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return
{
type
=
"
configuration
"
,
version
=
"
1.1.1
"
,
date
=
"
2011-06-02
"
,
time
=
"
14:59:00
"
,
comment
=
"
ConTeXt MkIV configuration file
"
,
author
=
"
Hans Hagen, PRAGMA-ADE, Hasselt NL
"
,
content
=
{
-- Originally there was support for engines and progname but I don't expect
-- other engines to use this file, so first engines were removed. After that
-- if made sense also to get rid of progname. At some point specific formats
-- will be supported but then as a subtable with fallbacks, which sounds more
-- natural. Also, at some point the paths will become tables. For the moment
-- I don't care too much about it as extending is easy.
variables
=
{
-- The following variable is predefined (but can be overloaded) and in
-- most cases you can leave this one untouched. The built-in definition
-- permits relocation of the tree.
--
-- if this_is_texlive then
-- resolvers.luacnfspec = 'selfautodir:;selfautoparent:;{selfautodir:,selfautoparent:}{/share,}/texmf{-local,}/web2c'
-- else
-- resolvers.luacnfspec = 'home:texmf/web2c;selfautoparent:texmf{-local,-context,}/web2c'
-- end
--
-- more readable is:
--
-- TEXMFCNF = {
-- "home:texmf/web2c,
-- "selfautoparent:texmf-local/web2c",
-- "selfautoparent:texmf-context/web2c",
-- "selfautoparent:texmf/web2c",
-- }
-- One problem is that DEFAULT_TEXMFCNF is hardcoded in kpse so in fact we should
-- have access to it without the need to initialize kpse.
-- We have only one cache path but there can be more. The first writable one
-- will be chose but there can be more readable paths.
--
-- Keep in mind that MkIV does not run at all on older texlives so when using
-- that you don't need to worry about ancient and obsolete configuration paths,
-- simply because no configuration will be found there.
TEXMFCACHE
=
"
$SELFAUTOPARENT/texmf-cache
"
,
-- not used by context at all
TEXMFSYSVAR
=
"
$TEXMFCACHE
"
,
TEXMFVAR
=
"
$TEXMFCACHE
"
,
-- I don't like this texmf under home and texmf-home would make more
-- sense. One never knows what installers put under texmf anywhere and
-- sorting out problems will be a pain. But on the other hand ... home
-- mess is normally under the users own responsibility.
--
-- By using prefixes we don't get expanded paths in the cache __path__
-- entry. This makes the tex root relocatable.
TEXMFOS
=
"
selfautodir:
"
,
TEXMFSYSTEM
=
"
selfautoparent:texmf-$SELFAUTOSYSTEM
"
,
TEXMFMAIN
=
"
selfautoparent:texmf
"
,
TEXMFDIST
=
"
selfautoparent:texmf-dist
"
,
TEXMFCONTEXT
=
"
selfautoparent:texmf-context
"
,
TEXMFLOCAL
=
"
selfautoparent:texmf-local
"
,
TEXMFFONTS
=
"
selfautoparent:texmf-fonts
"
,
TEXMFPROJECT
=
"
selfautoparent:texmf-project
"
,
TEXMFHOME
=
"
home:texmf
"
,
-- TEXMFHOME = os.name == "macosx" and "home:Library/texmf" or "home:texmf",
-- We need texmfos for a few rare files but as I have a few more bin trees
-- a hack is needed. Maybe other users also have texmf-platform-new trees.
TEXMF
=
"
{$TEXMFHOME,!!$TEXMFPROJECT,!!$TEXMFFONTS,!!$TEXMFLOCAL,!!$TEXMFCONTEXT,!!$TEXMFSYSTEM,!!$TEXMFDIST,!!$TEXMFMAIN}
"
,
TEXFONTMAPS
=
"
.;$TEXMF/fonts/data//;$TEXMF/fonts/map/{pdftex,dvips}//
"
,
ENCFONTS
=
"
.;$TEXMF/fonts/data//;$TEXMF/fonts/enc/{dvips,pdftex}//
"
,
VFFONTS
=
"
.;$TEXMF/fonts/{data,vf}//
"
,
TFMFONTS
=
"
.;$TEXMF/fonts/{data,tfm}//
"
,
PKFONTS
=
"
.;$TEXMF/fonts/{data,pk}//
"
,
T1FONTS
=
"
.;$TEXMF/fonts/{data,type1}//;$OSFONTDIR
"
,
AFMFONTS
=
"
.;$TEXMF/fonts/{data,afm}//;$OSFONTDIR
"
,
TTFONTS
=
"
.;$TEXMF/fonts/{data,truetype}//;$OSFONTDIR
"
,
OPENTYPEFONTS
=
"
.;$TEXMF/fonts/{data,opentype}//;$OSFONTDIR
"
,
FONTFEATURES
=
"
.;$TEXMF/fonts/{data,fea}//;$OPENTYPEFONTS;$TTFONTS;$T1FONTS;$AFMFONTS
"
,
FONTCIDMAPS
=
"
.;$TEXMF/fonts/{data,cid}//
"
,
OFMFONTS
=
"
.;$TEXMF/fonts/{data,ofm,tfm}//
"
,
OVFFONTS
=
"
.;$TEXMF/fonts/{data,ovf,vf}//
"
,
TEXINPUTS
=
"
.;$TEXMF/tex/{context,plain/base,generic}//
"
,
MPINPUTS
=
"
.;$TEXMF/metapost/{context,base,}//
"
,
-- In the next variable the inputs path will go away.
TEXMFSCRIPTS
=
"
.;$TEXMF/scripts/context/{lua,ruby,python,perl}//;$TEXINPUTS
"
,
PERLINPUTS
=
"
.;$TEXMF/scripts/context/perl
"
,
PYTHONINPUTS
=
"
.;$TEXMF/scripts/context/python
"
,
RUBYINPUTS
=
"
.;$TEXMF/scripts/context/ruby
"
,
LUAINPUTS
=
"
.;$TEXINPUTS;$TEXMF/scripts/context/lua//;$TEXMF
"
,
CLUAINPUTS
=
"
.;$SELFAUTOLOC/lib/{context,$engine,luatex}/lua//
"
,
-- texmf-local/tex/generic/example/foo :
--
-- package.helpers.trace = true
-- require("example.foo.bar")
-- Not really used by MkIV so they might go away.
BIBINPUTS
=
"
.;$TEXMF/bibtex/bib//;$TEXMF/tex/context//
"
,
BSTINPUTS
=
"
.;$TEXMF/bibtex/bst//;$TEXMF/tex/context//
"
,
-- Experimental
ICCPROFILES
=
"
.;$TEXMF/colors/icc/{context,profiles}//;$OSCOLORDIR
"
,
-- A few special ones that will change some day.
FONTCONFIG_FILE
=
"
fonts.conf
"
,
FONTCONFIG_PATH
=
"
$TEXMFSYSTEM/fonts/conf
"
,
-- we now have a different subsystem for this,
}
,
-- We have a few reserved subtables. These control runtime behaviour. The
-- keys have names like 'foo.bar' which means that you have to use keys
-- like ['foo.bar'] so for convenience we also support 'foo_bar'.
directives
=
{
-- There are a few variables that determine the engines
-- limits. Most will fade away when we close in on version 1.
[
"
luatex.expanddepth
"
]
=
"
10000
"
,
-- 10000
[
"
luatex.hashextra
"
]
=
"
100000
"
,
-- 0
[
"
luatex.nestsize
"
]
=
"
1000
"
,
-- 50
[
"
luatex.maxinopen
"
]
=
"
1000
"
,
-- 15
[
"
luatex.maxprintline
"
]
=
"
10000
"
,
-- 79
[
"
luatex.maxstrings
"
]
=
"
500000
"
,
-- 15000 -- obsolete
[
"
luatex.paramsize
"
]
=
"
25000
"
,
-- 60
[
"
luatex.savesize
"
]
=
"
50000
"
,
-- 4000
[
"
luatex.stacksize
"
]
=
"
10000
"
,
-- 300
-- A few process related variables come next.
-- ["system.checkglobals"] = "10",
-- ["system.nostatistics"] = "yes",
[
"
system.errorcontext
"
]
=
"
10
"
,
[
"
system.compile.cleanup
"
]
=
"
no
"
,
-- remove tma files
[
"
system.compile.strip
"
]
=
"
yes
"
,
-- strip tmc files
-- The io modes are similar to the traditional ones. Possible values
-- are all, paranoid and restricted.
-- ["system.outputmode"] = "restricted",
-- ["system.inputmode"] = "any",
-- The following variable is under consideration. We do have protection
-- mechanims but it's not enabled by default.
[
"
system.commandmode
"
]
=
"
any
"
,
-- any none list
[
"
system.commandlist
"
]
=
"
mtxrun, convert, inkscape, gs, imagemagick, curl, bibtex, pstoedit
"
,
-- The mplib library support mechanisms have their own
-- configuration. Normally these variables can be left as
-- they are.
[
"
mplib.texerrors
"
]
=
"
yes
"
,
-- Normally you can leave the font related directives untouched
-- as they only make sense when testing.
-- ["fonts.autoreload"] = "no",
-- ["fonts.otf.loader.cleanup"] = "0", -- 0 1 2 3
-- In an edit cycle it can be handy to launch an editor. The
-- preferred one can be set here.
-- ["pdfview.method"] = "sumatra",
-- ["fonts.usesystemfonts"] = false,
-- You can permit loading modules with no prefix:
-- ["modules.permitunprefixed"] = "no",
-- You can permit loading files from anywhere in the TDS tree:
-- ["resolvers.otherwise"] = "no",
}
,
experiments
=
{
[
"
fonts.autorscale
"
]
=
"
yes
"
,
}
,
trackers
=
{
}
,
}
,
-- TEXMFCACHE = "$SELFAUTOPARENT/texmf-cache", -- for old times sake
}