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Mon, 29 Aug 2011 11:18:27 +0200
On Aug 28, 2011, at 7:26 PM, Mike Solomon wrote:
> Hey all,
> Just a note to say that the intermittent inconsistencies that I was getting
> in the regtests for beam-slope-stemlet.ly (check out my first e-mail about
> the stem patch under "The Ugly") have come up again in a regtest I recently
> ran. I'm almost 100% positive that this is due to my stem patch. It won't
> crash regtest building, but the results will change intermittently. I will
> make a patch tonight or early tomorrow morning that fixes this.
Just a note to say that I spotted the problem and pushed a fix to master
The old code did not trigger the setting of lengths before the calculation of
tuplet brackets. Now, they are triggered.
In general, for small things like this that come in over the next few days and
that are a result of the recent changes in flags and stems, I will make the
correction on git master if it passes regtests. I do not anticipate, however,
there being any additional problems (meaning that this was the only one that I
ran into intermittently and that I would have scrubbed had it reared its head
during the week before the push to master, which it unfortunately did not).