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Re: set-global-staff-size from inside Scheme function

From: Jan-Peter Voigt
Subject: Re: set-global-staff-size from inside Scheme function
Date: Fri, 16 May 2014 10:54:26 +0200
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Hi Urs,

this constellation compiles, if you wrap the scheme-call to
set-global-staff-size into a void-function. But if it is called, when
the book is already opened, the staff-size is already initialized and
can't be changed (for this book).
It probably works, if you place #(set-global-staff-size ..) before \book
{...} .

HTH, Jan-Peter

Am 16.05.2014 10:42, schrieb Urs Liska:
> Hi,
> I have been there already, but I can't find the corresponding email, and
> I don't recall if they actually contained a solution or only an
> explanation of the cause of the issue. So I have to start nes.
> For the creation of music examples in a book I have written a function
> \compileScore which does a number of things like munging file names,
> cleaning up temporary files and particularly compiling different
> versions of the file.
> One particular issue is that it includes appropriate style sheets
> according to the example type (which is expressed as a variable).
> The problem is that #(set-global-staff-size) doesn't work in that
> constellation, IISC because it's not a toplevel expression anymore.
> The attached files show a very stripped-down version of the stuff and
> will probably not look very useful.
> But my question is: How can I set the global staff size from within the
> included file?
> Best
> Urs
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