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[PATCH] should it be @code{\\addInstrumentDefinition} ?

From: Mark Polesky
Subject: [PATCH] should it be @code{\\addInstrumentDefinition} ?
Date: Sat, 6 Jun 2009 16:41:21 -0700 (PDT)

In a patch I submitted some days ago...;a=blobdiff;f=ly/;h=1910975f7fdc81ff7e3632d766f396a631f62f06;hp=2dded22e3d77acd2b2dbcab500d6a01a5f893be9;hb=269248a11ada074066deb061d64df70ee7b4deec;hpb=53c3276a6d56cf8866f7f813d8b53f639bd6b073

I made this change in


Though the docs haven't been updated since, I see
now that the change has made it to Reinhold's docs:

However, the \a is still showing up as a control character 0x07,
which I'm assuming means "alarm"? It's listed as "bell" here:

The html source also reads (with character 0x07 after <code>):

So, I'm sorry for the misstep, but I don't see why this happens.
By comparison, I grepped for @code{\a and found this example in
user/vocal.itely, line 168:

by the keyword @code{\lyricmode}, or by using @code{\addlyrics} or

which looks fine in the docs:

Can someone explain why it works in one file but not in the other?
I can patch a fix, but I'm not sure the right way to do it. I'm
guessing it's as simple as this:


And if it is, here's the patch.

- Mark


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