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 l : lilypond-user@gnu.org 18 June 2012 • 3:47AM -0400

jaja wrote:
>
> In fact, have my score in *.ly and a fresh MikTeX 2.9 system on my windows
> 7.
> My uttermost problem is that I don't know how to get Lilypond to typeset
> my language (khmer unicode). I've tried the following but lilypond produce
> a pdf which can't be read properly:
>    \markup{\override #'(font-name. "Khmer OS") {"ព្រះជាម្ចាស់"}
> I thought by calling lilypond from Latex would eliminate the problem but
> it seems the same.
> Is lilypond capable of encoding utf-8 of Khmer Unicode because I know
> MikTeX can do this very well.
>

Hello,

Normally, LilyPond is UTF8-capable.

But since your problem related to lilypond-book, I know that lilypond-book
is sensitive to that kind of things, regarding file path for instance. I'm
not able to use letters with accents in the file path of a lilypond-book
file.

Philippe
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