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Re: LSR update policies, and WTM is input/new/revised/ ?

From: Neil Puttock
Subject: Re: LSR update policies, and WTM is input/new/revised/ ?
Date: Fri, 5 Jun 2009 13:17:01 +0100

2009/6/5 Graham Percival <address@hidden>:
> On Thu, Jun 04, 2009 at 07:46:10PM -0500, Jonathan Kulp wrote:
>> I read the diff for CG when it came in this morning and the LSR stuff
>> looks good to me. If you want, we could also include the script I wrote
>> for checking all the snippets at once. Carl suggested that it go in the
>> docs somewhere.
> Yes, please.  In that new subsection would be great.
>> I ran the files in input/new/revised/ and they all compiled. I don't
>> understand what they're doing in there. I just checked and all of them
>> are in the LSR and compile properly.
> Yeah, but there are differences --
> input/new/revised/ doesn't contain tiny rests for
> the mensural and neomensural.  The version in LSR contains those
> rests in the .ly file, but they aren't printed.

They're spacer rests to ensure the snippet is displayed correctly
within LSR, since the mensural styles don't support r64/128.

> I therefore suspect that all these files are updated/better
> versions of the LSR snippets, and should therefore be merged.
> Could you compare each pair of files (input/new/revised/ and LSR
> snippet) and make the LSR version the "final" version, then delete
> this dir from git?

These files are old; I amended the LSR versions when they were
originally added (see the discussion here:

Sorry to cause confusion; I should have deleted the folder ages ago.


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