[NTG-context] Bug in ctxtools --documentation

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Mon Jul 31 09:46:45 CEST 2006

Aditya Mahajan wrote:
> Hi Hans,
> ctxtools.rb says that %D is the documetation marker. However, while 
> matching it uses
>    when /^[%\#]D/io then
> Doesn't /i stand for ignorecase, which means that %d is also matched? 
> Is this a bug or a feature?
an undocumented feature (which will remain undocumented because i 
dislike a mix of Dd's)
> Try generating documentation of core-fnt.tex for an interesting 
> manifestation of this. You have
> %def\uppercased#1{{\forceunexpanded\xdef\@@globalcrap{\uppercase{#1}}}\@@globalcrap}
> %def\lowercased#1{{\forceunexpanded\xdef\@@globalcrap{\lowercase{#1}}}\@@globalcrap}
> %d gets matched, %de gets deleted and the following is written in 
> core-fnt.ted
> \startdocumentation
> f\uppercased#1{{\forceunexpanded\xdef\@@globalcrap{\uppercase{#1}}}\@@globalcrap}
> f\lowercased#1{{\forceunexpanded\xdef\@@globalcrap{\lowercase{#1}}}\@@globalcrap}
> \stopdocumentation

actually it's lazyness

                            when /^[%\#]D($| )/io then
                            when /^[%\#]M($| )/io then

so there need to be a space after the %D *or a newline)


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