# Minion Pro problem on ConTeXt [closed]

EDIT: The problem seems to be solved now. (I've had a test with version 2019.02.14 16:57)

I am having a rather strange problem using Minion Pro with ConTeXt. The following example breaks at {\em Gesammelte Schriften}. There are some lines that I can comment out in order to make the example run, but obviously I really should define the main language. Using the same example with other fonts works just fine. (Note that the font feature definitions were copied from pandoc's context template.)

\mainlanguage[de] % comment this line out and it should work with Minion Pro as well

\definefontfeature[default][default][script=latn, protrusion=quality, expansion=quality, itlc=yes, textitalics=yes, onum=yes, pnum=yes] % comment this line out and it should work with Minion Pro as well
\definefontfeature[smallcaps][script=latn, protrusion=quality, expansion=quality, smcp=yes, onum=yes, pnum=yes]
\setupalign[hz,hanging]
\setupitaliccorrection[global, always] % comment this line out and it should work with Minion Pro as well

%\definefontfamily[mainface][rm][Linux Libertine O] % works
\definefontfamily[mainface][rm][Minion Pro] % breaks at {\em Gesammelte Schriften}

\setupbodyfontenvironment[default][em=italic] % use italic as em, not slanted
\setupbodyfont[mainface,11pt]

\starttext

Adorno, Theodor {\em Gesammelte Schriften}, % comment this line out and it should work with Minion Pro as well

Ernst Bloch {\em Werkausgabe},

Karl Marx und Friedrich Engels {\em Werke}

Friedrich Nietzsche {\em Kritische Studienausgabe}
\stoptext


## closed as off-topic by Henri Menke, Mensch, Raaja, Stefan Pinnow, marmotFeb 13 at 6:05

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• works fine for me. What do you mean by breaking? – Ulrike Fischer Dec 30 '18 at 22:17
• Compilation stops after the problematic line. Error messages: "Tex error" and "attempt to compare number with nil". – Denis Dec 30 '18 at 22:24
• I tried with a current context standalone. I would recommend that you use that too - context develops rather fast, and the texlive version is quite outdated. – Ulrike Fischer Dec 30 '18 at 22:29
• Hm, I can actually reproduce. Here is a slightly more minimal example termbin.com/9m1s7 – Henri Menke Dec 31 '18 at 0:18
• I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because this seems to be fixed in the latest beta. – Henri Menke Feb 13 at 3:52