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Sun, 09 Aug 2009 08:27:28 +0200 (CEST)
assume that I've compiled lilypond from scratch, say, two weeks ago,
together with the full documentation. Is it OK nowadays to say
to *really* have a good build? For example, I see that there are no
makefile rules which handle changes to configure.in or aclocal.m4...
Second, is it now safe to follow with
to get an up-to-date documentation? I know that Graham is currently
restructuring the documentation directories, so I don't count
inconsistencies related to that issue -- I know I have to wait until
he is done.
Usually, I'm always doing a build starting from zero, but sometimes
 Maybe there are, but then they don't work properly :-)
- compilation question,
Werner LEMBERG <=