From: Gale Andrews <gale@au...> - 2010-11-01 17:45:25
| From Roger Dannenberg <rbd@...>
| Mon, 01 Nov 2010 01:15:48 -0400
| Subject: [Audacity-nyquist] Nyquist and UTF-8
> Sorry for the cross-posting. I just committed some changes that support
> both Unicode and SAL in Nyquist plug-ins. Here are some details...
> ...Edgar, I would like to help expand the documentation for Nyquist and
> plug-ins. Especially with SAL, the situation is a bit confusing. Can you
> suggest where is best to put some new documentation, and any ideas you
> have on a good organization?
Thanks for all your changes, Roger. I'd like to link the pages in the Wiki
more clearly into Edgar's documentation in some way, possibly using
Wiki as an overview and "hints and tips supplement" to Edgar's
Audacity-Nyquist Manual. There are also useful discussions and
a steady stream of new plug-ins on the Nyquist board in the Forum:
for example a page where possible "conventions" for writing Nyquist
plug-ins are being drafted out for transfer to the Wiki:
I think Steve may have some ideas about organisation of Wiki pages,
but as discussed with you off-list both the main SF site and the Wiki
pages need to be clearer that the current CMU Nyquist Manual isn't
(as I understand it) incompatible with Audacity 1.3.8+, indeed
it's the proper place to look up about SAL.
There already is a Wiki page for the Nyquist Prompt, so I think its
new SAL support ought at least to be short-form alluded to here:
If it helps I'm happy to make any changes to the Wiki or SF site
regarding Audacity compatibility with CMU Manual if you can give
me the general idea what we want to say.
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