Richard Shann | 4 Oct 10:39 2011
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Clean tarball creation.

Jeremiah,

from irc #denemo
<jmaslibre> rshann: hello,  There is an empty directory and his parent
in the tarball that are not present in git
"denemo-0.9.2/actions/menus/ObjectMenu/ChordMenu/Markings/TextMarks" and
his parent "Markings".

This perhaps means that you created the tarball over the top of an
existing directory structure which had debris from older versions in it.
In this case harmless but it would give us obscure bug reports in other
cases. I don't suggest we do anything about this, as the only safe thing
to do is a new release ie 0.9.4, since the current release had thousands
of references (and an unknown number of copies) from shortly after the
first upload (there are demons watching all the time :) Having more than
one version report an identical version number can cause lots of
trouble.

On another topic, I forgot to mention in the commit message that the
Reading Note Names script now clears any buttons on startup; these
buttons are particularly numerous in Simple Profile, and cause the game
buttons to be pushed off screen.

Richard
Josue Abarca | 4 Oct 16:38 2011

Debian package of Denemo 0.9.2

Hello,

The debian package of denemo 0.9.2 is ready.

http://jmaslibre.org/debian/denemo/denemo-0.9.2/

To build the packages:

dget -xu http://jmaslibre.org/debian/denemo/denemo-0.9.2/denemo_0.9.2-1.dsc

$ cd ../denemo-0.9.2
$ dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot -us -uc

(the build-dependencies are needed)

I will make a couple of tests today and then I will upload it to
Debian.

Thanks for all your work and help.

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Jeremiah Benham | 5 Oct 17:19 2011

Re: Clean tarball creation.

Ok. Should it be a clone of master or 0.9.2? 

Jeremiah

Sent from my Samsung smartphone on AT&T

Richard Shann <richard.shann@...> wrote:

>Jeremiah,
>
>from irc #denemo
><jmaslibre> rshann: hello,  There is an empty directory and his parent
>in the tarball that are not present in git
>"denemo-0.9.2/actions/menus/ObjectMenu/ChordMenu/Markings/TextMarks" and
>his parent "Markings".
>
>This perhaps means that you created the tarball over the top of an
>existing directory structure which had debris from older versions in it.
>In this case harmless but it would give us obscure bug reports in other
>cases. I don't suggest we do anything about this, as the only safe thing
>to do is a new release ie 0.9.4, since the current release had thousands
>of references (and an unknown number of copies) from shortly after the
>first upload (there are demons watching all the time :) Having more than
>one version report an identical version number can cause lots of
>trouble.
>
>On another topic, I forgot to mention in the commit message that the
>Reading Note Names script now clears any buttons on startup; these
>buttons are particularly numerous in Simple Profile, and cause the game
>buttons to be pushed off screen.
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Richard Shann | 5 Oct 18:25 2011
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Re: Clean tarball creation.

On Wed, 2011-10-05 at 10:19 -0500, Jeremiah Benham wrote:
> Ok. Should it be a clone of master or 0.9.2? 
I think you must have misread my message, I don't think we should do a
new release. But we should in future do all our testing by downloading
the proposed release tarball and configuring and building that from
scratch. When we are happy that it is ok, sign and upload it to ftp.gnu.

BTW I have been using Denemo to typeset some Tudor keyboard music and
have found the Voice handling too awkward, so I have put some work into
that - now you can declare a staff to be a voice and it remains so
whether or not you display it on separate staffs.

Richard

> 
> Jeremiah
> 
> Sent from my Samsung smartphone on AT&T
> 
> Richard Shann <richard.shann@...> wrote:
> 
> >Jeremiah,
> >
> >from irc #denemo
> ><jmaslibre> rshann: hello,  There is an empty directory and his parent
> >in the tarball that are not present in git
> >"denemo-0.9.2/actions/menus/ObjectMenu/ChordMenu/Markings/TextMarks" and
> >his parent "Markings".
> >
> >This perhaps means that you created the tarball over the top of an
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Richard Shann | 5 Oct 22:28 2011
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Re: Clean tarball creation.

On Wed, 2011-10-05 at 17:25 +0100, Richard Shann wrote:
> On Wed, 2011-10-05 at 10:19 -0500, Jeremiah Benham wrote:
> > Ok. Should it be a clone of master or 0.9.2? 
> I think you must have misread my message, I don't think we should do a
> new release. 
Well, perhaps I spoke a little soon :) I just stumbled across a horrible
crash (it happens when one script calls a command which has not been
instantiated though I can't think why it hasn't got reported before).
So I think we should be thinking of releasing fairly soon anyway, and
this time, as I say, we should strive to make it clean on the first
strike.

Richard
Richard Shann | 6 Oct 10:27 2011
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[Fwd: Re: [gnu-prog-discuss] Trying to upload new releases]

Jeremiah, Nils,

The attached email has some useful information about the fto uploading.
Basically, to avoid potential problems it is best to upload the big
files before the sig file.

Richard

From: Karl Berry <karl@...>
Subject: Re: [gnu-prog-discuss] Trying to upload new releases
Date: 2011-10-06 01:00:44 GMT
Hi Steve,

Glad it worked.  Since I already wrote out this reply I'll
send it for whatever future debugging value it may have ...

    Sorry to bother you with something trivial, but I am having
    difficulty uploading a new release of my package, Electric.

It's no bother and not trivial.  We want uploads to work easily and
reliably!  (I'll keep the list in cc.)

First, I surmise that what might be happening is that the ftp upload
processor is working on the file before it has finished uploading.
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Josue Abarca | 6 Oct 16:31 2011

Re: Debian package of Denemo 0.9.2

Hello, the Debian package of Denemo is now available in Debian Sid for
all the official architectures[0]:

http://packages.debian.org/sid/denemo

Cheers.

[0] https://buildd.debian.org/status/package.php?p=denemo
[1] http://www.debian.org/ports/index.en.html#portlist-released

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Richard Shann | 12 Oct 15:47 2011
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Alternatives to Right Click on Menu items

I just noticed that if I hold down the shift or Ctrl key while left
clicking on a menu item I get the right click menu.
Does anyone else see this?
I get nothing with Alt on the other hand, which I am told is what old
Apples use for a right button...
Richard
Josue Abarca | 12 Oct 15:55 2011

Re: Alternatives to Right Click on Menu items

On Wed, Oct 12, 2011 at 02:47:43PM +0100, Richard Shann wrote:
> I just noticed that if I hold down the shift or Ctrl key while left
> clicking on a menu item I get the right click menu.
> Does anyone else see this?
> I get nothing with Alt on the other hand, which I am told is what old
> Apples use for a right button...
> Richard

I see the same behavior here, using denemo 0.9.2.

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Josue Abarca | 12 Oct 17:00 2011

Problem with scheme script ReBar

Hello, in Denemo 0.9.2, the scheme script: ReBar

(actions/menus/ObjectMenu/MovementMenu/ReBar)

seems that now is not detecting Time Signature changes[0].

I have been trying to debug the script using "Debugger".

The problem seems to be in "GetTimeSigChange", and the call to
d-InsertTimeSig.

I do not know why but, adding a call to "(Debugger)" right before the
call to d-InsertTimeSig "fixes" the problem.

Like this:
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
(define (GetTimeSigChange)
                (begin
                (Debugger)
		(set! TimeSig (string-&gt;number (d-InsertTimeSig "query=timesigname") ))
                )
);GetTimeSig
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

In fact, adding any call to d-GetUserInput before the call to
d-InsertTimeSig "fixes" the problem.

Maybe this notes about the problem help to fix it :).

Cheers and thanks for your work in Denemo :).
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