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Re: snippet "Accordion register symbols"

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: snippet "Accordion register symbols"
Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2018 10:36:48 +0200
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Federico Bruni <address@hidden> writes:

> http://lsr.di.unimi.it/LSR/Item?id=929
> This snippet contains a typo and a wrong link to NR:
>  texidoc = "
> Accordion register symbols are available as @code{\\markup} as well as
> as standalone music events (as register changes tend to occur between
> actual music events. Bass registers are not overly standardized. The
> available commands can be found in 'Accordion Registers' in the
> Notation Reference.
> "
> 1. typo: there's a missing closing bracket after "music events".
> 2. There's no 'Accordion Registers' node anymore in the NR:
> $ git grep '@node Accordion' Documentation/notation
> Documentation/notation/keyboards.itely:586:@node Accordion
> Documentation/notation/notation-appendices.itely:1152:@node Accordion
> glyphs
> Also, shouldn't we use a cross-ref to link from Snippet to NR manual?
> So it should be:
>  available commands can be found in @ruser{Discant symbols}
> BTW, even if not used anymore in the documentation, wrong node name is
> also in this obsolete snippet:
> http://lsr.di.unimi.it/LSR/Item?id=194
> No need to open an issue, I think, since these changes must be made on
> the LSR.

Using @ruser carries the danger of documentation builds becoming more
complicated when you want to change section names.  Basically, you need
to put the snippet in snippets/new whenever you do that in order to
synch the change with the current LilyPond version.

David Kastrup

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