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Re: Re[2]: OLL-core and Win10 [was Re: edition-editor usage]

From: Urs Liska
Subject: Re: Re[2]: OLL-core and Win10 [was Re: edition-editor usage]
Date: Wed, 27 Dec 2017 14:33:10 +0100
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Am 27. Dezember 2017 13:27:09 MEZ schrieb Trevor <address@hidden>:
>Hi Urs
>>OK, at least now I know where (in the code) the problem is and recall 
>>that I fixed that once. Just to be sure: are you sure you you use the 
>>latest state of oll-core? OTOH, from the type of issue it may well be
>>Windows question.
>>I can't look into it right now (and don't know if I can for the next 
>>few days).
>There's no particular urgency to this - I appreciate your time whenever
>you can spare it.
>>For debugging could you please locate the file 
>>oll-core/internal/os-path.ily and insert a ly:message after line 193
>>that the "this-parent" function looks like this:
>>% Return the parent of (this-dir)
>>#(define-public (this-parent)
>>    (let ((file (this-file)))
>>      (ly:message "this file: ~a" file)
>>      (list-head file (- (length file) 2))))
>>The problem is in the list-head command. The thing is that "file"
>>to be a list of length 1 (instead of anything above 2), which leads to
>>the value-out-of-range error.
>>Additionally insert a message in line 184 so "this-file" looks like
>>% Return the normalized absolute path and file name of "this" file
>>#(define-public (this-file)
>>    (ly:message "location: ~a" (*location*))
>>    (ly:message "initial path: ~a" (car
>>    (location->normalized-path (*location*)))
>>And send me the log output.
>Done; here's the log output:
>Starting lilypond-windows.exe 2.19.80 [Untitled]...
>location: #<location 
>initial path: C:/Users/tdani/openlilylib/oll-core/package.ily
>this file: (C:/Users/tdani/openlilylib/oll-core/package.ily)

OK, here we are. This should be a list with the path elements, but it has the 
whole path in *one* list element. And throws an error when trying to access the 
second-to-last element. 

With this information I can debug the function. 


>C:/Users/tdani/openlilylib/oll-core/package.ily:57:2: error: GUILE 
>signaled an error for the expression beginning here
>  (if (not (defined? 'openlilylib-root))
>Value out of range 0 to 4294967295: -1
>fatal error: failed files: 
>Exited with return code 1.

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