I hope I could get it fixed. Maybe some details are lost,
you should take care of those.
The file you posted was in GZIP compressed format but not
easily recognizable as such. I found it out by using the
Linux "file" command. Nevertheless, "gzip" failed to unpack
it due to a prior end of file.
I then used "zcat" and redirected to a different output
file which seems to work.
Trying to open that new file, I got the same errors as
you. I looked into this file (which was pure text after
decompression) and found about six lines looking like
which were incomplete. Usually those lines look like this:
<event type="note" duration="1440"><property name="pitch" int="78"/> ... (much more here)
I deleted those incomplete lines and the file could be
opened by Rosegarden again.
The attached file is the fix. It looks like a big piece
of work here :)
Probably, there is something missing - you should look
into it, as you know it.
BTW: The attached file is "gzip-ed". Unpack it with either of
gzip -d mil-veces-lloro-5.rg.gz
before using it.
Marcos Guglielmetti schrieb:
> I was working in a song for ours, one day I think, this is a work and I need
> to give the song to my client today!
> Well, I was working on it, and Rosegarden just disapear; then, when I try to
> re-open the file, Rosegarden says: "unexpected character at line 860, colum
> Well, it just dont open it.
> I need to have this thing working now.
> ¿how could I make it?
> Someone can help me?
> ¿this is a bug?
> In that case: someone knows something about this terrible bug?
> Could I edit the file with a text editor?
> I was working with: specimen, zynaddsubFX, QSynth, on Rosegarden 4 1.0 ,
> I try with two versions of Rosegarden, one I have installed on Knoppix and
> one at DeMuDi, and both give the same error........