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Mon, 04 Aug 2008 19:43:15 +0100
I've just pushed the first tranche of work for the 0.7.10 release. It
could be quite buggy, as I have been learning git and have not had an
easy time of the merge process. I think I need the newer version of git
with git-mergetool in it. Looking at the gitweb using the browser, I
realize how little I understand git as yet - this push has changed
almost every source file but that is not obvious from the front page...
About this work, there *may* be regressions.
Specifically, Roy: apologies if I have damaged any of your work, I have
checked it over, but there may have been things you were watching for
that I have missed. Jean-Rene`: apologies for once more making the
keymap setting poorly placed in the code; I will work on getting the
initialization done before the first music score is created (so avoiding
the ugly initialization inside newview(). But I know Jeremiah is waiting
to get a sight of this work, and it does mean that we have now just one
set of GtkActions to deal with, which is an improvement in the code.
Most of the work is invisible, but you will see that we now have tabs
for new pieces of music, rather than separate windows (the tabs should
vanish when there is only one of them - to be fixed), and the LilyPond
parser is now handling multiple score blocks and the \bar directives at
the end of pieces as well as picking up some of the LilyPond directives
(much more to come on this).
- [Denemo-devel] 0.7.10,
Richard Shann <=