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Re: Making a lilypond-book

From: Jan Nieuwenhuizen
Subject: Re: Making a lilypond-book
Date: Sun, 27 Jun 2004 19:41:20 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.1003 (Gnus v5.10.3) Emacs/21.3.50 (gnu/linux)

Will Oram writes:

>> Just take a look at the error message
>>> mvmt1/ error: can't find file: `'
>>> (search path:
>>> /sw/share/lilypond/2.2.3/ps:/sw/share/lilypond/2.2.3/tfm:/sw/share/
>>> lilypond/2.2.3/scm:/sw/share/lilypond/2.2.3/mf/out:/sw/share/lilypond/
>>> 2.2.3/afm:/sw/share/lilypond/2.2.3/ly:/sw/share/lilypond/ps:/sw/share/
>>> lilypond/tfm:/sw/share/lilypond/scm:/sw/share/lilypond/mf/out:/sw/
>>> share/lilypond/afm:/sw/share/lilypond/ly::include-mvmt1:/Users/
>>> spamguy/
>>> tchai_op35')
>>> :
>>> \include ""

> This is my interpretation of the phrase
> 'include-mvmt1:/Users/spamguy/tchai_op35': include directory mvmt1,
> which is located in /Users/spamguy/tchai_op35. This is a valid
> statement.

Huh?  What do you mean with `your interpretation'?  I'm almost sure
that I do not see what you mean, but just to be very clear, the PATH


is interpreted by LilyPond (and probably everybody else) as, well, a
PATH snippet with two search directories: ./include-mvmnt1 and


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