Am Donnerstag, 1. Dezember 2016 um 21:40:25, schrieb Guenter Milde <mi...@users.sf.net> > Dear Kornel, > > > On 2016-12-01, Kornel Benko wrote: > > > Tests with unicodesymbols gave me many errors in iconv part. Debugging > > shows correct values in calls to open_iconv(), still there are > > exception events. My lyx was created using 3rdparty/libiconv, so I > > recompiled without the provided iconv. > > > This version works, here the results of 'ctest -j12 -R unicodesymbols' > > > 99% tests passed, 4 tests failed out of 1034 > ... > > The following tests FAILED: > > 379 - > > export/export/latex/unicodesymbols/005-7-ipa-modifiers-combining_cp437_pdf2 > > (Failed) > > 447 - > > export/export/latex/unicodesymbols/008-greek-and-coptic-with-textalpha_iso8859-6_pdf2 > > (Failed) > > 897 - export/export/latex/unicodesymbols/077-mathops_cp437de_pdf2 > > (Failed) > > 1274 - > > export/export/latex/unicodesymbols/125_152-modifiers-presentation_cp850_pdf2 > > (Failed) > > Errors while running CTest > > Out of these for, only 447 fails here, because I don't have Arabic support > installed (iso8859-6.def file missing).
They all work for me too. The fail reason was parallel test. Retesting the remaining sequential is OK here. > The others work here and (afaik) for Scott. > > 447 is testing Greek with an arabic input encoding, so it would not be an > urgent problem if this did not work. Also, Scott reported it works. > > > > > Can someone on linux check if using 3rdparty/libiconv is a bad idea? > > From your previous posts I suppose that the lower case of the encoding names > is a problem for the 3rdparty iconv. It may be worth testing if this is a > bug or just a more narrow interpretation of the arguments. If libc-iconv > support both cases, we could change the iconv names in lib/languages... > > Günter I was wrong with concluding that uppercase in input-encoding would work. From '-dbg latex', 'CP437' was not found as valid, and therefore 'auto'-encoding was used instead. Kornel
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