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RE: Methods of working

From: Ralph Little
Subject: RE: Methods of working
Date: Mon, 28 Jun 2004 11:53:38 +0100

Erm, I'm not really sure what you mean.
I'm talking about building Lilypond music projects, not Lilypond itself..

The kind of think I mean is sort of
\header {
    title="my title"
NotesSoloCornet=\notes {
    a b c d
\include ""
\include ""
\score {

all: score parts

    lilypond -P

Then just do "make all" etc..

Seems like a lot of effort for a small project, but with a large number of 
parts and a score, it gets more convenient.
The real setup is a bit more complicated but this is kinda what I mean.
I'm sure that it can be simplified using default rules and the like.

As I say, does anybody else do this kind of thing?


-----Original Message-----
From: Jan Nieuwenhuizen [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Mon 28/06/2004 11:22
To: Ralph Little
Cc: address@hidden; address@hidden
Subject: Re: Methods of working
Ralph Little writes:

> With a lot of files related to notes files etc, I have started using
> Makefiles to automate the build process, being a die-hard UNIX
> programmer ;)

Any big reason not to use/extend/send bug reports on the for this
purpose included .../lilypond-xyz/share/make/ly.make Makefile?

> Do other people do this kind of thing?


Jan Nieuwenhuizen <address@hidden> | GNU LilyPond - The music typesetter       |

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