Let's say I work on two pieces of music: piece-one.ly and piece-two.ly. Each of them has some files included, like "deutsch.ly" or "frameEngraver-bars-and-boxes.ly". Now I want to combine both files into one PDF document. To achieve this, I create a new *.ly file (main.ly) which has piece-one.ly and piece-two.ly included. And now the error happens.
Of course, I can exclude "frameEngraver-bars-and-boxes.ly" from piece-one.ly and piece-two.ly and include it into main.ly. But then... if I want to compile piece-one.ly separetly - I have to include it again. The point is that it is not comfortable to repeat this process again and again. Dnia 11-08-2013 o godz. 17:30 David Kastrup napisał(a): > "Karol Majewski" <karo...@wp.pl> writes: > > > Hi, > > > > just found a small bug in frameEngraver-bars-and-boxes.ly. > > > > When the main *.ly file includes more than one *.ly file, like: > > > > \include "1.ly" > > \include "2.ly" > > > > ... and each of those files (1.ly, 2.ly) includes > > frameEngraver-bars-and-boxes.ly, then I cannot compile the main.ly, > > because of: > > Why should one be able to include the code in > frameEngraver-bars-and-boxes.ly twice in a single document? > > -- > David Kastrup > > > _______________________________________________ > lilypond-user mailing list > email@example.com > https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/lilypond-user _______________________________________________ lilypond-user mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/lilypond-user