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Re: lyluatex and HarfBuzz (was: Complex/Large Lilypond projects and buil

From: Urs Liska
Subject: Re: lyluatex and HarfBuzz (was: Complex/Large Lilypond projects and build automation)
Date: Sun, 08 Dec 2019 17:10:08 +0100
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Am 8. Dezember 2019 12:57:38 MEZ schrieb Rembrandt Wolpert <address@hidden>:
>Sorry, I didn't receive your replies, maybe because I seem to have lost
>subscription to this list, but I am back on now...
>Here's my environment:
>I am on an up-to-date (08-12-1919) texlive system installed on a Mac
>High Sierra.
>My LilyPond tells me that it is GNU LilyPond 2.19.83.
>"Coming upgrade" should be perhaps update? my misnomer; it refers to
>announcement that from texlive 2020 luatex (and with it lualatex,
>luajittex,...) will be luahbtex/luahblatex. Updates in texlive via
>already perform all the necessary formatting etc. 
>On Macs luahblatex is called (until texlive 2020 becomes official) as
>lualatex-dev. The present version I use is:
>This is LuaHBTeX, Version 1.11.2 (TeX Live 2020/dev) 
>2019.12.5)  7 DEC 2019 23:05
> system commands enabled.
>there is no surprise that 
>| This is LuaTeX, Version 1.10.0 (TeX Live 2019)  (format=lualatex
>does not work: the [Renderer=...] option did not yet exist in LuaTeX
>luaotfload from version 3.1 (TeXLive 2019, 10.11.2019) already supports
>the Renderer options `Harfbuzz`, `OpenType`, `AAT`, and `Graphite`
>luahbtex (not under luatex-without-the-hb)
>texlive updates include now the "-dev" versions for the "upcoming
>(to texlive 2020)" (as in latex-dev, pdflatex-tex, lualatex-dev,...)
>The reason why I am using the development version is because my book
>many hundreds of musical notations (longer ones and snippets) will
>definitely be after texlive 2020 comes out, and my *text* benefits from
>the case of non-Western scripts, requires...) the use of the
>The "minimal" example was compiled with:
>bash>  lualatex-dev --shell-escape lyminimal.tex
>setting: \setmainfont[Renderer=Harfbuzz]{TeX Gyre Schola} fails
>setting: \setmainfont{TeX Gyre Schola} succeeds.
>Using lilypond-book and then compiling with lualatex-dev and
>\setmainfont[Renderer=Harfbuzz]{TeX Gyre Schola} succeeds.
>It is the "Renderer=..."-option which throws lyluatex, regardless of
>chosen engine. Any other traditional options are fine. (E.g. a
>"\setmainfont[Microtype,ItalicFont={Trinite No2 Italic Cond},
>                   BoldFont={Trinite No2 Roman Cond}]{Trinite No2 Roman
>Glad to give any other information I can - lyluatex really simplified
>life enormously! Thank you for it! And I'd like to stick with it!

Ok, with this information I can try to reproduce the issue and start looking at 
the Lua errors.


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