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Re: [Traverso-devel] Some work on AudioClipView

From: Peter Hoppe
Subject: Re: [Traverso-devel] Some work on AudioClipView
Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2008 22:27:53 +0100
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Yes, I know that documentation always lags. Recently I worked on a larger java 
project and guess what - the
documentation got done last! Oh well - as long as it's done at some point. Of 
course, what I wrote was on a best-guess
basis, it needs to be reviewed. I'll attempt to document at least the files I 
work on (existing ones and new ones).

I should think its better to re-use existing commands/concepts as much as 
possible. However, this may get tricky when we
implement actions as compound commands, (e.g. cutting part of a clip by using 
several 'atomic' commands like
split-split-move). This may blow up the history list. I'll have to think about 
it. What am I saying - my brain's already

I had a short read of the suggested post and will look into it in detail as I 
go on. The descriptions given here are
already _very_ helpful, thanks for taking the time to explain it in such detail!

Concerning submissions, I'll happily submit diffs. As far as I know I create a 
diff from a command line by issuing the

diff {new-file} {old-file} > {diffout-file}

and then attaching {diffout-file} to another mail. Is that the way I should do 
it or should I use another way of
invoking diff?

Thx v much!


> Hi Peter,
> Nice work, documentation of the code always lags a bit (a lot actually)
> The doc formating seems fine, looks similar to other documentation I added.
> About the hard selection, some selection work has been in the works, but it's 

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