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Jim Newton
Does anyone know whether there is some sort of save hook in musescore?  

I keep my scores in revision control using git.  I save them as .mscx files as opposed to .mscz files, because that way only the diffs can be store with each successive revision.
I'd like musescore to automatically check in a new version of the file everytime I save from the musescore GUI
is it possible?

What I have in mind is to specify a shell script (or any unix executable) which is run given the full path name of the file which has just been saved.

Jim
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Re: ISO user save hook

Jojo-Schmitz
Hmm, hook... can't you use a git hook that reacts on a new/changed file
showing up in the repo to do the commit for you?

-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Newton [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 6:47 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [Mscore-developer] ISO user save hook

Does anyone know whether there is some sort of save hook in musescore?  

I keep my scores in revision control using git.  I save them as .mscx files
as opposed to .mscz files, because that way only the diffs can be store with
each successive revision.
I'd like musescore to automatically check in a new version of the file
everytime I save from the musescore GUI is it possible?

What I have in mind is to specify a shell script (or any unix executable)
which is run given the full path name of the file which has just been saved.

Jim



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To me, this is not MuseScore department. 

You want to commit a file to git when a file is saved? Your OS should be able to trigger an event when a file is saved, and then do whatever you want.

lasconic

2015-04-28 19:15 GMT+02:00 Joachim Schmitz <[hidden email]>:
Hmm, hook... can't you use a git hook that reacts on a new/changed file
showing up in the repo to do the commit for you?

-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Newton [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 6:47 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [Mscore-developer] ISO user save hook

Does anyone know whether there is some sort of save hook in musescore?

I keep my scores in revision control using git.  I save them as .mscx files
as opposed to .mscz files, because that way only the diffs can be store with
each successive revision.
I'd like musescore to automatically check in a new version of the file
everytime I save from the musescore GUI is it possible?

What I have in mind is to specify a shell script (or any unix executable)
which is run given the full path name of the file which has just been saved.

Jim



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Re: ISO user save hook

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That’s what I said ;-)

 

From: Lasconic [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 7:18 PM
To: MuseScore
Subject: Re: [Mscore-developer] ISO user save hook

 

To me, this is not MuseScore department. 

 

You want to commit a file to git when a file is saved? Your OS should be able to trigger an event when a file is saved, and then do whatever you want.

 

lasconic

 

2015-04-28 19:15 GMT+02:00 Joachim Schmitz <[hidden email]>:

Hmm, hook... can't you use a git hook that reacts on a new/changed file
showing up in the repo to do the commit for you?

-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Newton [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 6:47 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [Mscore-developer] ISO user save hook

Does anyone know whether there is some sort of save hook in musescore?

I keep my scores in revision control using git.  I save them as .mscx files
as opposed to .mscz files, because that way only the diffs can be store with
each successive revision.
I'd like musescore to automatically check in a new version of the file
everytime I save from the musescore GUI is it possible?

What I have in mind is to specify a shell script (or any unix executable)
which is run given the full path name of the file which has just been saved.

Jim


 


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Jim Newton

That's a good idea actually.

On Apr 28, 2015 7:20 PM, "Jojo-Schmitz [via MuseScore Developer]" <[hidden email]> wrote:

That’s what I said ;-)

 

From: Lasconic [mailto:<a href="/user/SendEmail.jtp?type&#61;node&amp;node&#61;7579241&amp;i&#61;0">[hidden email]]
Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 7:18 PM
To: MuseScore
Subject: Re: [Mscore-developer] ISO user save hook

 

To me, this is not MuseScore department. 

 

You want to commit a file to git when a file is saved? Your OS should be able to trigger an event when a file is saved, and then do whatever you want.

 

lasconic

 

2015-04-28 19:15 GMT+02:00 Joachim Schmitz <<a href="/user/SendEmail.jtp?type&#61;node&amp;node&#61;7579241&amp;i&#61;1">[hidden email]>:

Hmm, hook... can't you use a git hook that reacts on a new/changed file
showing up in the repo to do the commit for you?

-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Newton [mailto:<a href="/user/SendEmail.jtp?type&#61;node&amp;node&#61;7579241&amp;i&#61;2">[hidden email]]
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To: <a href="/user/SendEmail.jtp?type&#61;node&amp;node&#61;7579241&amp;i&#61;3">[hidden email]
Subject: [Mscore-developer] ISO user save hook

Does anyone know whether there is some sort of save hook in musescore?

I keep my scores in revision control using git.  I save them as .mscx files
as opposed to .mscz files, because that way only the diffs can be store with
each successive revision.
I'd like musescore to automatically check in a new version of the file
everytime I save from the musescore GUI is it possible?

What I have in mind is to specify a shell script (or any unix executable)
which is run given the full path name of the file which has just been saved.

Jim


 


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But then, maybe git is not the right tool and something like this is better? https://owncloud.org/install/

lasconic

2015-04-28 19:49 GMT+02:00 Jim Newton <[hidden email]>:
That's a good idea actually.
On Apr 28, 2015 7:20 PM, &quot;Jojo-Schmitz [via MuseScore Developer]&quot; &[hidden email]&gt; wrote:

        That’s what I said ;-)   From: Lasconic [mailto: [hidden email] ] Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 7:18 PM To: MuseScore Subject: Re: [Mscore-developer] ISO user save hook   To me, this is not MuseScore department.    You want to commit a file to git when a file is saved? Your OS should be able to trigger an event when a file is saved, and then do whatever you want.   lasconic   2015-04-28 19:15 GMT&#43;02:00 Joachim Schmitz &lt; [hidden email] &gt;: &lt;blockquote style=&quot;border-left:2px solid #cccccc;padding:0 1em&quot; style=&quot;border:none;border-left:solid #cccccc 1pt;padding:0cm 0cm 0cm 6pt;margin-left:4.8pt;margin-right:0cm&quot;&gt; Hmm, hook... can&#39;t you use a git hook that reacts on a new/changed file showing up in the repo to do the commit for you? -----Original Message----- From: Jim Newton [mailto: [hidden email] ] Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 6:47 PM To: [hidden email] Subject: [Mscore-developer] ISO user save hook Does anyone know whether there is some sort of save hook in musescore? I keep my scores in revision control using git.  I save them as .mscx files as opposed to .mscz files, because that way only the diffs can be store with each successive revision. I&#39;d like musescore to automatically check in a new version of the file everytime I save from the musescore GUI is it possible? What I have in mind is to specify a shell script (or any unix executable) which is run given the full path name of the file which has just been saved. Jim   ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Re: ISO user save hook

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I'll give it a try. The more specific problem I want to solve is that when using the dev stream of MuseScore, the file corrupts often. I'd like to be able to revert the the most recent version which is not corrupted.

It also hopefully makes it easier to re remember which actions caused the corruption.

Jim

Jim

On Apr 28, 2015 7:19 PM, "lasconic [via MuseScore Developer]" <[hidden email]> wrote:
To me, this is not MuseScore department. 

You want to commit a file to git when a file is saved? Your OS should be able to trigger an event when a file is saved, and then do whatever you want.

lasconic

2015-04-28 19:15 GMT+02:00 Joachim Schmitz <<a href="/user/SendEmail.jtp?type&#61;node&amp;node&#61;7579240&amp;i&#61;0">[hidden email]>:
Hmm, hook... can't you use a git hook that reacts on a new/changed file
showing up in the repo to do the commit for you?

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To: <a href="/user/SendEmail.jtp?type&#61;node&amp;node&#61;7579240&amp;i&#61;2">[hidden email]
Subject: [Mscore-developer] ISO user save hook

Does anyone know whether there is some sort of save hook in musescore?

I keep my scores in revision control using git.  I save them as .mscx files
as opposed to .mscz files, because that way only the diffs can be store with
each successive revision.
I'd like musescore to automatically check in a new version of the file
everytime I save from the musescore GUI is it possible?

What I have in mind is to specify a shell script (or any unix executable)
which is run given the full path name of the file which has just been saved.

Jim



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"corrupts often"??? yes, it does happen occasionally, very occasionally, but surely not often? Not to me at least

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Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 8:06 PM
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Subject: Re: [Mscore-developer] ISO user save hook

I'll give it a try. The more specific problem I want to solve is that when using the dev stream of MuseScore, the file corrupts often. I'd like to be able to revert the the most recent version which is not corrupted.
It also hopefully makes it easier to re remember which actions caused the corruption.
Jim



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On IRC, ecormier suggested https://github.com/nevik/gitwatch

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2015-04-28 20:13 GMT+02:00 Joachim Schmitz <[hidden email]>:
"corrupts often"??? yes, it does happen occasionally, very occasionally, but surely not often? Not to me at least

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I'll give it a try. The more specific problem I want to solve is that when using the dev stream of MuseScore, the file corrupts often. I'd like to be able to revert the the most recent version which is not corrupted.
It also hopefully makes it easier to re remember which actions caused the corruption.
Jim



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Yes, and when it happens all data is lost back to the point of the most previous backup.
If I can figure out how to store incremental changes in the git repository, it will be very easy to back up to a previous version which works.

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BTW is there an easy way to convert lots and lots of .mscz files to .mscx format?
It looks like the .mscz file contains multiple zipped files in them, but the mscx is a single file that apparently contains everything.
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My suspicion is that it is easier on the mac, if I can just figure out how. There is already a way to have the OS watch a directory and run a script when a file changes (or is added) in it.  Thus no need to have a program started at boot time to watch the directory...   at least I think so...
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FWIW, I'd say if you seeing any corruptions whatsover, the only problem you should be interested in solving right now is finding the causes of the corruptions you are seeing.  There should be none at all.  Right now I know of only two documented ways of creating corruption.  One involves copy and paste with text attached to notes in voice 2 and has a patch ready to go, and the other is a corner case involving local time signatures that shouldn't affect most users.  If you are seeing any other corruptions whatsoever, that should fall under the category of "drop everything else you are doing and trying to get it down to reproducible case so you can file a bug report and we can fix it in time for 2.0.1".

Marc


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On Tue, Apr 28, 2015 at 12:06 PM, Jim Newton <[hidden email]> wrote:

I'll give it a try. The more specific problem I want to solve is that when using the dev stream of MuseScore, the file corrupts often. I'd like to be able to revert the the most recent version which is not corrupted.
It also hopefully makes it easier to re remember which actions caused the corruption.
Jim
Jim
On Apr 28, 2015 7:19 PM, &quot;lasconic [via MuseScore Developer]&quot; &lt;[hidden email]&gt; wrote:

To me, this is not MuseScore department.  You want to commit a file to git when a file is saved? Your OS should be able to trigger an event when a file is saved, and then do whatever you want. lasconic 2015-04-28 19:15 GMT&#43;02:00 Joachim Schmitz &lt; [hidden email] &gt;: &lt;blockquote style=&quot;border-left:2px solid #cccccc;padding:0 1em&quot; style=&quot;margin:0 0 0 0.8ex;border-left:1px #ccc solid;padding-left:1ex&quot;&gt;Hmm, hook... can&#39;t you use a git hook that reacts on a new/changed file
showing up in the repo to do the commit for you?

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 6:47 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [Mscore-developer] ISO user save hook

Does anyone know whether there is some sort of save hook in musescore?

I keep my scores in revision control using git.  I save them as .mscx files
as opposed to .mscz files, because that way only the diffs can be store with
each successive revision.
I&#39;d like musescore to automatically check in a new version of the file
everytime I save from the musescore GUI is it possible?

What I have in mind is to specify a shell script (or any unix executable)
which is run given the full path name of the file which has just been saved.

Jim



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the the problem solved of the initial measure having less counts than the time signature?

But your advise is good.  That’s basically what I want the snapshots for.  having a good file, and knowing what actions are necessary to corrupt it will make it easy to explain to the developers.

On 29 Apr 2015, at 00:40, Marc Sabatella-2 [via MuseScore Developer] <[hidden email]> wrote:

FWIW, I'd say if you seeing any corruptions whatsover, the only problem you should be interested in solving right now is finding the causes of the corruptions you are seeing.  There should be none at all.  Right now I know of only two documented ways of creating corruption.  One involves copy and paste with text attached to notes in voice 2 and has a patch ready to go, and the other is a corner case involving local time signatures that shouldn't affect most users.  If you are seeing any other corruptions whatsoever, that should fall under the category of "drop everything else you are doing and trying to get it down to reproducible case so you can file a bug report and we can fix it in time for 2.0.1".

Marc


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I'll give it a try. The more specific problem I want to solve is that when using the dev stream of MuseScore, the file corrupts often. I'd like to be able to revert the the most recent version which is not corrupted.
It also hopefully makes it easier to re remember which actions caused the corruption.
Jim
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To me, this is not MuseScore department.  You want to commit a file to git when a file is saved? Your OS should be able to trigger an event when a file is saved, and then do whatever you want. lasconic 2015-04-28 19:15 GMT&#43;02:00 Joachim Schmitz &lt; [hidden email] &gt;: &lt;blockquote style=&quot;border-left:2px solid #cccccc;padding:0 1em&quot; style=&quot;margin:0 0 0 0.8ex;border-left:1px #ccc solid;padding-left:1ex&quot;&gt;Hmm, hook... can&#39;t you use a git hook that reacts on a new/changed file
showing up in the repo to do the commit for you?

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Does anyone know whether there is some sort of save hook in musescore?

I keep my scores in revision control using git.  I save them as .mscx files
as opposed to .mscz files, because that way only the diffs can be store with
each successive revision.
I&#39;d like musescore to automatically check in a new version of the file
everytime I save from the musescore GUI is it possible?

What I have in mind is to specify a shell script (or any unix executable)
which is run given the full path name of the file which has just been saved.

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I don't know what you mean about "he problem solved of the initial measure having less counts than the time signature".  I do not recall any such bug report in the issue tracker.  If you know of such a bug, please submit with sample score and/or precise steps to reproduce.

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the the problem solved of the initial measure having less counts than the time signature?

But your advise is good.  That’s basically what I want the snapshots for.  having a good file, and knowing what actions are necessary to corrupt it will make it easy to explain to the developers.

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> FWIW, I'd say if you seeing any corruptions whatsover, the only problem you should be interested in solving right now is finding the causes of the corruptions you are seeing.  There should be none at all.  Right now I know of only two documented ways of creating corruption.  One involves copy and paste with text attached to notes in voice 2 and has a patch ready to go, and the other is a corner case involving local time signatures that shouldn't affect most users.  If you are seeing any other corruptions whatsoever, that should fall under the category of "drop everything else you are doing and trying to get it down to reproducible case so you can file a bug report and we can fix it in time for 2.0.1".
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> I'll give it a try. The more specific problem I want to solve is that when using the dev stream of MuseScore, the file corrupts often. I'd like to be able to revert the the most recent version which is not corrupted.
> It also hopefully makes it easier to re remember which actions caused the corruption.
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> To me, this is not MuseScore department.  You want to commit a file to git when a file is saved? Your OS should be able to trigger an event when a file is saved, and then do whatever you want. lasconic 2015-04-28 19:15 GMT&#43;02:00 Joachim Schmitz &lt; [hidden email] &gt;: &lt;blockquote style=&quot;border-left:2px solid #cccccc;padding:0 1em&quot; style=&quot;margin:0 0 0 0.8ex;border-left:1px #ccc solid;padding-left:1ex&quot;&gt;Hmm, hook... can&#39;t you use a git hook that reacts on a new/changed file
> showing up in the repo to do the commit for you?
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> Does anyone know whether there is some sort of save hook in musescore?
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> I keep my scores in revision control using git.  I save them as .mscx files
> as opposed to .mscz files, because that way only the diffs can be store with
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> I&#39;d like musescore to automatically check in a new version of the file
> everytime I save from the musescore GUI is it possible?
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This is the one I was referring to.  https://musescore.org/en/node/54176
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OK, but that one has been closed for some time now, hasn't it?  See comments #4 & #6.  If you are using the 2.0.1 branch, these bugs never existed in the first place exist, and if you are using the master, they have been fixed for three weeks now it seems.

Unless you are seeing otherwise, in which case, again, you should update the issue with new information including a sample score and precise steps to reproduce the problem -- which may turn out to not be the same problem at all, since the original problem was fixed.

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I’m not using the 2.0.1 branch.  I’m using the development branch.



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OK, but that one has been closed for some time now, hasn't it?  See comments #4 & #6.  If you are using the 2.0.1 branch, these bugs never existed in the first place exist, and if you are using the master, they have been fixed for three weeks now it seems.

Unless you are seeing otherwise, in which case, again, you should update the issue with new information including a sample score and precise steps to reproduce the problem -- which may turn out to not be the same problem at all, since the original problem was fixed.

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There's a new version of the batch convert plugin, that should work with the
current nightlies (it doesn't work with the v2.0 release, though).

https://musescore.org/en/project/batchexport

To my knowledge only limited testing has been done yet, so you might want to
backup your work, before using the plugin.

Am Dienstag, 28. April 2015, 15:18:21 schrieb Jim Newton:

> BTW is there an easy way to convert lots and lots of .mscz files to .mscx
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Thanks heuchi, but the documentation you referred me to says this tool converts to pdf.  I'd like to convert to mcsx.  I.e., to plain text xml rather than mscz binary.
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