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Re: Doc reorganization

From: Graham Percival
Subject: Re: Doc reorganization
Date: Sat, 26 Feb 2005 00:34:09 -0800

On 25-Feb-05, at 5:05 PM, Han-Wen Nienhuys wrote:

address@hidden writes:
How do I "move material" ?  I was planning on copying those lines
with vim, then cvs add / cvs ci basic-notation.itely... in other words,
everything locally on my computer with text editors.  How else can
this be done?

Just remove whatever you put into basic-notation.itely from notation.itely.

Yes, I was... oh, oops, I see the problem.

I don't have 'net access at home; I only have access at university. However, I do almost all of my Lilypond work at home. So I cvs update on sat afternoon, then go home. I do editing on sat evening, sleep, get to university at sun
lunchtime, then do a cvs commit.

Any changes that anybody made to notation.itely between late sat afternoon and sun lunch (18 hours or so) would get lost. Or rather, since they've already
committed those changes, my big CVS update (subtracting hundreds of
lines from notation.itely) would probably fail. I'd like to avoid solving CVS conflicts manually if possible, especially when the conflict is with material
that's in a different file.  :)

- Graham

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