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Re: convert-ly for note/rest-markup

From: Michael Käppler
Subject: Re: convert-ly for note/rest-markup
Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2021 23:54:01 +0100
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Am 11.02.2021 um 23:39 schrieb Aaron Hill:
On 2021-02-11 2:04 pm, David Kastrup wrote:
Short of special-patterning the known exceptions...  a bit of a

Does the pattern matching need to be so particular about context?
Consider a primitive approach:

  re.sub(r'\\note\s*#"([^"]+)"', r"\\note { \g<1> }", ...)

This matches the `\note #"..."` pattern, converting to `\note { ... }`.
I agree that this should work for most cases, but consider that it can't
be taken for
granted that '\note' refers to the markup function:

note = { c4 }

\markup \note #"4." #UP
\note #"4." #UP

I don't want to say it makes any sense, but it is valid input...


-- Aaron Hill

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