[NTG-context] using \localenvironment

Mari Voipio ntg-context@ntg.nl
Thu, 12 Feb 2004 09:32:20 +0200 (EET)

On Wed, 11 Feb 2004, Hans Hagen wrote:
> texexec --mode=aspecialversion ...
> or put \enablemode[aspecialversion] on top of the special product

I had partial success: the command line option works and the compiled
product is exactly what I want, but putting the command on top of the
product file doesn't work at all - and I'd rather have it as a permanent
setting in the product file, I will always want the product to compile
with the special settings.

Besides, I'd rather not deal with command line options because half the
time I'll forget them and then I'll have to teach them to other users as
well, not a good idea. Windows dummies and command lines don't mix
nowadays... (What's THAT, they say, when you do something on the command
line because that's faster.)

Any ideas, what went wrong? The \startmode etc. is now in the
environment file.

Thank you for the help,