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|Date:||Mon, 13 Jun 2016 09:55:18 +0000|
The \tweak command cannot be used inside a variable.
Well, the documentation tends to be maintained to a large amount by people not having written the underlying and likely underdocumented code. Often they make experiments, and when those experiments fail, generalize from the results.
Of course that is unfortunate because exactly when it is hard to get things right for obscure and/or technical reasons, the documentation is most necessary.
I think this is what originally happened with
Author: Werner Lemberg address@hidden
Date: Tue Feb 27 09:35:26 2007 +0100
Document Scheme replacement sample for \tweak. Fix node name (it must not contain `.' followed by a space).
and that has survived and inspired code, in particular in connection with
\flageolet, for years. In music expressions, you still need to do
-\tweak so it's not like things have become a whole lot more consistent. One could actually let LilyPond complain with a more educational error message instead, but in this particular case silent acceptance seems not to do much harm. And my preferred end goal would be allowing just
\tweak without preceding
- everywhere but that's really tricky.
[issues:#4891] Simplify "Changing \flageolet mark size" snippet
Created: Sun Jun 12, 2016 11:18 AM UTC by David Kastrup
Last Updated: Sun Jun 12, 2016 10:02 PM UTC
Owner: David Kastrup
Simplify "Changing \flageolet mark size" snippet
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Should this rather be done in the LSR in the first place?
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