From: Steven Yi <stevenyi@gm...> - 2005-11-07 21:27:17
Just a note, I am just about to finish the new BSBLineObject, usable
from both the Orchestra in BSB and in the Score with ObjectBuilder.=20
It's a first version but withi it should allow many things
Cecilia-like to be done, as well as useful for score related things,
i.e. draw the mask boundaries for Cmask/Pmask. My current schedule
for it is:
-Today: Finish code
-Tuesday: Create examples for BSBLineObject
-Wednesday: Create documentation for BSBLineObject, general testing
(Some of the testing might be pushed to Thursday due to an engagement
If anyone with CVS access has time to do some testing after today and
before Thursday, it would greatly be appreciated.
As for timeline after this 0.99.9 release, I think I will take some
time in December to create a road map for the project and start to
organize the goals a little more clearly, mainly for myself but also
as a way to make the project's goals more apparent to everyone here,
so that you may comment and help guide the project.
After this release, I am interested in cleaning up the code base to
make the architecture a bit more consistent and to redo any old code
that isn't up to par. With these changes I am definitely interested
in implementing global undoability, and a large amount of time will be
spent on clarifying how to do that and implementing that.
The Zak Manager has fallen by the wayside and I'd like to get that
going once again, considering the great amount of time Michael Bechard
helped spend in discussing that this summer. Also, besides general
plugin improvements, my next plugins I'm interested to develop are
both SoundObjects, one a notation plugin and another a UPIC style
object. (There is code for a notation object I started a couple years
ago but haven't touched since then that with a bit of work could be
made to work in not too much time I think).
I will email again for the new release, then will be fairly busy until
December so may not email so much, but will definitely be here to
answer any questions. When December comes and road map planning
begins, I will appreciate very much at that time any input.