It's been a great summer and, as always, good things never last longer.
I remember two years ago when it made its premiere, also after a great
summer vacation and a pretty longer and rather undercover existence. Two
years have gone by now, there's nothing to be startling with. All that's
about to say:
QXGEdit 0.1.1 slipped out!
If you're puzzled what this is, then don't worry nor go any further.
This is just one extreme-niche piece of software program I've made for
my own personal usage. But others may also feel compelled to try it out.
I'm doin'g it just because I can :)
Now, already in its third public release, QXGEdit is a XG instrument
editor, specially dedicated to the elderly Yamaha DB50XG. Yes, this is
all synth-eldercare, if I may punch that line without the slightest lack
of respect. How could it be? This is the best evidence I can show to the
world how I love this piece of junk ;)
Only for the ones who know what I'm talking about ;)
- source tarball:
- source package (openSUSE 11.4):
- binary package (openSUSE 11.4):
Weblog (upstream support):
QXGEdit is free, open-source software, distributed under the terms of
the GNU General Public License  (GPL) version 2 or later.
- Make sure Uservoice elements are selected only when available.
- Debugging stacktrace now applies to all working threads.
- libX11 is now being added explicitly to the build link phase, as seen
necessary on some bleeding-edge distros eg. Fedora 13, Debian 6.
- Moving from old deprecated Qt3'ish custom event post handling into
regular asynchronous signal/slot strategy.
- General standard dialog buttons layout is now in place.
rncbc aka Rui Nuno Capela
rncbc at rncbc dot org
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