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Re: What to do when \> and \< produce text

From: Valentin Villenave
Subject: Re: What to do when \> and \< produce text
Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2008 23:55:49 +0100

2008/10/29 Reinhold Kainhofer <address@hidden>:

> \cresc ... Starts a text crescendo
> \decresc ... Starts a text decrescendo
> \dim ... Starts a text diminuendo

> All of these would simply be ended by \!.

I agree, but in this case we'd have to first have a convert rule that turns

\version "2.6"
{ a \cresc b c d }


\version "2.12"
{ a \cresc \! b c d }

because otherwise the "old" \cresc would be left unfinished and
therefore would risk to break some old ly scores.

Besides, we should also have a rule to delete \endcresc since this is
no longer needed in any way.


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