[Laura Conrad] abc2ly -b writes bad lilypond for '>' construct

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[Laura Conrad] abc2ly -b writes bad lilypond for '>' construct

Laura Conrad

I just checked this problem in lilypond 2.7.35, and it is still trying
to beam the dotted quarter note and the eighth note together.
However, the output is more acceptable, as the eighth note
has what looks like half a beam attached to it, instead of looking
like  a quarter note, as it does in 2.6.6.



In lilypond 2.6.6, when you use the -b option to abc2ly, it attempts
to beam a dotted quarter and eighth note if there isn't a space
between them.  That is, the ABC:
       
        f>e

is incorrectly translated to the lilypond:

       fis''4. [   e''8]

which in 2.6.6 (this may be another bug) is printed without a flag on
the e''8.  

The ABC:

    f > e

is correctly translated to:

   fis''4.   e''8

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Laura (mailto:[hidden email] , http://www.laymusic.org/ )
(617) 661-8097 fax: (501) 641-5011
233 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02139



--
Laura (mailto:[hidden email] , http://www.laymusic.org/ )
(617) 661-8097 fax: (501) 641-5011
233 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02139

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