The TuxGuitar package

TuxGuitar is a guitar tablature editor with player support through
midi. It can display scores and multitrack tabs. Various features
TuxGuitar provides include autoscrolling while playing, note
duration management, bend/slide/vibrato/hammer-on/pull-off effects,
support for tuplets, time signature management, tempo management,
gp3/gp4/gp5 import and export.

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Filename Size Changed Actions
tuxguitar-1.4-src-clean.tar.gz 0007208108 6.87 MB over 3 years
tuxguitar-default-soundfont.patch 0000001445 1.41 KB about 3 years
tuxguitar-do-not-force-java-1.5.patch 0000000474 474 Bytes almost 3 years
tuxguitar-jsa-build.patch 0000000817 817 Bytes about 3 years
tuxguitar-startscript.patch 0000005920 5.78 KB about 3 years
tuxguitar-tray-build.patch 0000001945 1.9 KB about 3 years
tuxguitar.changes 0000002958 2.89 KB almost 2 years
tuxguitar.spec 0000009881 9.65 KB almost 2 years
Comments for tuxguitar 6

Sean Lewis's avatar

seanlew wrote almost 2 years ago

tuxguitar 1.5.2 has been released: https://sourceforge.net/projects/tuxguitar/files/TuxGuitar/TuxGuitar-1.5.2/tuxguitar-1.5.2-src.tar.gz/


Ignacio Taranto's avatar

itaranto7 wrote about 1 year ago

I tried to compile 1.5.2 using the actual spec but it failed due to missing symbols (I had to update the minimum Java version to 7 using -Dant.build.javac.source=7).

However this project builds just fine using Maven: cd tuxguitar-repo/build-scripts/tuxguitar-linux-x86_64/ mvn package

But the script inside the tuxguitar.spec uses Ant and Make (for compiling the JNIs). It seems that Maven is the supported build system but I'm not sure.

I also successfully compiled TuxGuitar with all the native modules with the exception of VST synth.

Also TuxGuitar has a Qt4 and Qt5 version (the regular one uses SWT for the GUI). I wasn't able to build the Qt5 version since it requires a library called QtJambi.

I asked the developer about build instructions here: https://sourceforge.net/p/tuxguitar/support-requests/22/


Mindaugas Baranauskas's avatar

embar wrote about 1 year ago

Did you tryed to compile Tuxguitar 1.5 in OBS with Maven? As I remember, it was easy to compile TuxGuitar 1.4 with Maven in local computer, but it was impossible in OBS – that is why Ant and Make was used.


Ignacio Taranto's avatar

itaranto7 wrote about 1 year ago

Oh, I see now why it was done this way. I compiled in a local VM with Leap 15. I'm a noob in regards to OBS.

It seems that the ant build is broken for TuxGuitar 1.5.2

I had to use an external repo to install Maven in Leap: https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/Java%3Apackages/maven

I'm seeing right now that Tumbleweed has maven in the official repos.


Mindaugas Baranauskas's avatar

embar wrote about 1 year ago

see also https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Maven


Ignacio Taranto's avatar

itaranto7 wrote about 1 year ago

Thanks I will take a look.

Since Tumbleweed already provides a maven package maybe we can use that to build TuxGuitar.