This all sounds great Andres. I notice that you've almost finished
support for Caggage. As I'm still working on this I'd advise put that
work on hiatus as some changes are been made. Victor mentioned you're
based in Belfast now, I'm only down the road in Dundalk. Might be fun
to meet up, I can show you my current cabbage work. I'll let you know
off-list when I've made some progress and we can hook up for a few
2009/10/7 Andres Cabrera <mantaraya36@...>:
> Hi all,
> QuteCsound 0.4.3 is ready! But most people won't need to download it
> as it is now included in both the Windows and OS X installers for
> Csound 5.11. It's been quite a while since the last binary release,
> and this version includes many fixes, additions and hopefully
> improvements (see further down).
> QuteCsound is a simple frontend for Csound featuring a highlighting
> editor with autocomplete, interactive widgets and integrated help. It
> is a cross-platform drop in replacement for MacCsound (it can open
> files created in MacCsound), and aims to be a simple yet powerful and
> complete development environment for Csound.
> QuteCsound 0.4.3 has been tested on Windows, OS X, Linux and Solaris,
> and it is free software released under the LGPLv2 or at your option GPLv3.
> Known bugs:
> -On OSX the Scope widget is causing trouble. If you are getting
> crashes, delete any Scope wigets, which will probably solve the
> problem. I hope to have a fix soon.
> -There is currently no PPC version of QuteCsound. If you need it,
> please let me know.
> You can get it here:
> There's more information here:
> You can download a Quick Reference pdf document in English, Spanish, French or
> German here:
> Questions, comments and suggestions can be posted to the main Csound
> mailing list, or join the QuteCsound users mailing list at:
> The release binaries were made by Joachim Heintz and Andy Fillebrown
> which have prepared the installers for OS X and Windows respectively
> (I don't use either system...). Thanks to them and to the translators
> and testers for the many reports and ideas.
> What's new (from 0.4.1):
> Revision 230
> -Added option to run FLTK csds (when the string FLpanel is present) in
> terminal always
> -New german translation
> -Added coloring of background for dock console.
> -Add support for keyboard events to the widget panel
> -Quick Reference can now be opened directly from the Help menu. Also
> added configuration entry to select PDF viewer.
> -New splash screen
> -Added support for the sensekey opcode (Csound will now receive
> keyboard key press and release when focus is on the console or the
> widget panel.
> -Added help menu option to load manual (main page).
> -When widgets are placed beyond the widget panel's size, the widget
> panel will display scrollbars
> -Re-enabled usage of chnget and chnset (only
> -Added universal convolution, oscillator aliasing, Formant Synth and
> pvstencil examples
> -Added keyboard shortcut selector. Most keyboard shortcuts can now be
> -Added QuickRef document in French by Francois Pinot
> -Portuguese translation by Victor Lazzarini
> -Improved indent/unindent and comment/uncomment (now searches to the
> start of selected line)
> -Many small changes to examples, default csd and Quick reference docs
> -Cleaned up source for dot code generator
> -No more missing lines in the console
> -Many fixes to build and packaging system
> -Display widgets now store their value properly, so they can also be read from
> -Force clipping of floats to int conversion when recording to avoid
> foldback distortion. This means that out of range samples when using
> record will not produce the ugly distortion they were producing.
> -Hide help panel if visible when file menu is
> displayed since it stays on top on OS X.
> -Workaround for MS-Windows clipboard error (clipboard becomes
> non-functional after call to
> csoundReset). Not perfect, but hopefuly better
> -Fixed highlighting of loop opcodes
> -Fixed open from desktop on OS X
> In progress:
> -Started work on export for Cabbage (almost done)
> -Started work on saving without widgets
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