I've started working on a package for displaying harmonic analysis
symbols. In the submodule for functional analysis I have (using the
original code of Malte Meyn) the main command \function, which gives
very obvious code like
(for an intermediate dominant seventh with the "3" in bass position).
What do you guys here think: Could the use of "function" as a command
name lead a) to confusion by people mistaking it as a language keyword
or b) to issues down the road if at some point one might want to create
a core LilyPond procedure with that name?
I think that \function is *not* a good name. It's too general.
An adjective added to it might resolve the problem.