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

John Culleton john at wexfordpress.com
Tue Feb 8 15:35:12 CET 2011

On Monday 07 February 2011 18:07:29 Hans Hagen wrote:
> On 7-2-2011 10:39, John Culleton wrote:
> > 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?
> maybe you have an extra \starttext somewhere
> Hans

That was it. Now it works. 
John Culleton
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