Re: Regenerating Lilypond files

2013-01-03 Thread Julien Rioux
On 17/04/2012 10:09 AM, John McKay wrote: Yeah, I actually tried things like this. It doesn't seem to work. Even if you actually modify the file and then change it back, LyX still knows that the file hasn't changed. So, I don't think whatever decision LyX is making is based on the

Re: Regenerating Lilypond files

2013-01-03 Thread Julien Rioux
On 17/04/2012 10:09 AM, John McKay wrote: Yeah, I actually tried things like this. It doesn't seem to work. Even if you actually modify the file and then change it back, LyX still knows that the file hasn't changed. So, I don't think whatever decision LyX is making is based on the

Re: Regenerating Lilypond files

2013-01-03 Thread Julien Rioux
On 17/04/2012 10:09 AM, John McKay wrote: Yeah, I actually tried things like this. It doesn't seem to work. Even if you actually modify the file and then change it back, LyX still "knows" that the file hasn't "changed." So, I don't think whatever decision LyX is making is based on the

Re: Regenerating Lilypond files

2012-04-17 Thread John McKay
Yeah, I actually tried things like this.  It doesn't seem to work.  Even if you actually modify the file and then change it back, LyX still knows that the file hasn't changed. So, I don't think whatever decision LyX is making is based on the modification timestamp.  That would seem to be the

Re: Regenerating Lilypond files

2012-04-17 Thread John McKay
Yeah, I actually tried things like this.  It doesn't seem to work.  Even if you actually modify the file and then change it back, LyX still knows that the file hasn't changed. So, I don't think whatever decision LyX is making is based on the modification timestamp.  That would seem to be the

Re: Regenerating Lilypond files

2012-04-17 Thread John McKay
Yeah, I actually tried things like this.  It doesn't seem to work.  Even if you actually modify the file and then change it back, LyX still "knows" that the file hasn't "changed." So, I don't think whatever decision LyX is making is based on the modification timestamp.  That would seem to be

Re: Regenerating Lilypond files

2012-04-16 Thread Thomas Coffee
On GNU/Linux, an easy way to solve it would be to run touch *.ly in the directory(ies) containing the Lilypond files to make them appear modified. Perhaps someone else knows how to do it the right way. - Thomas On Sun, Apr 15, 2012 at 4:24 PM, John McKay jzmc...@yahoo.com wrote: I am

Re: Regenerating Lilypond files

2012-04-16 Thread Thomas Coffee
On GNU/Linux, an easy way to solve it would be to run touch *.ly in the directory(ies) containing the Lilypond files to make them appear modified. Perhaps someone else knows how to do it the right way. - Thomas On Sun, Apr 15, 2012 at 4:24 PM, John McKay jzmc...@yahoo.com wrote: I am

Re: Regenerating Lilypond files

2012-04-16 Thread Thomas Coffee
On GNU/Linux, an easy way to solve it would be to run touch *.ly in the directory(ies) containing the Lilypond files to make them appear modified. Perhaps someone else knows how to do it the "right" way. - Thomas On Sun, Apr 15, 2012 at 4:24 PM, John McKay wrote: > I am