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Re: Two possible bugs when dealing with Automatic note splitting

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: Two possible bugs when dealing with Automatic note splitting
Date: Wed, 02 Oct 2013 20:09:16 +0200
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"Phil Holmes" <address@hidden> writes:

>> Bugs.  Regressions.  In 2.16.0, everything looks fine except for the
>> repeated forced accidentals (those have always been overlooked, I
>> guess).
>> Bug squad, can you file the original report and the examples?  And can
>> people who have some version of 2.17 installed narrow this in some more?
>> I don't really fancy bisecting all the way from 2.16.
>> -- 
>> David Kastrup
> It was between 2.17.4 and 2.17.9 - I don't have the intervening
> versions installed.

It's 2.17.2.

6c98920d868524eee3e809578ad4389d409a566a is the first bad commit
commit 6c98920d868524eee3e809578ad4389d409a566a
Author: Mike Solomon <address@hidden>
Date:   Mon Sep 10 08:53:09 2012 +0200

    Avoids script-tie collisions
    Ties are now issued at their correct beginning time step and
    are suicided if they are ultimately unused.  This allows the
    Script_engraver to acknowledge them at the correct timestep and
    register them as supports for the side-position-interface.

:040000 040000 ec4bcbb1fb06bceb3e902f4716a37e0219857011 
2441130dcb35fd0cfc4bed7e5c5e980862e4a834 M      input
:040000 040000 d6bf3f5b36a91f18517db1aed64ad71ed02b8397 
84ace5a143d17a09e4f0cd8b087343fc9cc8dcfc M      lily

David Kastrup

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