[NTG-context] # in file name

Procházka Lukáš Ing. - Pontex s. r. o. LPr at pontex.cz
Fri Mar 20 14:25:23 CET 2015


Hello,

I need to insert a figure "PrehlSit#A2.pdf" - a file whose name contains # - by Lua.

How to "code" the name?

I tried:

----
     \startluacode
       context.pagefigure({PrehlSit#A2.pdf"}, {scale=500})
       context.pagefigure({PrehlSit\#A2.pdf"}, {scale=500})
       context.pagefigure({PrehlSit##A2.pdf"}, {scale=500})
     \stopluacode
----

But nothing works.

How to "code" the file name?

(BTW:

I'm aware that # in file names is not recommended.
But files with # mean "final" among all files I (and others) are working on, so keeping # in the file name (like a flag) is really desirable.)

Best regards,

Lukas


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