[NTG-context] hyphenated url

Philipp Gesang pgesang at ix.urz.uni-heidelberg.de
Tue Oct 26 00:49:52 CEST 2010


On 2010-10-25 <17:00:39>, Aditya Mahajan wrote:
> On Mon, 25 Oct 2010, Steffen Wolfrum wrote:
> 
> >
> >Am 25.10.2010 um 19:30 schrieb Aditya Mahajan:
> >
> >>On Mon, 25 Oct 2010, Steffen Wolfrum wrote:
> >>
> >>>Hi,
> >>>
> >>>the "%" is a frequently used character in URL.
> >>>But \hyphenatedurl{} can deal with it ...
> >>>
> >>>Does someone has a fix?
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>\starttext
> >>>text\footnote{test \hyphenatedurl{www.test%it.com} test.} text.
> >>>\stoptext
> >>
> >>An extreme solution:
> >>
> >>\startcatcodetable \txtcatcodes
> >>   \catcode`\^^I = 10
> >>   \catcode`\^^M =  5
> >>   \catcode`\^^L =  5
> >>   \catcode`\    = 10
> >>   \catcode`\^^Z =  9
> >>   \catcode`\\   =  0
> >>   \catcode`\{   =  1
> >>   \catcode`\}   =  2
> >>%   \catcode`\%   = 14
> >>\stopcatcodetable
> >>\starttext
> >>\asciimode
> >>text\footnote{test \hyphenatedurl{www.test%it.com} test.} text.
> >>\stoptext
> >
> >
> >
> >As I don't have any experience with "\asciimode" "I am not sure if I can map this entirely on a complex book project...
> 
> In addition to usual asciimode, I changed the definition so that %
> does not have its usual meaning. So, % is no longer a comment; it
> just typesets percentage sign. You can get a comment using
> 
> \starthiding ... \stophiding.
> 
> >Any known side-effects?
> 
> * You need to use \math{...} to go into math mode. $ will just give
> a dollar.
> 
> * You need \startformula ... \stopformula to go into display math.
> $$...$$ will just print dollars.
> 
> * _ in text mode will produce an underscore instead of an error. _
> in math mode will work fine. The same for ^.
> 
> * You need
> 
> \starttex(something) (I don't remember on the top of my head)
> \def\whatever#1{...}
> \stoptex(something)
> 
> to change the definition of a macro.
> 
> I have never really tested it on a large document. Maybe you can
> just add this and see if everything compiles.

Hi Aditya, Steffen and others,

I was toying around with catcode tables too. Shouldn’t it suffice
to simply change % to ‘other’? This way you can keep the dollar
style math.

Philipp

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\setupinteraction[state=start]

\unprotect
\newcatcodetable \urlcatcodes % ordinary \ctxcatcodes except for minor changes
\startcatcodetable \urlcatcodes
    \catcode`\^^I = 10
    \catcode`\^^M =  5
    \catcode`\^^L =  5
    \catcode`\    = 10
    \catcode`\^^Z =  9
    \catcode`\\   =  0
    \catcode`\{   =  1
    \catcode`\}   =  2
    \catcode`\$   =  3
    \catcode`\&   =  4
    \catcode`\#   =  6
    \catcode`\^   =  7
    \catcode`\_   =  8
    \catcode`\~   = 13
    \catcode`\|   = 13
    \catcode`\%   = \@@other
    \catcode`\*   = \@@comment % comment this out if you don’t need line comments
\stopcatcodetable

\protect

\starttext

\bgroup
  TEST
  \setcatcodetable \urlcatcodes
  \hyphenatedurl{www.test%it.com}
  * this should be treated as comment
  \footnote{
    \hyphenatedurl{www.test%it.com}
  }
  Math mode: $(x)(y)\,(Fx\,.\,x=y\,.\supset\,Fy)$
  TEST
\egroup

\stoptext

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