font-bfm.mkii / last modification: 2020-01-30 14:15
%D \module
%D   [       file=font-bfm,
%D        version=2003.11.25,
%D          title=\CONTEXT\ Font Macros,
%D       subtitle=Mixed Normal and Bold Math,
%D         author=Hans Hagen,
%D           date=\currentdate,
%D      copyright={PRAGMA ADE \& \CONTEXT\ Development Team}]
%C
%C This module is part of the \CONTEXT\ macro||package and is
%C therefore copyrighted by \PRAGMA. See mreadme.pdf for
%C details.

\writestatus{loading}{ConTeXt Font Macros / Mixed Bold Math Support}

%D The following example demonstrates how to use normal, bold, and mixed
%D normal|/|bold math. Since not everyone has the Lucida on his|/|her
%D machine we don't show the result.
%D
%D \starttyping
%D \setupformulas
%D   [method=bold]
%D
%D \definetypeface [mainface] [rm] [serif]    [lucida] [default] [encoding=texnansi]
%D \definetypeface [mainface] [tt] [mono]     [lucida] [default] [encoding=texnansi]
%D \definetypeface [mainface] [ss] [sans]     [lucida] [default] [encoding=texnansi]
%D \definetypeface [mainface] [mm] [math]     [lucida] [default] [encoding=texnansi]
%D \definetypeface [mainface] [mm] [bfmath]   [lucida] [default] [encoding=texnansi]
%D
%D \definetypeface [boldmath] [rm] [serif]    [lucida] [default] [encoding=texnansi]
%D \definetypeface [boldmath] [tt] [mono]     [lucida] [default] [encoding=texnansi]
%D \definetypeface [boldmath] [ss] [sans]     [lucida] [default] [encoding=texnansi]
%D \definetypeface [boldmath] [mm] [boldmath] [lucida] [default] [encoding=texnansi]
%D
%D \switchtobodyfont[mainface]
%D
%D \startlines
%D $\mainface x=10 \Gamma \Delta \alpha \delta \zeta$
%D $\boldmath x=10 \Gamma \Delta \alpha \delta \zeta$
%D \stoplines
%D
%D \startformula
%D   x=12=\fontbody  \Gamma \Delta \alpha \delta \zeta
%D \stopformula
%D
%D \startformula[mainface]
%D   x=12=\fontbody  \Gamma \Delta \alpha \delta \zeta
%D \stopformula
%D
%D \startformula[boldmath]
%D   x=12=\fontbody  \Gamma \Delta \alpha \delta \zeta
%D \stopformula
%D
%D \startformula[boldmath,8pt]
%D   x=8=\fontbody  \Gamma \Delta \alpha \delta \zeta
%D \stopformula
%D
%D \startformula[boldmath,12pt,small]
%D   x=12s=\fontbody  \Gamma \Delta \alpha \delta \zeta
%D \stopformula
%D
%D \startformula[boldmath,small]
%D   x=s=\fontbody  \Gamma \Delta \alpha \delta \zeta
%D \stopformula
%D
%D \startformula[boldmath,10pt]
%D   x=10=\fontbody  \Gamma \Delta \alpha \delta \zeta
%D \stopformula
%D
%D \startformula[boldmath,11pt,small]
%D   x=11s=\fontbody  \Gamma \Delta \alpha \delta \zeta
%D \stopformula
%D
%D \startformula[boldmath,9pt]
%D   x=9=\fontbody \Gamma \Delta \alpha \delta \zeta
%D \stopformula
%D
%D \startlines
%D \formula{1=2x}
%D \formula[boldmath]{1=2x}
%D \formula[mainface]{1=2x}
%D \formula[mainface]{1 \theta \Gamma = \bfm 1 \beta \hbox{\sl test}\Gamma \alpha ' x x}
%D \formula[mainface]{1 \theta \Gamma = {\bfm 1 \beta \hbox{\sl test}\Gamma \alpha ' x} x}
%D \stoplines
%D \stoptyping

\unprotect

%D \TEX\ has some hard wired expectations about where to look for
%D certain characters.  This means that we cannot overload the families
%D 0 upto~3. Also, since we use C upto~F  for math as well, we are left
%D with the range 4 upto~B.

\chardef\mrbffam\itfam \edef\c!mrbf{\c!mr\c!bf} \let\hexmrbffam\hexitfam % 4 it
\chardef\exbffam\slfam \edef\c!exbf{\c!ex\c!bf} \let\hexexbffam\hexslfam % 5 sl
\chardef\mibffam\bffam \edef\c!mibf{\c!mi\c!bf} \let\hexmibffam\hexbffam % 6 bf
\chardef\sybffam\nnfam \edef\c!sybf{\c!sy\c!bf} \let\hexsybffam\hexnnfam % 7 nn
\chardef\mabffam\bsfam \edef\c!mabf{\c!ma\c!bf} \let\hexmabffam\hexbsfam % 8 bs
\chardef\mbbffam\bifam \edef\c!mbbf{\c!mb\c!bf} \let\hexmbbffam\hexbifam % 9 bi
\chardef\mcbffam\scfam \edef\c!mcbf{\c!mc\c!bf} \let\hexmcbffam\hexscfam % A sc
\chardef\mdbffam\scfam \edef\c!mdbf{\c!mc\c!bf} \let\hexmdbffam\hexscfam % B tf % tricky

%D The next bunch of code looks horrible and tricky but one has to keep in
%D mind that because \TEX\ makes several passes over the math list we need to
%D make sure that grouping is handled well. Later assignments to a family
%D overload previous ones, the last one counts.

\newtoks \boldmathstrategies
\newtoks \boldsymbstrategies

\appendtoks
  \dosetmathfamily\mrbffam\textface\scriptface\scriptscriptface\c!mrbf\mrfallback
  \dosetmathfamily\mibffam\textface\scriptface\scriptscriptface\c!mibf\empty
  \dosetmathfamily\sybffam\textface\scriptface\scriptscriptface\c!sybf\empty
  \dosetmathfamily\exbffam\textface\textface  \textface        \c!exbf\empty
  \dosetmathfamily\mabffam\textface\scriptface\scriptscriptface\c!mabf\empty
  \dosetmathfamily\mbbffam\textface\scriptface\scriptscriptface\c!mbbf\empty
  \dosetmathfamily\mcbffam\textface\scriptface\scriptscriptface\c!mcbf\empty
\to \boldmathstrategies

\appendtoks
  \dosetskewchar\mifam\defaultskewcharmi
  \dosetskewchar\syfam\defaultskewcharsy
\to \boldmathstrategies

\appendtoks
  \dosetsymbfamily\mrbffam\textface\scriptface\scriptscriptface\c!mrbf
  \dosetsymbfamily\mibffam\textface\scriptface\scriptscriptface\c!mibf
  \dosetsymbfamily\sybffam\textface\scriptface\scriptscriptface\c!sybf
  \dosetsymbfamily\exbffam\textface\textface  \textface        \c!exbf
  \dosetsymbfamily\mabffam\textface\scriptface\scriptscriptface\c!mabf
  \dosetsymbfamily\mbbffam\textface\scriptface\scriptscriptface\c!mbbf
  \dosetsymbfamily\mcbffam\textface\scriptface\scriptscriptface\c!mcbf
\to \boldsymbstrategies

%D Here comes the real mess (due to semi||global settings en multiple
%D passes over the math list once the input is expanded.

\newevery \everyboldfacemath  \relax
\chardef  \boldfacemathmethod \zerocount

\appendtoks
  \ifcase\boldfacemathmethod \else \the\boldmathstrategies \fi
\to \mathstrategies

\appendtoks
  \ifcase\boldfacemathmethod \else \the\boldsymbstrategies \fi
\to \symbstrategies

\appendtoks
  \let\mrfam\mrbffam \let\c!mr\c!mrbf \let\hexmrfam\hexmrbffam
  \let\mifam\mibffam \let\c!mi\c!mibf \let\hexmifam\hexmibffam
  \let\syfam\sybffam \let\c!sy\c!sybf \let\hexsyfam\hexsybffam
  \let\exfam\exbffam \let\c!ex\c!exbf \let\hexexfam\hexexbffam
  \let\mafam\mabffam \let\c!ma\c!mabf \let\hexmafam\hexmabffam
  \let\mbfam\mbbffam \let\c!mb\c!mbbf \let\hexmbfam\hexmbbffam
  \let\mcfam\mcbffam \let\c!mc\c!mcbf \let\hexmcfam\hexmcbffam
\to \everyboldfacemath

\appendtoks
  \let\mathsubfamily\c!bf
\to \everyboldfacemath

\appendtoks
  \synchronizemath \aftergroup\synchronizemath
\to \everyboldfacemath

%D \macros
%D   {boldfacemath, bfm, autoboldfacemath}
%D
%D These are the user commands, with \type {\bfm} being the most comfortable.

\def\boldfacemath    {\ifcase\boldfacemathmethod\else\the\everyboldfacemath\fi}
\def\bfm             {\boldfacemath} % no \let, so that we can redefine
\def\autoboldfacemath{\appendtoks\ifcase\boldfacemathmethod\else\let\bf\boldfacemath\fi\to\everymathematics}

%D We hook this feature into the formula mechanism.

\setupformulas
  [\c!method=\v!normal]

\appendtoks
  \doifelse{\formulaparameter\c!method}\v!bold
    {\chardef\boldfacemathmethod\plusone}
    {\chardef\boldfacemathmethod\zerocount}%
\to \everysetupformulas

%D Of course this only works when bfmath fonts are set up (see example at
%D the top of this file) and bold math is enabled:
%D
%D \starttyping
%D \setupformulas
%D   [method=bold]
%D \stoptyping

\protect \endinput