[NTG-context] Index sorting for other languages than English (2)

2006-05-30 Thread R. Ermers
Hi all, I have a document in Dutch (\mainlanguage[nl]) in which I quote Turkish items, which I want to collect in a separate index, like this: Enkele voorbeelden zijn: \quote{oudere zus} \turkish{abla}, \quote{jongere broer of zus} \turkish{karde\c{s}}, de \quote{zus van vader}

Re: [NTG-context] Index sorting for other languages than English (2)

2006-05-30 Thread Richard Gabriel
r ConTeXt users [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]Sent: Tue, 30 May 2006 08:43:01 +0200Subject: [NTG-context] Index sorting for other languages than English (2)Hi all, I have a document in Dutch (\mainlanguage[nl]) in which I quote Turkish items, which I want to collect in a separate index, like this: &quo

Re: [NTG-context] Index sorting for other languages than English (2)

2006-05-30 Thread Hans Hagen
R. Ermers wrote: Hi all, I have a document in Dutch (\mainlanguage[nl]) in which I quote Turkish items, which I want to collect in a separate index, like this: Enkele voorbeelden zijn: \quote{oudere zus} \turkish{abla}, \quote{jongere broer of zus} \turkish{karde\c{s}}, de \quote{zus van

Re: [NTG-context] Index sorting for other languages than English (2)

2006-05-30 Thread Hans Hagen
Richard Gabriel wrote: I'd suggest you to use the extended variant of the \index macro. There you can specify an ASCII equivalent of the word, which will be used for sorting: \index[soz kesmek]{s\oz kesmek} \index[seref]{\c seref} actually, supporting multiple indexes with their own sort

Re: [NTG-context] Index sorting for other languages than English

2006-05-30 Thread Richard Gabriel
Hello Hans,I'm sorry but when you were adding my sorting rules for Czech, you've (probably by accident) deleted the definition of \czsortdivisionch which leads to errors when trying to sort a word on "ch".I've also made some minor corrections. Here is the updated version:%

Re: [NTG-context] Index sorting for other languages than English

2006-05-30 Thread Hans Hagen
Richard Gabriel wrote: Hello Hans, I'm sorry but when you were adding my sorting rules for Czech, you've (probably by accident) deleted the definition of \czsortdivisionch which leads to errors when trying to sort a word on ch. I've also made some minor corrections. Here is the updated

Re: [NTG-context] Index sorting for other languages that English

2006-05-26 Thread Hans Hagen
Richard Gabriel wrote: Thanks Hans, it works with my test file, unless I set up: \setupregister[index][expansion=xml] which i need for correct processing of the XML files. If I simply add this command into the testing TeX file (no XML), the Czech sorting stops to work and all accented

Re: [NTG-context] Index sorting for other languages that English

2006-05-26 Thread Richard Gabriel
Here is the test file. If you remove the \setupregister command, or simply set expansion=no, the sorting will work perfectly.With expansion=yes or expansion=xml, the accented letters are sorted under "A".Below are my updated sorting rules

Re: [NTG-context] Index sorting for other languages that English

2006-05-24 Thread Richard Gabriel
Thanks Hans, it works with my test file, unless I set up:\setupregister[index][expansion=xml]which i need for correct processing of the XML files.If I simply add this command into the testing TeX file (no XML), the Czech sorting stops to work and all accented characters are placed under

[NTG-context] Index sorting for other languages that English

2006-05-23 Thread Richard Gabriel
Hello Hans,after an upgrade I noticed thar the index sorting works even worse than before (tested on Czech, Chinese and Japanese, but probably related to non-ASCII characters in common).With TeXExec 5.4.3, all words beginning with national (accented) characters were put into a separate

Re: [NTG-context] Index sorting for other languages that English

2006-05-23 Thread John R. Culleton
On Tuesday 23 May 2006 06:22, Richard Gabriel wrote: Hello Hans, after an upgrade I noticed thar the index sorting works even worse than before (tested on Czech, Chinese and Japanese, but probably related to non-ASCII characters in common). With TeXExec 5.4.3, all words beginning with

Re: [NTG-context] Index sorting for other languages that English

2006-05-23 Thread Hans Hagen
Richard Gabriel wrote: Hello Hans, after an upgrade I noticed thar the index sorting works even worse than before (tested on Czech, Chinese and Japanese, but probably related to non-ASCII characters in common). With TeXExec 5.4.3, all words beginning with national (accented) characters