[NTG-context] A few puzzling problems (bugs?) with enumerations
Mathieu Boespflug
0xbadcode at gmail.com
Fri Oct 15 10:20:58 CEST 2010
Ok so after reading the source code of strc-des.mkiv, I found that
contrary to earlier documentation such as
http://www.ntg.nl/maps/36/09.pdf
it is not the 'number' parameter that should be used to share
numbering but the 'counter' parameter. After fixing that in my code,
theorems now have proper numbers and references to theorems work
properly too. However,
\starttheorem[number=no]
blah
\stoptheorem
and
\starttheorem[-]
blih
\stoptheorem
still don't work as expected inside sections, and I still have problem
1 listed in one of my previous emails, namely
Any ideas?
On a sidenote, I would like to contribute to the wiki or whatever is
the main documentation source of the ConTeXt project something to
document those parameters that are specific de \setupenumerations. The
context reference manual and the wiki both just refer to
\setupdescriptions yet there are a number of parameters that don't
exist for \setupdescriptions, such as number, counter, prefix,
prefixcomponents, etc.
Many thanks,
Mathieu
On Wed, Oct 13, 2010 at 12:57 PM, Mathieu Boespflug <0xbadcode at gmail.com> wrote:
> Also, I notice that the context reference manual from the svn
> repository at supelec has the same problem when built with the latest
> beta (p 241).
>
> -- Mathieu
>
>
> On Wed, Oct 13, 2010 at 12:08 PM, Mathieu Boespflug <0xbadcode at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> using the latest beta, I've had a bunch of problems using enumerations
>> in mkiv. Earlier betas have had the same problems. Consider the
>> following document:
>>
>> \defineenumeration
>> [definition]
>> [ text=Definition,
>> title=yes,
>> list=all,
>> listtext={Definition }]
>>
>> \defineenumeration
>> [theorem]
>> [ text=Theorem,
>> title=yes,
>> style=italic,
>> list=all,
>> number=definition,
>> listtext={Theorem }]
>>
>> \defineenumeration
>> [proof]
>> [ text=Proof,
>> number=no,
>> headstyle=italic,
>> title=no,
>> closesymbol={\mathematics{\square}},
>> style=normal]
>>
>> \starttext
>>
>> blah blah
>>
>> \startdefinition{foo}
>> body1
>> \stopdefinition
>>
>> \startdefinition
>> body2
>> \stopdefinition
>>
>> \startdefinition[-]
>> body3
>> \stopdefinition
>>
>> \starttheorem
>> $P = NP$
>> \stoptheorem
>> \startproof
>> too long to fit here.
>> \stopproof
>>
>> \section{Inside sections}
>>
>> \subsection{Inside subsections}
>>
>> \startdefinition{foo}
>> body1
>> \stopdefinition
>>
>> \startdefinition
>> body2
>> \stopdefinition
>>
>> \startdefinition[-]
>> body3
>> \stopdefinition
>>
>> \starttheorem[thm:pnp]
>> $P = NP$
>> \stoptheorem
>> \startproof
>> too long to fit here.
>> \stopproof
>>
>> Let's talk about \in{theorem}[thm:pnp].
>>
>> \stoptext
>>
>> I see five problems :
>>
>> 1. Even when the enumeration has no title, the parentheses appear.
>> Judging by Aditya's code in his MyWay on theorems, it used to be that
>> when there is no title, the parens don't appear. How do I recover this
>> behaviour?
>>
>> 2. I want the "theorem" enumeration to share its number with the
>> "definition" environment. That doesn't seem to work. Outside of any
>> section, the theorem just doesn't have any number. Inside a section,
>> the theorem very oddly displays the section number.
>>
>> 3. I want the "proof" enumeration to have no number. That doesn't
>> work inside a section. As for the "theorem" enumeration, the section
>> number is printed even though here i requested no number at all!
>>
>> 4. Suppressing the number for a specific enumeration using the [-]
>> switch doesn't work. As before, inside a section, the section number
>> appears instead of no number.
>>
>> 5. Citing a specific theorem using \in{theorem}[thm:pnp] doesn't show
>> the number of a theorem.
>>
>> I'm guessing the last four points are all related.
>>
>> Best regards,
>>
>> Mathieu
>>
>
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