[NTG-context] pb inserting multipage documents

Aditya Mahajan adityam at umich.edu
Mon Dec 25 19:03:36 CET 2006

On Sat, 23 Dec 2006, olivier Turlier wrote:

> Le Thu, 21 Dec 2006 11:23:03 -0500, Aditya Mahajan a écrit :
>> On Thu, 21 Dec 2006, olivier Turlier wrote:
>>> PS : I try to "frenchise" your well documented & nice homework
>>> assignment seen at http://dw.tug.org/pracjourn/2006-4/mahajan/
>> If you just want the "Problem" and "Solution" to come out in french,
>> you can just change
>> \setuplabeltext[problem=Problem,solution=Solution ]
>> \setuplabeltext[point=point,points=points]
>> If you want to change the interface \assignment, \startproblem and
>> \startsolution to french, let me know the french words for them, and I
>> will try to re-implement the environment in a multi-lingual way, and
>> maybe release it as a module.
>> Aditya
> Thanks for the hint. I'll put on the same website
> (http://profteb.free.fr/) results of changements of your source, plus
> prior attempts in homework assignment/ examination test, when it'll be
> done.

Send me an email when you are done with it.

> By the way, have you tried to make "online" tests (sendable by a click)
> with random order of questions (avoid "copying" pbs thru neighboors). It's
> involving javascript (answering in editable fields + feedback + collecting
> answers when sending, etc. ) and I never succeed in !

The randomizing part is easy (since Hans has already implemented 
that). See 

I have never tried the "online" part, since I never needed it. There 
is AcroTeX by D. P. Story. See http://www.acrotex.net/ in particular
the examples at http://www.acrotex.net/aeb_index.php?page=examples

This shows that this type of things is doable in JavaScript. I have 
not looked at AcroTeX license, maybe it allows you to copy the 
javascript code, and you can then try to implement it in ConTeXt.


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