|Subject:||Re: frescobaldi destination temp folder|
|Date:||Sun, 22 Apr 2018 00:48:30 +0200|
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Am 21.04.2018 um 14:54 schrieb Gianmaria Lari:
Yes, without looking again in the source code I assume that $FILE_NAME accesses the corresponding property of the text editor. And that only has a file name when the document is actually a file on disk. The temporary file name used for compiling unsaved scores is generated in a totally different location (of the Frescobaldi code).
I don't have the time to really think this through this weekend.
But I still don't fully understand why you don't want to save the score to an explicit file. I assume that at one point, e.g. when you deploy files to a web server you will have to use some fixed files and filenames, don't you?
Given what I see so far I would do the following:
Is that suggestion of any help?
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