[NTG-context] Fwd: Personalizing a PDF generated with ConTeXt

Cecil Westerhof cldwesterhof at gmail.com
Sat Mar 5 14:36:33 CET 2011


2011/3/5 Wolfgang Schuster <schuster.wolfgang at googlemail.com>

> \setvariables and \getvariables sounds like the most general solution
>
>
>> in that case.
>>
>> For example, you could put the various \setvariables statements in various
>> separate files and load a specific one from the context command line with
>> --environment=...
>>
>
> I tried it and it works. Only one thing: when the variables are not set
> (forgot the environment parameter, file not correctly set, ...) I would like
> to set default values. How would I do that?
>
>
> %\enablemode[variables]
>
> \startmode[variables]
> \setvariables
>   [test]
>   [one=One,
>    two=Two]
> \stopmode
>
> \starttext
> \doifelsevariable{test}{one}{1: \getvariable{test}{one}}{??}\par
> \doifelsevariable{test}{two}{2: \getvariable{test}{two}}{??}
> \stoptext
>

Works. I use:
\doifelsevariable{personalise}{completeName}{}{
  \setvariables[personalise][
    completeName=Cecil Westerhof,
    .
    .
    .
  ]
}

-- 
Cecil Westerhof
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