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Re: 2.25.2 optional fine endings

From: Paul Scott
Subject: Re: 2.25.2 optional fine endings
Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2023 13:04:29 -0700
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On 3/13/23 11:26 AM, Jean Abou Samra wrote:

Le lundi 13 mars 2023 à 11:05 -0700, Paul Scott a écrit :

On 3/13/23 10:51 AM, Jean Abou Samra wrote:

Le lundi 13 mars 2023 à 10:47 -0700, Paul Scott a écrit :

It seems like I need to know where repeatCommands is documented.

Use the index, Luke!

That's exactly what I did.  It takes me to NR 1.4.1 Manual Repeats which
is far from being a complete documentation of repeatCommands.

Ok... it's the best documentation we have, though. What else would you like to know about repeatCommands? I don't immediately see what's missing from that section, although I'm admittedly not the best placed to view things with a fresh user point of view.

I've read your wonderful scheme documentation.  I'm still struggling to make sense of Aaron's simple code

\fixed c' {
   \set Score.repeatCommands = #`((volta ,voltaFine))
   c4 d c2 \bar "|."
   \set Score.repeatCommands = #`((volta #f) (volta ,voltaCont))
   f4 g a b
   \set Score.repeatCommands = #'((volta #f))

I'm extremely familiar with a number of programming languages including Forth.  If one of you could say more about what the line:

   \set Score.repeatCommands = #`((volta #f) (volta ,voltaCont))

does and how it relates with

   \set Score.repeatCommands = #(list(list 'volta voltaCont))

I might be able to go farther. 

TIA for any more help  with this,


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