[NTG-context] python embedded in ConTeXt
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Mon Feb 25 23:36:39 CET 2013
not sure if you're aware, but you can execute Lua code within a ConTeXt
On Mon, Feb 25, 2013 at 10:04 AM, Xan <dxpublica at telefonica.net> wrote:
> Thank you very much, Henning and Aditya. It clear the actual programming
> in ConTeXt. Now I use mako templates for emulate this purpose, but it's an
> annoying thing having to do this "outside" ConTeXt documents....
> Thanks, both.
> On Sat, 23 Feb 2013, Henning Hraban Ramm wrote:
> >* Am 2013-02-23 um 13:47 schrieb Xan:*>**
> >>* I just want to know if there is a equal thing like python.sty , *>>* sympytex  or sagetex  for embed python, sympy and sage into *>>* ConTeXt documents as there exist for latex. Yeah, I know I could write *>>* a script and run python externally to ConTeXt but this were easier to *>>* use.*>**
> >* Have a look at Aditya's filter module, that can call arbitrary external commands.*
> Attached is a proof of concept implementation for sympy. All the three
> python packages that you mentioned include a corresponding python script
> that does a lot of book-keeping. So, getting the full functionality of all
> these packages will require adapting those python script to generate
> results in ConTeXt syntax rather than in LaTeX syntax.
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