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

From: Jonathan Kulp
Subject: Re: LSR update policies, and WTM is input/new/revised/ ?
Date: Sun, 07 Jun 2009 15:35:20 -0500
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Graham Percival wrote:
On Sat, Jun 06, 2009 at 06:00:23PM -0500, Jonathan Kulp wrote:
Graham Percival wrote:
ok.  IMO, osx users should set up a "lilypond" shell script, as
suggested in AU 2.something.  Then you wouldn't need that special
path-to-binary thing.  But adding this as-is certainly can't hurt
the next person doing the update, so that's fine.
Yeah, I almost took the OSX PATH out. I used to put it in all of my lily shell scripts before I figured out that it's better to set things up as described in AU. Since you lean that direction I wouldn't mind removing it. Do you want me to make a patch or would you rather do it yourself?

I did it, but now I'm wondering how the script worked at all --
doesn't the lsr tarball put things in separate dirs?  Oh wait;
maybe the snippets-all has everything in one dir.  Ok, never mind.

- Graham

Right. You cd into the all/ dir and then run it. :)


Jonathan Kulp

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