[NTG-context] Problem with first setup of StandAlone ConTeXt

Bruce Boghosian bruce.boghosian at tufts.edu
Wed Dec 16 17:34:21 CET 2015


I see, thanks.  I did use --engines=luatex.  I was aware that Mark II had been superseded by Mark IV, but I hadn't realized that texexec was the same thing as Mark II.  OK, so I won't worry about that issue any more.

It seems that my only remaining problem is the aforementioned TeXShop issue.  I will keep working on it.

Best,
Bruce


> On Dec 16, 2015, at 11:25 AM, Mojca Miklavec <mojca.miklavec.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> On 16 December 2015 at 17:10, Bruce Boghosian wrote:
>> 
>> Also, FWIW, I note that de Boer's document, "LaTeX in proper ConTeXt"
>> recommends compiling from the command line using texexec rather than
>> context.  This does not work for me.  The command "texexec" exists, and I
>> can run it, but it does not produce a .pdf file -- just a .tmp file.
> 
> That document is a very old one. Nowadays context is preferred to
> texexec (also known as Mark II or MkII). If you installed context with
> --engines=luatex you explicitly did not installed prerequisites for
> Mark II (pdftex with fonts etc.).
> 
> Mojca
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