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Re: time-signature-single-digit.ly and time-signature-single-digit.ly do

From: Masamichi HOSODA
Subject: Re: time-signature-single-digit.ly and time-signature-single-digit.ly don't have \version
Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2015 19:59:20 +0900 (JST)

> No need to wait: as I said, I already pushed the fix myself.  Next time,
> it would be nice if you provided a patch by calling "git format-patch".
> That way, we get your commit message as well and the patch is pretty
> sure to apply (using "git am" instead of "git apply") and you have less
> trouble when rebasing your own branch on master since Git then
> recognizes that the commit/patch is already there.

Thank you.
Next time, I'll try it.

> Huh.  I had the impression OpenDarwin is dead anyway.  If we have an
> actively maintained and free Darwin version, it would of course be nice
> if we could support it with an installer from us, but only if we
> actually expect people to use our installer.  I think that probably few
> people use our GNU/Linux installer, and it is not clear whether anybody
> actually uses our FreeBSD installer (rather than compile himself or use
> the version of LilyPond packaged by FreeBSD).
> But I think PureDarwin/OpenDarwin are a problem for later: I don't think
> we supported them in 2.19.15, so it would be important to get 2.19.16
> out first with the currently supported platforms before trying something
> new.

I don't want PureDarwin / OpenDarwin corresponding lilypond.

I want to test the Mac version lilypond. I didn't have Mac.
On the other hand, Darwin is the core components and subset of Mac OS X.
Therefore, I thought that it could be used as Max OS X substitutes.

However, lilypond requires Carbon that are not included in Darwin.
It is included only Mac OS X.
I found that Darwin could not be used as Mac OS X substitutes.

So, I've been prepared Mac.
And, I've tested darwin-x86::lilypond that I've build by gcc-4.9.2.
In the results, the following command is succeed:

$ ./lilypond

Correct messages is shown.
However, the following command is failed:

$ ./lilypond test.ly

I've found some issues.
Now, I'm trying to fix them.

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