[NTG-context] \defineprocessor and \at

Rik Kabel context at rik.users.panix.com
Tue Aug 11 22:03:51 CEST 2015

On 2015-08-11 15:48, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
>> Rik Kabel <mailto:context at rik.users.panix.com>
>> 11. August 2015 21:41
>> On 2015-08-11 14:49, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
>> Thank you, Wolfgang, for that. But it still does not handle the after 
>> key, as I had in my example, and which works in a processor for index 
>> entries. Is there no way to do this?
> The processor mechanism has no after key and I have no idea what it is 
> shoudl do.
My apologies, Wolfgang and list. The key I use is right, as in the 
following snippet from my environment. I should have checked my files 
instead of relying on memory when I replied.

When I add it to your solution it does work.


    \setupregister [Index][n=2,

    \starttexdefinition unexpanded index
    \starttexdefinition dostartindex [#sortkey]
    \starttexdefinition unexpanded seeindex

    \starttexdefinition doIndex #INDEXTERM

With this, I can use \index[Macintyre]{McIntyre, John} in the main text 
or an endnote and the indexing will identify the section. My simple use 
of the processor did not work, however, for references.

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