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

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: Fwd: [Feature request] attach lilypond code in pdf.
Date: Mon, 09 Jul 2012 14:30:03 +0200
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-Eluze <address@hidden> writes:

> Phil Holmes-2 wrote:
>>> 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?
>>> Eluze
>> 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?
> there is a snippet that derives the filename from the command line: 
> http://lsr.dsi.unimi.it/LSR/Item?id=197 File Information  but it doesn't
> work with 2.15.41 and also for 2.14.2 the filename may not have blanks.

What's wrong with using input-file-name ?  This should work for the main
input file.  If you need more than that, you can likely work with
something like

#(read-hash-extend #\< (lambda (c p) (port-filename p)))

#(display #<)

This will not work before 2.15.twentyish (when I decided that the
terrible error messages for Scheme code were not doing anybody a favor,
and made port-filename, port-line, and port-column point to sensible

David Kastrup

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