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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
Tue, 5 Jan 2021 11:33:33 +0100
Am Mo., 4. Jan. 2021 um 08:18 Uhr schrieb Michael Käppler <email@example.com>:
> Am 03.01.2021 um 19:44 schrieb Thomas Morley:
> > Am So., 3. Jan. 2021 um 18:28 Uhr schrieb Michael Käppler
> > <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> >> Am 03.01.2021 um 16:34 schrieb Thomas Morley:
> >>> ailing file with us? :)
> >>> Attached.
> >>> Although not really familar with texinfo I aimed at doing it as
> >>> minimal as possible. Likely I miss something ...
> >> '\input texinfo' at the beginning....?
> > Thanks, works!
> > A meaningful error-message would have been helpfull...
> With '\input texinfo' you are tellng TeX that it should load all definitions
> from 'texinfo.tex' needed for compiling Texinfo files.
> Without that, TeX will understand basically nothing you wrote in your
> file, beginning
> with the different escape characters ('\' in plain TeX vs. '@' in Texinfo)
> So in this case it is pretty hard to give a meaningful error message,
> not saying that
> TeX would be great in this domain otherwise... ;)
> Note that it will load the 'texinfo.tex' from your TeX distribution by
> default, which may probably be
> a different version that the bundled one from lilypond/tex. This can be
> very important for testing.
> You can force TeX to use another texinfo.tex by setting the
> environmental variable 'TEXINPUTS',
> e.g. by doing
> export TEXINPUTS=your-path-to-lilypond/tex
> before calling TeX.
> (using 'export' will set it for the whole shell session, however. Normally,
> doing 'TEXINPUTS=your-path-to-lilypond/tex xetex foo.texi' should also work,
> I'm not sure how this is with 'texi2pdf', which is basically a shell script)
> (Werner, feel free to correct me or provide more insights in this topic...)
> > Cheers,
> > Harm
Thanks for the detailed explanations, very helpfull