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Re: LilyPond 2.1.2 released

From: Han-Wen Nienhuys
Subject: Re: LilyPond 2.1.2 released
Date: Sat, 20 Dec 2003 00:07:11 +0100

followup to lilypond-devel

address@hidden writes:
>                Hi Han-Wen,
> I am rebuilding Pedro's Debian packages, as usual.  However,
> a dear user missed the lilypond.vim file last time.  It is
> definitely not contained in any Debian packages.  May I ask
> you to check whether it is actually installed by the vanilla
> build system?  I can't really see through that complicated

It's in the .tar.gz , it's not installed by default. You should take
up this issue with your Favorite Package Maintainer (tm).

> jungle.  In the previous release one could also find a
> lilypond.wordlist.vim or similar; it is also gone now.  I
> have no idea what these files are, when they were missed
> from the the previous package, I simply mailed them to the
> requesting person, and that was it.  Could you enlighten me,
> please?

I think they're generated now.

> As a side note, lily/parser.yy #includes <stdio.h> twice,
> while lily/ does not #include <ctype.h> at all.
> Are these bugs?


> By the way, I am reaching the point where most of the time I
> can make Lily do what I want, and what's more, the solution
> starts to seem natural... :)  I have the feeling that the
> tutorial/user manual goes a bit too far in hiding the
> momentarily unnecessary background, making the 'second step'
> very hard to make.  Would it be possible to add some small
> print here and there?

Sure it's possible, but we have to be careful with making the tutorial
too complex. Too much trees will obscure the forest; I'd rather have
the second step in some manual parts that follow the tutorial.

Any ideas?


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