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Re: programming error: Rhythmic_req has no duration (Continuing; cross t
Re: programming error: Rhythmic_req has no duration (Continuing; cross thumbs)
Sun, 24 Feb 2002 11:58:57 +0100
> I got a lot of these warnings
> programming error: Rhythmic_req has no duration (Continuing; cross thumbs)
> lines when I try to compile a very big piece of music (my own special
> arrangement of Bach's first violin partita, it's quite big so I don't want to
> send it to the mailing list). After 14 warnings, lily crashes.
> The .ly file consists of four scores, and this crash occurs when the second
> one is compiled, but only if it is the first one first has been compiled
> before (i.e. it works fine if I comment out the first movement).
> The problem has also occured earlier, and use to go away after random
> modifications. So far, it has only happened with big .lys with lots of scores
> in them.
> It happens only with ly2dvi, not when using lilypond directly.
> I'm using lily 1.4.10-1, from the Debian package.
> I know this is a very incomplete bugreport, but I don't know what more
> information you can find relevant. What more would you like to know?
This sounds like the problem we had with Python reducing
the maximum stack size, but that should be solved in 1.4.10.
What Python version do you have installed? I assume you have
sufficient amount of memory and swap on your machine.
Does anyone know of some other resource that could
be limited by Python?