Re: [NTG-context] cals tables - UNSOLVED

2011-03-19 Thread R. Ermers
Dear All, After having succeeded with Aditya's kind help to typeset a table file in a separate pdf, I have been trying to typeset the cals tables in my docbook xml file in two ways: A. directly in the document. The table is in //section/cals:table. The cals module is loaded at the beginning

Re: [NTG-context] cals tables - UNSOLVED

2011-03-18 Thread R. Ermers
Dear Aditya, thanks greatly for your advice! It works! I now can influence how my tables look like. Do you think it is possible to typeset an xml file that contains cals:table, or do I need to typeset the tables separately and then import the separate pdf files? Thanks again, Robert Op

Re: [NTG-context] cals tables - UNSOLVED

2011-03-17 Thread R. Ermers
Dear All, I am still trying to typeset cals tables. I have 1. an environment document with instructions. 2. an xml docbook file containing cals tables Note that the original cals tables (docbook standard) use table, tgroup, etc. but for ConTeXt purposes this - as far as I understand - needs

Re: [NTG-context] cals tables - UNSOLVED

2011-03-17 Thread Aditya Mahajan
On Thu, 17 Mar 2011, R. Ermers wrote: Dear All, I am still trying to typeset cals tables. I have 1. an environment document with instructions. 2. an xml docbook file containing cals tables Note that the original cals tables (docbook standard) use table, tgroup, etc. but for ConTeXt purposes

Re: [NTG-context] cals tables

2011-03-12 Thread R. Ermers
Dear all, First the good news: I have succeeded in typesetting a table! I first changed all tag names from table, entry, row to cals:table, cals:entry, cals:row, etc. Then the table is read in. However, the table setup cannot be manipulated by means of the directives, because - according to

Re: [NTG-context] cals tables

2011-03-11 Thread R. Ermers
Dear contexers,I get the impression that cals tables need to be processed separately from the main docbook file.Instead of table and tbody, etc. the tags are changed into cals:table, cals:tbody, etc.I first tried to process the file x-cals-test.tex pointed to by Hans.This file loads two other

Re: [NTG-context] cals tables

2011-03-09 Thread Hans Hagen
On 8-3-2011 9:00, R. Ermers wrote: Dear ConTeXers, I still have not been able to find out how to proceed with my docbook xml document, which contains a number of cals tables. The cals module is loaded by means of \usemodule[cals]. How to proceed from here? Any clue is appreciated!

Re: [NTG-context] cals tables

2011-03-08 Thread R. Ermers
Dear ConTeXers, I still have not been able to find out how to proceed with my docbook xml document, which contains a number of cals tables. The cals module is loaded by means of \usemodule[cals]. How to proceed from here? Any clue is appreciated! Regards, Robert On 7-3-2011 12:26, R.

[NTG-context] cals tables

2011-03-07 Thread R. Ermers
Dear All, I am struggling with the processing of cals tables in mkiv. I used the module x-cals, in different styles ([x][cals], etc.) but there is no effect, the table is not typeset. \usemodule x-cals.mkiv \xmlloaddirectives x-cals-test.cdx By way of experiment I also used the directives,

Re: [NTG-context] cals tables

2011-03-07 Thread Hans Hagen
On 7-3-2011 12:26, R. Ermers wrote: Dear All, I am struggling with the processing of cals tables in mkiv. I used the module x-cals, in different styles ([x][cals], etc.) but there is no effect, the table is not typeset. \usemodule x-cals.mkiv funny syntax \usemodule[cals]

Re: [NTG-context] cals tables

2011-03-07 Thread R. Ermers
Thanks, Hans. But yes, I tried that too (and again) before I tried x-cals ([x][cals], x-cals, x-cals.mkiv, etc.). But \usemodule[cals] does not work - the table is not typeset that is. luatex: beta-065.0-2010121316. Robert Op 7 mrt 2011, om 12:41 heeft Hans Hagen het volgende geschreven: On

Re: [NTG-context] cals tables

2011-03-07 Thread R. Ermers
Dear all, I see in the log file that the cals module is loaded. system : module cals loaded (/prog2/context/tex/texmf-local/tex/context/base/x-cals.mkiv loading : ConTeXt XML Macros / Cals Tables + /prog2/context/tex/texmf-local/tex/context/base/x-cals.lua) But the table is