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Re: How to include a file/definition temporarily?

From: Carl Sorensen
Subject: Re: How to include a file/definition temporarily?
Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2010 15:39:44 -0600

On 9/27/10 3:32 PM, "Patrick Schmidt" <address@hidden> wrote:

>> Don't feel any pressure to test my patch.  I just wanted you to
>> know it was
>> available because you had made the feature request.  It will get
>> added to
>> git relatively soon, and there should be a new release coming soon
>> as well.
>>> I
>>> actually haven't got a clue what I have to do with your patch after
>>> downloading it.
>> You would download the patch, then apply it using
>> git apply
>> Then you'd rebuild lilypond with
>> make
> Carl,
> thank you for your kind instructions. I managed to apply your patch
> (issue2208048_1012.diff) and to rebuild LilyPond v.2.13.35. I tested
> your patch and it looks marvelous to me. Thanks a million! I will
> come back to you with my five chord-shape-fretboard-table-files as
> soon as they are ready to be presented.
> BTW at the end of the build process I got the following errors:
> error: file not found: fretboards-

Do you have a file 

IF you do, you may need to run


in order to get the file from Documentation/snippets/new to

But I'm not 100% sure about that.

> I also tried to apply issue2208048_11001.diff but to no avail (loads
> of errors/process aborted). Is there anything else I have to pay
> attention to? Do I have to remove old patches before I can apply new
> ones?

Probably.  The patch is relative to master, not relative to the previous
patch set, if I understand correctly.

> P.S.: Is there anything wrong with the two patches I sent you?
> Anything missing?

I'm sorry.  The only problem is that I haven't taken the time to review
them. I'll try to get that done today.




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