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A few questions about Scheme functions

Jérôme Plût-2
I have a few questions about using Scheme to build Lilypond data.

1. I have some Scheme code that builds custom articulations (more
precisely, it attaches metadata to NoteEvents, and the only way I found
to make this possible is via putting it in a custom, invisible
articulation, but let's not digress too much).

The code I use to declare this custom articulation is:

\layout { \context { \Score
  scriptDefinitions = #(append default-script-alist `(
  ("void" . ((stencil . #f) (direction . ,UP) (avoid-slur . ignore)))
)) } }

However, this is Lilypond code, not Scheme code. My code is in a .scm
file, which is read in the user files as #(load "code.scm").

Does there exist a way to modify the articulations table from inside a
Scheme code block (such as (begin <code...>) )? I tried wrapping this
inside #{ ... #}, but to no effect.



2. A variant of 1. above: say I have a music expression such as

voiceone = \relative {
  c d e f g \mymacro { a b c }
}

where mymacro is defined as

mymacro = #(define-music-function (parser location music) (ly:music?)
  ; ...
  (let (music-rel #{ \relative $music #}) ...))

This works as intended (i.e. the third note is interpreted as a c', not a
c). However, trying to build the exact same expression in a Scheme way
does not work:
  (let (music-rel (make-music 'RelativeOctaveMusic 'element music)) ...)
leaves the music expression untouched.

  So the two questions are:
  2.1 From within the \mymacro function, does there exist a way to know
      that we are called in a \relative scope?
  2.2 Does there exist a “clean Scheme” (no #{ #}) way to interpret the
      parameter as relative music?



3. I have a function that takes some music as input and produces a lyrics
variable, for instance:

voiceone = \relative {
  % the \metadata macro adds some invisible articulation, nothing is
  produced
  c d e\metadata "foobar" f g ...
  %    ^ HERE ^
}

#(define (myfunction music) ... )

 ; this produces a Lyrics variable containing text "foobar" at the
 appropriate position
\score { \new PianoStaff <<
  \new Staff << \voiceone >>
  % this produces something equivalent to \lyrics { ""2 "foobar"4 }
  \new Lyrics << #(myfunction voiceone) >>
}

My code for now works as I intend it to, but I would like to add info to
the PDF file so that a mouse click on the "foobar" lyrics goes to the
place where \metadata is called (at the HERE comment above)?

(Maybe something with “ly:set-origin!” ? The documentation of this
function is not crystal clear...)

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