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rehearsalMarkFormatter => markFormatter in 2.24.0

From: Richard Shann
Subject: rehearsalMarkFormatter => markFormatter in 2.24.0
Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2023 12:45:42 +0000
User-agent: Evolution 3.38.3-1

I've noticed a name change in 2.24 where
rehearsalMarkFormatter has become markFormatter.
I want to make scores that can be compiled under either 2.22 or 2.24 so
I tried this:

\version "2.24.0"
xxx = rehearsalMarkFormatter

%\version "2.22.0"
%xxx = markFormatter

\relative c'' {
  \set Score.\xxx = #format-mark-box-alphabet
  c1 \mark \default
  c1 \mark \default
  c1 \mark #8
  c1 \mark \default
  c1 \mark \default

If the commenting out is switched round this continues to work.
(The definition of xxx would be in an include file in a versioned

My question is, is this a reasonable approach? 
Specifically is it reliable to use variables in this way, as components
of a property?

Richard Shann

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