[NTG-context] Export: \setuphemistich distance=

Wolfgang Schuster schuster.wolfgang at gmail.com
Wed Mar 18 18:51:13 CET 2015


> Am 18.03.2015 um 15:04 schrieb Idris Samawi Hamid ادريس سماوي حامد <ishamid at colostate.edu>:
> 
> Dear gang,
> 
> In the attached, we export hemistiches:
> 
> ===============
> \setupexport[cssfile=sh_ahmad-qajar.css]
> \setupbackend[export=yes]
> 
> \usemodule[hemistich]
> 
> \setuphemistich
>  [width=local,
>   distance=1\emwidth,
>   separator=]
> 
>   \setuphemistich
>  [leftcolor=,
>   separatorcolor=,
>   rightcolor=]
> 
>   \setuphemistich
>  % [separator=\vl\hskip.25em\vl]
>  [separator=]
> 
> %% We need separate lines in the export, so use \start|stoplines
> \definestartstop[VERSES][before={\blank[medium]\startlines \noindentation},after={\stoplines \blank[medium]}]
> \starttext
> \startVERSES
> \hemistiches{Become a shunner of your affairs;}{Entrust all affairs to the Decision.}
> \hemistiches{Thus tight spaces will often widen;}{And open spaces will often get tight.}
> \stopVERSES
> \stoptext
> ===============
> 
> In the output we get
> 
> ===============
> <div>
> <div class="lines">
>  <div class="line"><div class="line">Become a shunner of your affairs;Entrust all affairs to the Decision.</div><div class="line">Thus tight spaces will often widen;And open spaces will often get tight.</div></div>
> </div>
> </div>
> ===============
> 
> Is there anyway to tag and export the distance info:
> 
> distance=1\emwidth
> 
> so that we can get some space in the xhtml. Note that I do not expect any of the alignment that the hemistiches module provides. Just some reasonable space.
> 
> That said: How do I design a \start|stophemistiches environment that would get tagged in the output as such (i.e., <div class="hemistiches">)?

You have to add tag commands in the source of the module to get tags in the exported text.

The distance between both texts in the output can be set with CSS but first you need tags.

Wolfgang


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