Chordii is now part of Softpedia's database of software programs for the Windows operating system.
Softpedia have granted it with the "100% FREE" Softpedia award.
A new release with updates, new features and bug fixes is available. Among the new features are long command line options and support for ISO 8859.2 character set.
Chordii was mentioned in "10 best (unknown) open source projects" by Carla Schroder.
If you haven't tried Chordii yet, now's the time!
Chordii source has been migrated from Subversion to Git. Please plan accordingly.
Chordii 4.3 has been approved for inclusion in Fedora, one of the
leading Linux distributions. It will be part of Fedora 13 and is already
available as an update to Fedora 11 and 12.
Chordii has been rebased on the GPL 3.6.4 version of Chord and is now legally GPL.
The last known distribution of the original CHORD program is 3.6.2 and dates from july 1995. It includes a statement that CHORD is licensed following the conditions of the general GNU license, but with some additional restrictions. These restictions formed an obstacle for Chordii to be included in official software distributions.
In december 2009 Johan finally succeeded to track down the original authors and they agreed to create a new, GPL-only release. This release is called 3.6.4 to avoid confusion with an unofficial 3.6.3 version.... read more
Version 4.2 has been released. No functional changes, but finally we have a port to MS Windows.
Chordii, yes, Chordii, 4.1.0 has been released. This release was necessary since we were kindly requested to change the name of the program ro avoid confusion with the chordie.com web site.
After 12 years of suspended animation, the famous 'chord' program, wellknown for its trendsetting ChordPro music format, is now alive again!
Maintenance has been taken over and a new, modernised version has been released.