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latex failure problem
latex failure problem
Tue, 25 Jun 2002 13:33:06 +0900
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I've been working on a full orchestral score for a while and have begun
running into a perplexing problem. To save compiling time I usually use
\property Score.skipTypesetting = ##t
feature, just typesetting the part I'm currently working on and every
once in a great while commenting the "skip typesetting" instruction so
that I can see how the whole thing looks so far. Until yesterday I never
had a problem with this, but after the score reached a certain length I
started to get this error message at the very end of the compile:
paper output to `rococo-score.tex'...
writing header field `dedication' to `rococo-score.dedication'...
writing header field `title' to `rococo-score.title'...
writing header field `subtitle' to `rococo-score.subtitle'...
writing header field `subsubtitle' to `rococo-score.subsubtitle'...
writing header field `composer' to `rococo-score.composer'...
writing header field `opus' to `rococo-score.opus'...
warning: lilypond: command exited with value 139 (ignored)
error: latex: command exited with value 256
Traceback (innermost last):
File "/usr/bin/ly2dvi", line 928, in ?
run_latex (files, outbase, extra_init)
File "/usr/bin/ly2dvi", line 670, in run_latex
quiet_system (cmd, 'LaTeX')
File "/usr/bin/ly2dvi", line 442, in quiet_system
return system (cmd)
File "/usr/bin/ly2dvi", line 247, in system
File "/usr/bin/ly2dvi", line 144, in error
raise _ ("Exiting ... ")
LATEX output to `rococo-score.latex'...
MIDI output to `rococo-score.midi'...
TEX output to `rococo-score.tex'...
I can skip all but the very end or very beginning of the score and get a
good compile with normal postscript output, but doing the entire thing
makes latex choke. Any help gratefully appreciated. I'm attaching the
two files zipped together, in case that helps.
|Carter Brey (address@hidden)|
A pushy romeo asked a gorgeous elevator operator, "Don't all these
stops and starts get you pretty worn out?" "It isn't the stops and starts
that get on my nerves, it's the jerks."
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