# Re: BUG: Lilypond forgets to draw barline spanner after \bar ""

On 20/09/16 10:58, Simon Albrecht wrote:
> On 19.09.2016 17:12, Wols Lists wrote:
>> On 19/09/16 13:29, Simon Albrecht wrote:
>>> On 19.09.2016 14:17, Knut Petersen wrote:
>>>> Hi everybody!
>>>>
>>>> As far as I understand after \bar "" a \break is permitted in the
>>>> middle of a bar.
>>>> Lilypond is supposed to engrave the next barline at the proper place.
>>>>
>>>> At the marked places ( FIXME/ BUG) in the attached score lilypond
>>>> needs to be
>>>> forced to print a barline ... I think this is a bug, although it's
>>>> also possible that I
>>>> missed something in the docs.
>>>
>>> Sorry, Knut, but this is a totally inacceptable report. It’s not clear
>>> what you want,
>> Sorry Simon, but I think it is*extremely*  clear what his problem is.
>> Let me give you a minimal example ...
>>
>> c2 \bar "" \break c2 c4
>>
>> That should be two bars with a barline in the middle. And Knut is not
>> getting that middle barline. THAT is what is wrong with the output.
>
> A minimal example still needs to be complete and compilable. I can’t
> think of any time signature where
> c2 \bar "" \break c2 c4
> would give you a total of ‘two bars with a barline in the middle’. It
> amounts to five quarter notes’ duration – how’s that supposed to have a
> barline ‘in the middle’?

OUCH! It was meant to be c1, not c4. oops!

(But still, at default 4/4, there should still be a barline in the
middle of it somewhere :-) My money's still on a bug elsewhere in the
.ly document suppressing it, though)
>
> Best, Simon
>
>
Cheers,
Wol

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