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Re: [Request/Bounty] Accordion push and pull symbols

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: [Request/Bounty] Accordion push and pull symbols
Date: Mon, 19 Jul 2010 14:18:25 +0200
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David Kastrup <address@hidden> writes:

> Carl Sorensen <address@hidden> writes:
>> But here are the new names I'd propose:
>> accDot --> dot
>> accDiscant --> discant
>> accFreebase --> freeBass
>> accStdbase --> stdBass
>> accBayanbase --> bayanBass
>> accOldEE --> oldEE
>> Do these make sense?
> So ok, can agree with your proposal.  However, looking through the
> other glyph names, I see no examples for CamelCase for the purpose of
> word separation.  For the sake of consistency, I'd just drop all the
> CamelCase.  About oldEE I can't say since I don't really know that
> symbol.

Ping?  I'd like to work eventually on some accordion notation support,
and I'd hate to make things harder for you with merge conflicts.  It
would appear that you have something worth committing in your output
queue.  Also it might make for vacation money...

All the best,

David Kastrup

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