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Re: Written-end bar line

From: Carl Sorensen
Subject: Re: Written-end bar line
Date: Tue, 9 Feb 2021 01:29:37 +0000
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On 2/8/21, 5:30 PM, "lilypond-devel on behalf of Dan Eble" 
< on behalf of> wrote:

    Gould writes that "[a] thin double barline ... marks the written end of the 
music when this is not the end of the piece" (Behind Bars, p.240).
    The statement is in the context of repeated sections: D.S. al Fine, etc.
    I'm pretty sure that this is easy to implement.  Is there any reason not to 
make this a default?

II do not want it to be a default.  I want to have control of the bar lines.

Ossia staffs do not have thin double bars, as far as I can see.

The end of music does not have thin double bar lines.

As I'm working my way through entering  piece a few bars at a time, I don't 
want a thin double bar at the end of the current engraving.  I want each 
measure to look just as it will when typeset the next measure.

The only time I would want to have a thin double bar be generated would be if  
I had something in my code to indicate that this is the end of the music.  And 
the easiest thing to indicate the end of the music is \bar "|." Or \bar "||".




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