From: Tom Cato Amundsen <tca@tc...> - 2013-03-24 17:40:39
As you all have seen, Solfege development have been really slow
lately, but now I think we should be back on track again.
I uploaded a devel release (3.21.3) yesterday and I am now adapting a
solmisation dictation module I got from Axel Chr. Schullz. When that
is committed, I will release 3.21.4, do some testing and make a new
Then I will start using git for version control instead of bzr. I will
do a fresh start by adding 3.22.0 as is, and not trying to convert the
bzr repository to git. Converting from tla to baz to bzr created
enough problems, so I don't want to go through that once more.
After moving to git, solfege will be ported to Gtk+ 3, so we will not
loose much by not converting the archive. New gtk+ api will mostly
stop us from backporting new code anyway. I will keep the bzr
repository at http://www.solfege.org/bzr. So the 3.23.x devel branch will be
used to stabilize the gtk3 port and do some code cleanup.
Then, after a usable 3.24.0 running on gtk+3 is released, I have to
decide if I should work on new exercises or port Solfege to Python
People have asked for it. Git is maintained. Bzr developement have
stopped. Git looks much nicer than last time I looked, several years
ago. Learning new things is fun.
Tom Cato Amundsen <tca@...> http://www.solfege.org/
GNU Solfege - free ear training http://www.gnu.org/software/solfege/