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Re: translation functions

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: translation functions
Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2012 07:17:51 +0200
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Colin Hall <address@hidden> writes:

> On Sun, Jun 24, 2012 at 02:23:36PM +0000, Ken wrote:
>> > So it would appear that your files relied on constructs that convert-ly
>> > (of course assuming that you had correct \version headers for the _old_
>> > version so that convert-ly would actually be inclined to try converting)
>> > is not able to upgrade.
>> > 
>> > Without an actual example, not more than that can be said or done.
>> Think I got it.  I do appreciate your input and willingness to help.
>> All my string tunings used numbers (semi-tones); as soon as I went
>> to the pre-
>> defined "banjo-open-g-tuning" everything worked great.  Still, the program's 
>> response wasn't all that helpful in pointing that out.
>> Then, documentation says pre-defined tunings are in
>> "scm/string-tunings-init.scm" but they're not:
>> I found them in ly/string-tunings-init.ly -- and changes made 
>> there (custom tunings and names) seem to work so far.
>> Thanks again. 
> Glad to hear you got it working, Ken.
> Thanks, David, for helping Ken to figure it out.
> It looks like there is no bug to report here.

It might be a problem with convert-ly, but without an actual example I
don't see that it makes sense entering a report.

David Kastrup

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