[linux-audio-dev] Canorus 0.0.2 released

Aaron Mehl aamehl at actcom.net.il
Sat Sep 9 21:03:41 UTC 2006

I am confused, is notedit dead?
or is canorus a new project?


On Fri, 2006-09-01 at 07:36 +0200, Reinhard wrote:
> Hi,
> Canorus, the successor to the music score editor NoteEdit is looking
> for developers wanting to join the project. The project is hosted on
> berlios and provides SVN access to the sources as well as a Wiki for
> project discussions.
> I put out a first release based on the current SVN. You can fetch it
> from http://prdownload.berlios.de/canorus/canorus-0.0.2.tar.bz2.
> Homepage:  http://canorus.berlios.de
> Wiki:             http://canorus.berlios.de/wiki/index.php/Main_Page
> Contact:       http://canorus.berlios.de/contact.html
> Canorus is the next generation music score editor (multiple viewports
> of the same score, scripting support, score source view, fast and
> intuitive UI, free software and cross-platform) . Technically it is
> based on Qt4, uses CMake as project management tool, swig for scripting
> / macros integration (primary script languages are ruby and python) and
> the cross platform rtmidi library for the MIDI playback.
> Canorus is searching for developers with experience in the fields C++,
> Ruby, Qt4, XML, Parsing, User Interfaces, Music Composition and Theory,
> Translators, Score Editing Unit Tests.
> Some of the tasks are:
> - Add several UI parts (either via Ruby or in the core) like Settings,
> several different property perspectives, Lyrics, Import / Export
> - Development of a robust test engine for the user interface and
> its core (could be done via scripting)
> - Import parsers for ABC Music, Lilypond, MusicXML, MUP (& NoteEdit),
> MusiXTeX, PMX, MIDI etc.
> - Export for several formats like the above
> - Recording and replay of macros
> - Multi-Level Undo/Redo (for different perspectives)
> If you want to join the project  just mail me your berlios unix name
> (user name you use to log into berlios). I'd use that name for a wiki
> account too and will send you a password you should change as soon
> as possible.
> A big "thank you!" to everyone making this project possible.
> Best regards,
> Reinhard Katzmann

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