You can browse all files available for download, including some binary packages, at
padthv1 Files on SourceForge.net.
2018-03-07 - The End of Winter'18 release.
- Introducing Scala micro-tuning classes, borrowed, stirred
and refactored from original Nick Dowell's amsynth code,
all under the GPL umbrella, of course.
- An internal note-key/frequency indirection table is now in
place, as a baseline for any micro-tuning implementations.
- Whether to use native file browser/requester dialogs is
now an effective option when launching under NSM session
management (was once disabled initially).
- Trying to get CC14 MSB+LSB (course+fine) running status on,
no matter whether each pairing event are under 200ms apart.
- A little hardening on the configure (autoconf) macro side.
2017-12-20 - The End of Autumn'17 release.
- Set on a minimum attack time of 500usec as much to prevent
audible clicking on low-pitched notes.
2017-10-29 - An Autumn'17 release.
- Opening multiple preset files is now possible, populating
the preset drop-down listing, while only the first one is
loaded effectively into the scene as usual.
- Mono(phonic) "Legato" mode option introduced.
- Desktop entry specification file is now finally independent
from all build/configure template chains, whatever.
- Updated target path for freedesktop.org's AppStream metainfo
file (formerly AppData).
2017-08-22 - A Late-Summer'17 release.
2017-07-20 - Initial change-log entry.
This project's Git repository can be checked out through
anonymous (http) access with the following instructions:
git clone http://git.code.sf.net/p/padthv1/code padthv1-git
You then need to prepare the
configure script on the just created
padthv1-git source directory:
Hopefully, you'll be now with a proper source tree, ready for build.
For quite some time there are alternate Git repositories which are kept
in sync with the above sf.net one:
However, this doesn't mean that the padthv1
project is about to migrate to a brand new hosting whatsoever: the original upstream
source code repository is, will be, as it ever was, always kept somewhere else still
in this world and universe.