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Re: Let \time in mid-measure work without warning in some cases (issue 1

From: dak
Subject: Re: Let \time in mid-measure work without warning in some cases (issue 143450043 by address@hidden)
Date: Thu, 25 Sep 2014 09:46:31 +0000

On 2014/09/25 03:53:35, Dan Eble wrote:
This new patch set works for me.  If you approve of it (take your
time), I'll
start working on documentation.  Thanks.

Well, your code looks simpler than my sketch: I don't see the \partial
1*0 part implemented.  But in my experiments, it does exactly the same
job even in midmeasure.  I just have no idea why and where it manages to
reset measurePosition.

When \time cuts short the previous measure without a \partial, it still
resets the timing and starts a new bar number without placing a bar
line.  That's sort of weirdish, but it has no permanent off-synch

I'm not really sure why this works in the case without \partial and an
incomplete measure.  If you can figure it out, adding a code comment at
the place where the measurePosition check/reset used to be might help
future readers.

If not, still fine.  This covers your use case in a natural manner and
at least in my experiments it did nothing out of line when fed various
strange things.  And it will not require an instruction booklet to use

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