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Re: Making a lilypond-book (Modified by Will Oram)

From: Ruud van Silfhout
Subject: Re: Making a lilypond-book (Modified by Will Oram)
Date: Wed, 23 Jun 2004 12:54:49 +0200

Hi Will,

Long time ago I tried something similar. What I remember from this
is that I couldn't get it to work. It work only in case the files included 
are in the same directory as  where the main file is. I finally decided
to create one big file with all LaTeX and lilypond code in it. 

What you can do is redirect the lilypond output to a separate 
sub-directory by using the -o option on the command line. That gets
rid of the generated intermediate files.

Ruud van Silfhout

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Will Oram" <address@hidden>
To: <address@hidden>
Sent: Tuesday, June 22, 2004 12:32 AM
Subject: Making a lilypond-book (Modified by Will Oram)

> I'm about ready to put three movements together inside one book 
> assembled through lilypond-book. Having only toyed with l-book, I think 
> I'll need some help.
> Let's assume I want movements separated in subdirectories, and the .tex 
> file in the top level. How would I get l-book to read ly files in a 
> subdirectory? I don't think \lilypond {mvmt1/} works after 
> trying it.
> This is my sketch. ly-book chokes on it. (lilypond-bin couldn't find 
> any of my included files. Changing all the \includes to begin with a 
> mvmt1/... prefix helped a little. Now the error is 'programming error: 
> Improbable offset for translation: setting to zero
> Continuing; crossing fingers.')
> Does anyone have suggestions, or just overall comments about the plan?
> [PS: I have the opera.cls document class in place, so that's not the 
> problem.]
> \documentclass[a4paper]{opera}
>       \begin{document}
>       \lilypondfile{mvmt1/}
> \clearpage
> \lilypondfile{mvmt2/}
> \clearpage
> \lilypondfile{mvmt3/}
> \clearpage
>       \end{document}
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