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Re: A suggestion: add \rf to built-in dynamics

From: Wols Lists
Subject: Re: A suggestion: add \rf to built-in dynamics
Date: Sun, 5 Jan 2020 17:11:16 +0000
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On 05/01/20 13:20, Peter Toye wrote:
> Also, I'm a Linux newbie - still trying to get my head around the whole 
> 'container' concept. There seem to be a number of different container 
> management systems: Docker and LXC to name but two. Does it matter which one 
> I use? My system is systemd-free (on purpose), and the instructions you 
> pointed out to me earlier imply that I should have it. Is this a show-stopper?

Any particular reason you're systemd-free?  Okay, my pc is, also, but I
run gentoo which defaults to OpenRC.

Most distros are systemd these days, it's much simpler and more reliable
than SysVInit, and the people who are so vocal against it seem mostly to
be in the "fanatic" category - "I don't like it so you should do the
work so I don't have to use it". Sorry,  linux doesn't work like that!

Linux is only  "free" as in "freedom" - if  you want something you have
to pay for  it one way  or another.  If you want "\rf" then  you  do it
yourself or you get someone to do it for you - and if you do the latter
then whether in money or kind you're expected to pay.

Anyways, I'll give you a little tip, and attach my "dynamics.ily" file.
All my custom dynamics live in here,  and I include it in any work that
might need them.  I'm *guessing* that it's very similar to the standard
definitions that exist in lilypond,  so all you will need to do is edit
the standard file and they'll appear by magic. Only snag, if you modify
your local version of lilypond,  they'll disappear with any upgrade :-(


Attachment: dynamics.ily
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