So I narrowed down the problem, but I do not understand it. It will compile when, within the .gabc file, it says "just.(ijijxj)" but not when it says "just.(ijijxjkj_)". Does anyone know why?

On 12/1/2016 12:02 PM, Br. Anthony of the Desert wrote:


When I put in the second \gregorioscore into my .tex file, it will not compile. It gives me:

    Package GregorioTeX Warning: initial-style gabc header is deprecated.

    (GregorioTeX) Use \gresetinitiallines instead on input line 8.

    [2]) [3] ("./Meal Advent.aux"))

    29805 words of node memory still in use:

    1012 hlist, 148 vlist, 589 rule, 1 local_par, 750 glue, 734 kern,
    6 penalty,

    288 glyph, 1506 attribute, 54 glue_spec, 314 attribute_list, 1
    write, 1 user_d

    efined nodes

    avail lists: 2:4434,3:657,4:34,5:783,6:564,7:246,8:53,9:347,10:25,11:2


    Module gregoriotex Error:

    (gregoriotex) Unable to open "Meal Advent".gaux on input line 0


    <*> "Meal Advent.tex"


There are two warnings which both say, "Use \gresetinitiallines instead on input line 8." but I do not know what this means. I have gone through the .gabc file in question, and I cannot find any errors in the coding of it.

Br. Anthony

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