[luatex] Where can I learn more about catcodes in LuaTeX?
luigi.scarso at gmail.com
Sat Jun 6 22:25:52 CEST 2020
On Sat, Jun 6, 2020 at 8:11 PM Eduardo Ochs <eduardoochs at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi list,
> I just sent a question about catcodes that had the wrong tone...
nothing wrong to me
> So, how can I do things like inspecting catcodes and changing them
> from Lua?
it's better to open luatex.pdf with a pdfreader like evince, latest mupdf
okular, adobe reader... and search for catcode.
> I am quite outsider-ish in the LuaTeX community, and I have the
> sensation that I don't even know where are the forums in which the
> discussions are happening... so:
> Please, people, if you have any pointers that you believe that may be
> useful to me, I'd like to see them - and private messages are welcome.
1) use \logginall ... \tracingnone just around the chunk of tex code, ie
and for lualatex
At least you can see where they differ.
2) learn a bit of context to check how / if the result changes:
--[==[ test-ctx.lua ]==]
str = [[
eventually use \logginall..\tracingnone
3) look into context code
almost every answer is there.
4) sometimes context mailing list can answer to luatex questions
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