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Re: "à" in title makes damaged pdf

From: Federico Bruni
Subject: Re: "à" in title makes damaged pdf
Date: Sun, 24 Feb 2013 22:38:31 +0100
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Il 24/02/2013 21:41, yvand ha scritto:
Le 24/02/2013 19:03, james a écrit :
the problem here is not in lilypond, nor in the file, exactly. The
problem is the character encoding. (You can look up character encoding
on wikipedia if you really want to know more about it.) More to the
point: the best way to help solve your problem would be to know which
program you use to create the lilypond file and then find out how to
enable utf-8 by default in the program.

I don't understand, the problem only occurs with this character and with
this version of lilypond ! (using the title "Lettre à Élise")
I use gedit to write lilypond files, the files are encoded in utf8. I do
not copy the character but I type it (on my keyboard) !
I made other tests, and the problem is not only à, it seems there are
other factors... Indeed "àLettre à Élise" works fine !
Can someone reproduce my problem using my example file ?? (title =
"Lettre à Élise", see below)

Minimal code :

\version "2.16.2"
\header{title = "Lettre à Élise"}

It works fine here:
- debian testing
- lilypond 2.16-2 from lilypond.org

Running the file in verbose mode and pasting the output may help understanding what's happening:

export LANG=C
lilypond -V file.ly


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