Re: [NTG-context] What's (in) a module?

2005-02-16 Thread Hans Hagen
Thomas A.Schmitz wrote: So what about that CTAN directory? Would be a good idea, right? sure, but coordinate that with patrick so that it is referenced right from the wiki Hans - Hans Hagen |

[NTG-context] What's (in) a module?

2005-02-15 Thread Thomas A . Schmitz
Two maybe related questions: 1. What constitutes a module? I wrote a couple of definitions and put them in a file t-foo.tex. When I write \input t-foo in the preamble of my document, everything works fine (so the file is found by TeX). When I say \usemodule[t-foo] or \usemodule[foo], I get

Re: [NTG-context] What's (in) a module?

2005-02-15 Thread Hans Hagen
Thomas A.Schmitz wrote: 1. What constitutes a module? I wrote a couple of definitions and put them in a file t-foo.tex. When I write \input t-foo in the preamble of my document, everything works fine (so the file is found by TeX). When I say \usemodule[t-foo] or \usemodule[foo], I get system

Re: [NTG-context] What's (in) a module?

2005-02-15 Thread Thomas A . Schmitz
On Feb 15, 2005, at 5:32 PM, Hans Hagen wrote: Thomas A.Schmitz wrote: 1. What constitutes a module? I wrote a couple of definitions and put them in a file t-foo.tex. When I write \input t-foo in the preamble of my document, everything works fine (so the file is found by TeX). When I say

Re: [NTG-context] What's (in) a module?

2005-02-15 Thread Hans Hagen
Thomas A.Schmitz wrote: It's a file in my $HOMETEXMF which doesn't have lsR files. I ran mktexlsr nevertheless, but to no avail. I really fail to understand... weird; can you run with: \tracefilestrue I guess Adam was in touch with you. unicode vectors and modules for adding support for utf