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Re: Behavior on Errors; Separate Run Output

From: Phil Holmes
Subject: Re: Behavior on Errors; Separate Run Output
Date: Tue, 6 Sep 2016 08:45:58 +0100

"Christopher Heckman" <address@hidden> wrote in message news:address@hidden
These would probably count as "annoying" bugs.

(1) When I compile a Lilypond file that contains an error, Lilypond
should not open up the previous .pdf file: An error means I have to go
back to the file, which means closing the .pdf file first. (This could
be added in the form of a preferences menu with items like "behavior
upon error" and "behavior upon warning". Default would be "compile and
open output file".)

(2) When I compile a Lilypond file, make some changes, compile it
again, and so on, the various compilations in the log file are
continuous. Some sort of a separator (even if it's just hyphens)
should be put between compilings.

--- Christopher Heckman

As far as I'm aware, LilyPond itself does neither of these things. Are you using a program such as Frescobaldi, and confusing what it does with what LilyPond does?

Phil Holmes

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