[MEI-L] Sibelius to MEI 2.0 Beta
zolaemil at gmail.com
Sat Oct 10 20:23:12 CEST 2015
Andrew, thanks for the shout out, for plgToMSS
<https://github.com/tido/plgToMSS> credit goes to David Harvey!
2015-10-10 18:18 GMT+01:00 Andrew Hankinson <andrew.hankinson at gmail.com>:
> Hi everyone,
> I've been putting the finishing touches on a rewrite of the Sibelius to
> MEI plugin. Today, I'm sending around a preview release of it, to help me
> shake out any remaining bugs or missing features. So, if you use it or
> would like to use it, here's your chance to get your favourite feature in!
> You can download the files here:
> Please read the release notes for any 'gotchas.' It's important to note
> that I'm aiming to support the upcoming MEI 3.0.0 release.
> For those who are interested, here is a list of some of the changes that
> are in this release.
> - Switched to using the `plgToMSS` framework by Tido (Thanks Zoltan &
> crew, you're awesome!)
> - Re-organized the code base so that it wasn't just one big loop that did
> - Also switched to using the `sib-test` plugin and wrote lots of unit
> tests (again, Tido: thanks!)
> - Visible/invisible accidentals are more reliably determined
> - Placement of 'spanners' (ties, slurs, cresc., decresc., etc.) are now
> fairly reliably attached to their note objects
> - Support for many new symbols
> If you notice any problems, please open an issue on the GitHub page. I
> think you can also attach .mei and .sib files, which would both be helpful
> for me tracking down problems.
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