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Re: Consistent vertical alignment of annotations, disable time signiture

From: Jacques Menu Muzhic
Subject: Re: Consistent vertical alignment of annotations, disable time signiture
Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2018 04:19:24 +0200

Ooops, that was in Oslo, Norway, not Sweden...

> Le 18 avr. 2018 à 21:47, Jacques Menu Muzhic <address@hidden> a écrit :
> In compiler technology, ‘object code’ refers to the code generated by a 
> compiler, containing the same semantical information as the ’source code’ 
> that has been compiled, but in a form better suited for the task at hand. 
> Quite often, the goal is execution by a physical or virtual processor.
> This term was coined decades back, long long before the object orientation 
> was invented in Sweden by the Simula-67 team (the class concept, grouping 
> data and the operations that work on them), though… Hey, that was 51 years 
> ago!
> From this point of view, the Scheme data structures built by the LilyPond 
> compiler are a form of object code: the semantical contents is the same 
> hopefully as that of the LilyPond code, and it’s better suited to the 
> production of nice scores.
> JM
>> Le 18 avr. 2018 à 17:22, Carl Sorensen <address@hidden> a écrit :
>> On 4/18/18, 6:51 AM, "Robert Hickman" <address@hidden> wrote:
>>   If lilypond is based on a functional interface, the documentation
>>   making extensive use of the terms 'object' and 'interface' is
>>   confusing.
>> Patches to documentation will be reviewed.  
>> Carl    
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