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Re: retrograding with convert-ly

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: retrograding with convert-ly
Date: Sun, 15 Jul 2012 09:30:02 +0200
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Colin Hall <address@hidden> writes:

> On Sat, Jul 14, 2012 at 05:52:09AM -0700, Eluze wrote:
>> I just applied convert-ly to a file which contained \version
>> "2.15.41" - now the version is "2.15.40"!
> Thanks for the report, Eluze.
> Did you run the version of convert-ly released with Lilypond 2.15.41?

If it has upgraded to "2.15.40", it could not have been all that old.

> This sounds like a concrete bug to me. Is that also your opinion?
> Please confirm whether you expect a bug report to be created in
> response to this, or not.

Would need a concrete example/evidence, I think.  Running current
convert-ly -ed on a file just containing the line

\version "2.15.41"

does not cause any change here.  Neither does running it with a line

\version "2.15.45"

(just to be sure to be in the future with respect to convert-ly).

David Kastrup

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