[NTG-context] Bug in latest LMTX

Hans Hagen j.hagen at xs4all.nl
Wed Jul 22 08:33:21 CEST 2020

On 7/22/2020 5:43 AM, Otared Kavian wrote:
> Hi Hans,
> It seems that \cap is not anymore defined in the latest LMTX: the following gives an error
> \starttext
> $A \cap B$
> \stoptext
> with current version: 2020.07.21 18:39.
> Also, I would like to place a request about the reporting of errors: can we get back the nice reporting of errors we had a few months ago?
> Indeed while a few months ago the reporting of errors was extremeley clear and helpful, now one gets a cryptic message like this in the html file produced:
> Error	   ! Missing } inserted
> File 	   chapitre-1.tex
> Line 	   834
> Of course there is no missing } error in that file and that line, and one has to spend a lot of time to find what the error would be. In this case I could guess that the error comes from the fact that \cap is not defined, but it wasn't easy (the file used to typeset correctly with version 2020.07.13, and it typesets correctly with mkiv).
> In eralier versions, ConTeXt would tell the user
> 	undefined control sequence \cap
> and one could fix things very quickly.

\cap is defined (just put \meaning in front), it just doesn't have the 
meaning you want in math (a symbol), so it scane for an argument

fixed in next (the running out of text is on the agenda for later, part 
of something larger)


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