[SM3] Notes on how to extract MSPS and PPD into separate mapping specs

[SM3] Notes on how to extract MSPS and PPD into separate mapping specs

[SM3] Notes on how to extract MSPS and PPD into separate mapping specs

Ira McDonald blueroofmusic at gmail.com
Sun Apr 6 20:48:53 UTC 2014


Hi Paul and Mike,

Attached are notes on how to take the CIP4 JDF mapping spec that
I just posted and the previous SM combined spec (October 2013)
and convert to a stand-alone MSPS or PPD mapping spec.

Cheers,
- Ira

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Use current PWG template from JDFMAP spec (6 April 2014)
- cut-and-paste MSPS or PPD section-by-section via Paste Special 
(as unformatted text) from previous October 2013 draft
-- NOTE - failure to remember this will break the template/stylesheet
and introduce invalid format types
- replace CIP4 JDF w/ MSPS or PPD in title, abstract, intro, etc.
- replace JDF w/ MSPS or PPD in filename on title page
- replace "(JDFMAP)" w/ "(MSPSMAP)" or "(PPDMAP)" in title and headers
- replace CIP4 JDF w/ MSPS or PPD in conformance sections
- delete CIP4 documents from references
- add MSPS or PPD documents to normative references
- correct authors' addresses for MSPS (Justin/Paul) or PPD (Mike)
- update table of contents and list of tables
- do Save As -> Publish as PDF


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