[NTG-context] definereferencestructureprefix for floats

Aditya Mahajan adityam at umich.edu
Mon Jun 22 05:35:30 CEST 2015

On Sun, 21 Jun 2015, Aditya Mahajan wrote:

> On Sat, 20 Jun 2015, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
>>> Aditya Mahajan <mailto:adityam at umich.edu>
>>> 20. Juni 2015 18:22
>>> Hi,
>>> How does one control the referenceprefix for floats. I want to refer to 
> the 
>>> figures as only Fig 1, Fig 2, etc, even when they are numbered 1.1, 1.2, 
>>> etc.
>> There is a typo in strc-ref.lua which can by fixed by the following 
> changes.
> Thank you. But even after make the appropriate change in strc-ref.lua (and 
> regenerating the format), the previous example does not give Fig 1, etc.
> Am I missing something in the sttings?

Even the second example in strc-ref.mkvi does not work correctly.

     \placefigure[here][xx:1]{}{\framed{one}} \placefigure[here][xx:2]{}{\framed{three}}
     \placetable [here][xx:3]{}{\framed{two}} \placetable [here][xx:4]{}{\framed{four}}
         \in{fig}[xx:1] and \in{fig}[xx:2] \in{tab}[xx:3] and \in{tab}[xx:4]
     \stop \blank \start
         \in{fig}[xx:1] and \in{fig}[xx:2] \in{tab}[xx:3] and \in{tab}[xx:4]
     \stop \blank \start
         \in{fig}[xx:1] and \in{fig}[xx:2] \in{tab}[xx:3] and \in{tab}[xx:4]
     \stop \blank \start
         \in{fig}[xx:1] and \in{fig}[xx:2] \in{tab}[xx:3] and \in{tab}[xx:4]
     \stop \blank

The second case, (\setup...[default][prefix=no]) works correctly, but the 
last two cases (\setup...[float][default][prefix=no], etc) do not get rid 
of the prefix.


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