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Re: Issue 1320: Scheme bar line interface (issue 6305115)

From: Benkő Pál
Subject: Re: Issue 1320: Scheme bar line interface (issue 6305115)
Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2012 17:35:57 +0200

2012/7/26 Marc Hohl <address@hidden>:
> Am 26.07.2012 10:31, schrieb Keith OHara:
>> On Thu, 26 Jul 2012 00:51:56 -0700, <address@hidden> wrote:
>>> Marc, please don't throw the whole 2533 issue stuff out; look at the
>>> latest version at
>>> in particular and
>>> I really don't mind if your patch goes before mine (it would even be
>>> better - why push a change to a file that is to be thrown out by the
>>> next commit), but I do mind that (some of) those cases work right, and
>>> unfortunately I'm far less fluent in Scheme than in C++.
>> I had suggested that Marc incorporate pending changes to the bar-line code
>> if he is confident in them,
>> but it does seem cleaner make one commit a simple re-implementation of C
>> to Scheme, with the same functionality.
>> He is not really throwing out the issue-2533 stuff, because that stuff is
>> not in the code base at the moment.
>> You will just have to cooperate with Marc or another Scheme programmer, if
>> the re-implementation goes in first.  If it really turns out to be harder
>> for the group to modify the code in Scheme than it was in C, then the
>> reason
>> for Marc's patch would prove to be wrong and we can just go back to C.
> I had already implemented Páls work on repeat signs *before* his patch
> was reverted, so reimplementing this in scheme should be straightforward.
> ... and wait until you see what will be possible with barlines when part 2
> of issue 1320 is out ;-) Stay tuned!

ok, thanks in advance to everyone!

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