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 Hi Harm Am 19.04.2018 um 23:23 schrieb Thomas Morley: 2018-04-19 16:19 GMT+02:00 Urs Liska :  Hi all, I'm preparing an automated edition process using LuaLaTeX, Pandoc and LilyPond. After some experimentation I have come to the conclusion that I'll have to insert the multi-movement score as a single PDF created by LilyPond (but through lyluatex to make use of caching and the layout mechanics). I first had used lyluatex's facility to include the score's system by system and print all the titles with LaTeX, but this didn't work out - for the first time I realized that lilypond-book-preamble.ly makes the vertical staff-staff spacing as tight as possible, which often makes the page layout pretty bad. Creating the movements separately is not an option either because not all movements will start on a new page. So now I have included a multi-movement score in the LaTeX document and don't know how to add TOC entries (in LaTeX) for the movements. I can see two possible ways, but don't know if they are really possible and if so how to approach them: Is it possible to insert something in the PDF output that LaTeX can pick up as TOC entries? (actually I doubt this is possible, but since it would be the easiest way I thought I'd ask anyway) Can I reliably retrieve the current page number of a given score's title block? With that information I could write them to a log file and read that later in LaTeX. TIA Urs PS: I don't know if it matters but the file is produced using ly:book-process etc.   Doesn't http://lilypond.org/doc/v2.19/Documentation/usage-big-page#sharing-the-table-of-contents do what you want?  Thank you, yes, this is what I needed, and finally I got the time to make it work. I must admit I wouldn't have thought about looking in the *usage* manual for that information. On closer inspection of the code I have some questions about it. %%% #(define (oly:create-toc-file layout pages) (let* ((label-table (ly:output-def-lookup layout 'label-page-table))) (if (not (null? label-table)) (let* ((format-line (lambda (toc-item) (let* ((label (car toc-item)) (text (caddr toc-item)) (label-page (and (list? label-table) (assoc label label-table))) (page (and label-page (cdr label-page)))) (format #f "~a, section, 1, {~a}, ~a" page text label)))) (formatted-toc-items (map format-line (toc-items))) (whole-string (string-join formatted-toc-items ",\n")) (output-name (ly:parser-output-name)) (outfilename (format "~a.toc" output-name)) (outfile (open-output-file outfilename))) (if (output-port? outfile) (display whole-string outfile) (ly:warning (_ "Unable to open output file ~a for the TOC information") outfilename)) (close-output-port outfile))))) \paper { #(define (page-post-process layout pages) (oly:create-toc-file layout pages)) } %%%  1) If I see correctly the inner let* will only be evaluated if 'label-page-table has successfully been found and is not empty. If this object is not found or if there are no TOC entries in the file label-table will be an empty list, right? If that's true the (and (list? label-table) ... is redundant, isn't it? 2) Assuming the TOC items are created using \tocItem then it should be guaranteed that there is the same label present as key in both label-table and one of the (toc-items) sublists. So (IISC) several further checks could be removed additionally (or am I missing something?):  (let* ((label (car toc-item)) (text (caddr toc-item)) (page (assoc-ref label-table label)))  should be sufficient? Therefore the whole function could be written as #(define (oly:create-toc-file layout pages) (let* ((label-table (ly:output-def-lookup layout 'label-page-table))) (if (not (null? label-table)) (let* ((format-line (lambda (toc-item) (let* ((label (car toc-item)) (text (caddr toc-item)) (page (assoc-ref label-table label))) (format #f "~a, section, 1, {~a}, ~a" page text label)))) (formatted-toc-items (map format-line (toc-items))) (whole-string (string-join formatted-toc-items ",\n")) (output-name (ly:parser-output-name)) (outfilename (format "~a.toc" output-name)) (outfile (open-output-file outfilename))) (if (output-port? outfile) (display whole-string outfile) (ly:warning (_ "Unable to open output file ~a for the TOC information") outfilename)) (close-output-port outfile)))))  3) I think the inclusion in the TeX TOC can (now?) be done in a simpler way using the catchfile package: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{pdfpages,catchfile} \newcommand\includelilypond[1]{% \begingroup \CatchFileDef\currentlilypondtoc{#1.toc}{} \edef\x{\noexpand\includepdf[pages=-,addtotoc={\currentlilypondtoc}]{#1.pdf}} \expandafter\endgroup\x } \begin{document} \tableofcontents \includelilypond{test} \end{document} (Answer from https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/428239/merge-in-manual-toc-entries-in-a-lualatex-document) There's only one issue: The TOC will create wrong entries when LilyPond's first page number is not 1. So there should actually be an offset in place. How can I read the value of the first-page-number variable to set up this offset? Best Urs Cheers, Harm