(Note, the CVS is very outdated)
Radium V0.63 Alpha Linux Port
HOW TO MAKE IT RUN WITHOUT READING THE REST OF THE README FILE
This is the second public, and the first official, release of
the linux port of the music editor Radium. The Amiga version
has been stable since January 2002.
Radium is a new type of graphical (currently only) notebased
For more info about the program, check out the online manual placed
at http://www.notam02.no/radium/ somewhere.
The following packages are currently used to build and run Radium:
*libgc - http://www.hpl.hp.com/personal/Hans_Boehm/gc/
*Python - www.python.org (at least V2.0 and tkinter)
*Python development package
*pyqt - http://www.gnu.org/directory/devel/specific/PyQT.html
*pygtk - http://www.daa.com.au/~james/software/pygtk/ (pygtk1, use pygtk-0.6.11)
*xterm - Yupp.
Most of these things are allready included in the radium/ directory (mainly because
of compatibility problems between various versions of gtk, pygtk and
libglade), so you only need to get hold of "pyqt".
"pyqt" is available as package for most linux distributions.
The biggest problem is that saving does not work. Loading does though.
Other things that needs to be fixed is that the playing behaves
strange when reaching the end of the blocks, and that the alsa-seq code
needs some care (midi/alsaseq/).
ABOUT THE CODE
The code is a mix between C and Python. The state of some of the code is
quite horrible and ununderstandable, but relatively bug-free, eh