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KeyInsertionCommand.cpp

/* -*- c-basic-offset: 4 indent-tabs-mode: nil -*- vi:set ts=8 sts=4 sw=4: */

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    Rosegarden
    A MIDI and audio sequencer and musical notation editor.
    Copyright 2000-2009 the Rosegarden development team.
 
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    This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
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*/


#include "KeyInsertionCommand.h"

#include "misc/Debug.h"
#include "base/Event.h"
#include "base/NotationTypes.h"
#include "base/Segment.h"
#include "base/SegmentNotationHelper.h"
#include "base/Studio.h"
#include "document/BasicCommand.h"
#include "base/BaseProperties.h"
#include <qstring.h>


namespace Rosegarden
{

using namespace BaseProperties;


KeyInsertionCommand::KeyInsertionCommand(Segment &segment, timeT time,
        Key key,
        bool convert,
        bool transpose,
        bool transposeKey,
      bool ignorePercussion) :
        BasicCommand(getGlobalName(&key), segment, time, segment.getEndTime()),
        m_key(key),
        m_lastInsertedEvent(0),
        m_convert(convert),
        m_transpose(transpose),
        m_transposeKey(transposeKey),
      m_ignorePercussion(ignorePercussion)

{
    // nothing
}

KeyInsertionCommand::~KeyInsertionCommand()
{
    // nothing
}

void
00062 KeyInsertionCommand::modifySegment()
{
    SegmentNotationHelper helper(getSegment());
    Key oldKey;

    if (m_convert || m_transpose) {
        oldKey = getSegment().getKeyAtTime(getStartTime());
    }

    Segment::iterator i = getSegment().findTime(getStartTime());
    while (getSegment().isBeforeEndMarker(i)) {
        if ((*i)->getAbsoluteTime() > getStartTime()) {
            break;
        }
        if ((*i)->isa(Key::EventType)) {
            getSegment().erase(i);
            break;
        }
        ++i;
    }

    // transpose if desired, according to new dialog option
    if (m_transposeKey) {
        // we don't really care about major/minor for this, so pass it through
        // from the original key
        bool keyIsMinor = m_key.isMinor();

        // get whether the original key is flat or sharp, so we know what to
        // prefer for the new key
        bool keyIsSharp = m_key.isSharp();

        // get the tonic pitch of the user-specified key, reported as a 0-11 int, then
        // add an extra octave to it to avoid winding up with negative numbers
        // (the octave will be stripped back off)
        int specifiedKeyTonic = m_key.getTonicPitch() + 12;

        // get the transpose factor for the segment we're working on
        int segTranspose = getSegment().getTranspose();

        // subtract the transpose factor from the tonic pitch of the
        // user-specified key, because we want to move in the opposite
        // direction for notation (eg. notation is in C major concert, at Bb
        // transposition, we have -2 from the segment, and want to go +2 for
        // the key, from tonic pitch 0 (C) to tonic pitch 2 (D) for the key as
        // written for a Bb instrument
        //
        // sanity check: 0 == C; 0 + 12 == 12; (12 - -2) % 12 == 2; 2 == D
        int transposedKeyTonic = (specifiedKeyTonic - segTranspose) % 12;

        // create a new key with the new tonic pitch, and major/minor from the
        // original key
        std::string newKeyName = "";

        switch (transposedKeyTonic) {
            // 0 C | 1 C# | 2 D | 3 D# | 4 E | 5 F | 6 F# | 7 G | 8 G# | 9 A | 10 A# | 11 B
        case 0 :  // C
            newKeyName = "C";
            break;
        case 2 :  // D
            newKeyName = "D";
            break;
        case 4 :  // E
            newKeyName = "E";
            break;
        case 5 :  // F
            newKeyName = "F";
            break;
        case 7 :  // G
            newKeyName = "G";
            break;
        case 9 :  // A
            newKeyName = "A";
            break;
        case 11:  // B
            newKeyName = "B";
            break;
            // the glorious, glorious black keys need special treatment
            // again, so we pick flat or sharp spellings based on the
            // condition of the original, user-specified key we're
            // transposing
        case 1 :  // C#/Db
            newKeyName = (keyIsSharp ? "C#" : "Db");
            break;
        case 3 :  // D#/Eb
            newKeyName = (keyIsSharp ? "D#" : "Eb");
            break;
        case 6 :  // F#/Gb
            newKeyName = (keyIsSharp ? "F#" : "Gb");
            break;
        case 8 :  // G#/Ab
            newKeyName = (keyIsSharp ? "G#" : "Ab");
            break;
        case 10:   // A#/Bb
            newKeyName = (keyIsSharp ? "A#" : "Bb");
            break;
        default:
            // if this fails, we won't have a valid key name, and
            // there will be some crashing exception I don't know how
            // to intercept and avoid, so I'm doing this lame failsafe
            // instead, which should never, ever actually run under
            // any conceivable cirumstance anyway
            RG_DEBUG << "KeyInsertionCommand: by the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes.  :("
            << endl;
            return ;
        }

        newKeyName += (keyIsMinor ? " minor" : " major");

        //for f in C# D# E# F# G# A# B# Cb Db Eb Fb Gb Ab Bb;do grep "$f
        //major" NotationTypes.C > /dev/null||echo "invalid key: $f
        //major";grep "$f minor" NotationTypes.C > /dev/null||echo "invalid
        //key: $f minor";done|sort
        //invalid key: A# major
        //invalid key: B# major
        //invalid key: B# minor
        //invalid key: Cb minor
        //invalid key: Db minor
        //invalid key: D# major
        //invalid key: E# major
        //invalid key: E# minor
        //invalid key: Fb major
        //invalid key: Fb minor
        //invalid key: Gb minor
        //invalid key: G# major

        // some kludgery to avoid creating invalid key names with some if/then
        // swapping to manually respell things generated incorrectly by the
        // above, rather than adding all kinds of nonsense to avoid this
        // necessity
        if (newKeyName == "A# major")
            newKeyName = "Bb major";
        else if (newKeyName == "B# major")
            newKeyName = "C major";
        else if (newKeyName == "Cb minor")
            newKeyName = "B minor";
        else if (newKeyName == "Db minor")
            newKeyName = "C# minor";
        else if (newKeyName == "D# major")
            newKeyName = "Eb major";
        else if (newKeyName == "E# major")
            newKeyName = "F major";
        else if (newKeyName == "E# minor")
            newKeyName = "F minor";
        else if (newKeyName == "Fb major")
            newKeyName = "E major";
        else if (newKeyName == "Fb minor")
            newKeyName = "E minor";
        else if (newKeyName == "Gb minor")
            newKeyName = "F# minor";
        else if (newKeyName == "G# major")
            newKeyName = "Ab major";

        // create a new key with the newly derived name, and swap it for the
        // user-specified version
        Key k(newKeyName);
        RG_DEBUG << "KeyInsertCommand: inserting transposed key" << endl
        << "        user key was: " << m_key.getName() << endl
        << "    tranposed key is: " << k.getName() << endl;
        m_key = k;
    } // if (m_transposeKey)

    i = helper.insertKey(getStartTime(), m_key);

    if (i != helper.segment().end()) {

        m_lastInsertedEvent = *i;
        if (!m_convert && !m_transpose)
            return ;

        while (++i != helper.segment().end()) {

            //!!! what if we get two keys at the same time...?
            if ((*i)->isa(Key::EventType))
                break;

            if ((*i)->isa(Note::EventType) &&
                    (*i)->has(PITCH)) {

                long pitch = (*i)->get
                             <Int>(PITCH);

                if (m_convert) {
                    (*i)->set
                    <Int>(PITCH, m_key.convertFrom(pitch, oldKey));
                } else {
                    (*i)->set
                    <Int>(PITCH, m_key.transposeFrom(pitch, oldKey));
                }

                (*i)->unset(ACCIDENTAL);
            }
        }
    }
}

}

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