#Agordejo Program version 0.4.1
Agordejo (Esperanto: 'place to set things up') is a music production session manager. It is used to start your programs, remember their (JACK) interconnections and make your life easier in general.
You can create a session, or project, add programs to it and then use commands to save, start/stop, hide/show all programs at once, or individually. At a later date you can then re-open the session and continue where you left off.
Agordejo does not re-invent the wheel but instead uses the New-Session-Manager daemon and enhances it with some tricks of its own, that always remain 100% compatible with the original sessions.
This README is just a short introduction. Consult the manual (see below) for more information.
Contact and Information
- Website https://www.laborejo.org
- Bugs and Issues: https://www.laborejo.org/bugs
- Git Repositories for all programs: https://git.laborejo.org
- Documentation and Manual https://www.laborejo.org/documentation/agordejo
Installation and Starting
If the latest release is not available through your package manger you can build it yourself: Download the latest code release on https://www.laborejo.org/downloads and extract it.
It is possible to clone a git repository.
git clone https://git.laborejo.org/lss/agordejo.git
- Python 3.6 (maybe earlier)
- PyQt5 for Python 3
- DejaVu Sans Sarif TTF (Font) (recommended, but not technically necessary)
- nsmd: New Session Manager
- pyxdg: python-xdg
- GCC (development is done on 8.2, but most likely you can use a much earlier version)
- Jack Audio Connection Kit must be running
Build and Install
./configure --prefix=/usr/local make sudo make install
If you installed Agordejo through a package manager or yourself simply use your application launcher
or terminal to start the executable
You can also run Agordejo after extracting the release archive or cloning from git, without make or installation. If you did so, for additional features please link tools/nsm-data to your executable PATH.
Use the manpage
man agordejo or run
agordejo --help (or local variant
./agordejo --help )
to see available command line parameters.