# [NTG-context] Bug? Cross referencing and \setuparranging

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Mon Feb 18 11:42:23 CET 2008

Jeff Smith wrote:
> Hi,
>
> There seems to be a bug with the current ConTeXt (2008.01.28).
>
> When using \setuparranging (I've tried more than one setup),
> cross-referencing doesn't work. You get ?? instead of whatever number
> you should get. It happens to me with this simple dummy document:
>
> \setuppapersize[A5][A3]
> \setuparranging[2UP,doublesided]
> \starttext
> \chapter[chap1]{Chapter One}
> \dorecurse{4}{\input knuth \par}
> \chapter[chap2]{Chapter Two}
> \dorecurse{4}{\input knuth \par}
> \chapter[chap3]{Chapter Three}
> In chapter \in[chap1] of this document, there was something to read.
> \stoptext
>
> If you comment out the \setuparranging command, the \in command will
> work. If you don't, the log shows the following:
>
> chapter         : 3 Chapter Three
> references      : unknown reference [][chap1]
>
> This looks like a bug?

no, just a side effect ... if you reshuffle the pages, you will get
different flushing of multipass data

(so, in fact you need to do normal runs, and then a final arrange run
with --once)

normally, you'll do:

texexec yourdoc --arrange

which will do normal runs followed by an extra run that arranges

Hans

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