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Tue, 06 Mar 2018 08:22:20 +0100
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Flaming Hakama by Elaine <address@hidden> writes:
> This is a bit confusing since it seems that
> you are saying 2 things:
> 1) If books have a scope of their own, [scopes of explicit books would
> separate from the scope in the implicit book.
> This makes sense, since we'd expect the scopes of books,
> which are siblings, to be distinct.
> But, I don't think that the issue was to use definitions
> from one book in another book. The issue was:
> how do I define variables within a book, to be used
> within that same book.
> However, I don't understand:
> 2) If books have a scope of their own,
> no "global" definitions would be visible in
> explicit books
> I'd rather expect that any book scope
> would be within the global scope,
> so anything defined globally
> would be available within each book.
"global scope" belongs to a book of its own.
>> Unfortunately, there does not appear to be a concept readily
>> consistent with scoping the current book/bookpart design. Because
>> "scope" does not mean "you are defining the variable where you want
>> to use it". A consequence of well-defined scopes is that you can
>> more often do it in that manner without impacting other code. But I
>> haven't seen a good "well-definition" with LilyPond. I am pretty
>> sure that people would protest books not getting to see definitions
>> made "outside" of them. So normal books would have to be nested in
>> the implicit default book like bookparts of the implicit book are.
> This seems backwards from the discussion earlier,
> where the advice was to import your files with variables
> into the global space, not within the bookpart.
Well, it's nice to lead discussions utterly ignoring what LilyPond
actually does. But they are not likely to lead to a tenable path
Re: bookparts, Noeck, 2018/03/12
Re: bookparts, Knut Petersen, 2018/03/05
Re: bookparts, Flaming Hakama by Elaine, 2018/03/05
- Re: bookparts,
David Kastrup <=