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Frescobaldi

   2.0.15  

KDE Sound Application

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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  2112
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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 Finale files

 
 by Filozof on: Aug 10 2009
 
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I'm absolutely newbie in applications for musicians so forgive me if my question is silly ;) I'm curious if Fresobaldi is able to open Finale files (finalemusic.com). I've got some files created in that program and I'm looking for any Linux app which I can open them with. :)


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 Re: Finale files

 
 by wbsoft on: Aug 17 2009
 
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Your best bet is to save your music from Finale in the MusicXML format. LilyPond 2.12 has very good MusicXML import. Frescobaldi has not yet a specialized import GUI but you can use the musicxml2ly tool distributed with LilyPond to convert the MusicXML file to the LilyPond input format. Then of course you can use Frescobaldi to edit the file!


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 Re: Re: Finale files

 
 by Filozof on: Aug 19 2009
 
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Thank you for reply, I'll certainly try this way :)


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 To be aware of fresco's update

 
 by geoTrouvetout on: Oct 19 2009
 
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Hello !
It's been quite a long time since I have posted over here.
Anyway, is there a way (and forgive me if I'm asking for something that is well known), to be aware of the job that is in progress with fresco, if a new version is out, and so on ? Some kind of a roadmap for the first part of the question, and some kind of a rss feed for the second ?

I've missed two versions of fresco, and I'm sure that the french po file might need an update ;-) !
I'm ready to maintain it when I have time. I guess that I could get a working copy of the svn or whatever version control software you're using, but this wouldn't assure me of the work in progress, unless syncing often, which I can't do ecause of a lack of free time...
As always, thanks a lot for the job you've done with fresco, and keep going, I continue to use it as often as I can !


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 Re: To be aware of fresco's update

 
 by wbsoft on: Oct 28 2009
 
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You can join the frescobaldi mailing list.
(first link on www.frescobaldi.org/links.html).
There are also many feeds, see http://code.google.com/p/lilykde/feeds


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 translation

 
 by wbsoft on: Oct 28 2009
 
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Frescobaldi can easily be had from svn:
see http://frescobaldi.org/development.html.

A new release is due out in about two weeks, but the gui texts etc. are just finished. So you could start updating the po file from svn!


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 Segfault

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Nov 29 2009
 
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I had early versions of the program working, very impressive!

However, for some time now, the program simply segfaults opening lilypond files. Since it is attempting to open the previously active file, it segfaults immediately.

BTW, Lilypond will format and Lied will open the files. Problem is that lied cannot display non-latin characters, though recent fltk supports utf8.


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 Re: Segfault

 
 by wbsoft on: Dec 1 2009
 
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Which version of Frescobaldi are you using? And what are the versions of KDE, PyQt4 (python-qt4), PyKDE4 (python-kde4) and SIP (python-sip4)?

Also: can you provide me with the crash log from the dialog after the segfault?

thanks,


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 Re: Re: Segfault

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Dec 1 2009
 
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I am using the current latest version of frescobaldi but this problem has been through most of the recent versions.

I am running kde4, pyqt4, from Debian Sid.


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 Re: Re: Segfault

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Dec 1 2009
 
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P.S. No crash log dialog is presented.


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 Re: Re: Re: Segfault

 
 by wbsoft on: Dec 1 2009
 
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Can you run Frescobaldi from a terminal window and post the console output here?

e.g. open a terminal and type:

frescobaldi file.ly

of course, file.ly must exist.

Also: please post the output of:

frescobaldi --version


And by the way: does it crash as soon as a file is opened, or direcly when started with no file (i.e. via the menu) or only when started by clicking a .ly file in the file manager?

thanks!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Segfault

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Dec 1 2009
 
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Both commands simply yield
"Segmentation fault"


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 Re: Segfault

 
 by wbsoft on: Dec 2 2009
 
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Very strange, there must be something wrong in you KDE4, PyQt4 or PyKDE4 setup.

If even 'frescobaldi -- version' segfaults, it crashes somewhere in the KDE code, because that option is handled by KDE.

Are you sure that Frescobaldi is using the same Python version PyKDE4 and PyQt4 was compiled for?

What happens if you manually start the Python interpreter with /usr/bin/python2.x (the first line of the frescobaldi script installed in /usr/bin or /usr/local/bin) and then type on the python prompt (which looks like >>>):

import PyKDE4.kdecore
import PyKDE4.kdeui

(It's difficult for me to debug this situation as there is no crash log)

Thanks for your time!


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 Re: Re: Segfault

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Dec 2 2009
 
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Either of the import lines is an immediate segfault.

I have three groups of PyKDE4:

1. /usr/share/sip/PyKDE4 with .sip

2. /usr/lib/pyshared/python2.5/PyKDE4 with .so

3. /usr/share/kde4/apps/pykde4/ with a kde4.py and examples

All are (should be) Debian Sid



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 Re: Re: Segfault

 
 by wbsoft on: Dec 2 2009
 
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Thanks. There is something wrong in your installation, with versions of PyKDE, PyQt and maybe Python maybe not matching. It seems from your information that PyKDE4 is installed for Python 2.5 only.

Please make sure that sip and PyQt4 are also compiled for the same Python 2.5 and that Frescobaldi also uses the same Python.

Probably some parts of your installation need an update. Good luck!

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 Segfault -- SOLVED / Charsets?

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Dec 2 2009
 
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Never flagged in synaptic or anywhere, the PyKDE4 packages were for 4.3.2, not 4.3.3. Upgraded and voile.

I am using UTF8 as the default encoding. Lilypond files produced by noteedit showed in the code and previews correctly. Files from nted previewed fine, but in the code view, the Hebrew letters came in as ... Chinese!

Changing the encoding in the open/save options fixed that, but it seems that this could/should be flagged in the lilypond files themselves and the default be taken from KDE.


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 Re: Segfault -- SOLVED / Charsets?

 
 by wbsoft on: Dec 10 2009
 
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I'm not sure if I understand the problem correctly. LilyPond requires its input to be in UTF-8 encoding. Frescobaldi always defaults to UTF-8. But if you check the option "Remember Cursor Position, Bookmarks etc." in Settings->Configure Frescobaldi, Frescobaldi will also remember the encoding files were saved with, and open them in the correct encoding again.

You can also enforce Frescobaldi to use another encoding in a document by writing a line like:

% kate: encoding UTF-8;

somewhere at the top or bottom of the file. This line is read by KatePart, the editor component of KDE that Frescobaldi uses.


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 Python2.6 prevents cmake

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Dec 27 2009
 
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Even though python symlinks/alternatives to python2.5, the presence of 2.6 (presently incomplete but needed for some other app) prevents cmake from finding all the qt/kde bindings and much else. I had to move 2.6 out of the way and symlink that to 2.5.

This is the output:

~/frescobaldi-1.0.0/build$ cmake ..
-- Found PythonInterp: /usr/bin/python2.6
CMake Error at cmake/modules/Python.cmake:11 (message):
The following Python modules are missing:

sip
PyQt4
PyQt4.QtCore
PyQt4.QtGui
PyKDE4.kdecore
PyKDE4.kdeui
PyKDE4.kparts
PyKDE4.kio
PyKDE4.ktexteditor
dbus
dbus.mainloop.qt

Call Stack (most recent call first):
CMakeLists.txt:14 (python_test_script)


-- Configuring incomplete, errors occurred!

In other words, it somehow gets to the 2.6. Finding this is done by a cmake module. Not smart enough, I'm afraid :-)


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 Re: Python2.6 prevents cmake

 
 by wbsoft on: Dec 27 2009
 
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Hi, read INSTALL about how to direct CMake to the correct Python :-)

use a command like:
cmake . -DPYTHON_EXECUTABLE=/usr/bin/python2.5

to use the correct Python interpreter version.


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 Re: Re: Python2.6 prevents cmake

 
 by ssuominen on: Jan 17 2010
 
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Doesn't help. 1.0.0 worked fine, something is broken in 1.0.1.

$ cmake . -DPYTHON_EXECUTABLE=/usr/bin/python2.6

CMake Error at cmake/modules/Python.cmake:11 (message):
The following Python modules are missing:

PyKDE4.kdecore
PyKDE4.kdeui
PyKDE4.kparts
PyKDE4.kio
PyKDE4.ktexteditor

Call Stack (most recent call first):
CMakeLists.txt:15 (python_test_script)

-- Configuring incomplete, errors occurred!

$ ls -l /usr/bin/python2.6
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 6008 Dec 7 12:41 /usr/bin/python2.6

$ qlist -CIv pykde4 PyQt4
dev-python/PyQt4-4.7
kde-base/pykde4-4.3.4


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 Re: Re: Re: Python2.6 prevents cmake

 
 by wbsoft on: Jan 18 2010
 
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Please try to find out which Python PyKDE4 (and PyQt4) are installed for. (Maybe something got upgraded on your system? The CMake files didn't change for 1.0.1)

You can go to a terminal and type:

/usr/bin/python2.5
>>> import PyKDE4.kdecore

If this succeeds, you need to add -DPYTHON_EXECUTABLE=/usr/bin/python2.5 to the CMake command line.

If this fails (with ImportError, no module named PyKDE4.kdecore), try another Python, e.g. /usr/bin/python2.6

You can also try to look where PyKDE4 is installed using locate:

locate PyKDE4/kdecore.so

yields on my system:

/usr/lib/debug/usr/lib/pyshared/python2.6/PyKDE4/kdecore.so
/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.6/PyKDE4/kdecore.so
/usr/lib/pyshared/python2.6/PyKDE4/kdecore.so

So I must use /usr/bin/python2.6 (which is found automatically).

But yes, I could try to make the install procedure smarter, in that it tries to import the PyKDE4 modules and if some fail, just try the next Python...


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 What is with frescobaldi-data?

 
 by EinfachToll on: Feb 18 2010
 
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At first, this program looks really promisingly.

I tried it under Ubuntu and installed the package "frescobaldi" from the PPA.
It runs, but the most funktions don't work, e.g. opening the preferences, closing a tab or finally compiling. There is just no reaction.

Must I also install the "frescobaldi-data"? When I try to, I get this error message:


dpkg: Fehler beim Bearbeiten von /var/cache/apt/archives/frescobaldi-data_0.7.13-0ubuntu2_amd64.deb (--unpack):
Versuche, »/usr/share/kde4/apps/frescobaldi/lib/rational.py« zu überschreiben, welches auch in Paket frescobaldi 0:1.0.1-0ubuntu1 ist
dpkg-deb: Unterprozess paste mit Signal (Broken pipe) getötet
Fehler traten auf beim Bearbeiten von:
/var/cache/apt/archives/frescobaldi-data_0.7.13-0ubuntu2_amd64.deb
E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)


I don't know if you understand german, it says roughly that frescobaldi-data tried to overwrite /usr/share/kde4/apps/frescobaldi/lib/rational.py, which is also included in the package "frescobaldi".

And do I need the package "rumor"? If so, where to get it?


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 Re: What is with frescobaldi-data?

 
 by wbsoft on: Feb 19 2010
 
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First: the problems you're experiencing are due to a little bug in the interaction between Python-KDE 4.4 and SIP 4.10. Frescobaldi 1.0.2 contains a work-around for those problems and works well under KDE 4.4.

If your distribution splits Frescobaldi's application code from its data, it will automagically pull in frescobaldi-data for you.

Rumor is an external program that translates live MIDI input to LilyPond output. See http://www.frescobaldi.org/uguide/entering#rumor for information about where to get Rumor.


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 Re: What is with frescobaldi-data?

 
 by wbsoft on: Feb 19 2010
 
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Hm, looking to the frescobaldi-data problem: It seems that frescobaldi-data-0.7.13 is conflicting with frescobaldi-1.0.1.

So yes, you must remove frescobaldi-data and then install frescobaldi-1.0.2 as soon as the package is available.


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