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Re: LilyDev - some questions

From: James
Subject: Re: LilyDev - some questions
Date: Wed, 9 May 2018 18:15:31 +0100
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On 09/05/18 07:05, Federico Bruni wrote:
Hi Peter

I'll reply quickly now, but I'll come back in the next days as soon as I have some time to do some testing.

Il giorno sab 5 mag 2018 alle 22:24, Peter Teeson <"peter.teeson"> ha scritto:

(3) I ran the Terminal and did ./ It appears to have downloaded the needed got repo’s.       Looking at that script it seems I do not need to exec lily-git.tcl? (actually lilypond-git I think)

I must say I've never used lily-git so I never took it into account when I created LilyDev images.
I must have a look at it.

Anyway, you can ignore lily-git and use regular git to start contributing.

Lily-git was for mortals like me to quickly create git-formatted patches without having to learn how to run git CLI commands. I still use it (because I am lazy) but it is basically a tcl wrapper for a bunch of git commands. For users who have never used git before it does make the ability to contribute patches much easier.

It also comes from a different repo.

lilypond-git (or $LILYPOND_GIT) is the generic term we use for wherever the repo is installed.


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