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Re: MusicXML import: looking for co-sponsors

From: Matevz Jekovec
Subject: Re: MusicXML import: looking for co-sponsors
Date: Tue, 29 Nov 2005 22:12:37 +0100
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>xml2ly is:
>If anybody has already tried xml2ly and got it to run properly, why are they
>not satisfied with it? Is it because the "necessary basic" is more than just
>the (claimed) features of the converter? It supposedly can do:
>multi-parts score
>multi-voices parts
>multi-staves parts (piano parts)
>clef and time changes
>slurs and ties
Linux users can use NoteEdit meanwhile. It can import from MusicXML all
the above mentioned features (+ arbitrary text, hidden rests, lyrics
etc.). The only major unsupported feature is the non-standard tuplets
(currently only triplets are supported), but I'm working on it for
2.8.1. It supports both MusicXML and Lily export formats among the others.

NoteEdit is going to be in the future Qt4-only project, so we're aiming
to port it to other non-Unix platforms as well.

- Matevž

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