[NTG-context] Quick question about dual output pdf and epub
Hans van der Meer
havdmeer at ziggo.nl
Tue Mar 3 21:58:16 CET 2020
I followed your advice and added the setup:
> You need
> in your document.
This, however, does not result in an .epub file but an export directory containing an html and xhtml file (only partially conformant to the equivalent pdf).
Can I get the output as an .epub file? Some more changes needed?
> On Tue, 3 Mar 2020 19:37:47 +0100
> Hans van der Meer <havdmeer at ziggo.nl> wrote:
>>> and then run with --mode=epub
>> I am running with:
>> mtxrun --autogenerate --mode=epub --script context "$1"
>> but no epub document is generated, just the same result.pdf I get without that mode.
> You need
> in your document. When you put the setup above in a "epub"
> mode you create a epub-document only when you enable the mode
> which is recommended because it can have side effects for
> the normal PDF.
> To avoid these side effects make an extra ConTeXt run
> by enabling the mode to get the epub file.
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