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From: David Bobroff
Subject: CVS2
Date: 10 Apr 2003 18:28:08 +0000

        On Thu, 2003-04-10 at 17:18, Alexandre Beneteau wrote:
        > You have to do ./ (it will generate configure and
        run it for you)
        Thanks, worked like a charm!
        > > What steps do I need to take when compiling a "latest CVS"? 
        Should I
        > > clean out the fonts from the earlier compile, for example?
        > > 
        > It depends if the fonts change... (Assuming yes is a good
        > Savannah permits to dowload the entire lilypond dir as a
        tarball, if you 
        > prefer not use the cvs program...
        Oh, I don't mind using CVS. It saves a bit of time when updating
        opposed to downloading the entire thing again.  I just want to
        be sure
        I've got the right commands/options when updating.
        > As you, I use CVS version yesterday and today, (I need the fix
        for the 
        >   \property Staff.MultiMeasureRest), but noticed that multi
        measure rest 
        > seems to be broken (numbers don't print))... Have you the same
        problem ???
        Well, I just got the CVS version compiled and ran it on a test
        file.  As
        you have found, it is necessary to add the numbers "manually". 
        This is
        fine by me as I need to put the number of the measures rest
        below the
        staff anyway (how do I set this globally for a piece?) or it
        looks silly
        with the numbers *and* the markings above.  I'll have to figure
        out the
        font normally used for measures rest.
        For example:
        \notes{ \property Score.skipBars = ##t
        R1*11&\markup {\italic "some text"}_"10"
        Is almost what I want.  The only thing I have to change is the
        font for
        the "10"
        -David Bobroff

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