> On Sun, Apr 16, 2017 at 9:00 AM, Martin Tarenskeen
> <[hidden email]> wrote:
> On Sun, 16 Apr 2017, Christopher Heckman wrote:
>>> I like the idea and really appreciate your efforts, but I tried your patch
>>> and it doesn't seem to work (yet), at least not on my system. I can't
>> Hm. My Python might be a bit rusty, but the syntax doesn't differ from
>> the original code. However, you need to answer the "usual questions":
> Never mind.
> I found the "error". In your original message you wrote "replace the dump
> function with: (...your code... # end modified code)", so that's what I
> literally did.
> But the code you posted did not replace the *complete* function down to
> and including "return s". After your "# end modified code" there were
> still 3 lines of code in the original dump function that had to stay
> unchanged, not replaced.
> global reference_note
> reference_note_duration = self
> return s
Okay, that would do it. Sorry about the mixup.
> Now it works. Where can I find your latest Git patch?
That's a good question. I submitted it, I think ... This is the first
time I've used git.
> I did some tests, and found occasions where the original version gives
> better results. I need to do more testing though.
That *is* strange. At worst, the output shouldn't change. Once again,
an example would be nice.