This is a beta of a wxpython slider bank compiler... yet another argument for redoing everything and then releasing it on disk... plus you can sell coffee cups and tea-shirts :) this generates the sliders based on slidername minvalue maxvalue.. could be used for anything realy not just csound.. Anyone else have alot of time that would be intrested in a major self-publishing venture?? let me know.
This is inspired by csound blue. May be a good argument for keeping the graphics and the code sperate (as is often promoted on the python boards). This particular attempt may fall flat on its face.. I wish to use either tkinter or ogl (from wxpython) and ignore pygame (I like them but it's a problem on alot of laptops because of memory). It comes down to finding and example where you can limit the x and/or the y..
Someone else should post cool stuff sometimes. I released this on the python package index also. It is based on code that I found lying around when I was searching gmane wxpython. It can get much better than this but I was excited that I had one working as quicly as I did. The graphics are a two dimentional array of wx.checkbox. believe it or not there is a custom version of wx.checkbox that allows you to do whatever you want to as graphic but I would need a beta tester to make sure the graphics are still cross platform. also included is an updated version of the ifn parser.
This should work on any platform where python works.. pc,linux,mac cell phones exc...
I just need one of those spiffy websites like www.buzzmachines.com
today we are asking the python experts about parsing... I suspect that I will be taking example code from my spreadsheet and not realy having any other source or example.. I went through alot of google searches.
I am working on my latest therom. A code generator that goes over a list and creates a parser each list will have it's own rule.. The bigest list will be.
opcode pos1 pos2 exc..
the other part of it is to renumber the tables, get the highest table number exc..
There are a couple of things with dex tracker that need to be changed for the mac.
os.startfile is a big one.. I need some code that detects platform and then a
workaround for the mac. any help would be apreaceted, my platform is python the rest
are just details to be worked out. Here is a list of opcodes that have been taken from a csound 5.4 manual
I am seeing rumors of an iphone version of csound on the list.. If you can hook it up to your keyboard with bluetooth or something maybe.. I will believe it when I see it.
As it turns out the score editor I wrote is good for more than just csound instruments..
I set these up like I would a csound instrument (minus the csound instrument help file that will be in the next version of dex tracker) now you can edit skini files and calico files.
The serious updates are coming when I parse the tables and regenerate them in different spots. Its a must for a tracker style format..
This is alpha... I am putting new stuff together for publication quality graphics and gui interfaces.. There are most certainly bugs invloved.. The latest version is here..
I would like to here about free graphing programs (for pie charts exc), requests and bug fixes, I was looking into excel graphs but didn't seem to find anything about using them from outside programs so if someone has the info I will test it out..
new version of csound routines. http://dexrowem.blogspot.com/2008/05/graph-tests-for-csound.html
new stuff is python. I may have some bcx basic stuff later on for controlling excel.. (as time permits)
I fixed a nasty bug in the score editor... The score editor is the only one I know of that uses features that were in jeskola buzz and aplies them to csound such as templates exc... I dont have that much time to work on it so it may be a while befour it is updated again.. http://www.stormpages.com/edexter/csound.html