Reprogress Beta

I just finished coding the initial version of a tool which should help some of you with your productivity issues.

This app scans a directory, returning the number of patterns in the pattern arranger (seq) and in the pattern pool, as well as the (hopefully accurately) estimated song time.

Note: This needs the newest version of the .Net Framework, available here:

This is a Windows app, but was coded in c# so Mono should be able to run it on Mac and Linux… could someone please test it out using Mono?

I’m getting a crash in a near completed scan. Otherwise the estimated times seem fine so far.

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Ok… I’ve fixed at least one error that was causing crashes and updated the app.

Did you want to redownload and try it again Beatslaughter? This time, if a song crashes it, could you try to figure out which song is causing it and send the song.xml my way? The sure way to tell is to simply copy the suspected song into a new directory and run it on that path… though chances are it’s the one that’s displayed in the status bar… Tag, we’re it ;)

Works fine now. Some small suggestions:

  • display total time of scanned files in status bar
  • accept drag and drop of xrns files

Also i might do a bit more hardcore tests later, with some test files using various time changing pattern commands. ;)

I used a song.xml from one of your tracks that Mickrip had btw… I asked him to test and it bombed on whichever track it was because you had an F1F0 effect (which of course does nothing to the track speed) … but it turns out it was my problem, as I hadn’t been converting that effect value back to decimal from the stored hex code. I just hadn’t had that issue at all because none of the songs I have use speed codes above 8 :P

Didn’t work for me in linux. You may pass me the sources so I can add some basic crossplatform code for linux and mac.

I will when I get home at noon. I’ve gotta go let the landlord show off the building to some new potential owner. sarcastic yay

Ok finally got around to loading this up to try it out. Works pretty good! Although there are some odd bugs with weirder XRNS files. Try for example Alex Strain’s “Under The C” - come up as “94” minutes!

Dunno what else to say, I can test this further if you need anything specifically done. Thanks for the coding!