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Re: LilyPond 2.1.22 released

From: Werner LEMBERG
Subject: Re: LilyPond 2.1.22 released
Date: Sat, 14 Feb 2004 07:13:29 +0100 (CET)

>    * The syntax for setting properties has been simplified: the
>      following table lists the differences:
>                (old)                           (new)
>           \property A.B = #C                \set A.B = #C
>           \property A.B \unset              \unset A.B
>           \property A.B \set #C = #D        \override A.B #C = #D
>           \property A.B \override #C = #D   (removed)
>           \property A.B \revert #C          \revert A.B #C

What's the difference between \set and \override, except syntax?  Why
not unifying to

  \set A.B = #C
  \set A.B #C = #D

At a first glance I don't see a syntactical problem.  The same for
\unset and \revert:

  \unset A.B
  \unset A.B #C

This would be far easier to remember and use.


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