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Re: Possible bug, or I am doing something wrong?

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: Possible bug, or I am doing something wrong?
Date: Wed, 06 Jun 2012 09:33:29 +0200
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Sami Amiris <address@hidden> writes:

> David Kastrup <dak <at> gnu.org> writes:
>> There are so many things going wrong here that it is not actually easy
>> to start.  This is still not a minimal example, and in fact it would
>> warrant several minimal examples.
> As I said, I am a newbie. I stretched my abilities to shrink it this far.
>> One thing that goes wrong is that \bar complains because it tries
>> accessing the Timing context before it has even been created.  Starting
>> music with \bar apparently is not supported.  Acutely embarrassing.
> You mean I should be embarrassed, or the program? :)
>> But that does not seem related to the \autochange going haywire: it is
>> not clear to me whether this is because the material ends up in the same
>> voice, or whether it is just that one of the \stemUp/\stemDown does not
>> have an effect where it would be needed.
> So that means that I wrote everything all wrong, or that they are bugs
> involved?

It means that if there is supposed to be a right way, it is too hard to
discover.  You triggered a number of bugs and/or design deficiencies.
Enough of them actually to make for several independent bug reports.  I
think that your main issue would likely show even with \bar in the
example, so that would be one report.

> Is the world cubic, or I pounded it into shape-change? :)

David Kastrup

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