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Re: design decision needed - how to render "Used properties" for markup-
Re: design decision needed - how to render "Used properties" for markup-(list-)commands
Sun, 3 Jan 2021 16:34:47 +0100
Am So., 3. Jan. 2021 um 14:13 Uhr schrieb Michael Käppler <email@example.com>:
> Am 03.01.2021 um 10:19 schrieb Thomas Morley:
> > Hi,
> Hi Harm,
> > currently https://gitlab.com/lilypond/lilypond/-/merge_requests/588
> > is tagged 'needs design', because there are proposals to change the
> > style how the "Used properties" for markup-(list-)commands should
> > print in NR.
> > I've manually [*] created a html-file to demonstrate the default and
> > the so far made suggestions.
> > See attached.
> > Opinions?
> I would not call this a design decision. For me, a design decision would
> that you change (or initiate) something with fundamental consequences to
> other parts
> of the software. Something that can not be changed later without a lot
> of effort.
> The formatting we're discussing about can be changed in 5 minutes.
> So I would propose that you just take the style you like most and go on.
> If someone has strong feelings about this, he or she can speak up now.
Indeed, thus I wrote to -devel, not only a comment at gitlab
> > Anyway, MR 588 is more a bugfix. Thus I'd prefer not to entangle a
> > bug-fix with a new design, but to open a new issue or MR for the
> > latter
> > Thanks,
> > Harm
> > [*] I wrote a short .texi-file and used texi2html.
> > Using texi2pdf aborts. same with texi2any --pdf
> > No clue why.
> Would you mind sharing the failing file with us? :)
Although not really familar with texinfo I aimed at doing it as
minimal as possible. Likely I miss something ...
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