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Re: 64-bit Mac build of 2.20 is now available! ( issue)

From: Zone Dremik
Subject: Re: 64-bit Mac build of 2.20 is now available! ( issue)
Date: Thu, 19 Mar 2020 18:03:36 +0000 (UTC)

Thank you David, Marnen, David and Carl for your excellent suggestions and helpful examples. (I will definitely be using more variables in the future.)
For the issue, your recommendations inspired me to try using BBE. The multi-file search & replace function worked very well (this was with the free version of BBE, so I was very impressed).

Further note:
I ran a few more of the older files through and found that it is finding & updating other instances of obsolete syntax, beyond the two that are missing.

Here is a code sample, before & after, for a successful

\version "2.12.2"
\include ""
\override LyricText #'font-shape = #'italic

\version "2.20.0"
\include ""
\override LyricText.font-shape = #'italic

(A side note: By mistake, I ran the compile before and was surprised that the Lilypond 2.20 didn't reject the obsolete syntax. I definitely don't have any other versions installed on this machine.)

I'm so glad to be back in business with this 64bit build!

All the best
On Wednesday, March 18, 2020, 10:55:16 PM EDT, David Wright <address@hidden> wrote:

On Wed 18 Mar 2020 at 16:18:02 (+0000), Zone Dremik wrote:
>  It was quite a few years ago that copied this code sample from the LilyPond Notation Reference v2.18.2 webpage:
> I've compiled hundreds of Lead-Sheets with it, but haven't up-dated Lilypond since 2.18.2 until now.

Perhaps you could run sed over the files, if the relevant lines are
formatted reasonably consistently. Something like:

$ cat /tmp/
  system-system-spacing = #'((minimum-distance . 0) (basic-distance . 15) (padding . 9))
  markup-system-spacing #'basic-distance = #15
  top-system-spacing  #'basic-distance  =#15
  last-bottom-spacing #'basic-distance=  #15
  last-bottom-spacing #'padding=#9
$ sed -e "s/\(-spacing\)[ ]\+#'\([^ ]\+\)[ ]*=[ ]*#/\1.\2 = #/;" /tmp/
  system-system-spacing = #'((minimum-distance . 0) (basic-distance . 15) (padding . 9))
  markup-system-spacing.basic-distance = #15
  top-system-spacing.basic-distance = #15
  last-bottom-spacing.basic-distance = #15
  last-bottom-spacing.padding = #9



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