|Subject:||Re: Naming output files|
|Date:||Thu, 26 Feb 2009 22:38:53 +0100|
2009/2/26 Reinhold Kainhofer <address@hidden>Here is my solution:It would actually be quite simple to implement: In scm/lily-library.scm in the
print- book-with function, instead of storing the file count as a number in
'output-count, store it in an alist (which is set as the 'output-count parser
variable), with the suffix as key. This way, the counting is per suffix and
we'll automatically not append the number for the first file with a given
I think this would be quite a nice task or a frog, so I'm not coding it
myself, just giving a few pointers... The way to work with the alist (that's
Scheme's idea of a Hash) can be seen e.g. in my counter snippet on LSR:
All you need to do is to use assoc-ref instead of count and ly:parser-define!
(instead of the set! in the counter example) with assoc-set! to set one entry
of the hash / alist. The key for the alist would be the suffix. The rest of
the function doesn't even need to be changed...
(define counter-alist '())
(define (print-book-with parser book process-procedure)
((paper (ly:parser-lookup parser '$defaultpaper))
(layout (ly:parser-lookup parser '$defaultlayout))
(output-count (assoc-ref counter-alist 'output-suffix))
(base (ly:parser-output-name parser))
(output-suffix (ly:parser-lookup parser 'output-suffix)) )
(if (string? output-suffix)
(set! base (format "~a-~a" base (string-regexp-substitute
"[^a-zA-Z0-9-]" "_" output-suffix))))
;; must be careful: output-count is under user control.
(if (not (integer? output-count))
(set! output-count 0))
(if (> output-count 0)
(set! base (format #f "~a-~a" base output-count)))
(set! counter-alist (assoc-set! counter-alist output-suffix (1+ output-count)))
(process-procedure book paper layout base)
I didn't use ly:parser-define! instead of the set! (I couldn't make it to work).
The output-count variable is no more under user control this way.
Please do comment.
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