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Carl D. Sorensen
Sat, 25 Apr 2009 14:16:36 -0600
Looks great, Marc! *Very* nicely done.
On 4/25/09 4:06 AM, "Marc Hohl" <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello tablature users*,
> 3) some more tunings are defined:
> (yes I know, the already defined "bass-tuning" is the same as my
> "bass-four-string-tuning", but
> as I write music for various basses, this is easier to read at first
As your comment indicates, you will want to move these to
scm/output-lib.scm. When you are up to speed on git, please do so.
Once you send me a patch, I'll check it and push to git, and it will become
part of LilyPond.
Oh, by the way, you will want to make a standard LilyPond comment block at
the top of the file -- see existing files for a pattern.
> 4) commandos for palm mute playing and dead notes are supported (palm
> mute is not a tablature-specific
> issue, but as electric guitar players use tablature and often play
> palm mute, I think this is ok).
> At first I thought of using \x for dead notes, but in other threads
> \x is used for almost everything,
> so I leave it to the user to say x = \deadNotes and use \x for faster
> typing myriads of dead notes :-)
This is exactly the right thing to do. LilyPond defined functions should
always be descriptive. If users want the convenience of defining a
shortcut, it's quite easy to do so.
> Yet again, I would like to thank Carl for his great help and patience,
> and as far as I can see now,
> making contributions to lilypond is easier than one might think, there
> are a lot of people outside
> willing to help you, if you are willing to bring lilypond further on, so
> give it a try!
You're very welcome. It's always a pleasure to help somebody who is
learning to contribute!
- tablature.ly, Marc Hohl, 2009/04/25
- Re: tablature.ly, Graham Percival, 2009/04/25
- Re: tablature.ly,
Carl D. Sorensen <=
- Re: tablature.ly, Neil Puttock, 2009/04/26
- Re: tablature.ly, Marc Hohl, 2009/04/30
- Re: tablature.ly, Carl D. Sorensen, 2009/04/30
- Re: tablature.ly, Neil Puttock, 2009/04/30