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Re: Gridly: simple Segmented Grid

From: Matteo Ceccarello
Subject: Re: Gridly: simple Segmented Grid
Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2015 09:56:30 +0100
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Hi all,

as I've already expressed privately I think this is a great project - thank you for following up on my ideas. If I get the README right this will in fact overcome several limitations of my so-far manual approach. I hope we'll be able to make that generally available in the most straight-forward manner.

thank you very much, Urs! I'm glad you like it and I also hope we can make it available and easy to use soon!

However, your example files don't compile with LilyPond 2.19.

Unluckily I'm running LilyPond 2.18.2, so I didn't have the chance to run into this error. I'll install LilyPond 2.19 as soon as possible, so I can try to fix the template. Luckily enough it seems an error in the \SATBChoir template definitition, not in the core code :-)

Here I see room for starting some discussion on automated testing. I think that example files can serve also as test files, to check that code changes or version changes do not break things. Github has an associated continuous integration service called [Travis CI]( that runs test suites (or arbitrary commands) on each push. There is no explicit support for LilyPond, but I think that we can make it work anyway.

For it to behave as expected, you now need \new Voice (where you didn’t before) 
— maybe that’s messing things up?

Thanks for the pointer Kieren, That will be the starting point to fix this bug.


Matteo Ceccarello, PhD student, Computer Engineering
Universita' di Padova, Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell'Informazione,

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