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Re: parser variables persist beyond { } scope

From: Mark Polesky
Subject: Re: parser variables persist beyond { } scope
Date: Fri, 31 Jul 2009 12:51:06 -0700 (PDT)

Trevor Daniels wrote:

> No, I don't think this is a *common* error.
> I've never seen it mentioned on -user.  And
> it's too obscure for the LM anyway.
> What we could do is add a full explanation of
> parser (or global) variables in NR 6.8 "Difficult
> tweaks", together with your warning, and reference
> that from each of the examples in the docs that
> uses them.  This accords with the established
> style of the NR.  Your handy lists, below, could
> also be included.
> If you're happy with this, and there are no adverse
> comments over the next couple of days, I'll initiate
> it.  I will need some help from you to hone the text
> though.

I'm okay with it. But I'd like to see what the others think. Am
I correct in thinking that if an object returns #t for this test
from within a .ly file, it qualifies as a "parser variable"?

#(defined? 'object-name)

- Mark


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