[NTG-context] Job done event

Wolfgang Schuster schuster.wolfgang at gmail.com
Sun Feb 14 15:38:28 CET 2016


> Lukáš Procházka <mailto:LPr at pontex.cz>
> 14. Februar 2016 um 08:46
> Hello,
>
> during typesetting a document I'm collecting some information.
>
> At the end (i.e. right before \stoptext or right after \stoptext), I'd 
> need to perform an operation.
>
> The way is to place some code before my code:
>
> \starttext
>   ...
>
>   \DoSomethingMine
> \stoptext
>
> But I'm looking for a way that the code inside document prepares the 
> final operation and a way to avoid writing "\DoSomethingMine" before 
> \stoptext (or \stopcomponent) - something being processed by ConTeXt 
> naturally.
>
> Something like:
>
> \starttext
>   ...
>   \startluacode
>     context.reactors.jobfinished = function(prev_op)
>       -- Do something mine
>       prev_op()
>     end
>   \stopluacode
>   ...
> \stoptext % ConTeXt to call "context.reactors.jobfinished" or similar 
> implicitly
>
> Does ConTeXt offer something like described? (Would be nice...)
\appendtoks
    ... % put your own code here
\to \everystoptext

Wolfgang
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