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Re: lilypond-book

From: Erik Sandberg
Subject: Re: lilypond-book
Date: Mon, 11 Oct 2004 19:48:18 +0200
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Citerar Mats Bengtsson <address@hidden>:

> Of course, I should have cross-posted already the previous email to
> bug-lilypond.
> I just came to think of yet another possible solution, namely to
> mimic the \verb command in LaTeX and let the user himself find a
> character to use as start and end of the example that's not included
> in the LilyPond snippet. Simply take the first character after
> \lilypond as the delimiter. Examples that would work then:
> \lilypond+\relative c'{c d e f}+
> \lilypond' c^+ d e f '
> \lilypond{c d e f{
> Of course, the final example looks ridiculous, but it's kind of logical
> anyway, once you've grasped the main idea.

It could be a good idea to force (or at least recommend) using $ in this case,
\lilypond $c d e f$
because $ isn't used in lily, & it also looks nice as a language delimiter
within LaTeX code.


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