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Re: add a generic markFormatter function (issue 337400043 by address@hid

From: lilypond
Subject: Re: add a generic markFormatter function (issue 337400043 by address@hidden)
Date: Fri, 05 Jan 2018 00:26:11 -0800

On 2018/01/05 08:23:05, lemzwerg wrote:
> > What about using a list of keys instead of the last five
arguments, where
> > non-presence means `false'?  Something like
> >
> > (define-public format-mark-circle-barnumbers
> >   (format-mark-generic '(barnumbers circle bold uppercase))
> Good idea though I would prefer two arguments: the first is the
> “alphabet”

Hmm, not having an `alphabet' specification could also have a default,
'alphabet, so I really don't see a reason for a separate mandatory

How about a variadic function?

> and can be one of 'alphabet, 'omit-i, 'omit-j,

I would prefer 'alphabet-omit-i, 'alphabet-omit-j.

Sounds good: Then no-one can think that 'omit-i alters an existing
'alphabet ;)

> 'numbers/'arabic (which one? or both?), 'roman,

Inspite of `arabic' being the opposite of `roman', I vote for 'numbers

All your other suggestions sound good.

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