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Re: Windows Releases

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: Windows Releases
Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2007 14:49:02 +0100
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Bertalan Fodor wrote:

Of course it should, but probably not the current ....\bin\ folder
Why? On Windows platforms people rarely use the PATH to run programs.
Since midi2ly, lilypond-book and the other utility scripts are not available
via any graphical interface. Of course, your immediate response is that they
should install LilyPondTool, but at least as long as LilyPondTool isn't
distributed together with LilyPond, the command line interface is the only
way to access these functions.
I did some experiments recently to try to add a menu option to convert-ly
when you right-click on a .ly file, but it seems impossible to use .py scripts
as menu actions even though they can be used as commands from the command
line. Also, my attempts to make a BAT wrapper failed (don't remember all the
details right now).


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