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Re: Reorganizing the contents of the \paper block

From: Trevor Bača
Subject: Re: Reorganizing the contents of the \paper block
Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2007 12:20:19 -0600

On 2/8/07, Han-Wen Nienhuys <address@hidden> wrote:

[-user trimmed]

Trevor Bača escreveu:
> Wow. I really like this. Anyone else?

I don't.

* Have a look at input/regression/
How do I do this with a tightly defined structure?

%%% BEGIN %%%

\new File \with {
  \sourcefilename ""
  \sourcefileline 0
  #(ly:set-option 'backend 'svg)
  #(set! output-count 1)
  \include ""
  \version "2.11.16"
  #(define outname (ly:parser-output-name parser))
  #(ly:set-option 'backend 'eps)
  #(display "Invoking inkscape...\n")
  #(system (format #f "LD_LIBRARY_PATH= inkscape -T -E ~a-1.eps
~a-1.svg" outname outname))
  #(set! output-count 0)
  #(set-default-paper-size "a5") } {

 \new Book \with {
   texidoc = "SVG output, rendered through inkscape."
   title = "SVG" } {

       \new Score {
         \lyrics {
           \markup {
                \epsfile #X #30.0 #(format #f "~a-1.eps" outname)
           x x x

%%% END %%%


All settings (including Scheme commands) are still available, just put
in a *named place* in the input file, rather than floating freely in
space ...

> * You're mixing up the Music type (which has length and
pitch) with various others which don't.  Looks nice in an example
like you gave, but is semantically clear as mud.

I think the discussion would be served if it starts
with how stuff works on the inside now, and how that
can be improved.  Different and more logical syntax will
follow as a side effect.

That's a good place for Erik to lead, probably, since he has a good
handle on the internals.

Trevor Bača

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