Old 02-03-2019, 10:13 AM   #601
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ReaPack user: Oh here's a script which misses a description, I could propose one. Er..learn about GitHub / forking / pull requests? Nah, maybe I don't bother.)
There's no need to learn about all of that now: using the new https://reapack.com/upload, any ReaTeam package's documentation can be edited by 1) typing its name, 2) clicking on it to load its data, 3) editing the documentation field (with markdown formatting preview) and 4) clicking on the submit button.
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But you need to have a github account ....

And github is decently intimidating

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I have some friends using CuBase

Are there any plans to allow ReaPack to work with ReaJS for finding and installing JSFXes ?

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There's no need to learn about all of that now: using the new https://reapack.com/upload, any ReaTeam package's documentation can be edited by 1) typing its name, 2) clicking on it to load its data, 3) editing the documentation field (with markdown formatting preview) and 4) clicking on the submit button.
That's nice indeed, wasn't aware of it.
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Are there any plans to allow ReaPack to work with ReaJS for finding and installing JSFXes ?
I'm not familiar with ReaJS but a bit of Googling points to ReaJS loading JSFX from the REAPER installation by default (thus should find ReaPack-installed effects out of the box).

https://forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?p=1534049
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Is anybody else getting an error like this?

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I get the same error here, looking into it and let you know when it's fixed.

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Do a 'Synchronize packages' and install again, should work now (does here at least).

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I get the same error here, looking into it and let you know when it's fixed.
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I get the same error here, looking into it and let you know when it's fixed.

edit:
Do a 'Synchronize packages' and install again, should work now (does here at least).
Now I get this message:

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I renamed it to be consistent with my other scripts, sorry.
But you should see the script version 1.02 in the package browser, don't you? (I do here).

If so, try installing again and it should (hopefully) work.
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I renamed it to be consistent with my other scripts, sorry.
But you should see the script version 1.02 in the package browser, don't you? (I do here).

If so, try installing again and it should (hopefully) work.
Thanks. I'll take a closer look on Sunday. I'm sure it's all good.
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Old 04-19-2019, 04:52 PM   #612
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What is the correct method to put scripts in a subfolder? Like this?


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--  [main=main,midi_editor,midi_inlineeditor] Add notes interval (bundle)/sr_Add notes -24.lua
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Code:
-- @description Add notes interval (bundle)
-- @version 1.0
-- @metapackage
-- @provides
--   [main=main,midi_editor,midi_inlineeditor] . > Add notes interval (bundle)/sr_Add notes -24.lua
--   [main=main,midi_editor,midi_inlineeditor] . > Add notes interval (bundle)/sr_Add notes -12.lua
--   [main=main,midi_editor,midi_inlineeditor] . > Add notes interval (bundle)/sr_Add notes -7.lua

local scriptName = ({reaper.get_action_context()})[2]:match("([^/\\_]+)%.lua$")
local interval = tonumber(scriptName:match("Add notes (%-?%d+)"))
Check out the GUI tool at https://reapack.com/upload/reascript; it can help generate these metadata headers (even if you don't upload to a ReaTeam repo).

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Old 04-19-2019, 11:54 PM   #614
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Ah, thanks!! I got so many errors yesterday. I think I wrecked my repo.
I hope an index rebuild can fix it.
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I get some strange results with this. Not sure why.
All files from that bundle have the same content (the bundle content).

For now, I ended up putting them in a folder and leaving out the ". > folder" part.
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All files from that bundle have the same content (the bundle content).
That's the idea, so that there is only one file on the repository that fills in the value of the "interval" variable from its filename at runtime. There's no need to create many separate files.

Examples:Alternatively, to instead install a real file from the repository elsewhere than it is on the repository, the syntax is this:
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[main=main,midi_editor,midi_inlineeditor] sr_Add notes -24.lua > Add notes interval (bundle)/sr_Add notes -24.lua
If the file is already in a "Add notes interval (bundle)" subdirectory on the repository:
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[main=main,midi_editor,midi_inlineeditor] Add notes interval (bundle)/sr_Add notes -24.lua

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Ahh now I understand! These scripts contain only the user editable part. The main code is in the Add note functions.lua file.
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Old 05-03-2019, 10:07 AM   #618
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The upload tool seems pretty cool, but I'm not quite sure how I should be setting it up. I have two scripts which work in tandem. Is this the right way to do it?


Should I be putting anything in the package file?

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Yes, that's the correct way to package multiple scripts together. There's no need to put anything in the package file, which is set to "Don't install", beside what was generated by the upload tool.

However, perhaps in this case it could more useful to provide these two scripts separately? I'm thinking someone might search for one without needing the other (and/or not having "sound effects" in mind). If they are related enough to each other in concept, usecase and/or code, then it's perfectly fine to bundle them together.

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You have a point there. I'll just upload them separately.
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I found a bug and fixed it in one of my scripts. In the upload tool, do I need to re-enter a description - or will it be carried over?
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Type a bit of the display name and click on your package to load it so it can be edited.

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Ah, brilliant. I'll do that next time.
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I have a question about using Reapack in Mac. I already put the reaper_reapack64.dylib in UserPlugins folder, but seems like Reaper couldn't reconize it and fail to load.
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I never had this problem running Reapack before I got this new computer. It never seems to update or add anything. Just runs like you see in the Licecap below. It can't be right.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/3b5xq78hhv...apack.gif?dl=0

Sorry, don't know how to make images appear here. It just never works for me.
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I have a question about using Reapack in Mac. I already put the reaper_reapack64.dylib in UserPlugins folder, but seems like Reaper couldn't reconize it and fail to load.
Which version of macOS, and is it REAPER 64-bit too?

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I never had this problem running Reapack before I got this new computer. It never seems to update or add anything. Just runs like you see in the Licecap below. It can't be right.
In the gif it looks like there are no updates available for the packages currently installed.

Do you mean you want ReaPack to automatically install every new package for you when synchronizing? That mode can be enabled in Manage repositories > Options.

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I never had this problem running Reapack before I got this new computer. It never seems to update or add anything.
You didn't export your Reapack info from Reapack itself (from the Manage Repositories dialog, Import/Export, Export offline archive), and import it (from the same dialog) when you installed everything on the new computer. I've made that mistake too. It doesn't recognize the files you've copied over as files you've installed through Reapack itself. You can check this by opening Reapack and searching for your installed files. It won't show any.

Exporting your configuration through Reaper's dialog will save all scripts/plugins which are added via Reapack, but it doesn't save the info that Reapack generates to manage these scripts/plugins.

You can copy a file from the old computer to the new one. Look in the ReaPack folder in your Reaper resource directory: registry.db. Also in the folder above (the resource directory itself), the reapack.ini has the info about the repos.

If you've deleted the info on the old computer...well, you can add the info that Reapack needs to manage your plugins/scripts, one plugin/script at a time. Have your explorer window open in the directory so you can see the list of script/plugin files, and then in Reapack you'll search for and select those plugins/scripts and install them again. It'll overwrite the plugin/script files on your drive, then recognize they've been installed via Reapack.

I've started backing up my Reaper info differently because of this (and a few other system-specific things in Linux): I copy everything from the Reaper resource directory, and add it back when I start a fresh install of Reaper.
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I have a question about using Reapack in Mac. I already put the reaper_reapack64.dylib in UserPlugins folder, but seems like Reaper couldn't reconize it and fail to load.
Same here and I get this message

https://github.com/cfillion/reapack/...ter/index.xml:
SSL connect error (35): error:1407742E:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:tlsv1 alert protocol version
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Same here and I get this message

https://github.com/cfillion/reapack/...ter/index.xml:
SSL connect error (35): error:1407742E:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:tlsv1 alert protocol version

Rather than making this a major project just go to the first page of this posting and simply follow the directions. No other multi task procedure is needed.
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I have a question about using Reapack in Mac. I already put the reaper_reapack64.dylib in UserPlugins folder, but seems like Reaper couldn't reconize it and fail to load.

Same here and I get this message

https://github.com/cfillion/reapack/...ter/index.xml:
SSL connect error (35): error:1407742E:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:tlsv1 alert protocol version

I forgot to say I am on Mac OS 10.7.5
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You didn't export your Reapack info from Reapack itself (from the Manage Repositories dialog, Import/Export, Export offline archive), and import it (from the same dialog) when you installed everything on the new computer. I've made that mistake too. It doesn't recognize the files you've copied over as files you've installed through Reapack itself. You can check this by opening Reapack and searching for your installed files. It won't show any.

Exporting your configuration through Reaper's dialog will save all scripts/plugins which are added via Reapack, but it doesn't save the info that Reapack generates to manage these scripts/plugins.

You can copy a file from the old computer to the new one. Look in the ReaPack folder in your Reaper resource directory: registry.db. Also in the folder above (the resource directory itself), the reapack.ini has the info about the repos.

If you've deleted the info on the old computer...well, you can add the info that Reapack needs to manage your plugins/scripts, one plugin/script at a time. Have your explorer window open in the directory so you can see the list of script/plugin files, and then in Reapack you'll search for and select those plugins/scripts and install them again. It'll overwrite the plugin/script files on your drive, then recognize they've been installed via Reapack.

I've started backing up my Reaper info differently because of this (and a few other system-specific things in Linux): I copy everything from the Reaper resource directory, and add it back when I start a fresh install of Reaper.
Turns out, "Manage Repositories -> Options -> Install new packages when synchronizing" was not ticked. DOH!
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Turns out, "Manage Repositories -> Options -> Install new packages when synchronizing" was not ticked. DOH!
Well I was totally wrong then. I guess it might be worth leaving the post there for anyone else who moves Reaper to a new computer but doesn't export/import Reapack stuff.
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[QUOTE=yanggu;2134763]Same here and I get this message

https://github.com/cfillion/reapack/...ter/index.xml:
SSL connect error (35): error:1407742E:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:tlsv1 alert protocol version



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Rather than making this a major project just go to the first page of this posting and simply follow the directions. No other multi task procedure is needed.
I did, I did but anytime I try to synchronise I got the same message
Any idea?
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In reference to loading ReaPack V1.2.2, I tried to load this last night, using Reaper V5.978 onto my WinXP, and it gave the error: "couldn't find bcrypt.dll", to try and reload again. So I reloaded ReaPack again and restarted Reaper again and got the same error. What am I doing wrong? Thanks.
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Same here and I get this message

https://github.com/cfillion/reapack/...ter/index.xml:
SSL connect error (35): error:1407742E:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:tlsv1 alert protocol version

I forgot to say I am on Mac OS 10.7.5
Does accessing https://github.com using Safari works?

GitHub removed weak cryptographic standards last year. I believe macOS 10.7 only supports up to TLS v1.0. Accessing repositories hosted on GitHub using ReaPack would require TLS v1.2 or newer. https://github.blog/2018-02-01-crypto-removal-notice/

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In reference to loading ReaPack V1.2.2, I tried to load this last night, using Reaper V5.978 onto my WinXP, and it gave the error: "couldn't find bcrypt.dll", to try and reload again. So I reloaded ReaPack again and restarted Reaper again and got the same error. What am I doing wrong? Thanks.
ReaPack requires Vista or newer.

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[QUOTE=cfillion;2135542]Does accessing https://github.com using Safari works?

GitHub removed weak cryptographic standards last year. I believe macOS 10.7 only supports up to TLS v1.0. Accessing repositories hosted on GitHub using ReaPack would require TLS v1.2 or newer. https://github.blog/2018-02-01-crypto-removal-notice/


I am not sure what you meant ...I downloaded reapack from gitthub but got the same result.
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I am not sure what you meant ...I downloaded reapack from gitthub but got the same result.
Were you able to access GitHub using macOS 10.7's Safari v5 or v6 (not with another web browser)?
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Were you able to access GitHub using macOS 10.7's Safari v5 or v6 (not with another web browser)?
I have 10.7.5 and Safari 6.1.6.
I went to GitHub but I am not sure what I did was sound.
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OK, thank you on the Vista or newer... Will try another route. :-)
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Help!
After I re-installed Windows 10 I can not install the gem reapack, the same thing with another guy.
Before reinstalling, installed Windows 10 and everything worked successfully for over a year.
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C:\WINDOWS\system32>gem install reapack-index
Fetching addressable-2.6.0.gem
Fetching colorize-0.8.1.gem
Fetching public_suffix-3.1.1.gem
Fetching gitable-0.4.0.gem
Fetching metaheader-1.3.1.gem
Fetching mini_portile2-2.4.0.gem
Fetching nokogiri-1.10.3-x64-mingw32.gem
Fetching pandoc-ruby-2.0.2.gem
Fetching rugged-0.28.2.gem
Fetching stable_sort-1.1.0.gem
Fetching reapack-index-1.2.2.gem
Successfully installed public_suffix-3.1.1
Successfully installed addressable-2.6.0
Successfully installed colorize-0.8.1
Successfully installed gitable-0.4.0
Successfully installed metaheader-1.3.1
Successfully installed mini_portile2-2.4.0
Nokogiri is built with the packaged libraries: libxml2-2.9.9, libxslt-1.1.33, zlib-1.2.11, libiconv-1.15.
Successfully installed nokogiri-1.10.3-x64-mingw32
Successfully installed pandoc-ruby-2.0.2
Temporarily enhancing PATH for MSYS/MINGW...
Building native extensions. This could take a while...
ERROR:  Error installing reapack-index:
        ERROR: Failed to build gem native extension.

    current directory: C:/Ruby26-x64/lib/ruby/gems/2.6.0/gems/rugged-0.28.2/ext/rugged
C:/Ruby26-x64/bin/ruby.exe -I C:/Ruby26-x64/lib/ruby/2.6.0 -r ./siteconf20190729-12992-1cn3h7t.rb extconf.rb
checking for make... yes
checking for cmake... yes
*** extconf.rb failed ***
Could not create Makefile due to some reason, probably lack of necessary
libraries and/or headers.  Check the mkmf.log file for more details.  You may
need configuration options.

Provided configuration options:
        --with-opt-dir
        --without-opt-dir
        --with-opt-include
        --without-opt-include=${opt-dir}/include
        --with-opt-lib
        --without-opt-lib=${opt-dir}/lib
        --with-make-prog
        --without-make-prog
        --srcdir=.
        --curdir
        --ruby=C:/Ruby26-x64/bin/$(RUBY_BASE_NAME)
        --with-sha1dc
        --without-sha1dc
        --use-system-libraries
extconf.rb:33:in `spawn': wrong exec option symbol: pgroup (ArgumentError)
        from extconf.rb:33:in `run_cmake'
        from extconf.rb:104:in `block (2 levels) in <main>'
        from extconf.rb:101:in `chdir'
        from extconf.rb:101:in `block in <main>'
        from extconf.rb:98:in `chdir'
        from extconf.rb:98:in `<main>'

To see why this extension failed to compile, please check the mkmf.log which can be found here:

  C:/Ruby26-x64/lib/ruby/gems/2.6.0/extensions/x64-mingw32/2.6.0/rugged-0.28.2/mkmf.log

extconf failed, exit code 1

Gem files will remain installed in C:/Ruby26-x64/lib/ruby/gems/2.6.0/gems/rugged-0.28.2 for inspection.
Results logged to C:/Ruby26-x64/lib/ruby/gems/2.6.0/extensions/x64-mingw32/2.6.0/rugged-0.28.2/gem_make.out
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