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I noticed that libertine, at least as I load it, does not convert --- to –

Consider this MWE

\definefontfamily[libertine][rm][Linux Libertine O]
\setupbodyfont[libertine,serif]
\starttext
\input ward
\switchtobodyfont[modern,serif]
\input ward
\stoptext

mwe after compilation What should I do to have --- typeset as — ?

PS: this MWE loads libertine as I expect it to do in my system, but doesn't with conTeXt live.

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  • Cannot reproduce (screenshot). Are you using the latest beta? – Henri Menke Feb 28 '19 at 20:33
  • Try maybe \definefontfamily[libertine][rm][Linux Libertine O][features=default] – Henri Menke Feb 28 '19 at 20:33
  • BTW, there is already a libertine typescript bundled with ConTeXt, so this code just works. – Henri Menke Feb 28 '19 at 20:36
  • @Henri Menke. Your code solves the problem. Can you turn it into an answer? Could you btw point me where I can find bundled typescripts name? Some are listed here, wiki.contextgarden.net/Fonts_in_LuaTeX but libertine isn't. – sztruks Feb 28 '19 at 21:43
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    You can find all typescript definitions in the type-imp- files in $TEXMFCONTEXT/tex/context/fonts/mkiv – Henri Menke Feb 28 '19 at 21:50
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For some reason in your installation the default font features don't seem to be passed. This can be easily solved by passing it explicitly in the fourth argument:

\definefontfamily[libertine][rm][Linux Libertine O][features=default]

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