Re: [Rosegarden-user] One Further Thought on RGD Files

2012-05-12 Thread Gary G .
david gnome@... writes: On 05/12/2012 11:56 AM, david wrote: On 05/12/2012 11:04 AM, Gary G. wrote: Perhaps this would be better targeted to the developers' list but here's another thought on RGD files. Perhaps some genius script programmer out there could write a conversion

Re: [Rosegarden-user] One Further Thought on RGD Files

2012-05-13 Thread Gary G .
Andy andy-nntp23@... writes: btw, here's the tech spec for the Cakewalk INS Format: http://www.raisedbar.net/InsDef.htm Sounds like a good idea, I would do it in Perl if I was doing it, since I have decent Perl knowledge and no Python knowledge and Perl is the perfect language for

Re: [Rosegarden-user] One Further Thought on RGD Files

2012-05-14 Thread Gary G .
D. Michael McIntyre michael.mcintyre@... writes: On Sunday, May 13, 2012, Gary G. wrote: One thing I've already noticed is that... the txt2rgd.py script doesn't seem to call in any archivers... I'm sort of wondering if it even works as intended to begin with. Yes, Rosegarden can

Re: [Rosegarden-user] One Further Thought on RGD Files

2012-05-16 Thread Gary G .
Andy andy-nntp23@... writes: Gary G. wrote: It looks like 7 years ago the developers of Rosegarden had indeed been developing such a script. A fellow by the name of Pedro Lopez-Cabanillos was working on exactly this problem with a perl script called ins2rgd.pl Somehow it seems

[Rosegarden-user] Casio XW-P1 RGD File

2012-08-18 Thread Gary G.
Here we go folks. A fully functional and debugged Casio XW-P1 RGD file. After months of scrounging I laid my hands on the new INS file, did a few minor edits and ran ins2rgd.py on it. With a bit of coaxing, everything works! Now none of you have any excuse not to get one of these hot new