I'd rather not since it so glaringly wrong. All other names of kind
"-eh" are _lowered_ by a quarternote, but this one is raised. Even if
you wanted to start it off b, it would have to be called bih (assuming
Fix and align musicxml and input language "deutsch"
In \language "deutsch" use b only to replace hes
The quartertone names should all be derived from h instead of b since
beh was being used inconsistently.
Fix deutsch language of musicxml2py
Use b only for hes and nothing else. Also use asas and asah instead
of ases and aseh.
On 2020/02/09 22:27:55, lemzwerg wrote:
> > > What about providing an alias for the old name 'beh'
> > for backward compatibility?
> > I'd rather not since it so glaringly wrong. [...]
> OK, but then we need either a NEWS entry or a convert-ly rule (or
does not show any documented German usage. Language-specific conversion
rules are pretty heavy-handed (basically, a file needs to contain
\language "deutsch" but no other \language to have them apply, and the
string "beh" is also a common element of words like "behalten" so one
needs to prune carefully). I am comparatively leery assuming that any
preexisting detected use that isn't a false positive in the first place
has worked as intended. But on the other hand, there was no other way
to enter heh, and it's been around like this for a long time. I'd
rather have this done proper in 2.20.