Difference between revisions of "Catalogue raisonné"

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Files:
* [http://pmrb.free.fr/cr/screen1.pdf example output] with 20 DPI resolution (to keep the file small)
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* [http://pmrb.free.fr/cr/screen1-20dpi.pdf example output] with 20 DPI resolution (20 MB)
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* [http://pmrb.free.fr/cr/screen1-200dpi.pdf example output] with 200 DPI resolution (63 MB)
 
* [http://pmrb.free.fr/cr/Makefile Makefile] that calls ConTeXt with the right "--result=" argument
 
* [http://pmrb.free.fr/cr/Makefile Makefile] that calls ConTeXt with the right "--result=" argument
 
* [http://pmrb.free.fr/cr/main.cld main.cld], the main CLD file, that gets processed by ConTeXt, all the Lua code
 
* [http://pmrb.free.fr/cr/main.cld main.cld], the main CLD file, that gets processed by ConTeXt, all the Lua code

Latest revision as of 17:00, 15 July 2014

< Sample documents

This is an example for:

  • using the downsample module
  • using a Lua file as database
  • using a CLD file as main input file for ConTeXt
  • using a Makefile and modes for generating different kinds of outputs
  • placing original text and translation side by side in two columns
  • placing images and captions automatically on the page

Files:

  • example output with 20 DPI resolution (20 MB)
  • example output with 200 DPI resolution (63 MB)
  • Makefile that calls ConTeXt with the right "--result=" argument
  • main.cld, the main CLD file, that gets processed by ConTeXt, all the Lua code
  • env.tex style file and a bit more, all the TeX code
  • etchings.lua the database, one entry per image