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Re: [Feature request] attach lilypond code in pdf.

From: Jean-Charles Malahieude
Subject: Re: [Feature request] attach lilypond code in pdf.
Date: Mon, 09 Jul 2012 12:58:53 +0200
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Le 09/07/2012, Phil Holmes disait :

I'm a pretty much new user of lilypond and I have an idea for a
almost dummy new feature: automatically attach lilypond code in
pdf. With pdf files it is possible to attach a file into it.

What a great idea!

the basic function in LilyPond is given with

\include "test.ly" \markup \verbatim-file #"test.ly"

now I don't know what you mean with automatically - should it be
attached every time? on a new page, in another (pdf) file?

or did you mean something else?


I do think this would do what the user wants, if we did not need to
put the filename in explicitly. Is there any way of getting the
filename into a variable?

It might be OK when _one_ score means _one_ file.
I see a problem when you deal with a full book and, for instance, have 646 files spread in 53 folders. You should then enclose an archive of the tree.


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