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Posted By : Jari Williamsson - 11/15/2010 6:51 PM
Since Michael Good was a bit curious, here's a some info if you want an early-bird look.

The Reference is here:
http://www.finaletips.nu/frameworkref/

Browse around in the reference to get a feel for how the documentation works.

The Wiki is here:
http://www.finaletips.nu/pdkframeworkwiki/

The Wiki currently has 2 sample plug-ins. Please take a look at them to get a basic introduction to the framework.

This is very much a work in progress at this point, so if you don't understand what it's about - don't worry at this point. If you understand what it's about but have unanswered questions, please let me know.


Jari Williamsson

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Posted By : Dr. Wiggy - 11/17/2010 10:05 AM
Jari

Many thanks for this. Your work is greatly appreciated.


Finale 2011b, 2009c, 2Ghz iMac; 2Ghz MacBook, 10.6.5
Edirol FA-66; M-Audio Oxygen 61; Yamaha PSR-410
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Posted By : N. Grossingink - 11/17/2010 12:57 PM
I, too, add my thanks, Jari! This stuff is way above my head, but it's very generous of you to offer your experience and advice to those who might want to tackle writing plugins.

N.


Finale 2008b, 2010b. 2011a
TgTools, Patterson Plugins, QuicKeys 4
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Posted By : Jari Williamsson - 12/5/2010 11:08 AM
The documentation for version 0.04 of the PDK Framework is now available. Now, you should more clearly see how it works (if you're a C++ programmer).

Here's a fully documented class that should give you a good idea of what it's about:
http://www.finaletips.nu/frameworkref/class_f_c_measure.html

Also, look at the source code the the sample plug-ins in the Wiki:
http://pdkframeworkwiki.finaletips.nu/


Jari Williamsson

Windows XP, Pentium 4
2.40 GHz, 4 GB RAM

www.finaletips.nu - The Finale Productivity Tips site


Posted By : David Bolton - 6/1/2011 10:43 PM
Is there a way to download your framework yet?


David Bolton


Posted By : Dr. Wiggy - 6/11/2011 3:27 AM
I've just noticed that the 2000 and 98 PDK are still available for download on the MM updates area. Are they still relevant/useful?


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Edirol FA-66; M-Audio Oxygen 61; Yamaha PSR-410
Ancient Groove Music
www.ancientgroove.co.uk