[NTG-context] Getting the filename which is being typeset

Wolfgang Schuster wolfgang.schuster.lists at gmail.com
Tue Dec 1 18:23:50 CET 2020

Otared Kavian schrieb am 01.12.2020 um 18:10:
> Thanks Hraban, this might be also useful and I'll keep it somewhere on my mind, but for the project I was asking my question \jobname is enough.
> Best regards: Otared
>> On 1 Dec 2020, at 17:33, Henning Hraban Ramm <texml at fiee.net> wrote:
>>> Am 01.12.2020 um 16:20 schrieb Otared Kavian <otared at gmail.com>:
>>> Thanks Tomás! Indeed \jobname does the job :-)
>> In case you need the current component file in a project environment: \currentcomponent

In some case \inputfilename is the better choice, e.g. when you process 
xml files with a environment file for the style and processing settings.

     context --environment=myxmlstyle myfile.xml

The following example shows the output of all commands:

\starttabulate [|T|T|]
\NC \type{\jobname}           \NC \jobname           \NC\NR
\NC \type{\jobfilename}       \NC \jobfilename       \NC\NR
\NC \type{\jobfilesuffix}     \NC \jobfilesuffix     \NC\NR
\NC \type{\inputfilename}     \NC \inputfilename     \NC\NR
\NC \type{\inputfilebarename} \NC \inputfilebarename \NC\NR
\NC \type{\inputfilesuffix}   \NC \inputfilesuffix   \NC\NR
\NC \type{\outputfilename}    \NC \outputfilename    \NC\NR
\NC \type{\operatingsystem}   \NC \operatingsystem   \NC\NR


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