[NTG-context] ConTeXt on Excursion: translations in the Garden

Wolfgang Schuster schuster.wolfgang at googlemail.com
Thu May 10 08:38:56 CEST 2007


2007/5/10, Arthur Reutenauer <arthur.reutenauer at normalesup.org>:
> > 2, When I run "make en" or manually compile ma-cb-en, I got an error that
> > \secretsetup is undefined. I think my ConTeXt is new enough:
> > ConTeXt  ver: 2007.04.17 12:51 MKII  fmt: 2007.4.20  int: english/english
>
>   It has nothing to do with your system's ConTeXt; it's defined in
> t-setup.tex in the contextman directory, but it can't be found because
> the compilation takes place in some subdirectory (like en/). You can work
> around it but setting TEXINPUTS to the appropriate location (with a
> trailing colon! Don't forget the colon.), although I'm not sure how it
> works under Windows.

Hi Arthur,

this shouldn't be a problem. ConTeXt is looking for project files in the parent
directory and this is where ma-cb lies in our case.

I don't like the current file structure made by Vit, generic should better be
renamed to images. I prefer myself to have the project files in the
same directory
as the project files (we can work with \usepath to input the components) and
we can also move all environments and modules to a new subdirectory.

Wolfgang

>   It should probably be set in the Makefile anyway.
>
> > 3, I've never used svn before, so I'm afraid if I upload my source to the
> > svn server, would it harm other files? I only made change to makefile and
> > create a folder called cn (for Chinese).
>
>   I think it shouldn't, but I leave the details of the commit for others
> to explain. Please do it first so that I can make the necessary changes
> for French ;-)
>
>   In any case, please please please consider using the letters "zh"
> which is the code for the Chinese language, and not for the country,
> China. It's bad enough that ConTeXt tags British English with the
> international code for Ukrainian ... ;-)


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