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Frescobaldi

   2.0.15  

KDE Sound Application

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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  2111
Submitted:  Dec 26 2008
Updated:  Mar 11 2014

Description:

Frescobaldi is a LilyPond sheet music editor. It aims to be powerful, yet lightweight and easy to use.

You can edit LilyPond documents and build and preview them with a mouse click. Clicking on notes in the PDF preview places the text cursor in the right place. A score wizard is provided to quickly setup a music score. There are editing tools to manipulate the rhythm, acticulations, lyrics hyphenation, etc.

Unlike version 1.2.0 the 2.0 versions do not need KDE4 anymore, but just Python and PyQt4.

When using the Windows installer, it might be necessary to install the MS VC 2008 runtime from
http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=29.




Changelog:

Some annoying bugs have been fixed; browser-like navigation to the definition of variables added.




LicenseGPL
Source(Frescobaldi 2.0.15 (stable, Qt4))
MS Windows(Frescobaldi 2.0.15 (Windows installer))
Source(Frescobaldi 1.2.0 (stable, KDE4))
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 LaTeX

 
 by gecko on: Dec 28 2008
 
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Hey, nice work, is there also any possability to export it to MusixTeX or some other thing I can include in LaTeX?


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 Re: LaTeX

 
 by wbsoft on: Dec 29 2008
 
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If there would be an utility that exports LilyPond to MusixTex, Frescobaldi could provide an easy to use GUI for it.

But you can already use LilyPond from within LaTeX, using lilypond-book. See the lilypond documentation.


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 Eager to try this, get

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Jan 3 2009
 
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raceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/local/bin/frescobaldi", line 42, in <module>
license, copyright, text, homepage, bugs)
TypeError: argument 1 of KAboutData() has an invalid type


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 Re: Eager to try this, get

 
 by wbsoft on: Jan 7 2009
 
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Please update SIP (python-sip4) to the most recent version (I believe 4.7.7). And also PyQt4 and PyKDE4 should be recent versions.


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 build failed!

 
 by drvirgilio on: Jan 6 2009
 
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I get this when I do make.

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 [ 29%] Generating articulation_longfermata.png                                                                  
GNU LilyPond 2.10.33
Processing `builddir/pics/articulation_longfermata.ly'
Parsing...lilypond: ports.c:978: scm_fill_input: Assertion `pt->read_pos == pt->read_end' failed.
/bin/sh: line 1: 29900 Aborted lilypond -ddelete-intermediate-files --png -dpixmap-format=pngalpha -o builddir/pics/temp_articulation_longfermata builddir/pics/articulation_longfermata.ly
make[2]: *** [pics/articulation_longfermata.png] Error 134
make[1]: *** [pics/CMakeFiles/lilypond_pngs.dir/all] Error 2
make: *** [all] Error 2


I'm running Archlinux on an AMD 64. Any ideas?


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 Re: build failed!

 
 by wbsoft on: Jan 7 2009
 
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Your best bet would probably be upgrade LilyPond to 2.12.0

But I should really release a package with the LilyPond-generated icons prebuilt! I will try in the short future.


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 Re: Re: build failed!

 
 by wbsoft on: Jan 7 2009
 
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but LilyPond 2.10.33 should work. It probably has something todo with the 64bit compiled version you use. And that could have been fixed in the recent stable 2.12 releases.


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 Re: Re: build failed!

 
 by wbsoft on: Jan 7 2009
 
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So, next release (0.7.3 or 0.8.0 don't know yet) will be easier to install (no need to build the Lily icons, those will be prebuilt in the release tarballs).


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 Re: Re: build failed!

 
 by drvirgilio on: Jan 8 2009
 
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Thanks. I got it working now.


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 Gentoo ebuild

 
 by Boccaccio on: Jan 10 2009
 
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Will there be a gentoo ebuild made available like for lilykde?

Thanks in advance!


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 Re: Gentoo ebuild

 
 by wbsoft on: Jan 15 2009
 
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Unfortunately, after many years I just switched my home system from Gentoo to Kubuntu. But I'll try to create one!


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 Re: Gentoo ebuild

 
 by wbsoft on: Mar 6 2009
 
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I finally got around creating a Gentoo ebuild:

http://lilykde.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/frescobaldi/gentoo/

Put it in your overlay in the media-sound category and name it frescobaldi-0.7.7.ebuild

then ebuild frescobaldi-0.7.7.ebuild digest and then emerge frescobaldi.


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 Saving preferences

 
 by terjemjelde on: Jan 17 2009
 
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I really like this app. It makes it so much easier to edit lilypond files.

However, I can't get frescobaldi to save the preferences I specify under "Settings | Configure". Nor does it remember my "View"-preferences (e.g. Linenumbers, Quick insert etc). Am I doing something wrong or is this not implemented yet? I notice that some things, like "Settings | Show Path" is saved under ~/.kde4/share/config/frescobaldirc.

I am using OpenSUSE 11.1, KDE4.1.


Regards,
Terje M

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 Re: Saving preferences

 
 by wbsoft on: Jan 17 2009
 
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Thank you for your compliments.

The saving of the settings you describe are indeed not implemented yet. Some are settings that are not global to Frescobaldi, but unique for every opened document.

I have not yet figured out how to save those settings.

But also it seems some settings in the editor component config pages are not saved. That would be a bug on Frescobaldi's part. Thanks again for your report!


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 Re: Re: Saving preferences

 
 by wbsoft on: Jan 17 2009
 
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Fixed in SVN. Now Frescobaldi should save user's settings. Thanks again for reporting.


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 Re: Saving preferences

 
 by phroddy on: May 16 2009
 
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Dear Terje Mjelde
I have installed Frescobaldi on my
opensuse system, having downloaded the gcc
compiler and the related C++ compiler. Also the Python files. However, as a
complete novice to linux, I haven't a
clue how to get Frescobaldi to run.
Do I have to run python first or run
it from the terminal. I tried ./frescobaldi but got the message I didn't
have the correct privelege.
I normally use Windows XP
If you could give me a clue I will be
very grateful.
Yours sincerely,
Frederick Dennis.
ps Wilbert Berendson says to "fire up"
Frescobaldi from "Utilities". This doesn't work in the least.


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 Trying to install Frescobaldi

 
 by phroddy on: May 17 2009
 
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My latest error message is:
/bin/sh: KDE4_MEINPROC_EXECUTABLE-NOTFOUND:
command not found.
I'm using OpenSuSe and trying to install
frescobaldi-0.7.8
I've tried loading KDE4libraries and
different versions.
Is there any way of loading meinproc4?
Thanks for your attention.
Frescobaldiless


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 Packages?

 
 by Manolete on: Jan 24 2009
 
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Any Debian (ish) packages for those ignorant musicians who barely can use a computer?

Thanks for this nice app, :).


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 Re: Packages?

 
 by wbsoft on: Feb 1 2009
 
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Frescobaldi will be in KUbuntu Jaunty (9.04)


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 Re: Packages?

 
 by wbsoft on: Mar 6 2009
 
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There are now (K)Ubuntu packages at
https://launchpad.net/~frescobaldi/+archive/ppa


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