# [OS X TeX] TeXShop and Lilypond

Daniel Culver danielculver at mac.com
Tue Apr 17 12:28:49 EDT 2007

Peter the addition of -f to the first line fixed everything fine.
Beautiful output.
Daniel Culver
danielculver at mac.com

On Apr 17, 2007, at 2:32 AM, Peter Dyballa wrote:

>
> Am 16.04.2007 um 17:58 schrieb Daniel Culver:
>
>> Texshop wouldn't run the version with #! /bin/tcsh and I'm not too
>> programming savvy but am willing to change things around that are
>> easy to put back. I'd still like to continue to try and get this
>> working and share my results. I put back tcsh to #!/bin/tcsh and
>> it wouldn't run, but, I added \ to the end of the line '#!/bin/tcsh
>> \ and now Texshop is running until I get to errors like 'paragraph
>> ended before \begin was complete.
>
> TeXShop has no built-in and no other reason to prefer one shell
> interpreter before the other. Actually the engine files that come
> with TeXShop are tcsh scripts.
>
> It's more likely that some of your personal RC files for tcsh might
> by faulty. This would show if you invoke in Terminal a simple tcsh.
> If this is the case, then it helps to start a shell script or a
> TeXShop engine file with
>
> 	#!/bin/tcsh -f
>
> Since I tried the engine script with a Lilypond application (Fink
> would have installed with lilypond another gigabyte of applications
> and I did not want to wait the whole night) *and* I had the Console
> application (in /Applications/Utilities) open I could see that the
> first ten minutes or such the Lilypond application was scanning the
> disk for particularly PostScript font files which were then
> compacted into a header file for dvips – otherwise the application
> might not work correctly because it is partially not using the
> installed and activated TeX distribution.
>
> Continued runs with or without TeXShop work without that time
> consuming scanning.
>
>
> The output looks great!
>
> (One moral is to try something that does not seem to work the first
> time at least a second time.)
>
> --
> Greetings
>
>   Pete
>
> A child of five could understand this!  Fetch me a child of five.
>
>
>
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