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Dev doc : Layout objects hierarchy

lasconic
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Hi,
I'm not sure if it can help someone else but me. But here is a quick drawing of the layout objects hierarchy in mscore r1058 as I reverse engineering it.(So I may omit some objects)

lasconic

PS : I use starUML and I've got the source file, if someone is interested...

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Re: Dev doc : Layout objects hierarchy

David Bolton-2
Lasconic wrote:
> I'm not sure if it can help someone else but me. But here is a quick
> drawing of the layout objects hierarchy in mscore r1058 as I reverse
> engineering it.(So I may omit some objects)

Lasonic,

Maybe we can add a plugin heading to the new Development web page and
include your PDF as a handy reference.

David

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Yes, I think the pdf and source will end up in the development section. I'm not sure about your remark about "plugin heading".
This hierarchy is not accessible through plugins so far. I just created it to understand better the inner of musescore, to (maybe) correct bugs or add features later (once I understand more), so in Qt and C++. Nothing to do with plugins.

Of course, regarding plugin development, a section on the website is a great idea. I have some experience to share. But I'm not sure how much it will change, so writing a relevant doc now, seems a bit too early. For example I'm not sure about compilation of bindings on windows,  I can make it works only on my computer :).

2008/8/6 David Bolton <[hidden email]>
Lasconic wrote:
I'm not sure if it can help someone else but me. But here is a quick drawing of the layout objects hierarchy in mscore r1058 as I reverse engineering it.(So I may omit some objects)

Lasonic,

Maybe we can add a plugin heading to the new Development web page and include your PDF as a handy reference.

David


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