Release Notes: Two bugs are fixed: stretching or shearing fonts did not work on 64-bit systems, and under some circumstances a spurious "line too long after macro expansion" error could occur.
Release Notes: A multiple rest bar can now be stretched or (slightly) squashed. In text strings, all characters in the Latin-A Extended code page are now accessible.
Release Notes: Some infelicities in the code have been tidied up, and two small new facilities are added: old-style multirest bars and the ability to suppress only one of a pair of warning key and time signatures.
Release Notes: Two small new features are added: the ability to move tremolo lines vertically, and interpretation of simple tremolos when generating MIDI. One small source infelicity has been tidied up.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. The bugs that are fixed are relatively minor.
Release Notes: There are two new command line options, -drawstavelines and -drawbarlines, which cause PMW to output stave and barlines using PostScript drawing commands instead of characters from the Music font. This can be useful in environments where PostScript interpreters do not handle the stave and barline characters well.
Release Notes: A few bugs have been mended and a few new features have been added (staccatissimo accent, bracketing for accents, and "end" barline in the middle of a piece).
Release Notes: This release has been tested on a 64-bit system and is known to work there. A few changes were necessary to make this happen. There is one new (rather specialized) feature allowing MIDI to be generated for notes that are not printed.
Release Notes: The code has been tidied and perhaps made 64-bit compatible (though the author cannot test this). The documentation has been thoroughly revised. A few new features have been added, including basic support for half sharps and flats and for right-to-left typesetting.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes in the chord name transposition code. The (previously undocumented) midistart directive actually works, and has been documented.