Lomse documentation

 

Lomse Installation Guide

Target audience: People interested in using the Lomse library.

Installation guide.
 

Lomse API documentation

Target audience: People interested in learning how to use the Lomse library for their projects.

API documentation for the Lomse library
 

Lomse tutorials

Target audience: People interested in learning how to use the Lomse library for their projects.

These tutorials provide a quick hands-on introduction to using lomse in different platforms. Of course, it is assumed that you have good knowledge of C++ and of the chosen platform, although they could serve also as a quick introduction to programing in that platform. If you would like to contribute with more tutorials or by adapting these tutorials for other platforms or frameworks, you are welcome!. Join the Lomse list and post a message. Thank you.

For wxWidgets (platform independent)

I've only tested these tutorials in Linux and Windows XP. For Mac and other platforms they will probably work with a couple of changes.

Tutorial 1. Displaying a music score.
Tutorial 2. Interacting with the score.
Tutorial 3. Playing back scores.
Tutorial 4. Visual tracking during playback.

For Qt (platform independent)

I've only tested these tutorials in Linux. For other platforms they will probably work without changes.

Tutorial 1. Displaying a music score.

For Linux with X11

Tutorial 1. Displaying a music score.
Tutorial 2. Interacting with the score.

For MS Windows (Win32 API)

Tutorial 1. Displaying a music score.
 

The Lomse Hacking Guide

Target audience: People interested in learning how the Lomse library is implemented and/or on using it for their projects.

This document provides details on the design and implementation of the Lomse library. Its goal is to allow developers to better understand the way how Lomse is organized and designed, in order to let them use, extend, customize, and debug it.

Hacking Guide

Last updated: 2016/07/03