[MEI-L] RNG_MEI 3.0_Verovio syntax conflicts
lxpugin at gmail.com
Mon Sep 4 08:57:07 CEST 2017
Key signature: in the upcoming version of MEI, the pattern for the regular
expression will be "mixed|0|([1-9]|1[0-2])[f|s]". So "a0s" (which does not
make really sense?) will not be valid anymore.
Slurs: @slur is indeed not supported by Verovio. You should use <slur>
elements with @startid and @endid.
More generally: there is some preliminary work that was done for generating
a customisation / schema corresponding to the features supported by
Verovio. (Johannes will have some additional information about it.)
However, this is quite time consuming to maintain and help would be
appreciated. If somebody is willing to finalise and maintain it, please let
On Sun, Sep 3, 2017 at 11:43 AM, Le Chat <le.chat454 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear community,
> I discovered several conflicts between the latest schema version (
> mei-CMN.rng <https://music-encoding.org/downloads/latest-release/>) and
> Guidelines 3.0.0.
> - For instance, trying to encode key.sig the Guidelines says a valid
> value would be "3f" (screenshot <http://prntscr.com/gggzlx>: p.100).
> The editor, however, gives an error:
> value of attribute "key.sig" is invalid; token "3f" invalid; must be a
>> string matching the regular expression "[a-g][0-9](s|f|ss|x|ff|xs|sx|
> So, the expected value should look like "a0s", for instance. However,
> Verovio renders the value "3f".
> - Another example: encoding the @authURI of <persName>, <corpName>,
> etc. (screenshot <http://prntscr.com/ggh0mp>: p. 254). The attribute
> name that the editor accepts is @auth.uri.
> - Encoded @slur (screenshot <http://prntscr.com/ggh1xz>: p.119) is not
> being rendered by the Web version
> of Verovio. It works only with <slur> and only with referencing to an id.
> - etc.
> I am using Oxygen Editor, version 18.1. Maybe there would be any
> suggestions for using another editor or schema?
> best regards!
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