[request] noteedit, fluidsynt
jandrese at mitre.org
Fri May 2 07:19:32 PDT 2003
> I'm new to freeBSD and I am enthusiast of it expecially of yhe ports system,
> easy and powerfull.
> but I miss some application I used daily on linux
> Is this the right place for requests?
> I tried to compile fluidsynth [http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/fluid/] but
> I failed, it has been ported to win and macOS so I thought it were simple...
Looks like a getopt problem. You have to add a -I/usr/local/include in
the CFLAGS in the Makefile and a -L/usr/local/lib -lgnugetopt to the
You also need to stick a -pthread on the compile.
I don't know if it will actually work at this point, I'm not local to my
machine. It does run however.
You will need to install gnugetopt from the ports.
> the same for noteedit
Noteedit requires KDE, which I don't have installed. It uses configure,
which is a good sign.
> the best GPLed software for music notation: it is based on TSE
> [http://tse3.sourceforge.net/] that is also said to be very portable!
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