[NTG-context] Cyrillic glyphs display problem with standalone ConTeXt distribution under win32

Mikael Persson mickep at gmail.com
Sun May 7 22:32:52 CEST 2006


On 5/7/06, Vladimir Smirnov <smirnoff at spbal.ru> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
>
> I use standalone ConTeXt distribution for win32, mswincontext.zip
> downloaded a week ago, and never got proper cyrillic characters. I get
> latin "character codes" instead: for instance, \cyrillicDJE produces "DJE"
> in the output pdf, but not "Ж". At the same time \Tsedilla (cp1250) makes
> the proper glyph. I found that live ConTeXt at contextgarden.org behaves
> in the similar way. Neither of recommendations/samples at
> http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Russian worked for me. The standalone
> context distribution does contain all necessary fonts and regimes, so
> there must be some deeper problem. Could anyone, please, tell me what is
> going on?
>
> Here is my test.tex. I tried it in utf, cp1251, cp866, all producing the
> similar result.
>
> (this letter must be in koi-8r cyrillic encoding)
>
> \useregime[cp1251]
> \enableregime[cp1251]
> \usetypescript[modern-base][t2a]
> \setupbodyfont[modern]
>
> \starttext
> Это первый документ \ConTeXt!\par
> \Tcedilla\par
> \cyrillicDJE\par
> АБВГДЕЁЖЗИЙКЛМНОПРСТУФХЦЧШЩЬЫЪЭЮЯ
> \stoptext
>

Hi,

this does not really help you, but: I tried your file and the files at
the Russian wiki page, and they did not work with my minimal
installation for linux either. However, they all worked well with
TeXLive 2004 with a not too old ConTeXt version. Since I partly wrote
that wiki page and only tried it with my own TeXLive 2004 it may not
be helping other people too much.

Sorry for not being able to help more. I wish I could...

Mikael P


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