LilyPond is the go to for musical notation engraving - there are several python libraries that interface with it such as Abjad.
Gratis - Yes
python - can be interfaced with
raspberry-pi - Yes
output to pdf, ps or png
- treble clef,
- rhythm indicator
- and the notes.
All of the above, using a text notation, and more such as ...
Try out Visual Studio Code which is an open source IDE that supports all the languages you specified with the help of extensions. I have used it on Mac, Linux and Windows and it is a great IDE with full debugging and Git support.
There are ARM builds available here for Linux distros.
I am a developer of CMUSphinx, an open source speech recognition toolkit. The main features of CMUSphinx for robot control and Raspberry Pi are:
Accurate models are available for US English
Good models are available for French, German and Spanish
Any language can be supported
Efficient decoding on low-resource hardware
Noise-robust speech recognition
Run a local DNS server of your choice and use OpenDNS as the forwarder. Then you can set custom rules locally and get the reporting of external requests via OpenDNS.
In terms of specific recommendations around what DNS server to run, my recommendation is to use whatever you're comfortable with or would like to learn. Any DNS server (e.g. BIND or Microsoft ...
SuperTux, a free clone of Super Mario Bros.
It runs on the Raspberry Pi
It uses the keys, the space bar and CTRL to shoot
Simply to understand mechanics. I think everybody knows how to play Super Mario
It doesn't have network support
But it comes with a map editor. However you will need a mouse to design a map.
You could use Kodi on the Raspi. Their Wiki gives instructions for this, and mentions 4 Kodi-centric OS distributions for that:
They all come with Kodi already integrated. The page even has some hints on how to get the best performance out of your little box. Even if you decide for a different distribution, Kodi usually can be ...
Syncfusion Essential Chart for UWP supports DateTime for X axis and Y values to create a chart as per your requirements . Please try this sample code.
The entire product is available for free through the community license program if you qualify (less than 1 million USD in revenue).
Note: I work for Syncfusion.
Anydesk was created by ex-employess from TeamViewer. It works about the same way. On my tests, it was a bit faster than TeamViewer. Also, they have a special version for RPi.
Anydesk is also free for personal use as the state on their website.
AnyDesk is free for the occasional private use. Take the opportunity
to use “AnyDesk Free” to convince ...
Chrome Remote Desktop is cross platform(Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, IOS), does not require port forwarding or any changes to the firewall. You can easily connect to other computers with an access code, or set up a code for your computers to connect while you are away.
If you want a python clicker library I would suggest pyautogui. I personally used it and it's a great library for clicking on coordinates and has image recognition. If you're able to deal with the website with only HTTP I would suggest using Requests + BeautifulSoup (bs4) for programatically interacting with the webpages.
If you want to programatically ...
After a long time of researching and testing I settled with Prometheus for data collection, it is simply amazing what you can collect with it.
Grafana for the diagrams and the monitoring watch screen and InfluxDB for storing the data.
You should be able to do this with FFMPEG by specifying the TV HAT as an input stream but it may be worth looking at MoviePy as a wrapper for this.
FFMPEG can extract 1 frame per second or each keyframe as described here and can take a stream as an input so all you need to do is find out the syntax for specifying that. Note that the order of arguments can ...
The solution is CudaText, it is now ported for Raspberry Pi 3. It is free, gratis (Open Source, licensed under Mozilla Public License 2.0). Many features are similar to features of ST3, e.g. command palette (F1 here). And CudaLint plugin exists.
Looks like the Atom.io text editor can be installed on Raspberry Pi as discussed on the Raspberry Pi Stack Exchange. Atom is a modern GUI text editor that includes line-collapsing and support for syntax coloring for various languages.
Pico, nano, and ...
My editor-of-choice for Linux, OSX, and Windows (yes, it works equally well on all three) is:
The four specific criteria are all supported by Textadept:
displaying 3 or 4 rows of code,
with code collapsing (to ease navigation through code),
In addition, it is blazingly fast, readily extensible, but has a ...
I'm using both Owncloud for my office and Seafile for my personal files. I started like you so I thought I'd try both for a while and see if I could make up my mind on which one to use for the long run.
Owncloud has a much cleaner, feature-rich cloud interface online, which is why I chose it for the office. Also, the community is larger and very active. So ...
You have quite a shopping list. I would suggest taking a look at:
the Standard Libraries Documentation - over half of your requirements are in the standard libraries &
the Python Package Index PyPi where you will find most, if not all, of the rest.
If there are still some that are missing asking a more targeted question here.
I ended up using the instructions provided here and here
Install Hamachi for Raspbian (Use logmein-hamachi-184.108.40.206-armel as the latest version does not work)
Create network using your LogMeIn Account.
Install Hamachi client for Windows
Get the IP Address using Hamachi Client and use putty for SSH or VNC Viewer for VNC.