|Subject:||Re: Saving a file in Utf-8|
|Date:||Sun, 29 May 2005 17:01:41 -0500|
dax2 wrote on
Sun, 29 May 2005 02:45:34
>I thing you need to use plain text files. UTF-8 is the same as
>multi-byte international character set.
>If you need UTF-8, find out whether your Latex and Lilypond
>program set supports UTF-8. Otherwise you can use for example
>Latin-1 with Lilypond and company.
>As a rule of thumb, do some research before posting a question,
>or wait until you feel almost desperate;-)
>From your posting quoted above it seems to me that you need
>some basic guidance into character set handling.
I know I need lots of guidance in character set handling, being new at all of this, but I have learned a lot in the past few months. Sometimes I feel almost desperate because my project has been on hold for months because I need characters like and in a different font. That's why I am anxiously waiting for version 2.6.
But the main reason I wrote to the message board is because of another posting I read...
On 26.05.2005, at 11:31, Han-Wen Nienhuys wrote:
Dear all, I'm uploading 2.5.26. This release has a couple of small bugfixes.LilyPond 2.6.0 will be out Real Soon Now, so check if there are any critical problems left in this release.
I thought perhaps the developers might find my observations useful, and I was just trying to help out.
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