[NTG-context] Calling in chapter number in list={}

Henning Hraban Ramm texml at fiee.net
Thu Mar 17 11:18:00 CET 2022


Hi Julian,
have fun with:

\currentlistentrylocation
= Laufende Nummer des Listeneintrags \namedstructureheadlocation{section}
= Abschnittsnummer der angegebenen Hier­archiestufe (chapter, section usw.)
\currentlistentrynumber
= Abschnittsnummer des aktuellen Listen­ eintrags
\currentlistentrytitle
= Überschrift des aktuellen Listeneintrags
\currentlistentrypagenumber
= Seitenzahl des aktuellen Listeneintrags

(in German, because I copied it from my book)

If you use \setuplist[command=...], you should set 
alternative=interactive, otherwise you don’t get bookmarks and links.

\define[3]\MeinEintrag{#3: #2 (#1)} % Seite: Titel (Nummer) 
\setuplist[alternative=interactive,command=\MeinEintrag]

or define your own alternative:

\definelistalternative[j][renderingsetup=list:jbf]

\startsetups[list:jbf]
... \currentlist...
\stopsetups

HTH
Hraban

Am 16.03.22 um 22:03 schrieb jbf via ntg-context:
> I wonder if there is a way I can call in the chapter number in the TOC, 
> although that number is not used for chapters as such. I know the 
> chapter number is 'remembered' anyway, so there is probably a way I can 
> call it in just for the TOC.
> 
> The context for this question is the layout for book which comprises 
> individual contributions, and each contribution has its own 
> author/copyright (hence the individual chapters bear a title without a 
> number, but the editor who has compiled these wants them numbered in the 
> TOC).
> 
> I currently call the author name in the TOC with:
> 
> \define[1]\SectionTocEntry{%
> 
> \leftaligned{#1}\par% title. \leftaligned is needed
> 
> \hskip1cm\relax\doifnot{\structurelistuservariable{author}}{}{\structurelistuservariable{author}}%
> 
> }
> 
> \setuphead[chapter] of course includes number=no.
> 
> \setuplist[chapter] is currently set as:
> 
> [label=yes,distance=1.2cm,style=normal,before=\blank,after=\blank,textstyle=normal,alternative=c,textcommand=\SectionTocEntry,]
> 
> And for the moment I simply use, as part of the \startchapter[] 
> description: list={1. This is the rather long title of the first 
> chapter, with the number included at the beginning}.
> 
> While that gives me the number of the chapter, it does not give me 
> correct indentation when the chapter title runs to more than one line. 
> What I would prefer to do is to be able to call the chapter number 
> automatically with placing 1., 2., etc. in list={}.
> 
> Julian


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