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Re: lilybuntu 2

From: Graham Percival
Subject: Re: lilybuntu 2
Date: Fri, 17 Dec 2010 11:03:41 +0000

On Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 4:44 AM, Colin Campbell <address@hidden> wrote:
> All that said, however, I think that both lily-git and lilybuntu are
> rather awkwardly shoehorned into the CG.

I've just followed my instructions for the updated lilybuntu2, and
despite my reorganization, it still feels a bit awkward.

> It might be worth reorganizing
> a bit:
> 1. * Help us::
> * Overview of work flow:
> move lilybuntu, to ensure the flow to
> * Mentors::
> 2. (new) Setting up the environment
> * Lilybuntu
> * Requirements (moved from 3.3)
> 3. Working with source code (was section 2)
> Move section 3.4 Getting the source code in here.
> 4. Compiling
> * Combine 3.2 Overview of compiling with 3.1 dropping the first bit
> about lilybuntu, and adding a note that the rest of the section assumes
> the use of lily-git
> * Rest of the section as is

For reasons which are not particularly interesting and may no longer
be relevant (but which would require somebody versed in the build
system to investigate), splitting up the current chapter 3 would be

I'm now slightly leaning towards having a single lilybuntu chapter,
containing what is now:
1.3 lilybuntu download+install
2.1 using lily-git.tcl
3.1 compiling with lilybuntu

... but then we still end up with ickiness, because there's still some
useful info in the other parts of the CG (like the git-cl stuff).

- Graham

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