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Re: [PATCHES]: Converting header and lyrics with musicxml2ly

From: Han-Wen Nienhuys
Subject: Re: [PATCHES]: Converting header and lyrics with musicxml2ly
Date: Thu, 6 Sep 2007 14:47:05 +0200

2007/9/6, Reinhold Kainhofer <address@hidden>:
> Thanks for giving me access. Since I'm new to git, I'm not sure how exactly I
> should commit in a new branch without messing up the whole repository. Is the
> following okay?
> git clone ssh://address@hidden/srv/git/lilypond
> git branch kainhofer
> git checkout kainhofer
> /* make changes */
> git commit -a
> git push

Probably you'll want to do

 git push kainhofer:refs/heads/dev/kainhofer

(this pushes to dev/kainhofer)

There is actually no reason to name your local branch kainhofer.
You can simply push from your local master to remote dev/kainhofer

> > Cool. You might want to contact Darius Blasband , address@hidden , who
> > has been asking me for better MusicXML support for some time.  He will also
> > have good Finale examples.
> Actually, I found out that Finale runs perfectly fine using Wine on Linux, so
> I have now generated several unit-test files (MusicXML export from Finale,
> Rosegarden, JScore, Noteedit) for the feature I have implemented and for some
> missing features/bugs.

> Where shall I put these files? Do they belong to the git repository at all?
> You mentioned something about regression tests...

Yes; I suggest adding them to input/regression/musicxml/ . There has
to be a proper GNUmakefile in that directory too, but if you can't
manage that someone else can add one.

Han-Wen Nienhuys - address@hidden -

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