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Re: adding to the LSR

From: Jonathan Kulp
Subject: Re: adding to the LSR
Date: Sun, 26 Apr 2009 20:23:02 -0500
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Chip wrote:
Neil Puttock wrote:
2009/4/26 Chip <address@hidden>:

Hmm, did run into an apparent error - after I click on the Save button I get a pop-up box that says "No output from Lilypond", did I do something wrong?

Probably not. :)

It normally means your snippet is incompatible with the version of
LilyPond being run on LSR (2.10.12) or needs either `Standalone
snippet' or `Large snippet' ticked.  If you still can't get it
working, please post it here and I'll give it the once over.

Thanks Neil,
I have tried with just plain text in the description and selected Standalone and again selected Large and again selected neither of those two options, I've tried with html and plain text, with and without a code sample in the description, choose a directory or no directory, just can't get it to go through.


Below is what I am trying to add to the LSR -

Hi Chip,

I've added your snippet to the repo but had to modify it to get it to work, since I had the same troubles you had. I simplified the musical part drastically, and that's what finally made it compile.

I also left off all of the stuff about changing the parameters of the date format, because it came out as a big jumbled mess. If you'd like to send that part of your description with some html formatting commands I'll be happy to add it back in there. For now I just said the format of the date can be changed according to the parameters found in the date manpage on Linux/Unix systems. I did add <p></p> markup to the first three paragraphs of your description but didn't have time to do that to all of the lines in the date formatting.

You can find the snippet once you're in the database by typing "current" in the title field and clicking "enable filter." The snippet is called "adding the current date to a footer or tagline."



Jonathan Kulp

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