[NTG-context] referencing footnotes in another place

Andrea Valle valle at di.unito.it
Fri Nov 16 02:08:40 CET 2007

(Ah well, I'm a recordman for typos...:-))

I was thinking too about the database approach, but a system of  
replacements would be enough for my needs.
It would allow me to organize better the source files.

> OTOH for large projects this could get a bit unwieldy and  
> unmanageable.

Yes, that's true. But I was thinking about e.g. an article with long  

> Better in my view is to use an editor that supports folding, use a
> \start-stopfootnote macro, and fold them out of site when not  
> needed (I
> have this in the Notepad++ setup).

This is a possibility, indeed

> Another idea is a lua script that texexec could use to label and/or  
> move
> all the notes to a separate database for analyses or other processing.

Of course it would be interesting for critical editions.
My main concern was not so advanced. The separation between body text  
and footnotes is
the only thing I miss from wysisyg.



> It all needs thought...
> Best wishes
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Andrea Valle
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I did this interview where I just mentioned that I read Foucault. Who  
doesn't in university, right? I was in this strip club giving this  
guy a lap dance and all he wanted to do was to discuss Foucault with  
me. Well, I can stand naked and do my little dance, or I can discuss  
Foucault, but not at the same time; too much information.
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