Re: [NTG-context] [dev-context] New context release

2008-04-17 Thread Will Robertson
On 17/04/2008, at 2:48 PM, Norbert Preining wrote: And we should at the same time update the necessary packages (is euenc and fontspec enough?) xltxtra has seen a couple of bug fixes too. That one -is- in the current repository. W smime.p7s Description: S/MIME cryptographic signature

Re: [NTG-context] [dev-context] New context release

2008-04-17 Thread Will Robertson
On 17/04/2008, at 3:08 PM, Norbert Preining wrote: Honestly, I fear to open a pandora's box here. Bleah, I can see your concern. Sorry, I didn't know how you went about actually creating this package. It sounds like it would be easiest to stick with the official releases of TeXLive, despite

[NTG-context] Angle braces?

2006-06-08 Thread Steven Robertson
Hi, Annoyingly simple question -- apologies -- but I'm having no luck from the web. The ConTeXt wiki isn't turning up anything, and the pragma site seems to be broken, so I can't access the ConTeXt manual. So: What are the commands in ConTeXt to get angled braces, i.e. `' and ''? I've got is

Re: [NTG-context] Angle braces?

2006-06-09 Thread Steven Robertson
[en] [rightquote=\rightguillemot,leftquote= \leftguillemot] \starttext foo \leftguillemot bar\rightguillemot{} foo \leftsubguillemot bar\rightsubguillemot{} foo $\langle \text{bar}\rangle$ foo. foo \quote{bar} foo \stoptext On Jun 7, 2006, at 3:35 AM, Steven Robertson wrote

Re: [NTG-context] Angle braces?

2006-06-10 Thread Steven Robertson
Hi Mojca, It is more than two months old; the tetex i'm using is version 2.0.2 or somesuch. So an upgrade is definitely due. On the dvi v pdf question, I'm a bit confused, because I didn't mention my actual output format. I have actually been outputting things as dvi for reading on my computer,

Re: [NTG-context] Angle braces?

2006-06-11 Thread Steven Robertson
Mojca Miklavec wrote: On 6/10/06, Steven Robertson wrote: Hi Mojca, It is more than two months old; the tetex i'm using is version 2.0.2 or somesuch. So an upgrade is definitely due. Well, if you want to say that texexec --version (now ctxtools --contextversion) returns something around