[dev-context] Mac installation package

Jörg Hecke j.hecke at seh.de
Tue Aug 18 15:10:11 CEST 2009


>> Would it be possible to install (optionally perhaps) third party  
>> modules like t-letter and t-simplefonts also?
> Yeah, that should be doable. The Apple installer definitely supports  
> packages with several (optional) components. ... I'll put it on the  
> roadmap.

Great. Many thanks for that!

> Well, you can. If you want these modules to be available to all  
> local users of your Mac  place the entire directory hierarchy of  
> each module in the tree /usr/local/context/2009-06-11-beta/texmf- 
> local. You'll need admin access though since /usr/local/context is a  
> protected system directory.

I knew I need an installer. :-(
I have downloaded the archive "t-simplefonts-2009.08.01.zip" from <http://modules.contextgarden.net/simplefonts 
 > and placed this zip file in the place "/usr/local/context/ 
2009-06-11-beta/texmf-local" and switched to the terminal:

---Terminal Output---
titus:~ jh$ su admin
Password: ********
bash-3.2$ cd /usr/local/context/2009-06-11-beta/texmf-local
bash-3.2$ ls
t-simplefonts-2009.08.01.zip
bash-3.2$ sudo unzip t-simplefonts-2009.08.01.zip
Password: ********
Archive:  t-simplefonts-2009.08.01.zip
    creating: tex/
    creating: tex/context/
    creating: tex/context/third/
    creating: tex/context/third/simplefonts/
    ...
bash-3.2$ ls
doc                          t-simplefonts-2009.08.01.zip
source                       tex
bash-3.2$ sudo luatools --generate
LuaTools | fileio: variable SELFAUTOLOC set to /usr/local/context/ 
2009-06-11-beta/texmf-osx-intel/bin
LuaTools | fileio: variable SELFAUTODIR set to /usr/local/context/ 
2009-06-11-beta/texmf-osx-intel
LuaTools | fileio: variable SELFAUTOPARENT set to /usr/local/context/ 
2009-06-11-beta
LuaTools | fileio: variable TEXMFCNF set to {$SELFAUTODIR, 
$SELFAUTOPARENT}{,{/share,}/texmf{-local,.local,}/web2c}
LuaTools | fileio: loading configuration file /usr/local/context/ 
2009-06-11-beta/texmf/web2c/texmfcnf.lua
.....

Then I tried a simple test file after using "luatool --generate" on my  
non-admin account:
titus:wech jh$ luatool --generate
titus:wech jh$ context myriad.tex
...
...
/2009-06-11-beta/texmf-context/tex/context/base/type-otf.mkiv)))
system          : myriad.top loaded
(myriad.top)
fonts           : preloading latin modern fonts
bodyfont        : 12pt rm is loaded
language        : language en is active
system          : module simplefonts loaded
(/usr/local/context/2009-06-11-beta/texmf-local/tex/context/third/ 
simplefonts/t-simplefonts.tex
loading         : ConTeXt User Module / Simplefonts
! Undefined control sequence.
l.707 \startprocesscommacommand
                                [\simplefonts!weight]
?
---Terminal Output---


Well, it seems that your instructions did basically work, since the  
module simplefonts is loaded. But nevertheless the simple test file  
aborts and complains about " Undefined control sequence. l.707  
\startprocesscommacommand[\simplefonts!weight]".

Do you have an idea what went wrong on my side?

The content of the file "myriad.tex" is just:

\mainlanguage[de]
\setuplayout[middle]
% \definefontfeature[default][default][
%   mode=node,
%   protrusion=quality,
%   expansion=quality,
%   onum=yes,pnum=yes]
\usemodule[simplefonts] %[size=10pt]
\setmainfont[Myriad Pro]
% \setupbodyfont[ss,10pt]
%
% \setupinterlinespace[line=2.6ex]
%
% \definefont[big][Serif at .25\vsize]
\starttext
Nun denn.
\stoptext

The Myriad font is installed, see Screenshot "Schriftsammlung.pdf".
Definitely a dump error on my side, but could you please give me a  
hint on how to proceed?

It seems that I am really dependent on your installer...

Many thanks again for your help and patience

Best regards

Joerg Hecke
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