|Subject:||Re: Emmentaler & friends|
|Date:||Tue, 15 Jan 2019 10:15:40 +0100|
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Am 15.01.19 um 01:06 schrieb Andrew Bernard:
But these people also point out that the most "unstable" thing about the development releases is the syntax. If you use them you have to be ready to *occasionally* change minor things in the input files, but only in the relatively rare cases where you stumble over them and the really rare cases where convert-ly may not be able to fix them.
From my experience this has no real practical penalty, the only area where I would consider this important would be if you provide some sort of infrastructure where you might want to rely on long-term stability of the syntax, like a web service or an editing infrastructure (and yes, we do have this as an issue in Frescobaldi development that officially supports the "latest stable release" of LilyPond.
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