob, schläfst du noch?\footnote{yyy}

\dorecurse{4}{x \footnote{note \recurselevel}\input ward \par \pushoutputstream}

\disableoutputstream

\stopoutputstream

Vader Jacob, slaap je nog?\footnote{zzz}

\input tufte

\synchronizestreams[en,de,nl]

\page \flushoutputstream[en] \input knuth
\page \flushoutputstream[de] \input knuth
\page \flushoutputstream[nl] \input knuth

\stoptext

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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in current beta

2010-08-11 Thread Hans Hagen

On 10-8-2010 11:44, Andreas Harder wrote:


\starttext
\input tufte

\writetolist[test]{.1}{test}

\input tufte
\stoptext

There shouldn't be a whitespace between the paragraphs, should there?


this is a side effect of the fact that the write becomes a node which is 
needed because we need to know where (on what page) the entry is written


we can make an \directwritetolist is needed but that is hardly useful as 
it does not carry the right info then


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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in current beta

2010-08-11 Thread Hans Hagen

On 10-8-2010 5:36, Andreas Harder wrote:

Hi all,

for me (OS X 10.6.4)
mtxrun –script server –auto
do not work. If I click on a font name I get:
MTXrun | request from: 127.0.0.1
MTXrun | requested action: 
/mtx-server-ctx-fonttest.lua?selection=hoeflertextregular
MTXrun | performing action: 
/mtx-server-ctx-fonttest.lua?selection=hoeflertextregular
MTXrun | requested file 
'/mtx-server-ctx-fonttest.lua?selection=hoeflertextregular'
MTXrun | handling error 404: Not Found

Another thing is the streams-module. Here is an example:

\usemodule[streams]
\definestreamlayer[test][method=overlay]
\setupbackgrounds[page][background=test]

\starttext  \showframe
\startstreamlayer[test]
   \startcolumns
 \input knuth
   \stopcolumns
\stopstreamlayer

\setlayer[test][x=5cm,y=10cm]{\placestreamlayer[test]}
\stoptext

And here the error:
! Undefined control sequence.
l.19 \defineoutputstream[\v!left]


This is not really a bug. Streams in mkii are an experiment and will not 
be developed further (is a module after all). In mkiv there will be a 
different mechanism. There is some experimental code ... copied from the 
source:


\enabletrackers[streams.flushing]

\setuplayout[grid=yes] \showgrid

\starttext

\input tufte

\startoutputstream[nl]

Wat doen we hier?

\enableoutputstream[en]

Are you sleeping, brother John?\footnote{xxx}

\dorecurse{4}{x \footnote{note \recurselevel}\input tufte \par 
\pushoutputstream}


\enableoutputstream[de]

Bruder Jakob, schläfst du noch?\footnote{yyy}

\dorecurse{4}{x \footnote{note \recurselevel}\input ward \par 
\pushoutputstream}


\disableoutputstream

\stopoutputstream

Vader Jacob, slaap je nog?\footnote{zzz}

\input tufte

\synchronizestreams[en,de,nl]

\page \flushoutputstream[en] \input knuth
\page \flushoutputstream[de] \input knuth
\page \flushoutputstream[nl] \input knuth

\stoptext

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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in current beta

2010-08-11 Thread Andreas Harder

Am 11.08.2010 um 11:22 schrieb Hans Hagen:

 On 10-8-2010 5:36, Andreas Harder wrote:
 Hi all,
 
 for me (OS X 10.6.4)
 mtxrun –script server –auto
 do not work. If I click on a font name I get:
 MTXrun | request from: 127.0.0.1
 MTXrun | requested action: 
 /mtx-server-ctx-fonttest.lua?selection=hoeflertextregular
 MTXrun | performing action: 
 /mtx-server-ctx-fonttest.lua?selection=hoeflertextregular
 MTXrun | requested file 
 '/mtx-server-ctx-fonttest.lua?selection=hoeflertextregular'
 MTXrun | handling error 404: Not Found
 
 Another thing is the streams-module. Here is an example:
 
 \usemodule[streams]
 \definestreamlayer[test][method=overlay]
 \setupbackgrounds[page][background=test]
 
 \starttext  \showframe
 \startstreamlayer[test]
   \startcolumns
 \input knuth
   \stopcolumns
 \stopstreamlayer
 
 \setlayer[test][x=5cm,y=10cm]{\placestreamlayer[test]}
 \stoptext
 
 And here the error:
 ! Undefined control sequence.
 l.19 \defineoutputstream[\v!left]
 
 This is not really a bug. Streams in mkii are an experiment and will not be 
 developed further (is a module after all). In mkiv there will be a different 
 mechanism. There is some experimental code ... copied from the source:
 
 \enabletrackers[streams.flushing]
 
 \setuplayout[grid=yes] \showgrid
 
 \starttext
 
 \input tufte
 
 \startoutputstream[nl]
 
 Wat doen we hier?
 
 \enableoutputstream[en]
 
 Are you sleeping, brother John?\footnote{xxx}
 
 \dorecurse{4}{x \footnote{note \recurselevel}\input tufte \par 
 \pushoutputstream}
 
 \enableoutputstream[de]
 
 Bruder Jakob, schläfst du noch?\footnote{yyy}
 
 \dorecurse{4}{x \footnote{note \recurselevel}\input ward \par 
 \pushoutputstream}
 
 \disableoutputstream
 
 \stopoutputstream
 
 Vader Jacob, slaap je nog?\footnote{zzz}
 
 \input tufte
 
 \synchronizestreams[en,de,nl]
 
 \page \flushoutputstream[en] \input knuth
 \page \flushoutputstream[de] \input knuth
 \page \flushoutputstream[nl] \input knuth
 
 \stoptext
 
 Hans

Hello Hans,

big thanks for the explanation.

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[NTG-context] Bugs in current beta

2010-08-10 Thread Andreas Harder
Hi all,

for me (OS X 10.6.4) 
mtxrun –script server –auto
do not work. If I click on a font name I get:
MTXrun | request from: 127.0.0.1
MTXrun | requested action: 
/mtx-server-ctx-fonttest.lua?selection=hoeflertextregular
MTXrun | performing action: 
/mtx-server-ctx-fonttest.lua?selection=hoeflertextregular
MTXrun | requested file 
'/mtx-server-ctx-fonttest.lua?selection=hoeflertextregular'
MTXrun | handling error 404: Not Found

Another thing is the streams-module. Here is an example:

\usemodule[streams]
\definestreamlayer[test][method=overlay]
\setupbackgrounds[page][background=test]

\starttext  \showframe
\startstreamlayer[test]
  \startcolumns
\input knuth
  \stopcolumns
\stopstreamlayer

\setlayer[test][x=5cm,y=10cm]{\placestreamlayer[test]}
\stoptext

And here the error:
! Undefined control sequence.
l.19 \defineoutputstream[\v!left]

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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in current beta

2010-08-10 Thread Andreas Harder

Am 10.08.2010 um 17:36 schrieb Andreas Harder:

 Hi all,
 
 for me (OS X 10.6.4) 
 mtxrun –script server –auto
 do not work. If I click on a font name I get:
 MTXrun | request from: 127.0.0.1
 MTXrun | requested action: 
 /mtx-server-ctx-fonttest.lua?selection=hoeflertextregular
 MTXrun | performing action: 
 /mtx-server-ctx-fonttest.lua?selection=hoeflertextregular
 MTXrun | requested file 
 '/mtx-server-ctx-fonttest.lua?selection=hoeflertextregular'
 MTXrun | handling error 404: Not Found
 
 Another thing is the streams-module. Here is an example:
 
 \usemodule[streams]
 \definestreamlayer[test][method=overlay]
 \setupbackgrounds[page][background=test]
 
 \starttext  \showframe
 \startstreamlayer[test]
  \startcolumns
\input knuth
  \stopcolumns
 \stopstreamlayer
 
 \setlayer[test][x=5cm,y=10cm]{\placestreamlayer[test]}
 \stoptext
 
 And here the error:
 ! Undefined control sequence.
 l.19 \defineoutputstream[\v!left]

One more:

\definelist[test]

\starttext
\input tufte 

\writetolist[test]{.1}{test}

\input tufte
\stoptext

There shouldn't be a whitespace between the paragraphs, should there?

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs (and sectionstopper in MkII)

2010-05-28 Thread Hans Hagen

On 28-5-2010 10:36, Rogutės Sparnuotos wrote:


* Why are the spaces of prefix and suffix of \in{}{}[] trimmed with MkII?
   \starttext
   \section[one]{One}
   \in{( sec. }{ sec. )}[one]
   \stoptext


will be fixed in next beta


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[NTG-context] bugs (and sectionstopper in MkII)

2010-05-27 Thread Rogutės Sparnuotos
Dear list,

I thought I would try switching to MkII (+XeTeX), because MkIV looks bad
tempered [1], but...

* How does one do the equivalent of \setupheads[sectionstopper=.] ?

* Why are the spaces of prefix and suffix of \in{}{}[] trimmed with MkII?
  \starttext
  \section[one]{One}
  \in{( sec. }{ sec. )}[one]
  \stoptext


[1] MkIV problems so far:

* \in[] bug after \definereferenceformat[][]:
  http://archive.contextgarden.net/message/20100525.013929.6c0016f2.en.html

* Interaction is not working (works fine with MkII):
  http://archive.contextgarden.net/message/20100525.002043.bb202b94.en.html

* Footnotes get put in the wrong page (didn't manage to create a minimal
  example in the first try).

P.S. Perhaps I should be using the bug tracker for the above, instead of
 this mailing list?

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[NTG-context] Bugs in defineenumeration

2009-09-24 Thread B. Vogel
Hi all,

The example below shows: lemma 1 (lemmatitle   )

Problems:
- the word lemma is repeated before the title : (lemmatitle
- spaces after the title: title )

Example:
%MTXrun | current version: 2009.09.23 10:07
%linux-32, current beta
\defineenumeration[lemma][title=yes]

\starttext

\startlemma{title} 
\stoplemma 

\stoptext

Kind regards,

Bernard 
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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in math engine?

2009-05-21 Thread Hans Hagen

Aditya Mahajan wrote:

On Wed, 20 May 2009, Oliver Buerschaper wrote:


Proposed patch:

diff math-def.mkiv.orig math-def.mkiv
100,105c100,105
 \definemathcommand [integers]  {\mathblackboard{Z}}
 \definemathcommand [reals] {\mathblackboard{R}}
 \definemathcommand [rationals] {\mathblackboard{Q}}
 \definemathcommand [naturalnumbers]{\mathblackboard{N}}
 \definemathcommand [complexes] {\mathblackboard{C}}
 \definemathcommand [primes]{\mathblackboard{P}}
---

\definemathcommand [integers]  {{\mathblackboard Z}}
\definemathcommand [reals] {{\mathblackboard R}}
\definemathcommand [rationals] {{\mathblackboard Q}}
\definemathcommand [naturalnumbers]{{\mathblackboard N}}
\definemathcommand [complexes] {{\mathblackboard C}}
\definemathcommand [primes]{{\mathblackboard P}}


Hans, Aditya, does this make sense?


Yes, I should unlearn amsmath syntax at some stage.


\unexpanded\def\mathscript{\setmathalphabet{script}}
\unexpanded\def\mathfraktur   {\setmathalphabet{fraktur}}
\unexpanded\def\mathblackboard{\setmathalphabet{blackboard}}

we can make these into

\unexpanded\def\mathscript#1{{\setmathalphabet{script}#1}}
\unexpanded\def\mathfraktur   #1{{\setmathalphabet{fraktur}#1}}
\unexpanded\def\mathblackboard#1{{\setmathalphabet{blackboard}#1}}

\unexpanded\def\mathsr{\setmathalphabet{script}}
\unexpanded\def\mathfr{\setmathalphabet{fraktur}}
\unexpanded\def\mathbb{\setmathalphabet{blackboard}}

does that make sense?


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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in math engine?

2009-05-21 Thread Aditya Mahajan

On Thu, 21 May 2009, Hans Hagen wrote:


Aditya Mahajan wrote:

On Wed, 20 May 2009, Oliver Buerschaper wrote:


Proposed patch:

diff math-def.mkiv.orig math-def.mkiv
100,105c100,105
 \definemathcommand [integers]  {\mathblackboard{Z}}
 \definemathcommand [reals] {\mathblackboard{R}}
 \definemathcommand [rationals] {\mathblackboard{Q}}
 \definemathcommand [naturalnumbers]{\mathblackboard{N}}
 \definemathcommand [complexes] {\mathblackboard{C}}
 \definemathcommand [primes]{\mathblackboard{P}}
---

\definemathcommand [integers]  {{\mathblackboard Z}}
\definemathcommand [reals] {{\mathblackboard R}}
\definemathcommand [rationals] {{\mathblackboard Q}}
\definemathcommand [naturalnumbers]{{\mathblackboard N}}
\definemathcommand [complexes] {{\mathblackboard C}}
\definemathcommand [primes]{{\mathblackboard P}}


Hans, Aditya, does this make sense?


Yes, I should unlearn amsmath syntax at some stage.


\unexpanded\def\mathscript{\setmathalphabet{script}}
\unexpanded\def\mathfraktur   {\setmathalphabet{fraktur}}
\unexpanded\def\mathblackboard{\setmathalphabet{blackboard}}

we can make these into

\unexpanded\def\mathscript#1{{\setmathalphabet{script}#1}}
\unexpanded\def\mathfraktur   #1{{\setmathalphabet{fraktur}#1}}
\unexpanded\def\mathblackboard#1{{\setmathalphabet{blackboard}#1}}

\unexpanded\def\mathsr{\setmathalphabet{script}}
\unexpanded\def\mathfr{\setmathalphabet{fraktur}}
\unexpanded\def\mathbb{\setmathalphabet{blackboard}}

does that make sense?


Actually, better will be if we go for full ams compatibility:

Leave \mathscript, \mathfraktur, and \mathblackboard as they are, and 
define


\unexpanded\def\mathcal #1{{\setmathalphabet{script}#1}}
\unexpanded\def\mathfrak#1{{\setmathalphabet{fraktur}#1}}
\unexpanded\def\mathbb  #1{{\setmathalphabet{blackboard}#1}}

%TODO: Once bold is settled
%unexpanded\def\mathbf #1{{\setmathalphabet{bold}#1}}

% TODO: I need to actually see what exactly these commands to
%unexpanded\def\mathrm #1{{}
%unexpanded\def\mathit #1{{}

% TODO: Probably better will be \mathss since we use ss for sans serif
%unexpanded\def\mathsf #1{{}

% TODO: \mathscr is euler script. We can add this, but need to figure out
% how to deal with two script families in a configurable way
% For LM one can go with either euler script or RSFS (or both?)
%unexpanded\def\mathscr #1{{...}

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in math engine?

2009-05-20 Thread Oliver Buerschaper
1. The symbols for number sets in Cambria Math aren't taken from  
the double-struck variant.


Hans, please apply the following patch to math-def.mkiv

diff --git a/math-def.mkiv b/math-def.mkiv
index 31db66e..30beb5c 100644
--- a/math-def.mkiv
+++ b/math-def.mkiv
@@ -97,12 +97,12 @@
\definemathcommand [tanh][nolop] {\mfunction{tanh}}
\definemathcommand [tan] [nolop] {\mfunction{tan}}

-\definemathcommand [integers]{\mfunction{Z}}
-\definemathcommand [reals]   {\mfunction{R}}
-\definemathcommand [rationals]   {\mfunction{Q}}
-\definemathcommand [naturalnumbers]  {\mfunction{N}}
-\definemathcommand [complexes]   {\mfunction{C}}
-\definemathcommand [primes]  {\mfunction{P}}
+\definemathcommand [integers]{\mathblackboard{Z}}
+\definemathcommand [reals]   {\mathblackboard{R}}
+\definemathcommand [rationals]   {\mathblackboard{Q}}
+\definemathcommand [naturalnumbers]  {\mathblackboard{N}}
+\definemathcommand [complexes]   {\mathblackboard{C}}
+\definemathcommand [primes]  {\mathblackboard{P}}

% using attributes


Many thanks! Although this doesn't quite solve the bug yet, now I know  
where to look ...


Test case:

---
\starttext

\math{\primes P},
\math{\naturalnumbers N},
\math{\integers Z},
\math{\rationals Q},
\math{\reals R},
\math{\complexes C}

\stoptext
---

Proposed patch:

diff math-def.mkiv.orig math-def.mkiv
100,105c100,105
 \definemathcommand [integers]  {\mathblackboard{Z}}
 \definemathcommand [reals] {\mathblackboard{R}}
 \definemathcommand [rationals] {\mathblackboard{Q}}
 \definemathcommand [naturalnumbers]{\mathblackboard{N}}
 \definemathcommand [complexes] {\mathblackboard{C}}
 \definemathcommand [primes]{\mathblackboard{P}}
---
 \definemathcommand [integers]  {{\mathblackboard Z}}
 \definemathcommand [reals] {{\mathblackboard R}}
 \definemathcommand [rationals] {{\mathblackboard Q}}
 \definemathcommand [naturalnumbers]{{\mathblackboard N}}
 \definemathcommand [complexes] {{\mathblackboard C}}
 \definemathcommand [primes]{{\mathblackboard P}}

Hans, Aditya, does this make sense?

Oliver
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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in math engine?

2009-05-20 Thread Aditya Mahajan

On Wed, 20 May 2009, Oliver Buerschaper wrote:


Proposed patch:

diff math-def.mkiv.orig math-def.mkiv
100,105c100,105
 \definemathcommand [integers]  {\mathblackboard{Z}}
 \definemathcommand [reals] {\mathblackboard{R}}
 \definemathcommand [rationals] {\mathblackboard{Q}}
 \definemathcommand [naturalnumbers]{\mathblackboard{N}}
 \definemathcommand [complexes] {\mathblackboard{C}}
 \definemathcommand [primes]{\mathblackboard{P}}
---

\definemathcommand [integers]  {{\mathblackboard Z}}
\definemathcommand [reals] {{\mathblackboard R}}
\definemathcommand [rationals] {{\mathblackboard Q}}
\definemathcommand [naturalnumbers]{{\mathblackboard N}}
\definemathcommand [complexes] {{\mathblackboard C}}
\definemathcommand [primes]{{\mathblackboard P}}


Hans, Aditya, does this make sense?


Yes, I should unlearn amsmath syntax at some stage.

Aditya
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[NTG-context] bugs in math engine?

2009-05-15 Thread Oliver Buerschaper

Dear list,

the following are probably bugs in the new math engine as of  
yesterday's beta (2009.05.14 16:44):



1. The symbols for number sets in Cambria Math aren't taken from the  
double-struck variant.


---
\usetypescript[cambria]
\setupbodyfont[cambria]


\starttext

\math{\naturalnumbers}, \math{\integers}, \math{\rationals},  
\math{\reals}, \math{\complexes}, \math{\primes}


\stoptext
---


2. Vector arrows look somewhat strange in Cambria Math ... is this  
perhaps due to the font itself?


---
\usetypescript[cambria]
\setupbodyfont[cambria]


\starttext

The arrows should neither extend over the right bracket nor into the  
primes:


\startformula{}
[\alpha(\vec{k})\alpha(\vec{k}'),\alpha^\dagger(\vec{k}'')]
\stopformula

\stoptext
---


3. The command \implies is undefined (see previous posting).

---
\starttext

\startformula
A\implies B
\stopformula

\stoptext
---


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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in math engine?

2009-05-15 Thread Aditya Mahajan

On Fri, 15 May 2009, Oliver Buerschaper wrote:


Dear list,

the following are probably bugs in the new math engine as of yesterday's beta 
(2009.05.14 16:44):



1. The symbols for number sets in Cambria Math aren't taken from the 
double-struck variant.


Hans, please apply the following patch to math-def.mkiv

diff --git a/math-def.mkiv b/math-def.mkiv
index 31db66e..30beb5c 100644
--- a/math-def.mkiv
+++ b/math-def.mkiv
@@ -97,12 +97,12 @@
 \definemathcommand [tanh][nolop] {\mfunction{tanh}}
 \definemathcommand [tan] [nolop] {\mfunction{tan}}

-\definemathcommand [integers]{\mfunction{Z}}
-\definemathcommand [reals]   {\mfunction{R}}
-\definemathcommand [rationals]   {\mfunction{Q}}
-\definemathcommand [naturalnumbers]  {\mfunction{N}}
-\definemathcommand [complexes]   {\mfunction{C}}
-\definemathcommand [primes]  {\mfunction{P}}
+\definemathcommand [integers]{\mathblackboard{Z}}
+\definemathcommand [reals]   {\mathblackboard{R}}
+\definemathcommand [rationals]   {\mathblackboard{Q}}
+\definemathcommand [naturalnumbers]  {\mathblackboard{N}}
+\definemathcommand [complexes]   {\mathblackboard{C}}
+\definemathcommand [primes]  {\mathblackboard{P}}

 % using attributes

2. Vector arrows look somewhat strange in Cambria Math ... is this perhaps 
due to the font itself?


---
\usetypescript[cambria]
\setupbodyfont[cambria]


\starttext

The arrows should neither extend over the right bracket nor into the primes:

\startformula{}
  [\alpha(\vec{k})\alpha(\vec{k}'),\alpha^\dagger(\vec{k}'')]
\stopformula

\stoptext
---


I don't know whether the font or luatex/context is at fault.


3. The command \implies is undefined (see previous posting).


Hans, can we add this somewhere?

%D This is a temporary hack until we figure out how to do this correctly.

\unexpanded\def\implies{\mathrel{\;\Longrightarrow\;}}
\unexpanded\def\impliedby  {\mathrel{\;\Longleftarrow\;}}
\unexpanded\def\And{\mathrel{\;\internalAnd\;}}
\unexpanded\def\iff{\;\Longleftrightarrow\;}

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in math engine?

2009-05-15 Thread Hans Hagen

Aditya Mahajan wrote:


Hans, please apply the following patch to math-def.mkiv


ok

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in math engine?

2009-05-15 Thread Patrick Gundlach
Hi,

 We (Patrick, Mojca, and I) have discussed hosting a git repo on the
 garden. I do not think it was implemented. I am Ccing Patrick and
 Mojca, and maybe they can shed more light on the status of git server
 on the garden.

It is not implemented (yet). If someone can give me a strategy (pseudo
code welcome) which alpha/beta/stable to put into the repository this
should be quite easy to do.

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in math engine?

2009-05-15 Thread Aditya Mahajan

On Fri, 15 May 2009, Patrick Gundlach wrote:


Hi,


We (Patrick, Mojca, and I) have discussed hosting a git repo on the
garden. I do not think it was implemented. I am Ccing Patrick and
Mojca, and maybe they can shed more light on the status of git server
on the garden.


It is not implemented (yet). If someone can give me a strategy (pseudo
code welcome) which alpha/beta/stable to put into the repository this
should be quite easy to do.


How about two branches: one for all officical stable releases, and one for 
all beta releases (from Hans's ftp server, synced periodically). I believe 
that alpha releases are rare enough to be ignored[1]. Unless disk space is 
a problem, I do not see a reason for not storing all betas. Official betas 
can be tagged with the release date and time.


Aditya

[1]: Actually, at least for this year, there have been more alpha releases 
than stable releases :-)

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in math engine?

2009-05-15 Thread Patrick Gundlach
Hi Aditya (and others),

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

 How about two branches: one for all officical stable releases, and one
 for all beta releases (from Hans's ftp server, synced periodically). I
 believe that alpha releases are rare enough to be ignored[1]. Unless
 disk space is a problem, I do not see a reason for not storing all
 betas. Official betas can be tagged with the release date and time.

OK, thats what I had in mind. Perhaps Mojca can tell me where all the
files are on the server, if not I will find out by myself.

I promise I will give it a try next week sunday, until then I don't have
internet access (vacation :) and my battery from my notebook is almost
empty because I've forgot my power supply at home :-)


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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta (footnotes)

2009-05-14 Thread Hans Hagen

Wolfgang Schuster wrote:


Am 12.05.2009 um 19:07 schrieb Henning Hraban Ramm:


Only footnotes in section titles don't work - should they?

[...]

I couldn't construct a minimal failing example - any hints?



No solution but here is a test file:

\setupinteraction[state=start]
\starttext
\section{foo\footnote{bar}}
\stoptext


repaired


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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta (footnotes)

2009-05-13 Thread Wolfgang Schuster


Am 12.05.2009 um 19:07 schrieb Henning Hraban Ramm:


Only footnotes in section titles don't work - should they?

[...]

I couldn't construct a minimal failing example - any hints?



No solution but here is a test file:

\setupinteraction[state=start]
\starttext
\section{foo\footnote{bar}}
\stoptext

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta (footnotes)

2009-05-12 Thread Henning Hraban Ramm

Am 2009-05-10 um 18:44 schrieb Henning Hraban Ramm:

But it doesn't work, it's always bytext, i.e. numbering runs  
through from start to end.

And the marks still don't show up in the text!

(Latest minimals beta, 2009-05-10 18.30 MESZ)


I find this is fixed now (Beta 2009.05.12 17:37). Great, thanks!

Only footnotes in section titles don't work - should they?


\chapter{My chapter\footnote{Note: might be also a section or  
subsection}}


Shows the note mark, but eats the footnote text.


I can work around that like so:

\footnotetext[chap]{blah}
\subsection{My chapter\note[chap]}


It works in a minimal example, but in my actual project I get this  
error:


! Argument of \dostructurecomponent has an extra }.
inserted text
\par
to be read again
   }
\dostructurecomponent ...ctureparameter \c!title }
  }}\endgroup \fi \fi  
\fi \g...

\doregisterstructurehead ... \c!command =, #2][#3]
   
\reportcurrentstructure

\dohandlestructurehead ...ructurehead {#1}{#2}{#3}
  \let  
\getstructureheadsync...

l.76 \subsection{The European Dream\note[dream]}


I couldn't construct a minimal failing example - any hints?


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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-08 Thread Hans Hagen

Yanrui Li wrote:

On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 5:17 AM, Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl wrote:

Alan BRASLAU wrote:

I still get a major sectioning bug using the new beta mkiv
1. minimals from the garden
2. beta from http://pragma-ade.nl/context/beta/cont-tmf.zip

Am I alone in seeing this?

i'm still strugling with defaults (it's not so much a matter of not working
but more of how to set up the defaults with reasonable inheritance) so it
will take a while before things stabelize

i uploaded a beta with a (temp) fix



I failed to update the latest beta and got the following error message:


ok, will be fixed in 10 min

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-08 Thread Yanrui Li
On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 3:22 PM, Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl wrote:
 Yanrui Li wrote:

 On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 5:17 AM, Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl wrote:

 Alan BRASLAU wrote:

 I still get a major sectioning bug using the new beta mkiv
 1. minimals from the garden
 2. beta from http://pragma-ade.nl/context/beta/cont-tmf.zip

 Am I alone in seeing this?

 i'm still strugling with defaults (it's not so much a matter of not
 working
 but more of how to set up the defaults with reasonable inheritance) so it
 will take a while before things stabelize

 i uploaded a beta with a (temp) fix


 I failed to update the latest beta and got the following error message:

 ok, will be fixed in 10 min


Recently I have found some environment variables in setuptex script
are commented out sometimes, such as TEXMFLOCAL, TEXMFCONTEXT and so
on. Is this be done deliberately?

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-08 Thread Alan BRASLAU
On Thursday 07 May 2009 23:17:38 Hans Hagen wrote:
 Alan BRASLAU wrote:
  I still get a major sectioning bug using the new beta mkiv
  1. minimals from the garden
  2. beta from http://pragma-ade.nl/context/beta/cont-tmf.zip
 
  Am I alone in seeing this?

 i'm still strugling with defaults (it's not so much a matter of not
 working but more of how to set up the defaults with reasonable
 inheritance) so it will take a while before things stabelize

 i uploaded a beta with a (temp) fix

OK, it sort-of works. I get:

1 first section
1.1 first subsection of first section
1.1.1 subsubsection
1.2 second subsection of first section
2 second section
2.1 first subsection of second section
2.2 second subsection of second section

But now I am being difficult:

\setupsection[section-3][bodypartconversion=Character]
\setupsection[section-4][previousnumber=no,bodypartconversion=number]
\setupsection[section-5][previousnumber=no,bodypartconversion=character]
\starttext
\section{first section}
\subsection{first subsection of first section}
\subsubsection{subsubsection}
\subsection{second subsection of first section}
\section{second section}
\subsection{first subsection of second section}
\subsection{second subsection of second section}
\stoptext

which yields (in mkii):

A first section
1 first subsection of first section
a subsubsection
2 second subsection of first section
B second section
1 first subsection of second section
2 second subsection of second section

but not in mkiv...

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-08 Thread Hans Hagen

Alan BRASLAU wrote:

On Thursday 07 May 2009 23:17:38 Hans Hagen wrote:

Alan BRASLAU wrote:

I still get a major sectioning bug using the new beta mkiv
1. minimals from the garden
2. beta from http://pragma-ade.nl/context/beta/cont-tmf.zip

Am I alone in seeing this?

i'm still strugling with defaults (it's not so much a matter of not
working but more of how to set up the defaults with reasonable
inheritance) so it will take a while before things stabelize

i uploaded a beta with a (temp) fix


OK, it sort-of works. I get:

1 first section
1.1 first subsection of first section
1.1.1 subsubsection
1.2 second subsection of first section
2 second section
2.1 first subsection of second section
2.2 second subsection of second section

But now I am being difficult:

\setupsection[section-3][bodypartconversion=Character]
\setupsection[section-4][previousnumber=no,bodypartconversion=number]
\setupsection[section-5][previousnumber=no,bodypartconversion=character]


see top of strc-def.tex ... you need to define sets

no documentation yet

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-07 Thread Henning Hraban Ramm

Am 2009-05-06 um 21:58 schrieb Thomas A. Schmitz:


Hi Hans,
so you're back from Bachotek and ready to attack the bugs? The beta  
you uploaded today is still badly broken. Most of this has been  
reported before; I just collect it here for your convenience :-)


Sorry Thomas, but you forgot one:

5. Footnotes
- footnote marks are missing in the text
- footnote numbering is strange (e.g. jumps from 3 to 24 and from 29  
to 210 in my project - that was 2.4, 2.9 and 2.10 before, I guess, but  
these aren't even the right part or chapter numbers; in my minimal  
example the numbers are chapternumber footnotenumber)


Can I motivate you (Hans etc.) to fix this anyhow? Swiss Chocolate?  
Money? Prayers?



My minimal example shows some more problems, but these are probably  
because \recurselevel isn't expanded at the right time...



\setuphead[chapter][page=no]

\setupheadertexts[text][chapter][pagenumber]
\setupheader[text][state=start]

\setupregister[index]%
	[n=2, balance=no, align=yes, alternative=A, indicator=yes,  
pagestyle=normal, location=right, style=type]


\starttext

\dorecurse{20}{%
\chapter{My chapter \recurselevel}
\index{Index entry \recurselevel}
\input zapf\footnote{Zapf \recurselevel}
\input tufte\footnote{Tufte \recurselevel}
}

\completeindex

\completecontent[criterium=all]

\stoptext



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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-07 Thread Thomas A. Schmitz


On May 7, 2009, at 10:31 AM, Henning Hraban Ramm wrote:


Am 2009-05-06 um 21:58 schrieb Thomas A. Schmitz:


Hi Hans,
so you're back from Bachotek and ready to attack the bugs? The beta  
you uploaded today is still badly broken. Most of this has been  
reported before; I just collect it here for your convenience :-)


Sorry Thomas, but you forgot one:


We'd be incredibly lucky if there's only one that I missed :-)

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-07 Thread Henning Hraban Ramm

Am 2009-05-07 um 10:41 schrieb Thomas A. Schmitz:


Sorry Thomas, but you forgot one:

We'd be incredibly lucky if there's only one that I missed :-)


Well, ATM I've some problems with headers and ToC, but I guess that's  
only in my setup; couldn't reproduce it in my minimal example.



BTW (1) font problems:

I'm using TeX Gyre and some Type1 fonts with MkIV nearly without  
problems; didn't need to copy any files like you.


Only \sc with TeX Gyre serif fonts (Pagella, Schola, Termes, Bonum)  
gives really ugly spacing - maybe a problem of the fonts' internal  
kerning. Sans serif fonts (Heros, Adventor) look ok in small caps.


Strangely this wrong spacing sometimes bleeds into the whole non- 
smallcaps text, but I couldn't reproduce that in a minimal example.


Additionally, cursor doesn't work, only courier.


\starttypescript[gyr-mix]
	\definetypeface	[gyr-mix]	[rm]	[serif]	[schola] % pagella, bonum,  
termes

\definetypeface [gyr-mix]   [ss][sans]  [heros] % adventor
\definetypeface [gyr-mix]   [tt][mono]  [cursor] % courier!
\stoptypescript

\usetypescript  [gyr-mix]
\setupbodyfont  [gyr-mix,rm,18pt]

\starttext

{\ss\sc Kerning Problem With Small Caps}

{\sc Kerning Problem With Small Caps}

{\tt\sc Kerning Problem With Small Caps}

\input tufte

\stoptext



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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-07 Thread Hans Hagen

Henning Hraban Ramm wrote:


BTW (1) font problems:

I'm using TeX Gyre and some Type1 fonts with MkIV nearly without 
problems; didn't need to copy any files like you.


looks like an engine problem; we'll look into it


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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-07 Thread Wolfgang Schuster


Am 07.05.2009 um 10:31 schrieb Henning Hraban Ramm:

My minimal example shows some more problems, but these are probably  
because \recurselevel isn't expanded at the right time...


\dorecurse{1000}{Use \type{\expanded{...}}\par}

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-07 Thread Hans Hagen

Henning Hraban Ramm wrote:

Am 2009-05-07 um 10:41 schrieb Thomas A. Schmitz:


Sorry Thomas, but you forgot one:

We'd be incredibly lucky if there's only one that I missed :-)


Well, ATM I've some problems with headers and ToC, but I guess that's 
only in my setup; couldn't reproduce it in my minimal example.



BTW (1) font problems:


can you test the mkiv beta? the problem has to do with merging fonts in 
basemode and such so we have some safeguards for it now


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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-07 Thread Henning Hraban Ramm

Am 2009-05-07 um 13:38 schrieb Wolfgang Schuster:

My minimal example shows some more problems, but these are probably  
because \recurselevel isn't expanded at the right time...

\dorecurse{1000}{Use \type{\expanded{...}}\par}


Hä? Was soll das?
I don't want to \type some command, but just to expand \recurselevel  
before processing.

Of course I tried \expanded before, but I only get an error:

! Argument of \rawprocesscommalist has an extra }.
inserted text
\par
to be read again
   }
\@@ddfootnotetitle ...{\expanded {\recurselevel }}
  \par
\doif #1#2-\edef \!!stringa {#1
}\edef \!!stringb {#2}\ifx \!!stringa  
\!!str...

\dododescriptioncomponent ...er \c!title }\v!none
  {\global  
\nodescriptioncap...

\@@notemakedescription ... ={#3},\c!bookmark =,][]
  \edef  
\currentnotenumber {...

...
l.17 }




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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-07 Thread Henning Hraban Ramm

Am 2009-05-07 um 14:44 schrieb Hans Hagen:


Henning Hraban Ramm wrote:

Am 2009-05-07 um 10:41 schrieb Thomas A. Schmitz:

Sorry Thomas, but you forgot one:

We'd be incredibly lucky if there's only one that I missed :-)
Well, ATM I've some problems with headers and ToC, but I guess  
that's only in my setup; couldn't reproduce it in my minimal example.

BTW (1) font problems:


can you test the mkiv beta? the problem has to do with merging fonts  
in basemode and such so we have some safeguards for it now


Just ran first-setup again; the problem with small caps stays; I  
didn't experience other font problems.



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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-07 Thread Hans Hagen

Henning Hraban Ramm wrote:

Am 2009-05-07 um 14:44 schrieb Hans Hagen:


Henning Hraban Ramm wrote:

Am 2009-05-07 um 10:41 schrieb Thomas A. Schmitz:

Sorry Thomas, but you forgot one:

We'd be incredibly lucky if there's only one that I missed :-)
Well, ATM I've some problems with headers and ToC, but I guess that's 
only in my setup; couldn't reproduce it in my minimal example.

BTW (1) font problems:


can you test the mkiv beta? the problem has to do with merging fonts 
in basemode and such so we have some safeguards for it now


Just ran first-setup again; the problem with small caps stays; I 
didn't experience other font problems.


when i mention beta, i mean the one on the website ... the minimals lag 
upto an hour behind



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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-07 Thread Wolfgang Schuster


Am 07.05.2009 um 15:08 schrieb Henning Hraban Ramm:


Am 2009-05-07 um 13:38 schrieb Wolfgang Schuster:

My minimal example shows some more problems, but these are  
probably because \recurselevel isn't expanded at the right time...

\dorecurse{1000}{Use \type{\expanded{...}}\par}


Use \expanded{...}
Use \expanded{...}
...


Hä? Was soll das?
I don't want to \type some command, but just to expand \recurselevel  
before processing.


Brett + Kopf = ?

\dorecurse{20}{%
\expanded{\chapter{My chapter \recurselevel}}
\expanded{\index{Index entry \recurselevel}}
\input zapf\expanded{\footnote{Zapf \recurselevel}}
\input tufte\expanded{\footnote{Tufte \recurselevel}}
}

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-07 Thread Wolfgang Schuster


Am 07.05.2009 um 15:51 schrieb Alan BRASLAU:


On Thursday 07 May 2009 15:27:35 Hans Hagen wrote:
when i mention beta, i mean the one on the website ... the minimals  
lag

upto an hour behind


Please, I am confused: which one on which website?

http://www.pragma-ade.nl/download-1.htm
contains files from october 2008


http://pragma-ade.nl/download-2.htm ;-)

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-07 Thread Alan BRASLAU
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 Am 07.05.2009 um 15:51 schrieb Alan BRASLAU:
  On Thursday 07 May 2009 15:27:35 Hans Hagen wrote:
  when i mention beta, i mean the one on the website ... the minimals
  lag
  upto an hour behind
 
  Please, I am confused: which one on which website?
 
  http://www.pragma-ade.nl/download-1.htm
  contains files from october 2008

 http://pragma-ade.nl/download-2.htm ;-)

 Wolfgang

Yes, I figured out
http://pragma-ade.nl/context/beta/cont-tmf.zip

However, I have been unable to test ANY recent version as the installations on 
my test machine are hopelessly broken. In producing real work using context, I 
have reverted to an ancient (several week-old) installation on a backup 
(stable) machine.

Maybe I should just wait another hour until the minimals on the garden get 
updated before asking any more questions ;-)

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-07 Thread Henning Hraban Ramm

Am 2009-05-07 um 15:28 schrieb Wolfgang Schuster:

My minimal example shows some more problems, but these are  
probably because \recurselevel isn't expanded at the right time...

\dorecurse{1000}{Use \type{\expanded{...}}\par}


Use \expanded{...}
Use \expanded{...}
...


Hä? Was soll das?
I don't want to \type some command, but just to expand  
\recurselevel before processing.


Brett + Kopf = ?

\dorecurse{20}{%
\expanded{\chapter{My chapter \recurselevel}}
\expanded{\index{Index entry \recurselevel}}
\input zapf\expanded{\footnote{Zapf \recurselevel}}
\input tufte\expanded{\footnote{Tufte \recurselevel}}
}



Ja, Blockhaus vorm Kopf, sorry.

Unfortunately it is critical, where to put \expanded, and I tend to  
take always the wrong place...
Therefore the minimal example is fixed; header and toc handlings seems  
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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-07 Thread Wolfgang Schuster


Am 07.05.2009 um 16:32 schrieb Henning Hraban Ramm:

Unfortunately it is critical, where to put \expanded, and I tend to  
take always the wrong place...
Therefore the minimal example is fixed; header and toc handlings  
seems right, as I presumed.


http://randomdeterminism.wordpress.com/2009/03/05/tex-programming-the-past-the-present-and-the-future/

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-07 Thread Hans Hagen

Henning Hraban Ramm wrote:

Am 2009-05-06 um 21:58 schrieb Thomas A. Schmitz:


Hi Hans,
so you're back from Bachotek and ready to attack the bugs? The beta 
you uploaded today is still badly broken. Most of this has been 
reported before; I just collect it here for your convenience :-)


Sorry Thomas, but you forgot one:

5. Footnotes
- footnote marks are missing in the text
- footnote numbering is strange (e.g. jumps from 3 to 24 and from 29 to 
210 in my project - that was 2.4, 2.9 and 2.10 before, I guess, but 
these aren't even the right part or chapter numbers; in my minimal 
example the numbers are chapternumber footnotenumber)


Can I motivate you (Hans etc.) to fix this anyhow? Swiss Chocolate? 
Money? Prayers?


let me think about that ...

anyhow, a new beta with some footnote fixes ... keep in mind that we're 
moving towards more control and some settings have changed:


\setupnote[footnote][numberconversion=set 1]

there are a lot of new keys (see top of strc-ini.tex) depending on what 
number is used; the settings travel with the number


also, footnotes are now enumerations and can have subnotes which is 
handy for users like Idris and Thomas who normally have more notes than 
text in their documents so any additional structure helps


one: \footnote{Note One}
sub one: \subfootnote{Sub Note One}
sub two: \subfootnote{Sub Note Two}
sub sub one: \subsubfootnote{Sub Sub Note One}

but it needs documentation

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-07 Thread Hans Hagen

Alan BRASLAU wrote:

I still get a major sectioning bug using the new beta mkiv
1. minimals from the garden
2. beta from http://pragma-ade.nl/context/beta/cont-tmf.zip

Am I alone in seeing this?


i'm still strugling with defaults (it's not so much a matter of not 
working but more of how to set up the defaults with reasonable 
inheritance) so it will take a while before things stabelize


i uploaded a beta with a (temp) fix


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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-07 Thread Yanrui Li
On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 7:06 AM, Yanrui Li liyanrui...@gmail.com wrote:
 On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 5:17 AM, Hans Hagen pra...@wxs.nl wrote:
 Alan BRASLAU wrote:

 I still get a major sectioning bug using the new beta mkiv
 1. minimals from the garden
 2. beta from http://pragma-ade.nl/context/beta/cont-tmf.zip

 Am I alone in seeing this?

 i'm still strugling with defaults (it's not so much a matter of not working
 but more of how to set up the defaults with reasonable inheritance) so it
 will take a while before things stabelize

 i uploaded a beta with a (temp) fix


 I failed to update the latest beta and got the following error message:

 ... ...
 ) (/opt/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/core-fil.tex
 loading         : ConTeXt Core Macros / File Support
 )
 ! I can't find file `core-con.tex'.
 to be read again
                   \relax
 l.103 \loadcorefile{core-con.tex}

 (Press Enter to retry, or Control-D to exit)
 Please type another input file name:
 ... ...


Inputing core-con.mkii can resolve the problem.

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[NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-06 Thread Thomas A. Schmitz

Hi Hans,

so you're back from Bachotek and ready to attack the bugs? The beta  
you uploaded today is still badly broken. Most of this has been  
reported before; I just collect it here for your convenience :-)


1. The most urgent bug: The beta still fails to generate the files  
luatex-cache/context/XXX/names.tma
and names.tmc. Which means only Latin Modern works, all other fonts  
fail. I get this both on OS X and linux; I have to use an older  
version to produce these files and copy them over. Once that is done,  
fonts work normally.


2. The new structure code doesn't expand xmlflushes in sections.  
Here's an example:

\startbuffer[xmltest]
section
titleFirst section/title
contentHello world/content
/section
\stopbuffer

\startxmlsetups xml:mysetups
\xmlsetsetup{\xmldocument}{section|content|title}{xml:*}
\stopxmlsetups

\xmlregistersetup{xml:mysetups}

\startxmlsetups xml:section
\xmlflush{#1}
\stopxmlsetups

\startxmlsetups xml:content
\xmlflush{#1} \par
\stopxmlsetups

\startxmlsetups xml:title
\section{\xmlflush{#1}}
\stopxmlsetups

\starttext
\xmlprocessbuffer{main}{xmltest}{}
\stoptext

3. Section numbers in markings are duplicated. Example:

\setuphead
[section]
[page=yes,
style=normal]

\setupuserpagenumber[state=start,way=bysection]

\setupfootertexts[{\getmarking[sectionnumber]} – \userpagenumber]

\starttext

\section{One}

\input tufte

\page

\input linden

\section{Two}

\input bryson

\page

\input davis

\stoptext

4. The latest beta still does not work with the bib module (and yes, I  
am using the latest version t-bib-2009.04.27.zip). Here is a minimal  
file:


\usemodule[bib]

\startpublication[k=kasselpoeticedition,t=book,
a={{Aristoteles}},y=1965,
n=1046,s=Ari65]
\author[]{}[]{}{Aristoteles}
\pubyear{1965}
\title{De arte poetica liber}
\city{Oxford}
\pubname{Oxford UP}
\stoppublication

\starttext

Hello world!

\nocite[kasselpoeticedition]

\placepublications[criterium=cite]

\stoptext

On my big bibliography files, I get errors such as this:

LuaTeX warning (ext4): destination with the same identifier  
(name{6:fsstraub}) has been already used, duplicate ignored

to be read again
   \egroup
\thisisdestination ... \dostartthisislocation {#1}
   
\dostopthisislocation \fi ...

l.2 \thisisdestination{6:fsstraub}

\dosetreference ...ls ,\nextinternalreference ) }
  \fi \fi
argument ...ibrefprefix fsstraub]{\bibcounter }}
  \strut  
\dotypesetapublicat...

\listtextcommand #1-\begstrut #1
 \endstrut
...
l.184 ...lications[criterium=cite,option=continue]

but I have no idea if these problems are related.

I have to deliver a paper tomorrow and am glad I kept an older  
version...


All best

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-06 Thread Wolfgang Schuster


Am 06.05.2009 um 21:58 schrieb Thomas A. Schmitz:

2. The new structure code doesn't expand xmlflushes in sections.  
Here's an example:


\setuphead[section][expansion=yes]

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-06 Thread Thomas A. Schmitz


On May 6, 2009, at 10:12 PM, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:

2. The new structure code doesn't expand xmlflushes in sections.  
Here's an example:


\setuphead[section][expansion=yes]

Wolfgang


Thank you, that works! This is new, right?

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs in beta

2009-05-06 Thread Wolfgang Schuster


Am 06.05.2009 um 22:25 schrieb Thomas A. Schmitz:


On May 6, 2009, at 10:12 PM, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:

2. The new structure code doesn't expand xmlflushes in sections.  
Here's an example:


\setuphead[section][expansion=yes]


Thank you, that works! This is new, right?


Yes it is.

Another way is to use \expanded (without 'expansion=yes'), e.g.

\startxmlsetups xml:title
   \expanded{\section{\xmlflush{#1}}}
\stopxmlsetups

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[NTG-context] Bugs in latest beta: line numbering in verbatim

2009-04-16 Thread Otared Kavian

Hi Hans,

This bug was reported by Wolfgang Schuster a few months ago, but it  
persists: line numbering in verbatim is broken in mkiv (it works as  
expected in mkii).

Minimal example:

\setuptyping[numbering=line]
\setupcolors[state=start]
\starttext
\startframedtext[frame=off,background=color,backgroundcolor=darkyellow]
\starttyping
one
two
three
\stoptyping
\stopframedtext
\stoptext

Thanks for your attention: OK
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[NTG-context] Bugs in latest beta: \Bbb broken

2009-04-16 Thread Otared Kavian

Hi Hans,

It seems that in the latest beta (mkiv) the command \Bbb is broken  
(but it works fine in mkii).

Minimal example:

\starttext
The set ${\Bbb C}$ is the set of complex numbers.
\stoptext

Thanks for your attention: OK
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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in latest beta: \Bbb broken

2009-04-16 Thread Otared Kavian


On 16 avr. 09, at 11:18, Hans Hagen wrote:


[…]
i'll add

\let\Bbb\mathblackboard




Thanks Hans.
Indeed \mathblackboard works fine in mkiv.

Best regards: OK
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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs in latest beta: \Bbb broken

2009-04-16 Thread Hans Hagen

Otared Kavian wrote:

Hi Hans,

It seems that in the latest beta (mkiv) the command \Bbb is broken (but 
it works fine in mkii).

Minimal example:

\starttext
The set ${\Bbb C}$ is the set of complex numbers.
\stoptext


i'll add

\let\Bbb\mathblackboard




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[NTG-context] bugs in arranging in mkiv interface=xp

2009-02-25 Thread Johan Sandblom
With the following snippet

\setuppapersize[A6][A4] \setuparranging[2*4, doublesided]
\starttext
\dorecurse{8}{
  \input tufte
  \page}
\stoptext

and todays beta using the xp interface with

context --interface=xp

I got the surprising attached result with the arrange pages thrown
onto the sheet with a seemingly random rotation. Also, in a more
complex example with a toc, no toc is made, as if using texexec and
forgetting the --arrange switch. However, adding the --arrange switch
here has an entirely different consequence: only one of the arranged
pages is placed on each sheet, so in effect there is no longer any
arranging. I assume these are not intended behaviours, but would be
happy to be informed I made an error in usage.

Regards, Johan

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arr-test.pdf
Description: Adobe PDF document
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[NTG-context] bugs found while trying to support utf-8 Korean Hangul under ConTeXt

2006-10-21 Thread Dohyun Kim
Hi,

http://210.94.201.157/~nomos/KTUG/context-korean-test.tar.gz (3.4Mb)

Recently I have tried to support typesetting UTF-8 Korean document
under ConTeXt.

In the course of that trying, I found some possible bugs of recent
ConTeXt beta.
You can see most of the bugs (or missing features) I found in the file
named `testme.tex',
which is contained in the tarball linked above.

For those who do not want to download that large tarball,
I here replicate those bugs or missing features:

%%%
% should be added to unic-cjk.tex
% Hangul Syllables
\dostepwiserecurse{172}{215}{1}{\expanded{\defineunicodecommand {\recurselevel}}
  {\lookaheaduchar}}
% CJK Compatibility Ideographs
\dostepwiserecurse{249}{250}{1}{\expanded{\defineunicodecommand {\recurselevel}}
  {\lookaheaduchar}}


%%%
% modify \enableunicodefont in font-uni.tex
\def\enableunicodefont#1%
  {\definefontsynonym[\s!Unicode][\getvalue{\??uc#1\c!file}]%
   \def\unicodescale {\getvalue{\??uc#1\c!scale}}%
   \def\unicodeheight{\getvalue{\??uc#1\c!height}}%
   \def\unicodedepth {\getvalue{\??uc#1\c!depth}}%
   \def\unicodedigits{\getvalue{\??uc#1\c!conversion}}%
   \def\handleunicodeglyph   {\getvalue{\??uc#1\c!command}}%
   \doifnot\currentregime{utf}{\enableregime[unicode]}%
   % the following \relax's are realy needed
   \doifvalue{\??uc#1\c!interlinespace}\v!yes
  \setupinterlinespace\relax
   \doifvalue{\??uc#1\c!strut}\v!yes
  {\setunicodestrut\unicodeheight\unicodedepth}% - `%' inserted by nomos
  {\resetunicodestrut}%
   \getvalue{\??uc#1\c!commands}\relax}


%%%
% modify \sanitizePDFuniencoding in spec-tst.tex
\long\def\sanitizePDFuniencoding#1\to#2%
  {\enablePDFunicrlf
   \simplifycommands % - this line inserted by nomos
   \let\unicodechar\relax % prevent further expansion
   \retainlccodes\lccode32=255 % slooow
   \lowercasestring\PDFunicodetrigger#1\to#2%
   \edef#2{\expandafter\doPDFuni#2\empty\empty}} % slooow


%%%
% modify mps file insertion code in spec-dpx.tex
\definefileinsertion{dpx}{mps}   % tpd - dpx modified by nomos
  {\hbox
 {\convertMPtoPDF\@@DriverImageFile{1}{1}%
  \global\let\PDFimagereference\empty}}


Certainly, the last is not problem confined to Hangul typesetting.
As you know, however, CJK peoples do use heavily dvipdfmx to obtain PDF.

Anyway, I hope these four files be modified in the near future.

In addition, when I compiled LaTeX2ConTeXt.tex by Berend de Boer
( http://www.berenddeboer.net/tex/LaTeX2ConTeXt.tex ),
I found there being inserted unintended large vertical whitespace
in page 27 of resulting PDF.
Though it seems to be a bug related to \setupbackground,
I could not find the cause of problem as the code related to that command
is too complicated for me.

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[NTG-context] bugs?

2005-09-26 Thread Idris Samawi Hamid
Dear gang,

A couple of apparent bugs, apparently related:

[ConTeXt  ver: 2005.08.15  fmt: 2005.8.20  int: english  mes: english]

==
% output=pdf interface=en

\starttext

  Test.\footnote{Test}

  Test.\footnote{Test}

\stoptext
==

The footnote numeral `1' is indented further than the footnote numeral `2'.

Similarly:

==
% output=pdf interface=en

  \useURL
  [Pragma1]
  [http://www.pragma-ade.com/download-1.htm]
  []
  [{\sc Pragma}]

  \useURL
  [Pragma2]
  [http://www.pragma-ade.com/download-1.htm]
  []
  [{\sc Pragma}]

\starttext

  \Context\ can be downloaded from \from[Pragma1].

  \Context\ can be downloaded from \from[Pragma2].

\stoptext
==

The first `Pragma' is indented further than the second.

Please advise.

Best
Idris


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Department of Philosophy
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523

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Re: [NTG-context] bugs?

2005-09-26 Thread Adam Lindsay
Idris Samawi Hamid said this at Mon, 26 Sep 2005 12:22:45 -0600:

The footnote numeral `1' is indented further than the footnote numeral `2'.

I'm not sure I see this: the width of `1' is less than `2', but the
default LM font has monospaced numbers, so the visual space to the left
of the `1' may appear to be greater...

not the cleanest visualisation, but you can see the left sides are the
same here:
\setupfootnotes[command=\framed]

...that or there's something different in your configuration?
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RE: Re[2]: [NTG-context] Bugs

2004-11-21 Thread Dirar BOUGATEF
Thanks all.
Would be nice to know how to switch the left and right keywords to do the 
opposite of what it does now.

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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs

2004-11-21 Thread h h extern
Dirar BOUGATEF wrote:
Thanks all.
Would be nice to know how to switch the left and right keywords to do 
the opposite of what it does now.
there is a switcj but it would spoil the use of modules,
you can use flushleft and flushright as alternatives
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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs

2004-11-21 Thread Dirar BOUGATEF
Looks great to me. Thanks Hans.
Dirar.
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RE: Re[2]: [NTG-context] Bugs

2004-11-20 Thread Dirar BOUGATEF
I was pretty sure it wasn't a bug, at least not the big ones you see when 
you have holidays in Africa ;)

Anyway, it would be great to be able to switch that to proper behaviour.
Could anyone answer my second question which is :
Is there any place to report bugs ..
and are there release notes for new context versions ?
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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs

2004-11-20 Thread Patrick Gundlach
Hello Dirar,

 Could anyone answer my second question which is :

 Is there any place to report bugs ..

Tobias (it was Tobias, wasn't it?) once setup a bugzilla site for
ConTeXt. But I guess it was never really used. And no ther are no
places besides the mailinglist to report bugs.

 and are there release notes for new context versions ?

Taco does an excellent job on this: goto
http://contextgarden.net/Release_Notes and see what is there. (And
many many thanks to Taco for this!)

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RE: Re[2]: [NTG-context] Bugs

2004-11-20 Thread Peter Mnster
On Sat, 20 Nov 2004, Dirar BOUGATEF wrote:

 Is there any place to report bugs ..

Perhaps http://contextgarden.net/Bugs_and_workarounds

 and are there release notes for new context versions ?

Also on the wiki:
http://contextgarden.net/Release_Notes

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[NTG-context] Bugs

2004-11-19 Thread Dirar BOUGATEF
Hi,
Is there a special place to report bugs ?
I have noticed that align=right aligns text on the left edge of a frame 
where it should align left as it says (and left aligns right).

Is this normal ?
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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs

2004-11-19 Thread David Antos
On Fri, Nov 19, 2004 at 02:19:56PM +, Dirar BOUGATEF wrote:
 I have noticed that align=right aligns text on the left edge of a frame 
 where it should align left as it says (and left aligns right).
 
 Is this normal ?

Sure. Think of it as ragged-right and ragged-left. This is one of the
first questions in all ConTeXt FAQs, it has deep historical reasons, and
it constantly confuses beginners :-)

D.A.

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Re: [NTG-context] Bugs

2004-11-19 Thread Christopher Creutzig
David Antos wrote:
Sure. Think of it as ragged-right and ragged-left. This is one of the
first questions in all ConTeXt FAQs, it has deep historical reasons, and
 If nothing important has crept past me, being the first question in 
all ConTeXt FAQs is something trivially true, given the number of 
ConTeXt FAQs in existence. :-))

Christopher
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