|Subject:||This class returns not proper results.|
|Summary:||Package rating comment|
grzegorz tukaczewski rated this package as follows:
|Consistency: ||Not sure|
|Examples: ||Not sure|
grzegorz tukaczewski - 2010-12-13 13:43:10
This class returns not proper results. It's not useful. For instance: C# F G# as major chord instead of C# E# G# and so on, and so on ...
Arturs Sosins - 2010-12-13 15:14:32 - In reply to message 1 from grzegorz tukaczewski
E# and F are enharmonic, meaning they are different names for the same note.
To make class more understandable, without multiple names for same objects, I decided not to include enharmonic names (except simple sharp and flat notation) and as F note would be more understandable for majority of users, it was decided to use F name.
So as objects (notes) are strictly defined (you can get all possible values using get_notes()), you can interpret them on client side and display to end user in any format you consider eligible.