[NTG-context] cross references to chapters in a book

Wolfgang Schuster wolfgang.schuster.lists at gmail.com
Fri Feb 22 20:47:04 CET 2019


Robert Zydenbos schrieb am 22.02.19 um 17:14:
> Dear wizards of ConTeXt,
> 
> In the final stage of completing a book project, I was wondering how to automatize cross references to chapters. I’ve already figured out how to refer to pages (using “\at[REFERENCE]”), but how is this done with chapters? I’m apparently too simple-minded to understand the manual (and I don’t understand the differences between \reference, \textreference, \in, \about).

When you use \chapter:

\starttext

\chapter[sec:knuth]{Knuth}

\samplefile{knuth}

See \in{chapter}[sec:zapf] at \at{page}[sec:zapf].

\chapter[sec:zapf]{Zapf}

\samplefile{zapf}

See \in{chapter}[sec:knuth] at \at{page}[sec:knuth].

\stoptext


When you use \startchapter:

\starttext

\startchapter[title={Knuth},reference={sec:knuth}]

\samplefile{knuth}

See \in{chapter}[sec:zapf] at \at{page}[sec:zapf].

\stopchapter

\startchapter[title={Zapf},reference={sec:zapf}]

\samplefile{zapf}

See \in{chapter}[sec:knuth] at \at{page}[sec:knuth].

\stopchapter

\stoptext


Wolfgang



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