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Re: strange conversion

From: David Raleigh Arnold
Subject: Re: strange conversion
Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2003 07:04:51 -0400

On Wednesday 24 September 2003 08:30 pm, Graham Percival wrote:
> On Thu, 25 Sep 2003 00:59:11 +0200
> ario <address@hidden> wrote:
> > So I wanted to convert a file, which has the statement
> > \version "1.6.10" in it, using
> -snip-
> > \version "1.7.28"
> >
> > How come???
> There were no syntax changes between version 1.7.28 and 1.8.0, so
> LilyPond merely printed the number of the version for the last change
> it made.
> That said, it might be nicer if it printed the number of its current
> version to avoid this confusion.  I can't think of any downside to
> changing that behaviour, but I'll need to check with Han and/or Jan.
> Cheers,
> - Graham

I was wondering about that, thanks.  Might I request adding the
number of the current version but not removing the version
of the last change?  A comment would not only be easier to
do but more reassuring if not more useful.

% Last change version.  Current version is "n-n-n":
\version "n-n-n"


Br`er Fox told Br`er Rabbit that the Tar Baby had dissed him, and Fox 
made a
dummy out of tar and put him in Rabbit's path.  When the Tar Baby 
failed to
return a civil greeting, Rabbit punched him with a right, a left, both 
feet and
butted him with his forehead.  Along came Br`er Fox who saw that he was
thoroughly "stuck up".  Br`er Fox is much smarter than Br`er Rabbit, 
and in
spite of all Rabbit's pleas for help, no one is going to unstick him 
and throw
him in the briar patch, so now Br`er Fox is liesurely eating Rabbit's 
D. Raleigh Arnold dra@ address@hidden

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