...or this might be something for blue? This would be phantastic! I
would love to have the opportunity of alignment in the score. Also
changing a whole section of a single p-field.
All the best,
sound | movement | object
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spatial electronic composition | 2nd order ambisonic music
> Date: Fri, 26 Jun 2009 14:21:46 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Jacob Joaquin <jacobjoaquin@...>
> Subject: [Csnd] Score Alignment Utility
> I'm not a fan of typing down-left-space over and over after
> changing a single
> Csound score pfield. Some time ago, I wrote a Perl script that
> auto-magically does the work for me. I formally started learning
> Python over
> the weekend, and decided to port my favorite and most used Perl
> script, whle
> making a few improvements on the way. I figure this might be useful
> others, so here it is:
> Here's an example score that displays the unaligned code alongside
> alignments using the command-line options:
> As for the bigger picture. Scripts that refactor Csound code can be
> incorporated with existing text editors. For example, I use jedit.
> supports java plugins and beanshell macros. Though I haven't done
> this yet,
> my research leads me to believe that I will be able to create a
> macro that
> aligns any highlighted code at the stroke of a key combo, without
> having to
> make modifications scorerefactor.py.
> In fact, I think I would only have to create a basic beanshell
> script that
> would be able to run several command-line scripts. Another example
> of a
> potentially useful script is a script that shifts the start times
> of a large
> section of score code (I have a perl script for this as well). These
> scripts, along with scripts developed by others could be loosely
> into other editors. Perhaps QuteSound?
> Food for thought, anyways.
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