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Hey friends,

Have you .it freakz noticed schismtracker.org now redirects to a bitbucket page with nothing but Schism Tracker source code?

I'm trying to find the osx version of schism, and all sites (pouet.net included) have the schismtracker.org direct link that doesn't exist anymore.

If anyone has the osx version and could send me some link, I'd really appreciate it.

Bye friends.

Last edited by PULSELOOPER (May 7, 2016 5:00 pm)

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yeah, noticed this recently. pretty disappointing; things have been quiet on the schismtracker development front for quite a while.

i think archive.org has you covered, though: https://web.archive.org/web/20160323134 … macosx.zip

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wow! thanks a bunch man!

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RIP the best ever piece of music software

luckily it was already perfect so it doesnt need Development anyway

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there were a bunch of promising-looking patches on /scdev/ that hadn't been integrated yet

including one by me that warns if you if you save a module containing adlib instruments as an IT

written after much grief over many instances of that mistake

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Storlek has been in difficult times in several ways and probably could use some support.

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chunter wrote:

Storlek has been in difficult times in several ways and probably could use some support.

What's happening with him? sad

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Here's a working link to windows v3.4.2: http://schism-tracker.en.uptodown.com/
And A 69 page users manual courtesy of the Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/SchismTrackerUsersManual

I've never used this tracker myself, and I don't know much about it, but it's always good to keep trackers and other legacy programs available. I'll find some samples and play around someday. smile

Last edited by Imaginary (May 7, 2016 11:26 pm)

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PULSELOOPER wrote:

What's happening with him? sad

Consider conversations like this one: https://twitter.com/SwedishForSize/stat … 9130396672

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chunter wrote:
PULSELOOPER wrote:

What's happening with him? sad

Consider conversations like this one: https://twitter.com/SwedishForSize/stat … 9130396672

So what you're saying is they're prioritizing real life issues over maintaining a niche piece of software?

I don't buy it.

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in the absence of any feasible way that i can think of to support storlek, i'd at least like to keep the great software they developed accessible.

to this end, and since schismtracker is open-source and GPL-licensed, i've forked storlek's schismtracker repo on github, replicated the latest commit from the bitbucket repo, and ported most of the old schismtracker.org wiki to github as well.

some of the download links on the wiki still point to files that are only available via archive.org. a couple of friends and i plan to build some up-to-date versions of schismtracker for the most common platforms and make them available via github releases.

integrating some of the untouched patches from /scdev/ is also on the to-do list.

if you're code-savvy and would like to chip in, feel free to open issues and make pull requests as appropriate. also feel free to help storlek out if you can :(

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Great job Jangler.
It was my first Linux Tracker and it's a great software.
it is so close to impulse tracker, or maybe schism/impulse is the same software dunno.

Last edited by yoyz2k (May 8, 2016 10:22 pm)

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thumbs up, i have it building on windows but runs a bit slow compared to my 2014 build for some reason, if anyone can do a better job please do

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Hey Jangler, thanks a bunch for putting effort on this. \m/

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Hey guys, if anyone wants I have the latest Windows and OS X builds:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/240 … -32bit.zip
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/240 … -64bit.zip
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/240 … -10.11.zip

Also if anyone has problems with sending MIDI clock I also managed to make it work

Last edited by scannerboy (May 9, 2016 2:02 pm)

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very good scannerboy
great to know so many people care about schism smile

sandneil wrote:

thumbs up, i have it building on windows but runs a bit slow compared to my 2014 build for some reason, if anyone can do a better job please do

fixed now - i will be doing windows builds of anything that comes from the jangster revival