Massive Modulerization of JFugue Music NotePad

Though the JFugue Music NotePad looks exactly the same as before...

...it has undergone quite a bit of modulerization. Previously, it consisted of one big module that contained all the functionality, plus a module containing the JFugue API. Now, however...

The above structure, once it all works, will be really cool. Any developer will be able to jump into the module where the code relevant to their expertise is found, without needing to understand or think about the rest of the application. "Most" of the functionality works as before. I've definitely got a few problems to solve before releasing this update to the world.

I'm also going to Mavenize it, why not, since I'm restructuring it completely anyway, makes sense to move it to Maven.

Comments:

Awesome! Glad to see the JFugue Music NotePad is still on your mind!

Posted by David Koelle on February 05, 2011 at 12:52 PM PST #

Hi, I'm interested in the JFugue Music Notepad. I've been using another application and seem to have reached the limits of it. I've tried to download the JFugue Music Notepad from different download sites but no luck. Is the application still available?

Cheers,
Robert

Posted by Robert on September 17, 2011 at 07:12 PM PDT #

Hi, I'm also interested in downloading JFugue Music Notepad. I haven't been able to find a working download linnk either; the one linking to the nbjfuguesupport page isn't working anymore. Do you know if it's still available to download somewhere in the deep dark corners of the internet?

Thanks,
-Kristina

Posted by Kristina on February 23, 2012 at 09:07 PM PST #

java.net/projects/nbjfuguesupport

Posted by Geertjan on February 24, 2012 at 02:28 AM PST #

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