[NTG-context] Latest beta: reference to items broken in mkiv

r.ermers at hccnet.nl r.ermers at hccnet.nl
Wed Feb 7 10:58:03 CET 2018


Hi Otared,

Thanks for your response. In mkii this worked flawlessly.

I tried it in mkiv Texlive too (2017.05.15 21:48), but it does not work. Could this be because I have item [it:ref] rather than \startitem[it:ref] … \stopitem?

Anyway, I will install a new standalone - on my Mac (no TeXShop).

Robert


> Op 7 feb. 2018, om 10:47 heeft Otared Kavian <otared op gmail.com> het volgende geschreven:
> 
> Hi Robert,
> 
> Indeed the bug has been fixed: the reference to items works fine in all recent Context betas, and also with the version from TeXLive 2017 (version 2017.05.15 21:48).
> 
> I don’t have the current version 2017.07.17 00:20 in order to test the example your are mentionning, but if your current version of Context comes from TeXLive, maybe you can update it. Otherwise, the installation of a standalone version is not that complicated and it is really worth it.
> If you are using MacOS X and TeXShop, in case you would need help to install a standalone version do not hesitate to ask me.
> 
> Best regards: Otared K.
> 
>> On 7 Feb 2018, at 09:38, r.ermers op hccnet.nl wrote:
>> 
>> Hi Otared,
>> 
>> I wonder if the problem with the referencing to items you signalled has been solved in a later version (see text below). I am running into the same issue. My context version: current version: 2017.07.17 00:20.
>> 
>> If it is not, I will do with a makeshift solution for now; if the problem has been handled, I consider installing a new standalone. (Installing a standalone is usally a bit of a fuzz.)
>> 
>> Thanks in advance for your reply,
>> 
>> Best wishes,
>> 
>> Robert
>> 
>> Otared Kavian Wed, 01 Apr 2015 01:23:29 -0700
>> 
>> Hi Hans,
>> 
>> It seems that referencing to items is broken in the latest beta mkiv: for 
>> example in the example below the command
>>        \in{Item}[ref:2]
>> does not show item number 2.
>> However it works fine in mkii and previous releases.
>> Best regards: OK
>> PS: a minimal example follows
>> %%% begin ref-item-broken.tex
>> \starttext 
>> 
>> \startitemize[n]
>> 
>> \startitem[ref:1]
>> Item 1, reference 1
>> \stopitem
>> 
>> \startitem[ref:2]
>> Item 2, reference 2
>> \stopitem
>> 
>> \startitem[ref:3]
>> Item 3, reference 3
>> \stopitem
>> 
>> \stopitemize
>> 
>> See \in{Item}[ref:2] above.
>> 
>> \stoptext
>> %%% end ref-item-broken.tex
>> 
>> 
> 

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