If you have several \book blocks in a .ly file, then you will get
one output PDF file for each \book. If the input file is called
test.ly, then the outputs will be test.pdf test-1.pdf test-2.pdf ...
if I remember correctly.
> I've wondered about this for a while. In the following section of
> the doc it says:
> 10.4.1 Paper size
> . . .if the \paper block is at the top of the file, then it will
> apply to all pages.
> If the \paper block is inside a \book, then the paper size will
> only apply to that book.
> The construction here sounds as if more than one \book might be
> possible although when I try it only the first book is recognized. I
> can envisage that multiple books could be useful. Is there a way?
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which will result in two files, complete_score.pdf and piano.pdf.
Am Montag, den 27.03.2006, 13:52 +0200 schrieb Mats Bengtsson:
> If you have several \book blocks in a .ly file, then you will get
> one output PDF file for each \book. If the input file is called
> test.ly, then the outputs will be test.pdf test-1.pdf test-2.pdf ...
> if I remember correctly.