[NTG-context] \usemodule[pgfplots] fails
Procházka Lukáš Ing.
LPr at pontex.cz
Tue Feb 9 13:36:53 CET 2016
so the state now:
I'm renewing ConTeXt with
"call first-setup.bat --extras=all --modules=all",
"mtxrun --script ./bin/mtx-update.lua --force --update --make --engine=all --context=beta --texroot=%CONTEXTROOT% %*",
so all modules including pgfplots should be automatically updated (and were in the lately mentioned case).
Yes, placing your pgfplots.zip in the same directory as the source file solves the problem - the file compiles well with no error.
What is more pure or systematic solution? For now and for one directory it is OK, but - for the future in general?
As ConTeXt plotting engine is concerned:
Just for illustration, an image of what pgfplot was used for in this case.
The plot is created dynamically - number of series, their vertices, legenda, the way how each series is filled.
Lua reads a table and calls tex/pgfplot commands to generate the plot.
No problem to generate such plot with pure ConTeXt (tool, module, ...), if it is capable.
On Mon, 08 Feb 2016 19:13:57 +0100, Wolfgang Schuster <schuster.wolfgang at gmail.com> wrote:
>> luigi scarso <mailto:luigi.scarso at gmail.com>
>> 8. Februar 2016 um 18:26
>> Can you put the attached files in the same directory as your test
>> I commented in both files the line with the \ProvidesPackageRCS
>> they are ok here (linux-64), the file is correctly compiled.
> The problem is the date format in the rcs string:
> \ProvidesPackageRCS[v\pgfversion] $Header:
> 1.164 2016-02-02 22:03:38 tantau Exp $
> PGF uses / as separator in the parser (\pgf at parseid in pgfrcs.code.tex)
> and fails with the - in the string.
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