DGEdit 0.10 released

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DGEdit 0.10 released

Postby deva » Mon Feb 04, 2019 5:26 pm

DGEdit version 0.10 has been released

A new version of the official drumgizmo drumkit creation tool, DGEdit, has been released.

New in this version is the possibility to create a full drumkit with several instruments instead of just one instrument and also the option to save the session in a .dgedit file.
For the full list of changes, check the roadmap for 0.10: https://drumgizmo.org/wiki/doku.php?id= ... ersion_010

The editor were presented at the Sonoj Convention 2018 (http://sonoj.org/) in Cologne. A video is available here: https://media.ccc.de/v/sonoj2018-1805-drumgizmo

Get it at https://drumgizmo.org/releases/dgedit-0.10.0/ (source only)

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Re: DGEdit 0.10 released

Postby eamonn » Tue Dec 03, 2019 12:09 pm

Hi,

I'm working on a new kit but the version of DGedit that I have seems to be pretty old.
Do you know of a package somewhere that I could safely install (I'm on KDE Neon, which is based on Ubuntu 18.04 as far as I know).
I would prefer to avoid compiling (I'm working on a rather clean and stable, production only, computer).
Thanks for your time.

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Re: DGEdit 0.10 released

Postby tavasti » Tue Dec 03, 2019 1:11 pm

eamonn wrote:Do you know of a package somewhere that I could safely install (I'm on KDE Neon, which is based on Ubuntu 18.04 as far as I know).
I would prefer to avoid compiling (I'm working on a rather clean and stable, production only, computer).

When on some computer where it needs to be kept 'clean', compiling yourself might be safer. Sure, installing one package by hand (download and dpkg -i) is clean, but adding some repo goes to territory where you can get side-efects.

I generally work like this (example is for software with configure, but for others you may need to find other way to tell where to install)
apt install stow
sudo mkdir -p /usr/local/stow/greatsoftware-v1.2.3
cd greatsoftware-v1.2.3
./configure --prefix /usr/local/stow/greatsoftware-v1.2.3
make
sudo make install
cd /usr/local/stow
sudo stow -v greatsoftware-v1.2.3

That way, you don't mess any system directories, don't install packages from other sources and you can remove that installation with:
cd /usr/local/stow
sudo stow -Dv greatsoftware-v1.2.3
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Re: DGEdit 0.10 released

Postby eamonn » Tue Dec 03, 2019 1:34 pm

Thanks Tavasti ; while I'm sure you are technically right, "safe" for me means that I feel confident I understand what I'm doing and I'm not sure compiling might enter this definition before a long time.
If trusted packages don't exist, my second preferred option will probably be to make the best of whatever I can find (old or hazardous).

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Re: DGEdit 0.10 released

Postby Shupacabras » Tue Dec 03, 2019 7:09 pm

Hi, sorry mi bad english
what is "moc qt5"? I have the error when trying to compile
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