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Re: automatic generation of input/lsr/

From: Graham Percival
Subject: Re: automatic generation of input/lsr/
Date: Fri, 09 Feb 2007 20:50:55 -0800
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Werner LEMBERG wrote:
Uh.  Those braces are completely irritating!
The problem is this: in LSR, a user sees this:
The property @code{chordNameExceptions} can used to store a list of
special notations for specific chords.

and he wonders what on earth the @code means.

Mhmm.  Why not creating LSR snippets in texinfo format, exporting them
to HTML?  This would simplify things a lot...

For us, yes. But it would make the database a lot more complicated... and in any case, the database is already created. The actual lilypond text is in a separate field from the snippet description. In the LSR database, it's stored as either plaintext or HTML; this field is translated into the texidoc \header{}s you saw in the extracted .ly files.

- Graham

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