an LV2 plugin to store arbitrary notes
With this plugin you can store arbitrary notes/metadata/memos and screenshots about your project.
For GNU/Linux (64-bit, 32-bit).
To install the plugin bundle on your system, simply copy the notes.lv2 folder out of the platform folder of the downloaded package into your LV2 path.
Unstable (nightly) release
Bugs and feature requests
- LV2 (LV2 Plugin Standard)
- OpenGl (OpenGl)
- GLEW (GLEW)
- VTERM (Virtual terminal emulator)
- XDG-UTILS (Freedesktop tools, namely xdg-open)
Build / install
git clone https://git.open-music-kontrollers.ch/lv2/notes.lv2 cd notes.lv2 meson build cd build ninja -j4 ninja test sudo ninja install
If you want to build with embedded Fira font, just disable fontconfig support (-Duse-fontconfig=disabled). If fontconfig support is enabled, Fira font MUST be present on your system.
This plugin features a native LV2 plugin UI which embeds a terminal emulator which can run your favorite terminal editor to edit the plugin’s notes.
Currently, the editor has to be defined via the environment variable EDITOR:
export EDITOR='vim' export EDITOR='emacs'
If no environment variable is defined, the default fallback editor is ‘vi’, as it must be part of every POSIX system.
Whenever you save the notes, the plugin will try to just-in-time compile and inject it. Potential warnings and errors are reported in the plugin host’s log and the UI itself.
On hi-DPI displays, the UI scales automatically if you have set the correct DPI in your ~/.Xresources.
If not, you can manually set your DPI via environmental variable D2TK_SCALE:
Copyright © 2019-2020 Hanspeter Portner (email@example.com)
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