Moved to files OMR compliant ?


Moved to files OMR compliant ?
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After searching some files, I had errors with the MPDCenter that the file is not OMR compliant.
The reason of the error is that the file contains ~ moved to ... parts.
Have now read in the OMR definition the seventeenth time but found nothing about ~moved to files.

Question: Can a OMR compliant file now contain ~ moved to files or not?

Regards Johann
If nothing goes right, go left.
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RE: Moved to files OMR compliant ?
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(2018-12-08, 16:21)Johann Eisner Wrote: After searching some files, I had errors with the MPDCenter that the file is not OMR compliant.
The reason of the error is that the file contains ~ moved to ... parts.
Have now read in the OMR definition the seventeenth time but found nothing about ~moved to files.

Question: Can a OMR compliant file now contain ~ moved to files or not?

Regards Johann

I would say yes. That said, non-compliance should not prevent inclusion in the OMR website.
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RE: Moved to files OMR compliant ?
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(2018-12-08, 16:21)Johann Eisner Wrote: After searching some files, I had errors with the MPDCenter that the file is not OMR compliant.
The reason of the error is that the file contains ~ moved to ... parts.
Have now read in the OMR definition the seventeenth time but found nothing about ~moved to files.

Question: Can a OMR compliant file now contain ~ moved to files or not?

Regards Johann

Good question. I also would say yes. Otherwise we would have to update the entire OMR with every library update. That's what ~movetos are for.

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