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Re: abc2ly on Windows XP

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: abc2ly on Windows XP
Date: Tue, 04 Jul 2006 23:58:27 +0200
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Dewdman42 wrote:

well, when running from the same directory as lilypond..why does python need
a complete path when the script is right there in the same directory?  What
you're saying is that python does not look in the current directory...that
it can rather only accept explicit full pathnames for script names..which
seems irregular if you ask me.

Agreed! Sorry, it's late here.


I believe all of this issue could be solved for windows by simply shipping
some BAT wrapper scripts that can be used, such as music2xml.bat which will
then call python with the complete script path...or find the script using
the PATH variable or some such thing..  I am not a guru of Python yet.  Does
Python not possess some env variables for where python scripts are located
or something similar?  Certainly there must be a better mechanism than that
is currently shipping with lilypond for windows.

Search the mailing list archives to learn about some of the
failing attempts to do BAT scripts in the past.


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