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Section “Manuals” in General Information - LilyPond

Section “Manuals” in General Information - LilyPond

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Community 140 LilyPond 2.7.27, release 4 - January 13, 2006 The fourth release of our Grand Unified Binary for 2.7.27 is available. This release uses Pango 1.11.1, which has support for ligatures and kerning. Enjoy! ([Old downloads], page 53) LilyPond 2.7.27, release 3 - January 12, 2006 The third release of our Grand Unified Binaries is available. This release fixes external fontsupport, the decompression flag for Linux. Also, we have support for FreeBSD as well! Jump to the [Old downloads], page 53 get them! LilyPond 2.7.27 binaries are out - January 7, 2006 Starting with 2.7.26, the development team has been working on the installers. We’re proud to announce another version of these: they are now available for Linux/x86, MacOS X and Windows. LilyPond 2.7.27 is out - January 7, 2006 This release allows you to switch staff lines on and off individually (feature sponsored by Andrea Valle). ([Changes], page 67, [Old downloads], page 53) Linux Journal article - January 2006 Linux Journal publishes an article on Make Stunning Schenker Graphs with GNU LilyPond. It is a in-depth but hands-on feature article with crisp LilyPond graphics. Author Kris Shaffer remarks “GNU LilyPond generates beautiful graphics that make commercial alternatives seem second-rate.” This article is now available on-line. New binaries for LilyPond 2.7.26 - January 4, 2006 The Development team has been working around the clock to improve to fix the first wave bugs reported by you. The new results for MacOS and Windows are up on the [Old downloads], page 53 page. Let us know how you fare! LilyPond 2.7.26 is out - December 31, 2005 This release has an improvement in the MusicXML importer (feature sponsored by Mark vd Borre’s Music Academy): now, staves and voices are also setup, so you can readily run LilyPond on the .ly output. The important occasion for this release is our new build environment: we have completely revamped it, which means that binaries for all platforms (including MacOS, Windows, Linux/x86, but probably FreeBSD too) will be more quickly available for download. A happy 2006 from the LilyPond Development Team! ([Changes], page 67, [Old downloads], page 53) LilyPond 2.7.25 is out - December 24, 2005 This release has various bugfixes. Also, stems on the center line now have their directions interpolated to minimize the number of direction changes (feature sponsored by Basil Crow and Mike Rolish). ([Changes], page 67, [Old downloads], page 53) LilyPond 2.7.24 is out - December 20, 2005 This release fixes a couple of bugs, but more importantly, slurs now avoid TupletNumbers, and tuplet numbers may enter the staff (feature sponsored by Trent Johnston), tuplet brackets and numbers are implemented as separate grobs, TupletBracket and TupletNumber (rewrite sponsored by Trent Johnston), string arguments for music functions may be specified without # marks. This allows syntactical constructs (like \clef and \bar) to be expressed in generic music functions. ([Changes], page 67, [Old downloads], page 53)

Community 141 LilyPond 2.7.23 is out - December 19, 2005 This release has the following new features: • Ties in chords are also formatted using score based formatting. This reduces the number of collisions for ties in chords (feature sponsored by Steve Doonan). • With the \tweak music function, layout objects that are directly connected to input may be tuned easily (feature sponsored by Sean Reed and Bertalan Fodor). • Generic music functions may now also be used on articulations and chord elements (feature sponsored by Sean Reed and Bertalan Fodor). • Better support for MusicXML, more options for spacing Lyrics; it is now possible to separately specify minimum distances for normal and hyphenated syllables (features sponsored by Mark van den Borre and Bertalan Fodor. ([Changes], page 67, [Old downloads], page 53) LilyPond 2.7.22 is out - December 9, 2005 This release has better support for MusicXML: it also supports ties, beams and editorial accidentals. It also has more options for spacing Lyrics; it is now possible to separately specify minimum distances for normal and hyphenated syllables. These features were sponsored by Mark van den Borre and Bertalan Fodor. ([Changes], page 67, [Old downloads], page 53) LilyPond 2.7.21 is out - December 5, 2005 Saint Nicholas brings you ... a MusicXML convertor for LilyPond! The convertor is basic, but working. Check out the LilyPond Software Design pages for MusicXML features that can be sponsored. LilyPond 2.7.20 is out - December 2, 2005 This release contains the following improvements: Texts set in a TrueType font are now kerned. Using the TeX no longer requires linking or dynamically opening the kpathsea library, making the backend more easily usable on various systems (feature sponsored by Christian Ebert of Black Trash Productions). ([Changes], page 67, [Old downloads], page 53) LilyPond 2.6.5 is out - December 1, 2005 This release updates the bugreporting address and reorganizes the documentation tree. ([Old downloads], page 53) LilyPond 2.7.19 is out - November 26, 2005 This version contains a few bugfixes, and now allows the type of brackets in system start bracket hierarchies to be specified. Also, the horizontal alignment of rehearsal marks may be changed: marks can be put on key signatures, clefs, time signatures, etc. ([Changes], page 67, [Old downloads], page 53) LilyPond 2.7.18 is out - November 21, 2005 This version features nestable system start delimiters, like bracket, brace. It also adds "square" line bracket (feature sponsored by Trevor Baca). It also has refactored routines for tie formatting. This will make it easier to get better tie formatting for chords (feature sponsored by Steve Doonan). It also has a few bug fixes. ([Changes], page 67, [Old downloads], page 53) LilyPond 2.7.17 is out - November 17, 2005 This version has refactored routines for tie formatting. This will make it easier to get better tie formatting for chords (feature sponsored by Steve Doonan). It also has a few bug fixes. ([Changes], page 67, [Old downloads], page 53)

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