(new) libportsmf-dev_0.1~svn20101010-1_amd64.deb optional libdevel
Portable Standard Midi File Library (development files)
 Portsmf is "Port Standard MIDI File", a cross-platform, C++ library for reading
 and writing Standard MIDI Files.
 .
 Features:
 .
  - input and output of Standard MIDI Files
  - data structures, classes, etc. for representing music data in memory
    o sequence structure consisting of multiple tracks
    o track structure consisting of multiple events
    o events contain note and control data
    o extensible attribute-value property lists
    o tempo track and time signature representation
  - input and output of a text-based representation: Allegro files
  - extensive editing operations on sequences and tracks
  - conversion to/from binary buffers for archiving, undo/redo, etc.
 .
 This package contains the development files.
(new) libportsmf0_0.1~svn20101010-1_amd64.deb optional libs
Portable Standard Midi File Library
 Portsmf is "Port Standard MIDI File", a cross-platform, C++ library for reading
 and writing Standard MIDI Files.
 .
 Features:
 .
  - input and output of Standard MIDI Files
  - data structures, classes, etc. for representing music data in memory
    o sequence structure consisting of multiple tracks
    o track structure consisting of multiple events
    o events contain note and control data
    o extensible attribute-value property lists
    o tempo track and time signature representation
  - input and output of a text-based representation: Allegro files
  - extensive editing operations on sequences and tracks
  - conversion to/from binary buffers for archiving, undo/redo, etc.
(new) portsmf_0.1~svn20101010-1.debian.tar.gz optional libs
(new) portsmf_0.1~svn20101010-1.dsc optional libs
(new) portsmf_0.1~svn20101010.orig.tar.bz2 optional libs
Changes: portsmf (0.1~svn20101010-1) unstable; urgency=low
 .
  * Initial release (Closes: #613306).


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