[NTG-context] Few quick questions

Christoph Hinterm├╝ller christoph at out-world.com
Tue Mar 8 20:45:17 CET 2022


I'm still stuck with also providing my lecture notes as epub in addtion
to its PDF version.

The last year, when I tried figure what is wrong, Hans indicated a
tool, a program, which allows to verify that that all start* stop* tag
pairs are symmetric and placed in correct order. I just cant remember
how it is called. Can anybody help here?

Second are there any limits in how large files exproted to XML, XHTML
etc can be. Does the exporter automatically try to split huge documents
into multiple exported documents when some size is exceeded or was or
is such a feature allways experiemental up to mkIV and what could break
proper slitting which contexts, commands should not be active to avoid

My current setup is neither a fresh install of latest standalone nor
texlive installation. This task is still pending. I just have done some
partial update mixing 2020 Texlife with 2021 standlalone by calling
update.sh. So the aborting of the export in the middle of a hundred
pages long document with plenty of floats and the heavy use of Aditya's
t-vim package might additionally be worsened by some inconsistencies of
my currently not clean installation. But to rule out or properly tackle
down I think I believe knowing about possible Limitations of exporter
in mkIV if any to be saving a lot of time

The abort in xml export also occurs when i inline all files exempt t-
vim code snippets, png or svg files replacing meta post images into one
huge document removing any \input commands. Therefore i want to check
first on the inlined document if there would by any asymetric start*
stop* before persuing further.

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