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Re: wrong type argument

From: Alexander Kobel
Subject: Re: wrong type argument
Date: Mon, 10 Aug 2009 18:28:13 +0200
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Stefan Thomas wrote:
Dear Alexander,
I still have this strange error-message.
The strange thing is:
At the moment, it works, but if I compile the whole piece, I get problems, and nothing is compiled. I send You the score (as a zip-file, because it consists of many parts), maybee You ore someone else can find a reason.


You're right, that's quite a bit of stuff.

I spent some time trying to find an error, but couldn't really understand what's going on.

First of all, take care of your include paths when sending something to the list (i. e., keep the directory structure of your local system inside the archive as well), if you really can't manage to cut the stuff down to a single file.

After fixing this, the version you sent compiled fine here (using 2.12.1), so I included the coupletA parts as well and got your error. I added the line
  \override Accidental #'avoid-slur = #'inside
before any music in toeneCoupletArechts and obenrechtsCoupletAweiter, and the file compiled. Don't know if the output is what you expected, but well - who knows that... :-)

Strange thing is, I grepped where you tweak something s. t. the default 'avoid-slur setting gets lost - but could not find anything. "So I'll remove the symptom, but not ... the cause", to cite Mr. Frank'n'Furter... ;-)

I have no idea where this transposition warning is caused. I grepped your project for occurences of transpose and similar, but could not find anything which looks obviously wrong to me. On the other hand, I don't know anything about microtonal music at all. May be that's why I'm missing something here.

           warning: cannot find or create new `Dynamics'
           warning: cannot find or create new `Pedal'
           programming error: (de)crescendo on items with specified volume.

These warnings seem to be caused by the MIDI output. I suggest that you take out the \midi {} from your score and add another score just for MIDI, which does neither contain the \layout {} block nor layout commands. (See the "Piano template with centered dynamics" in the snippet list for an example.)

Well, that's it; I'm afraid I probably cannot further investigate and help on this one.


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