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Re: lilypond-book filename fragment option

From: Han-Wen Nienhuys
Subject: Re: lilypond-book filename fragment option
Date: Tue, 1 Jun 2004 20:12:27 +0200

address@hidden writes:
> > > then used "xyzzy" as the basename for the whole process (.ly .tex .dvi
> > > .eps .png etc).  This patch saved my project, since python was choking on
> > > the size of my source file.  I had to break it into smaller pieces for
> >
> > lilypond-book in 2.2 will not choke on long files, if you break them
> > in parts using \include.  Why do you need extra features, then?
> Translation: lilypond-book still chokes on long files.  The workaround is
> to break them in parts using \include.

Can you provide an example of a file that chokes 2.2 lilypond-book ?

> Unfortunately that workaround doesn't work for large html files.
> I would have thought the benefit of non-random filenames would be
> self-evident, and I provided an example of when it was specifically
> needed.

I know, but I prefer to solve the underlying problem if possible.


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