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Re: How do I apply Rune Zedeler's slash patch?

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: How do I apply Rune Zedeler's slash patch?
Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2001 15:17:31 +0200

> Hi folks,
> hi Rune,
> I have one question to you - when I try to patch lily with your slash patch,
> compile, do a and some manual cleaning, do a make install,
> ly2dvi and likewise lilypond exit with the following message:
> error: checksum mismatch for font file: 
> `/usr/local/share/lilypond/afm/feta13.afm' does not match: 
> `/var/tmp/@7844.1ly2dvi/feta13.tfm'
>  TFM: -1337322217 AFM: -1930152516
>  Rebuild all .afm files, and remove all .pk and .tfm files.  Rerun with -V to 
> show font paths.
> Fehler: Fehler: command exited with value 256
> Traceback (most recent call last):
>   File "/usr/local/bin/ly2dvi", line 536, in ?
>     dvi_name = do_files (files, extra)
>   File "/usr/local/bin/ly2dvi", line 428, in do_files
>     run_lilypond (fs)
>   File "/usr/local/bin/ly2dvi", line 268, in run_lilypond
>     system ('lilypond  %s %s ' % (opts, fs))
>   File "/usr/local/bin/ly2dvi", line 217, in system
>     error (msg)
>   File "/usr/local/bin/ly2dvi", line 126, in error
>     raise _ ("Exiting ... ")
> Exiting ...                                  
> This is quite unexplainable to me, because there were no more old font files
> left before the installation. Or does the have to go before the
> make command even? This would be strange, as I installed other lily versions
> with font changes before no problem with this method.

I think make will not rebuild the feta*.afm files unless you do a 

>> rm mf/out/feta*
>> make 
>> make install

However, I'm confused by the error message.
It complains about the feta13.tfm file in /var/tmp/@7844.1ly2dvi/,
which looks as the temporary working directory for the ly2dvi run.
I don't understand why the .tfm file was generated there, it should
appear below the directory given by 
kpsexpand '$VARTEXFONTS'


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