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Re: Web page documentation

From: Chip
Subject: Re: Web page documentation
Date: Sat, 20 Nov 2004 00:19:00 -0800
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D Josiah Boothby wrote:
On Fri, 19 Nov 2004, Chip wrote:

I agree. I have it open all the time. BTW, I don't use MS Windows. I do use the online version of the docs, I figure it will be more uptodate than the local copy (which I haven't found anyway).

On Debian, it would be found at:
(which redirects to

I would suspect it exists in about the same place on other systems. If you're using Pedro's lilypond-snapshot, it would be at

On my default install of FreeBSD-5.2 there is a
/usr/share/doc which does not contain any lilypond files or subdirectories. There is also /usr/local/share/lilypond/2.2.2 directory which contains subdirectories or files of dvips, fonts, ls-R, ly, make, ps, python, scm, tex, vim.
And then there is
/usr/local/share/doc/lilypond which contain these files AUTHORS.txt, INSTALL.txt, NEWS.txt, README.txt. Then there is /usr/local/info/lilypond and /usr/local/lib/lilypond and /usr/local/share/examples all of which do not contain the docs.
Thats it.

I prefer the html format because it loads more quickly, and I don't really want to print out 241 pages when I will probably only read about 70 or 80 of them.


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