[NTG-context] Magic Elimination

Wolfgang Schuster wolfgang.schuster.lists at gmail.com
Fri Oct 5 17:12:31 CEST 2018


The following examples are taken from mtx-context-meaning.tex

context --extra=meaning --pattern=*paper*
context --extra=meaning setuplayout
context --extra=meaning setup_layout
context --extra=meaning --once --noconsole --nostatistics setuplayout
mtxrun --silent --script context --extra=meaning --onceĀ  --noconsole 
--nostatistics setuplayout
mtxrun --script interface --meaning setuplayout

Wolfgang


Sebastian Miele schrieb am 05.10.18 um 16:49:
> ConTeXt contains a lot of magic. Is there a very plain-ish X between
> iniLuaTeX and MKIV, plus a tool that does the following: Given an MKIV
> document, reduce the document to X, especially including a solid deal
> of dead code and magic elimination? I.e. a tool that leaves a "How it
> can be done without magic directly in X".
>
> There is a tool named (la)texdef. Is there something like contextdef?
> What is the quickest way to find the definition of a macro (on the
> command line and/or in Emacs)?
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