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Re: Weird interference between OLL, input mode, note name language

From: Jean Abou Samra
Subject: Re: Weird interference between OLL, input mode, note name language
Date: Sat, 4 Dec 2021 17:42:47 +0100
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Le 04/12/2021 à 17:35, David Kastrup a écrit :
Simon Albrecht <> writes:

Hi everyone,

I have had a very weird error pop up, which doesn’t appear to be
related to a specific LilyPond version, nor was it triggered by any
recent update to OLL (though I’m using chordmode very rarely):

In the following snippet,after loading the core package loader from
openLilyLib,Lily won’t recognise the changed note name language inside
any explicit input mode.

I attach the package.ily file from openLilyLib—I can’t see anything in
there which might cause this odd behaviour…
       (ly:parser-include-string "\\include \"oll-core/internal/init.ily\"")))
This will include oll-core/internal/init.ily if it hasn't yet been
loaded, and that will likely be responsible for messing with the

In short, what you quoted likely doesn't contain the culprit.

In oll-core/internal/file-handling.scm, I see

(define (immediate-include file)
  (if (file-exists? file)
      (let ((parser (ly:parser-clone)))
        (ly:parser-parse-string parser "\\language \"nederlands\"")
        (ly:parser-parse-string parser
          (format "\\include \"~a\"" file))

This seems a likely source of trouble, but I have
not investigated the handling of pitch names to
see how it should work.


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