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Le 01/10/2009 20:45, Patrick McCarty disait :
On 2009-10-01, Jean-Charles Malahieude wrote:
In fact, it was on a fresh local clone of the master branch as of
Reinhold's "Fix killCues ..." patch dated 2009-09-30 15:44:45. I
never did a 'test-baseline' before.
Would you like me to clean everything, rewind to 4c5a581ca, make a
test-baseline (and save the logs), and then rebuild as of a clean
current master? I'm available for the next 5 hours, going forward
on my translation process (in a separate directory/clone)...
Sure, I think that would be helpful.
OK. Here is what I've done :
1.1- open a gitk window to obtain what was the commit message to the
commit preceding 4c5a581ca (lilypond-book: Change md5 hashing strategy).
It was labeled "Docs: LM 3.3: Clarify \score and \new Score"
posted by Trevor on the 28th of September.
1.2- browse on savannah to find commit
"Docs: LM 3.3: Clarify \score and \new Score"
1.3- click on the "snapshot" link to download a gzipped repository of
Lily-master to that point.
1.4- uncompress that archive, run "autogen.sh" and "make test-baseline"
in the new created directory. Nothing is hurting me...
2.1- clone a freshly updated master repository (as of my Doc-fr oops)
2.2- run "autogen.sh" and "make test-baseline" on it. Nothing hurts.
I've saved the logs. Do you want anything else?
I'm now building the documentation on master, and will save the logs...