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Re: \mark, chords and notes collide

From: Paul Scott
Subject: Re: \mark, chords and notes collide
Date: Thu, 09 Oct 2008 09:55:44 -0700
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Sebastian Menge wrote:
> Am Thu, 9 Oct 2008 16:41:02 +0200
> schrieb "Valentin Villenave" <address@hidden>:
>> 2008/10/9 Sebastian Menge <address@hidden>:
>>> Ah, ok. I'm using 2.10.33 . I'll try the change you propose.
>> Hi Sebastian,
>> Most of the collision problems have been fixed in the 2.11 series,
>> which is now *very* stable (as of the 62nd release!) and is about to
>> turn into our new 2.12 stable branch.
>> I can't blame you for using an old version, but I'm impressed to see
>> everybody here helping you and giving you advices while none at all
>> would be needed if you were using a newer version.
> I dont like compiling/installing stuff myself. I just use the
> stable binary packages for my distro, in this case ubuntu.
> I'd be happy to have up to date lilypond packages for ubuntu. Perhaps
> there are unofficial repositories, or would debian unstable work?
> I lost so much lifetime fiddling around with missing dependencies that
> I finally rather let out some features but easily 'apt-get upgrade' once
> in a while.
In addition to what Valentin said,  There are only two commands you need
to use the GUB versions of Lily.




(61-1 is the latest version)

There has not been a Debian package for quite a while since the GUB's
are so easy to install.  I run Debian unstable.

Perhaps someone will make another package when 2.12 is released but then
any improvements will not be available until another stable version of
Lily is released.

Paul Scott

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