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Re: Comments on Learning Manual 3 -- Fundamental concepts

From: Graham Percival
Subject: Re: Comments on Learning Manual 3 -- Fundamental concepts
Date: Sat, 9 Aug 2008 15:42:28 -0700

On Sat, 09 Aug 2008 22:39:09 +0200
Mats Bengtsson <address@hidden> wrote:

> Graham Percival wrote:
> >I disagree.  Shoving \header outside of a \book or \score is a
> >shorthand, and I'd rather keep the "basic" example as basic as
> >(reasonably) possibly.  Also, having a \header on its own will
> >result in it being applied to either the \book or \score -- if we
> >explicitly stick \header inside the \score, there's no ambiguity.
> You miss the point! The problem is that if you do
> \score{
> \relative c'{ c d e f }
> \header{
>   title = "Here's the title, that's never printed."
> }
> }

Are you serious?!

... checks...

oh, ick.  That's terrible. :(  Ok, in that case John's change is
vital.  Unless anybody feels like automagically applying any foo
  \score {\header{ foo="" }}
to the:
  \book { \header{ foo="" }}
as long as there's only one "foo" in the \scores belonging to that
\book, which was what I expected to happen.

- Graham

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