Please download the latest stable 0.7 version for Windows with one-click
You might also look at MuseScore (http://musescore.org), which is a
full-fledged score editor, if you are more familiar to commercial
products like Finale or Sibelius. Canorus is meant to be more light-weight.
Na 07. 09. 2010 21:38, TyTaurus je pisal:
> I want a program for writing music score - violin, harp and piano for
> my granddaughter.
> My computer runs Windows Vista version 7, 64 bit
> I've downloaded the file canorus-0.2.5.tar
> After unzipping, the readme file is as follows:
> Canorus Windows builds:
> 1) Configure Canorus with cmake and set CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX to
> nsis/canorus directory.
> 2) Compile the project with make and install it (this will install it
> to nsis/canorus).
> 3) Install Nullsoft installer (http://nsis.sf.net)
> 4) Install FontName plugin (needed for font installation):
> 5) Create an executable .exe installation with Nullsoft installer by
> using nsis/setup.nsi configuration script.
> I cannot find the cmake file/directory -- allI can find is two
> CMakeList.txt files one sized 14,366 and the other sized 3,705. (item 1)
> Neither can I find a 'complle' switch/option. (item 2)
> Please advise
> Tony Owen