Re: [NTG-context] Furigana [SOLVED]

2010-10-21 Thread S Barmeier
Well, I resolved the ruby issue. After playing around with a minimal
example, I noticed that \usemodule[tikz] was causing all the trouble
when trying to load the environment. Not knowing what was wrong I've now
updated to texlive '10 and everything works as expected, including tikz.

Thank you for your patience.
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Re: [NTG-context] Furigana

2010-10-20 Thread Hans Hagen

On 20-10-2010 6:25, S Barmeier wrote:

Sorry to keep going on about this, but trying to load the
project/environment with either of

\project myproject
\environment myenvironment

in the component (directly after \startcomponent) gives me an error. It
compiles fine without these commands, but then the \ruby command does
not work. What am I doing wrong?


is \startcomponent followed by a name?

\startcomponent myname


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Re: [NTG-context] Furigana

2010-10-20 Thread S Barmeier
On 10/20/2010 09:30 AM, Hans Hagen wrote:
 On 20-10-2010 6:25, S Barmeier wrote:
 Sorry to keep going on about this, but trying to load the
 project/environment with either of

 \project myproject
 \environment myenvironment

 in the component (directly after \startcomponent) gives me an error. It
 compiles fine without these commands, but then the \ruby command does
 not work. What am I doing wrong?

 is \startcomponent followed by a name?

 \startcomponent myname


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   Hans Hagen | PRAGMA ADE
Yes, it is followed by a name, 02japlang is what I called my component
and 02japlang.tex is the file containing it. Seems like quite a natural
name (it's the second chapter)...
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Re: [NTG-context] Furigana

2010-10-20 Thread Yury G. Kudryashov
S Barmeier wrote:

 Sorry to keep going on about this, but trying to load the
 project/environment with either of
 
 \project myproject
 \environment myenvironment
 
 in the component (directly after \startcomponent) gives me an error. It
 compiles fine without these commands, but then the \ruby command does
 not work. What am I doing wrong?
Could you please provide a small example?

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Re: [NTG-context] Furigana

2010-10-19 Thread S Barmeier
Sorry to keep going on about this, but trying to load the
project/environment with either of

\project myproject
\environment myenvironment

in the component (directly after \startcomponent) gives me an error. It
compiles fine without these commands, but then the \ruby command does
not work. What am I doing wrong?

Thank you.
Severin
 Thank you, it's almost working. I am making use of projects, products,
 environments and components.
 My \usemodule[ruby] sits in my environment file, but I'm using the \ruby
 command down in the component file. The environment is only called in
 the project file, but the component links back to the product (with
 \product - I guess that's how you do it?) and the product back to the
 project. The error occurs, no matter at which level
 (project/product/component) I am compiling. Do I really need to call the
 module in each component? I thought the component should trace back to
 the higher levels to find which modules to load...
 
 Load the project or the environment file in your component.

 Wolfgang
   
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Re: [NTG-context] Furigana

2010-10-16 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 15.10.2010 um 16:07 schrieb S Barmeier:

 Thank you, it's almost working. I am making use of projects, products,
 environments and components.
 My \usemodule[ruby] sits in my environment file, but I'm using the \ruby
 command down in the component file. The environment is only called in
 the project file, but the component links back to the product (with
 \product - I guess that's how you do it?) and the product back to the
 project. The error occurs, no matter at which level
 (project/product/component) I am compiling. Do I really need to call the
 module in each component? I thought the component should trace back to
 the higher levels to find which modules to load...

Load the project or the environment file in your component.

Wolfgang


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Re: [NTG-context] Furigana

2010-10-15 Thread S Barmeier
Thank you, it's almost working. I am making use of projects, products,
environments and components.
My \usemodule[ruby] sits in my environment file, but I'm using the \ruby
command down in the component file. The environment is only called in
the project file, but the component links back to the product (with
\product - I guess that's how you do it?) and the product back to the
project. The error occurs, no matter at which level
(project/product/component) I am compiling. Do I really need to call the
module in each component? I thought the component should trace back to
the higher levels to find which modules to load...

Many thanks for your quick answers,
Severin

  I am looking to add furigana (readings) above the Kanji (Chinese 
  characters) in a Japanese text.
 
  In XeTeX I'd be used to something translating to
 
  \usemodule[simplefonts]
  \usemodule[ruby]
  \starttext
  \ruby{??}{}?
  \stoptext
 
  What would be the correct command for mkiv?
  
 
  You wrote it yourself above but you need at least a font with japanese 
  characters.
 
  Wolfgang

   
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[NTG-context] Furigana

2010-10-10 Thread S Barmeier
Dear CJK experts,

I am looking to add furigana (readings) above the Kanji (Chinese characters)
in a Japanese text.

In XeTeX I'd be used to something translating to

\usemodule[simplefonts]
\usemodule[ruby]
\starttext
\ruby{今日}{こんにち}は
\stoptext

What would be the correct command for mkiv?

Many thanks.
Severin
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Re: [NTG-context] Furigana

2010-10-10 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 10.10.2010 um 14:13 schrieb S Barmeier:

 Dear CJK experts,
 
 I am looking to add furigana (readings) above the Kanji (Chinese characters) 
 in a Japanese text.
 
 In XeTeX I'd be used to something translating to
 
 \usemodule[simplefonts]
 \usemodule[ruby]
 \starttext
 \ruby{今日}{こんにち}は
 \stoptext
 
 What would be the correct command for mkiv?

You wrote it yourself above but you need at least a font with japanese 
characters.

Wolfgang

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