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Re: glossary - add 'high bass clef'

From: James
Subject: Re: glossary - add 'high bass clef'
Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2012 16:51:20 +0100


On 24 October 2012 16:39, ArnoldTheresius <address@hidden> wrote:
> James wrote
>> Arnold
>> I think this might be better on dev list than bug so I am ccing dev in
>> case you are not subscribed to that list yet.
>> ...
>> James
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>> https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/bug-lilypond
> Thanks, James, for your patience with me.
> Yes, I have allready subscribed the dev list.
> Looking backward, it would have been better I would have posted it at the
> dev mailing list.
> And now just a description for my last point.
> I'm working with lily on a Win7/64, and have the lilydev VM installed on it,
> but this computer is not connected to any network.
> The internet contact is done from a different machine, but there is "by
> definition" no chance to install even the lilydev VM or git.
> Well, the download of UBUNTU packes for the VM is no problem (create a
> download script and supply the packages later on file system). In the same
> way a 'git download of a zipped source tree' is easy, too, as every echange
> of file is.

Well it depends on how much you intend contributing to the project, it
might be as simple to make a git formatted patch and attach that to an
email, then go back-and-forth with someone who will be willing to
shepherd your patch on any complex changes.

However that's not really a good long term solution.

So what do you want to do with your initial patch?


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