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Re: Problem building doc section without built LilyPond

From: Trevor Daniels
Subject: Re: Problem building doc section without built LilyPond
Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2013 14:10:30 +0100

Urs, you wrote Monday, April 15, 2013 5:07 PM

> OK, what the heck:
> Here is a patch trying to fix the lilypond-book issue in doc-section.sh, 
> along with a comment in the CG.
> If I have time I'll look into the other BUILD_DIRECTORY dependencies.
> And if you can confirm my impression I would also make a patch removing 
> cg-section.sh and the reference in the CG.

I applied this patch and tried to execute the script within the Bash shell
of MinGW under Windows Vista, with this result:

address@hidden ~/lilypond-git (urs-lilypond-book)
$ scripts/auxiliar/doc-section.sh notation pitches
$LILYPOND_GIT was not set; auto-detected source tree at 
$BROWSER not set; using firefox as default
/c/Users/Trevor/lilypond-git/build did not exist; check your setting of 

I don't have a LilyPond build directory under Windows, of course.

It's several years since I looked at this, but the script now is quite
unrecognisable from the one I wrote originally for Windows.  It seems
it's been hijacked to work under Linux without concern for Windows
users.  I guess that's the reason I use my own script now.

Not sure how we proceed.  The default location of lilypond-book
under Windows Vista is
C:/Program Files/LilyPond/usr/bin/lilypond-book.py


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