[NTG-context] Dolly's Underware ?

Steffen Wolfrum context at st.estfiles.de
Mon Mar 28 20:07:28 CEST 2011


Am 28.03.2011 um 19:03 schrieb Hans Hagen:

> On 28-3-2011 6:18, Steffen Wolfrum wrote:
>> Hi Hans,
>> 
>> with todays beta I just re-ran Vedran's posted minimal example (see below):
>> 
>> Still there is "Underware" laying around under "d". Whom does it belong to?
>> 
>> 
>> Hans, please fix this bug fast! In my current book there is a truckload of ownerless "underware" laying around :o)
>> 
>> 
>> Steffen
>> 
>> 
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>> My \index{dog}dog is a \index{dog+bullterrier}bullterrier named \seeindex{Dolly}{Underware}Dolly.
>> He doesn't like \index{cat}cats.
>> There are a lot of \index{cat+stray}stray cats, but only a few of them are \index{cat+Siamese}Siamese.
>> 
>> \placeindex
> 
> 
> shouldn't there be a \index{Dolly} somewhere?


No, not necessarily. Just run the same file (see below) with MkII: Dolly with "Underware", fine.

Or did you change the etiquette recently?
I mean, did you state in MkIV that nobody shall throw around underwear and disappear ...


Steffen

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\starttext

My \index{dog}dog is a \index{dog+bullterrier}bullterrier named \seeindex{Dolly}{Underware}Dolly.
He doesn't like \index{cat}cats.
There are a lot of \index{cat+stray}stray cats, but only a few of them are \index{cat+Siamese}Siamese.

\placeindex

\stoptext


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