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Re: problem at convert-ly

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: problem at convert-ly
Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2004 14:42:58 +0200
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Roland Goretzki wrote:
Hi at all,

lilypond-2.2.6 freshly installed, I wanted to update an old file named, produced with 2.2.0,
but convert-ly produces a SyntaxWarning.

What does this mean, and is it relevant or not?

A file named with 0 bytes was created, and the original
file was untouched.

address@hidden:~/noten/lilypond-2.2.6$ convert-ly -e --from=2.2.0 /usr/bin/convert-ly:1970: SyntaxWarning: local name 'g' in 'subst'
    shadows use of 'g' as global in nested scope 'lambda'
      def subst (m):
    convert-ly (GNU LilyPond) 2.2.6
Processing `' ... Applying conversions: address@hidden:~/noten/lilypond-2.2.6$
Or can it be, that there are no relevant changes from 2.2.0 to 2.2.6?

Yes, convert-ly for version 2.2.6 shouldn't do any change to a file for
2.2.0. I don't get the same warning here, but it may be due to another
version of Python. What does
python -V


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