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Re: 1.4.7.jcn1 for windows]

From: William R. Brohinsky
Subject: Re: 1.4.7.jcn1 for windows]
Date: Mon, 03 Sep 2001 08:40:00 -0400

I haven't been doing lilypond long enough to have entered a large
score--at the moment I have 30 of the 96 Odhecaton songs set, each one
being less than 3 whole pages of 3,4 or 5 part polyphonic music. The
largest ones, I expect to take up 4 pages on letter-sized paper.

So for me, this is no issue. At least as long as I don't get any silly
ideas that I have to drop everything else and sit down and arrange
Tchaikowsky's 3rd symphony for symphonic band or some such! (No, I
promised not to do that until the Odhecaton is done!)

Anyway, I had missed the comment that stacksize was irrelevent on cygwin
machines, from my bad habit of reading an answering email by date: Your
post was just after Jeremie's in my queue. 

Again, though, kudos to you and everyone else who worked on 1.4.7
becoming stable-the output is once again perfect!


Mats Bengtsson wrote:
> > Of course, now, it'd be nice to have the resource file, so people who
> > have gigantic scores don't have stack overflows (although I'm simply
> > guessing that's the reason for an unlimited stack)!
> This doesn't seem to be an issue on cygwin. The
> output of 'ulimit -a' doesn't report any value of "stack size".
> Have you experienced problems with large scores in the
> windows installation?
>    /Mats

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