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Guido Engine version 1.4.6

A new version of the Guido Engine is available.
The main changes are:
- export to svg : embedded in GuidoEditor or available using guido2svg command line tool
- export to midifile : embedded in GuidoEditor or available using guido2midi command line tool
This version has been purged from all memory leaks and should be more robust to syntax errors
In addition, several bugs (crash bugs or incorrect rendering) have been corrected.
The Max and PureData external have also been updated to run with this version.

Posted by Dominique Fober 2011-11-25

GuidoLib v.1.40

A new version of the GuidoLib and Guido applications is available. It comes with a new Java JNI interface and with externals for Max/MSP and for Pure Data.

Posted by Dominique Fober 2010-10-06

Guidolib v1.37

The Guidolib v1.37 is available from the download section.
Note that it comes also with new releases of the Qt applications.

Posted by Dominique Fober 2009-05-25

The Guidolib project has moved to svn

The Guidolib project has moved to svn. This change has been the opportunity to restructure the source tree, thus the svn tree differs from the cvs tree to a great extend. This is also why the svn tree has been imported from scratch i.e. without conversion from the cvs tree, thus loosing the cvs history. For this reason and also because not all the files have been transfered to svn, the cvs repository will remain accessible but further developments will be made on svn.

Posted by Dominique Fober 2008-09-16

Guido Music Notation viewers released.

Guido GMN viewers for MacOS-X and Windows have been released. Their goal is to render or print scores with automatic music formatting. They are based on the new GuidoLib Engine version 1.2.

The GMN format is a formal language for score level music representation. It is a plain-text, human-readable and platform independent format capable of representing all information contained in conventional musical scores.

Posted by Jerome Berthet 2004-01-21