Richard Shann | 5 Jul 18:28 2010
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Re: 0.8.18 features

I have done this, and caught up on the release features for previous
releases. Thank you for the reminder.
Richard

On Mon, 2010-07-05 at 00:51 -0600, Josue Abarca wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 02, 2010 at 10:01:36AM +0100, Richard Shann wrote:
> > Here is the list of new features for 0.8.18 - anything missing please
> > mention.
> > 
> >       * Default behavior is now non-modal 
> >               * an easy to understand and very slick interface via
> >                 keyboard 
> >               * seamless integration with MIDI controllers 
> >       * Maximize the space for the score (with/without user's choice of
> >         menus). 
> >               * Standard View - window size, zoom, number of systems etc
> >               * No-Menu version of this view
> >               * Page View - user chooses a window size, zoom and number
> >                 of systems, which is stored with the movement for
> >                 instant recall.
> >               * Single keyboard shortcut for toggling between these
> >                 views (Esc by default).
> >       * Musical Snippets - store musical riffs/motifs to be pasted at
> ...
> > 
> > Richard
> 
> Hello, could you please add all this new features to the file
> denemo/Changelog or denemo/NEWS? Thanks for your work.
> 
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Richard Shann | 6 Jul 20:22 2010
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Ready for 0.8.18 release

I think we can release now.

 The current master is the release version, so it needs carrying over
into the stable-0.8.18 branch. If you can do this Jeremiah, please do,
else can Nils take care of that? And then the ftp upload thing - who can
do that?

I have already found a couple of bugs, which I will check in fixes for
as soon as we have the version bumped to 0.8.19

Thanks to everyone for their help in getting this out.

Richard
Nils Gey | 6 Jul 20:37 2010
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Re: Ready for 0.8.18 release

Shall I rebuild the current master or rename RC4 ?

On Tue, 06 Jul 2010 19:22:34 +0100
Richard Shann <richard.shann@...> wrote:

> I think we can release now.
> 
>  The current master is the release version, so it needs carrying over
> into the stable-0.8.18 branch. If you can do this Jeremiah, please do,
> else can Nils take care of that? And then the ftp upload thing - who can
> do that?
> 
> I have already found a couple of bugs, which I will check in fixes for
> as soon as we have the version bumped to 0.8.19
> 
> Thanks to everyone for their help in getting this out.
> 
> Richard
> 
> 
> 
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Richard Shann | 6 Jul 21:44 2010
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Re: Ready for 0.8.18 release

On Tue, 2010-07-06 at 20:37 +0200, Nils Gey wrote:
> Shall I rebuild the current master or rename RC4 ?
It is quite important that you do *not* rebuild. We would have to
re-test if you did. And if it was different it would be because of an
error. That is to say that if the sources do not match RC4 the sources
are wrong and will need to be amended. The only change that should be
there is a change to the ChangeLog file, which should not affect the
windows installer.
Richard

> 
> On Tue, 06 Jul 2010 19:22:34 +0100
> Richard Shann <richard.shann@...> wrote:
> 
> > I think we can release now.
> > 
> >  The current master is the release version, so it needs carrying over
> > into the stable-0.8.18 branch. If you can do this Jeremiah, please do,
> > else can Nils take care of that? And then the ftp upload thing - who can
> > do that?
> > 
> > I have already found a couple of bugs, which I will check in fixes for
> > as soon as we have the version bumped to 0.8.19
> > 
> > Thanks to everyone for their help in getting this out.
> > 
> > Richard
> > 
> > 
> > 
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Jeremiah Benham | 6 Jul 21:59 2010

Re: Ready for 0.8.18 release


On Jul 6, 2010, at 1:22 PM, Richard Shann <richard.shann@...>  
wrote:

> I think we can release now.
>
> The current master is the release version, so it needs carrying over
> into the stable-0.8.18 branch. If you can do this Jeremiah, please do,
> else can Nils take care of that? And then the ftp upload thing - who  
> can
> do that?

I might be able to do that tonight.
Jeremiah

> I have already found a couple of bugs, which I will check in fixes for
> as soon as we have the version bumped to 0.8.19
>
> Thanks to everyone for their help in getting this out.
>
> Richard
>
>
>
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anonymous | 8 Jul 15:54 2010
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[bug #30391] More customary ctrl+left/right behavior


URL:
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                 Summary: More customary ctrl+left/right behavior
                 Project: GNU Denemo, a gtk+ frontend to GNU Lilypond
            Submitted by: None
            Submitted on: Thu 08 Jul 2010 01:54:56 PM UTC
                Category: Feature request
                Severity: 3 - Normal
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                  Status: None
                 Privacy: Public
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             Open/Closed: Open
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Details:

Hi,
Here are a couple of scripts that imitate usual cursor behavior in word
processors for ctrl+left or right.  In denemo currently ctrl+left jumps to the
beginning of the previous bar regardless of the position of the cursor in the
current; in a word processor this jumps first to the beginning of the current
word.  So with this (assuming ctrl+left bindings are used) ctrl+left first
jumps to the beginning of current bar if you're not already there.
Ctrl+right was already identical in behaviour as far as I could tell, with
the exception of when you're in the final bar, it does nothing; this modified
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anonymous | 8 Jul 16:02 2010
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[bug #30391] More customary ctrl+left/right behavior


Follow-up Comment #1, bug #30391 (project denemo):

Not sure the best way to extend this to include the shift+ctrl+left/right. 
There doesn't seem to be a version of PrevObjectInMeasure that extends the
selection.  I assume the SetMark business is deprecated?

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Nils Gey | 8 Jul 16:47 2010
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Lilypond says commented out barlines %| from Denemo are a bug.

Lilypond says commented out barlines %| from Denemo are a bug. 
see here: http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/lilypond-user/2010-02/msg00078.html

On Tue, Feb 2, 2010 at 1:15 PM, pat eyler <address <at> hidden> wrote:
> I've looked over the lilypond doc output by denemo, and can't see
> anything obvious.  We're running lilypond  2.12.2 on Ubuntue 9.10.
>
> MvmntIVoiceI =  {
>          r8. e'2%|

This is an incomplete bar.  If the bar-line check wasn't commented out
with that % then the error would be obvious.

Denemo should produce this:
          r8. e'2 |

Please inform them about this bug in their lilypond export.

>         a'4 a' a' ~ a' a'%|
>         c'' c''2 a'4%|

... actually, there's a whole bunch of bar problems here.  Each bar
should contain 4 beats.  So far I've seen 3.5 beats, 5 beats, and 5
beats.

Cheers,
- Graham
anonymous | 8 Jul 17:49 2010
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[bug #30394] WindowsXP 64-bit crashes on startup.


URL:
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                 Summary: WindowsXP 64-bit crashes on startup.
                 Project: GNU Denemo, a gtk+ frontend to GNU Lilypond
            Submitted by: None
            Submitted on: Thu 08 Jul 2010 03:49:47 PM UTC
                Category: None
                Severity: 3 - Normal
              Item Group: None
                  Status: None
                 Privacy: Public
             Assigned to: None
             Open/Closed: Open
         Discussion Lock: Any

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Details:

Click desktop icon, and crashes.  Running WindowsXP 64-bit.  Happens with
both Denemo versions 0.8.16 and 0.8.18.

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Richard Shann | 8 Jul 18:08 2010
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[bug #30391] More customary ctrl+left/right behavior


Follow-up Comment #2, bug #30391 (project denemo):

I don't see that d-SetMark should be deprecated - if anything those built-ins
that combine cursor moves and extending selection now seem redundant, but of
course as they came in on the Ark they will never go.
I would have thought a clean way to code is to move the cursor where you want
set the mark move to the other end and set the point. I think I may have done
this recently myself. (I hope it works! I am sure it was supposed to:)

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