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Re: Allows glissandi to be continuous at line breaks (issue4273098)

From: Colin Campbell
Subject: Re: Allows glissandi to be continuous at line breaks (issue4273098)
Date: Sun, 27 Mar 2011 21:20:02 -0600
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On 11-03-27 08:26 PM, address@hidden wrote:
On Mar 27, 2011, at 9:53 PM, address@hidden wrote:

On 2011/03/23 00:37:07, MikeSol wrote:
I'm using this is in a piece I'm working on and figured it may be
useful in
LilyPond.  Let me know what you think!
Mike, is this related to issue 663? If not, 'll open an issue to track
it as an enhancement.
It's not related to 663 (I think 663 can be closed...glissandi now are 
breakable over line breaks, no?).  It should get its own issue, then.  Thanks!


Done, Mike, as issue 1578. Also, a small favour (from *all* developers, too!): I'm trying to give Graham a hand by running the basic tests on new patches, and it would be really helpful if you could let me know whether your patches are applied to existing issues, or if they are new and unrelated. There is a big problem with the issue tracker not handling patches and reitveld sucking hugely for tracking issues, so I'm trying to keep them in synch, hoping that issues are kept visible and patches don't get overlooked. Perhaps you could just mention an issue number in the subject of your reitveld posting, or call it "New feature: foo the baz bars" when you are doing new stuff?

You are the most productive developer lately, and I'd like to avoid bogging you and the other developers down in bureaucracy, so if you can give me the hints, I'll look after tying things together for you.

Thanks, Mike

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