On Tue, 2012-04-03 at 18:04 +0100, Rui Nuno Capela wrote:
I don't know what you are trying to say. "One and the same directory as
from an outsider/independent session manager"? Huh?
A directory of files is a directory of files. The format Ardour would
save to inside of a session is precisely the same format it already
saves in, perhaps with some things being links.
I can guarantee you that much, because if it had to be different,
Ardour, like presumably most apps, simply would never implement it...
> > my feeling again is that the effort to comply with NSM isn't, won't be
Not really. Qtractor is just a weirdo edge case. You seem to be trying
to paint the "mandates" of NSM as deeply imposing requirements, but
they're not. Quite the opposite, really, anything else would certainly
be *far* more imposing and complicated. That's kind of the point.
It's not really worth it to care about this case from an SM perspective
since it's rare, easily fixable, inherently un-archivable, and there's
no palatable solution for dealing with apps like this anyway. The
obvious one would be to have a special 'deep save', but then... if the
app implements that, it can just save that way when running in an SM
every time. Therefore it's a non-issue (heh) for SM.
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