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Re: Issue 163 in lilypond: huge (ugly) slur (both phrasing and normal)

From: Graham Percival
Subject: Re: Issue 163 in lilypond: huge (ugly) slur (both phrasing and normal)
Date: Thu, 23 Jun 2011 14:19:01 +0100
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.20 (2009-06-14)

On Thu, Jun 23, 2011 at 06:48:47AM -0600, Colin Campbell wrote:
> On 11-06-23 05:46 AM, Graham Percival wrote:
> >On Wed, Jun 22, 2011 at 06:52:43PM -0600, Colin Campbell wrote:
> >>On 11-06-22 05:47 AM, Dmytro O. Redchuk wrote:
> >>>I would start with this:
> >Looks great; Colin, could you add that to the CG in the Issues
> >chapter?
> That's Dmytro's script, Graham!  My bash-fu is still at an early stage.

Ah, sorry, my punctuation was too confusing.

Dmytro: looks great.
Colin: add this to the CG (since Dmytro isn't trained in making

> > Most bug reports are short and don't have a tagline
> >defined, so you want to trim the existing one.  If a bug report
> >explicitly adds a tagline="abcd", then it would be good to not
> >trim that one.  (if the tagline= is not relevant to the bug, then
> >the bug report should be rejected because it's not Tiny)
> A problem arises when, as I suspect, the default behaviour is
> tagline = ##t, even when not explicitly stated in the \header block.
> IOW, the absence of "tagline = " doesn't mean absence of a tagline.
> The presence of the tagline means convert must include the entire
> page in the trimmed area, which defeats the purpose of the trim.

I suspect that you're confusing yourself, or at least certainly
me?  The script produces a small png for:
  \relative c' { c4 }

That's what we want.  Do you see a large png for a Tiny example?
If so, please give the Tiny example which causes the large png, so
that we can fix that.

As far as I know, any example containing an explicit
  \header{ tagline =
either requires the tagline to be present to demonstrate the bug,
or else the example is not Tiny.

This is for the bug squad, not random users.  Screw the users; I
only care about volunteers.  :)    If you're interested in
improving things for random users, great, but that's a separate
issue from the helping-the-bug-squad work.

- Graham

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