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Re: lilypond/Documentation/user examples.itely

From: Han-Wen Nienhuys
Subject: Re: lilypond/Documentation/user examples.itely
Date: Sun, 9 Jan 2005 17:21:34 +0100

address@hidden writes:
> On 7-Jan-05, at 3:36 AM, Erik Sandberg wrote:
> > Also, if there would be a command-line option to select/unselect 
> > certain tags,
> > there would be a clear advantage to use tags for extracting parts. 
> > E.g.,
> > lilypond -usetag viola
> > could extract the viola part. This approach would result in the need of
> > fewer .ly files.
> That would be utterly *fantastic*.
> > This is however just an idea that popped up in my mind right now; I 
> > haven't
> > given it a serious thought. Does it sound like a sensible idea to you?
> This would _greatly_ improve the organization of large LilyPond 
> projects.
> I very enthusiastically second this motion.  :)

There is a -e SCHEME-CODE command line option, which can be used to
pass arbitrary code into Lily. It would need some glue code to make
sure that appropriate routines are called for each \score or \book
block. All you need to do is, is find a Scheme guru willing to write
that glue.

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