The only thing that
worries me is the indentation - there are some tabs used and
Frescobaldi displays them wrong (i suppose you meant 1 tab to be equal
to 4 spaces, not 8).
Oops! Usually I remember to convert tabs to spaces (and trim whitespace from the ends of lines), but
The examples are nice and pretty much self-explanatory.
If fact, the only thing i don't like is that backticks are necessary
in syntax - but that's not your fault, i suppose :) It's just that i
get pwned every time i see a backtick in scheme code.
I agree. If you're inserting lambda expressions, that's one thing, but for something as simple as using color variables, it's a little bizarre. This is probably better:
\once \alterBroken "Staff.BarLine" #'color #(list green red)
I wish you could do #'(green red) for the last argument, but you can't.
Thanks for taking a look!