[NTG-context] 2 columns: 1 language per column (solved)

Otared Kavian otared at gmail.com
Wed Aug 1 16:17:45 CEST 2012

On 1 août 2012, at 14:44, "Rogers, Michael K" <mroge02 at emory.edu> wrote:
>> […]
>>> If you like, add these three lines to the beginning of your .tex file to force TeXShop to use ConTeXt-CLD:
>>> ------------CUT HERE--------------
>>> --[[
>>> %!TEX TS-program = ConTeXt-CLD
>>> ]]--
>>> ------------CUT HERE--------------
> You need all three lines.  The TeX comment has to be enclosed in a Lua comment.  The double hyphen after the "]]" is optional, I think, but I've seen it done that way.  (As a neophyte, I imitate.)

Thanks for the information: indeed the three lines above allow a CLD code in a TEX file to be typeset by ConTeXt, using the TeXShop engine created with your indications.
By the way, as you guessed the third line can be either

> @Hans, the problem with TeXShop is that it seems to refuse to process files whose names do not end in .tex, AFAIK.  (The typeset button is disabled.)  So a straightforward solution seems impossible.  You can always type "context file.cld" in a terminal window.

Best regards: OK
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