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Asaph

Asaph is a tool for Christian music groups and worship leaders for managing song databases. Its features include searching, manipulating chord markings, printing lead sheets, and generating presentations for use in group worship.

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  •  07 Dec 2004 07:48

    Release Notes: This release included several minor fixes and enhancements to the GUI. The user's guide is in progress but not yet complete.

    •  15 Jul 2004 18:39

      Release Notes: This release includes several minor fixes and enhancements to the GUI. The user's guide is in progress but not yet complete.

      •  09 Apr 2004 20:46

        Release Notes: Several feature enhancements were made, including an "open recent" menu, user interface improvements, and improvements to error/bug reporting, in addition to bugfixes.

        •  13 Mar 2004 03:41

          Release Notes: Several feature enhancements were made, including printing enhancements, an installer for Windows, integration of the new logo and icon, and build enhancements, along with several bugfixes.

          •  05 Mar 2004 03:18

            Release Notes: This release fixes several important bugs, including issues with printing multi-column and multi-page songs.

            Recent comments

            24 Oct 2011 20:35 kobrak

            Is this project dead?

            05 Aug 2006 19:53 kudzudaddy

            Great program
            Found this last week. How're you coming on the documentation?

            27 Mar 2004 13:07 dazuma

            Re: Asaph


            > Program looks pretty solid. Has anyone

            > entered any significant number of songs

            > into a database? If so, how many songs

            > are entered and how large is the file?

            My current personal database has 198 songs. (I'm still adding songs from the printouts and text files I've accumulated over the years, and expect it to reach around 350 when I'm done.) I'm using an "indexed" database for it, which is stored as a directory full of files, one file per song. If I save the whole thing as a "simple" database, where all the songs are concatenated into one file, it's 480k.

            24 Mar 2004 15:59 jwmort

            Asaph
            Program looks pretty solid. Has anyone entered any significant number of songs into a database? If so, how many songs are entered and how large is the file?

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