If this is the only thing you want to have
fixed, you could try 2.18, which does not have the problem.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, November 10, 2019 3:55 PM
Subject: Re: How stable is 2.21?
for the comments.
As I'm running Windows it looks like I'm stuffed
until 2.21 is released. Any ideas when this might happen?
Sunday, November 10, 2019, 1:19:38 PM, Urs Liska wrote:
> Am 10.
November 2019 13:40:11 MEZ schrieb Peter
> Toye <address@hidden>:
>> Thanks. I'll give it a whirl. But where do I
download it from? The LP
>> web site doesn't offer anything more
advances than 2.19.83.
> That seems to be a misunderstanding. 2.21
> not been released yet and can only be compiled from source.
>> Best regards,
>> Sunday, November 10, 2019, 12:18:16 PM, Andrew Bernard wrote:
>> Hi Peter,
>> It's pretty good. Lilypond suffers from
the overly false modesty that
>> all open source projects have, which
is to declare development versions
>> 'unstable'. Technically this
may be accurate to say, but in practice I
>> have found the
development versions over many years to always be
good, a real tribute to the excellence of our developers.
>> It's the
same with version numbering in open source: modesty demands
some programs sit at version 0.9 or so for up to even decades
>> until proved utterly error free beyond all earthly standards.
>> Where's the harm in it? You can always install multiple versions
>> by side.
Sun, 10 Nov 2019 at 23:04, Peter Toye <address@hidden>
>> I'm asking because I need to assemble a score with
>> sizes (page-turning issues in piano music) and the
bug I asked about
>> yesterday is reportedly corrected. But I hate
working with unstable
>> software - I wrote enough of that in my
programming days :) And even
>> more debugging someone else's
software (reason - ditto).