From: Liesbeth van der Plas <liesbethvanderplas@gm...> - 2007-07-11 10:57:45
*How do I run a ConTEXt file in TEXnicCenter (installed with the
After the installation of MiKTEX, TEXnicCenter, Ghostscript and GSview with
the Protext-cd I succeeded in running a LaTex-file.
How to run a ConTEXt =96file? I found Steve Peter's article:
and followed his instructions:
=95 Go to the BUILD menu and select DEFINE OUTPUT PROFILES
=95 On the left, click the Add button, and give the newprofile a name, such=
=95 Check the box that says "Run (La)TeX in this profile", and give the pat=
LATEX, but to texexec or texmfstart. (This will depend on your distribution=
MikTEX, look in C:\texmf\miktex\bin\.)
=95 For the command-line arguments, you can add any switches you use for
or texmfstart, such as --pdf. Use the arrow button to the right of the text
select a placeholder for the file (for example %pm will pass the entire pat=
of the file,
along with the extension).
*Figure 1 *TeXnicCenter doing ConTEXt!
Now, you can select your new profile from the popup menu to the left of the
button. Click the button (or hit Ctrl+F7) and away you go!
1. First of all, do I use ..\*bin\texmfstart.exe *or*..bin\texexec.exe
*in my new Output Profile?
I tried both.
2. command-line arguments
--nonstop --interface=3Dnl --pdf "%nm"
--nonstop --interface=3Dnl --pdf "%bm"
--nonstop --interface=3Dnl --pdf "%pm"
Nothing works. No pdf or other file is produced and the Output Profile
contains the following single line:
0 Error(s), 0 Waring(s), 0 Bad Box(es), 0 Page(s)