j.anders at informatik.tu-chemnitz.de
Thu Sep 5 14:53:50 BST 2002
Version 2.0.15 of the musical score editor NoteEdit is available:
1.) In principle it can be compiled with gcc-3.x! But read
this carefully: Many users install g++ - 3.x (and only gcc-3.x)
and expect C++ programs can be linked with QTs/KDEs which are
compiled with g++ - 2.x. But as experiences show:
It is not possible! You have to re-compile the whole KDE
and the whole Qt (takes 3 days). I did it and I couldn't
start my self-compiled KDE/QT. So perhaps you have to
re-compile still other (?) libraries.
Or wait for a new SuSE version. SuSE (http://www.suse.com)
is the one and only distributer who includes NoteEdit.
And I was notified by the SuSE Linux AG they prepare
a special g++-3.x version of NoteEdit.
2.) All NoteEdit users who had problems (delay)
during replay using the TiMidity++ in server mode:
I made a terrible mistake in documentation. The
correct command is:
timidity -iA -B2,8 -Os
And do not forget to install the eawpats (otherwise
the one and only instrument is piano):
3.) I'm not quite sure whether all works with the
gcc-3.x-compiled NoteEdit. They removed my
preferred C++ class (ostrstream) and replaced
it against another (ostringstream) which has
different behaviour (seekp(0) does not cut the string).
So if you have problems: Let me know!
J.Anders, Chemnitz, GERMANY (ja at informatik.tu-chemnitz.de)
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