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Re: rendering differences if using `-j12 CPU_COUNT=12`

From: Jean Abou Samra
Subject: Re: rendering differences if using `-j12 CPU_COUNT=12`
Date: Sat, 1 May 2021 22:55:34 +0200
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Le 01/05/2021 à 16:35, Thomas Morley a écrit :
Am Sa., 1. Mai 2021 um 12:25 Uhr schrieb Thomas Morley
Am Sa., 1. Mai 2021 um 11:47 Uhr schrieb Jean Abou Samra<>:
Le 01/05/2021 à 11:33, Thomas Morley a écrit :
Wouldn't it be better to _not_ reset
`standard-alteration-glyph-name-alist' at all?
The files, and all define some
custom-makam-glyph-alist and use this alist in \layout for
KeySignature, Accidental, AccidentalCautionary, TrillPitchAccidental,
Is this not sufficient? In other words why not simply delete all
occurrencies of:
#(set! standard-alteration-glyph-name-alist
         (append whateverMakamGlyphs
Then we would rely only on the mechanism partially demonstrated in

I'll test that later this WE
It's slightly more complicated. Chord names use the
alist directly (sigh):

(define-public (alteration->text-accidental-markup alteration)
      (if (short-glyph? alteration)
       ;; FIXME -- use current glyph-name-alist here.
       (assoc-get alteration standard-alteration-glyph-name-alist "")))))
I've never seen arabic, turkish etc chords.
Do they exist in the same manor as in western music?
I really don't know, can't judge.
Ok, I'm obviously wrong.
See input/regression/

and the markup commands \sharp et allies do the same.
My concern is already how to deal with
standard-alteration-glyph-name-alist in the _same_ file (not only in a
row of multiple files).
As soon as standard-alteration-glyph-name-alist is changed \sharp et
allies will not render as before anyway.

Happens already for:
#(set! standard-alteration-glyph-name-alist
   (append alteration-hufnagel-glyph-name-alist

\markup { \doubleflat \flat \natural \sharp \doublesharp }

I can easily imagine some educational text listing accidentals in
western music, arabic music , etc.
The predefined markup-commands for accidentals wouldn't be of much use.
One would need to fall back to \musicglyph anyway.

Harm, let me know what you think about

Werner, can you confirm that this solves the issue?


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