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Re: ANN: Pygments support for LilyPond

From: Jean Abou Samra
Subject: Re: ANN: Pygments support for LilyPond
Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2021 12:56:01 +0100

> Le 23 nov. 2021 à 10:22, Phil Holmes <> a écrit :
>> On 22/11/2021 19:07, Jean Abou Samra wrote:
>>> Le 22/11/2021 à 20:05, Jean Abou Samra a écrit :
>>> Note that I don't intend to make it a public
>>> lilypond-book option for users, simply because it
>>> would require adding Pygments in the build process,
>>> which may be complicated (I don't know) and is in
>>> my opinion unnecessary.
>> Sorry, the meaning of this sentence got lost in
>> a rephrasing: I meant the build process to create
>> the official binaries (GUB or Jonas' new system).
> I don't think we should be considering having a system where document builds 
> in GUB are different from document builds in the normal development 
> environment, for 2 reasons.  1) It could easily lead to difficult to debug 
> problems with GUB (which is difficult as it is) and 2) it would make checking 
> the docs before an "official" build impossible.

The more I look at it, the more I lean towards including Pygments in our source 
tree (as an archive to keep diffs readable; Python has the convenient ability 
to import modules from ZIP archives). However, if it's a configure flag in the 
end, it will definitely be exercised in the GitLab CI (and by anyone who wants 
to develop with it switched on).


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