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Re: Not sure to well understand Lily's error message

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: Not sure to well understand Lily's error message
Date: Mon, 03 Mar 2003 14:57:34 +0100
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"Programming error" means that you have hit some bug in the
program. When you send a question to the mailing list, always
specify what version of Lilypond you are using.

This may be a known problem that has already been solved,
but if you use a recent version of Lilypond, you may want to
send a full bug report to the bug-lilypond mailing list,
including an example file that triggers the problem. It is
clearly related to multi-measure rests.


Alexandre Beneteau wrote:

I get this warning in a score I'm typesetting :

Calculating line breaks... programming error: Multi_measure_rest::get_rods (): I am not spanned! (Continuing; cross thumbs)

As Lily says 'programming error', I assume, I've made a mistake while typesetting and this error concern measure count (?)

So I've put bar check at every end of measure, but Lily does not complain about bar check.

So my question is triple :

- How can I make Lily tell me about the line in the source where the problem occurs ? (May be it's not possible at this time ?) - As the postscript output seems to be ok, is this warning can be ignored (?) (but I'd rather like produce source files which compile without warnings :-))
- Is this a problem with setting \property Score.skipBars = ##t ???

If somebody could give me a light about this,
Thanks in advance,


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        Mats Bengtsson
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        Signals, Sensors and Systems
        Royal Institute of Technology
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