[NTG-context] structuring Context code using \input statements.

John Culleton john at wexfordpress.com
Mon Feb 7 22:39:30 CET 2011


In all forms of TeX it is my custom to start with a brief main file and 
call the various components of the document into the input stream with 
\input statements. The termination of the document is in the main file 
with a \stoptext statement. 

This works well with pdftex documents and also with 
MKII documents. But it fails with MKIV documents. The Context program 
will read and use an inserted program but will not return to the main 
text stream in the file that did the inputting. It just displays an * 
and hangs. Are there new rules in MKIV about breaking up a document 
into separate files and inserting these in sequence via \input 
statements?
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John Culleton
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