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Re: New LilyPond contributor: Basia Mroczek

From: Urs Liska
Subject: Re: New LilyPond contributor: Basia Mroczek
Date: Fri, 23 Nov 2018 19:37:52 +0100
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Am 23.11.18 um 19:29 schrieb Benkő Pál:
Ubuntu 16.04 should be OK, I use that too.  Though it's a loooong time
I tried a make check.

Ubuntu 16.04 still has guile-1.8 in its repositories, so on that system it should be smooth to get things to run.

What I did back then was go through all the dependencies I found in this script and installed them manually. Then adding the necessary paths and shortcuts to ~/.bashrc (basically the stuff listed here: After that I could immediately use

I also was told then to use LilyDev, but as long as Guile 1.8 is available on the distro it should be OK to use a regular Linux installation.


Carl Sorensen <address@hidden> ezt írta (időpont: 2018. nov. 23., P, 19:10):
I recommend that you start by building on LilyDev, rather than on your own 
system.  You can set up LilyDev in a VM, and make sure that all goes well.  
Then, if you still want to, you can try to get it building on your own system.

Personally, I gave up trying to keep lilypond building on my system and just 
use LilyDev for my development.


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