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Re: programming error: mis-predicted force, 108.120472 ~= 108.191480 con

From: Michael Gerdau
Subject: Re: programming error: mis-predicted force, 108.120472 ~= 108.191480 continuing, cross fingers
Date: Tue, 21 May 2019 08:58:44 +0200 (CEST)

> > 2.) How to resolve this programming error...?

No idea...

> > 3.) Just ignore it?

...but when I get these I simply ignore them. After all the score(s) compile 
fine otherwise and from looking at them I don't see problems.

> > For what it's worth, your example also compiles without error in
> > version 2.18.2 under Windows 10 (providing I remove the \fixed, of course).

> This error never occured on my Linux-system, so I can't reproduce it.

I see them occasionally on Windows 10. Since everything else seems fine I'm 
considering them a warning (there always are somewhat crowded pages involved) 
and ignore them.

FWIW I see it regardless of \grace or \acciaccatura on Windows and LP 2.21. 
Running the very same linux version inside WSL (Debian) on the same machine 
does not create this error.

I also see the occasional
Programmierfehler: number of pages is out of bounds
Fortsetzung, die Daumen drücken
Programmierfehler: tried to space systems on a bad number of pages
Fortsetzung, die Daumen drücken

("Programmierfehler" is programming error)
and ignore it.

<wild guess>
Looking at the example Ming provided and remembering when I saw these errors in 
my scores I'd assume the Notes with the very many ledger lines are involved as 
they possibly create some spacing headaches for LP.
</wild guess>

<another wild guess>
More speculation based on Thomas's findings:
Possibly some issue with mingw32's handling of some floating point stuff 
</another wild guess>

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