Re: [NTG-context] writing date with ordinal numbers (\enordinaldaynumber) in mkiv

2011-10-02 Thread Hans Hagen

On 1-10-2011 15:14, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:


There is also a bug for the labels in the form “month:mnem” in lang-lab.lua

function languages.labels.define()
 local variables = interfaces.variables
 local data = languages.data.labels
 local function define(command,list,prefixed)
 if list then
 context.pushcatcodes(prtcatcodes) -- context.unprotect
 for tag, data in next, list do
 if data.hidden then
 -- skip
 else
 for language, text in next, data.labels do
 if text ==  then
 -- skip
 elseif prefixed and rawget(variables,tag) then


Ok, I now check both parts so best check the upcomming beta for it.

Hans

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Re: [NTG-context] writing date with ordinal numbers (\enordinaldaynumber) in mkiv

2011-10-01 Thread Hans Hagen

On 29-9-2011 13:49, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:


 local tag, plus = match(entry,^([^%+:]+)(.*)$)


^([^%+:]+)[%+:]*(.*)$


Even when you patch this you don’t get any output because context tries (in the 
example below) to use the label “August:mnem” but only the label “august:mnem” 
is defined.

\starttext

\date[d=1,m=8][day:ord,space,month,space,month:mnem]

\starttabulate[|Tl|l|]
\NC August  \EQ \labeltext{August}  \NC\NR
\NC August:mnem \EQ \labeltext{August:mnem} \NC\NR
\NC august:mnem \EQ \labeltext{august:mnem} \NC\NR
\stoptabulate

\stoptext


which makes me wonder ... in the past these v! were used instead of 
labels but it might make more sense now to lowercase the v!


okay?

  [august]={
   [cs]=srpen,
   [de]=August, -- august
   [en]=August, -- august
   [fr]=août,
   [it]=agosto,
   [nl]=augustus,
   [pe]=آگوست,
   [ro]=august,
  },

of course the labeltexts stay the same

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Re: [NTG-context] writing date with ordinal numbers (\enordinaldaynumber) in mkiv

2011-10-01 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 01.10.2011 um 14:57 schrieb Hans Hagen:

 On 29-9-2011 13:49, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
 
 Even when you patch this you don’t get any output because context tries (in 
 the example below) to use the label “August:mnem” but only the label 
 “august:mnem” is defined.
 
 \starttext
 
 \date[d=1,m=8][day:ord,space,month,space,month:mnem]
 
 \starttabulate[|Tl|l|]
 \NC August  \EQ \labeltext{August}  \NC\NR
 \NC August:mnem \EQ \labeltext{August:mnem} \NC\NR
 \NC august:mnem \EQ \labeltext{august:mnem} \NC\NR
 \stoptabulate
 
 \stoptext
 
 which makes me wonder ... in the past these v! were used instead of labels 
 but it might make more sense now to lowercase the v!

This explains why you use variables as keys in \setuplabeltext etc.

 okay?

+1

 of course the labeltexts stay the same

There is also a bug for the labels in the form “month:mnem” in lang-lab.lua

function languages.labels.define()
local variables = interfaces.variables
local data = languages.data.labels
local function define(command,list,prefixed)
if list then
context.pushcatcodes(prtcatcodes) -- context.unprotect
for tag, data in next, list do
if data.hidden then
-- skip
else
for language, text in next, data.labels do
if text ==  then
-- skip
elseif prefixed and rawget(variables,tag) then
...

“rawget” checks if a variable “month:mnem” is defined but since this isn’t 
the case
the label is defined as “\setuplabeltext[lang][month:mnem=value]” and not
as “\setuplabeltext[lang][\v!month:mnem=value]” with the month as 
variable.

Wolfgang
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Re: [NTG-context] writing date with ordinal numbers (\enordinaldaynumber) in mkiv

2011-09-29 Thread Mojca Miklavec
On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 01:06, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:

 Am 28.09.2011 um 23:58 schrieb Mojca Miklavec:

 Hello,

 MKII contains a macro \enordinaldaynumber which I don't find in MKIV.
 My main question: how can I setup the date to display 23\high{rd}
 Sep, 2011?

 \starttext

 \currentdate[day+,space,month,space,year]

Interesting, thank you. I was looking at exactly the right page, but
overlooked the +. And how do you print Sep, sep and SEP? Wiki
reference for \date lists
\date[d=25,m=4,y=2008][day,~,{\monthshort\normalmonth},~,year] \par
\date[d=25,m=4,y=2008][day,~,{\MONTHSHORT\normalmonth},~,year]
but that doesn't work for me.

Mojca
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Re: [NTG-context] writing date with ordinal numbers (\enordinaldaynumber) in mkiv

2011-09-29 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 29.09.2011 um 13:22 schrieb Mojca Miklavec:

 On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 01:06, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
 
 Am 28.09.2011 um 23:58 schrieb Mojca Miklavec:
 
 Hello,
 
 MKII contains a macro \enordinaldaynumber which I don't find in MKIV.
 My main question: how can I setup the date to display 23\high{rd}
 Sep, 2011?
 
 \starttext
 
 \currentdate[day+,space,month,space,year]
 
 Interesting, thank you. I was looking at exactly the right page, but
 overlooked the +. And how do you print Sep, sep and SEP? Wiki
 reference for \date lists
\date[d=25,m=4,y=2008][day,~,{\monthshort\normalmonth},~,year] \par
\date[d=25,m=4,y=2008][day,~,{\MONTHSHORT\normalmonth},~,year]
 but that doesn't work for me.


You can use “month:mnem” and “m:mnem” for the abbreviations of the months but 
there is a bug in core-con.lua

function commands.currentdate(str,currentlanguage) -- j and jj obsolete
local list = utilities.parsers.settings_to_array(str)
local year, month, day = tex.year, tex.month, tex.day
local auto = true
for i=1,#list do
local entry = list[i]
local tag, plus = match(entry,^([^%+:]+)(.*)$)
local ordinal, mnemonic, whatordinal = false, false, nil
if not tag then
tag = entry
-   elseif plus == + or plus == ord then
-   ordinal = true
-   elseif plus == mnem then
+   elseif plus == + or plus == :ord then
+   ordinal = true
+   elseif plus == :mnem then
mnemonic = true
end
...
end

Even when you patch this you don’t get any output because context tries (in the 
example below) to use the label “August:mnem” but only the label “august:mnem” 
is defined.

\starttext

\date[d=1,m=8][day:ord,space,month,space,month:mnem]

\starttabulate[|Tl|l|]
\NC August  \EQ \labeltext{August}  \NC\NR
\NC August:mnem \EQ \labeltext{August:mnem} \NC\NR
\NC august:mnem \EQ \labeltext{august:mnem} \NC\NR
\stoptabulate

\stoptext

Wolfgang
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[NTG-context] writing date with ordinal numbers (\enordinaldaynumber) in mkiv

2011-09-28 Thread Mojca Miklavec
Hello,

MKII contains a macro \enordinaldaynumber which I don't find in MKIV.
My main question: how can I setup the date to display 23\high{rd}
Sep, 2011?

Thank you,
Mojca
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Re: [NTG-context] writing date with ordinal numbers (\enordinaldaynumber) in mkiv

2011-09-28 Thread Wolfgang Schuster

Am 28.09.2011 um 23:58 schrieb Mojca Miklavec:

 Hello,
 
 MKII contains a macro \enordinaldaynumber which I don't find in MKIV.
 My main question: how can I setup the date to display 23\high{rd}
 Sep, 2011?

\starttext

\currentdate[day+,space,month,space,year]

\startlines
\language[en]\ordinaldaynumber{1}
\language[nl]\ordinaldaynumber{1}
\language[fr]\ordinaldaynumber{1}
\stoplines

\stoptext

Wolfgang
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