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PCG-Tools - Free software for managing PCG files for Korg music workstations/synthesizers
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.vs/PcgTools2013/v14 First commit - baesd on a ZIP drop from Michel Keijzers Apr 7, 2019
Common Version 3.1.0 (excluding updated manual) Aug 31, 2019
Documentation Updated manual upto 3.1, Russian texts, peaky blinders logo Sep 2, 2019
Extended WPF Toolkit Binaries First commit - baesd on a ZIP drop from Michel Keijzers Apr 7, 2019
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Installation Version 3.1.0 (excluding updated manual) Aug 31, 2019
KorgKronosTools Updated manual upto 3.1, Russian texts, peaky blinders logo Sep 2, 2019
Model First commit - baesd on a ZIP drop from Michel Keijzers Apr 7, 2019
PCG Tools Unittests Version 3.1.0 (excluding updated manual) Aug 31, 2019
PatchDatabaseBackEnd Version 3.1.0 (excluding updated manual) Aug 31, 2019
PatchDbFrontEnd Version 3.1.0 (excluding updated manual) Aug 31, 2019
WPF.MDI First commit - baesd on a ZIP drop from Michel Keijzers Apr 7, 2019
.gitignore Version 3.1.0, manual not updated yet. Aug 31, 2019
LICENSE Create LICENSE Apr 9, 2019
PCG Tools.smproj First commit - baesd on a ZIP drop from Michel Keijzers Apr 7, 2019
PcgTools2013.sln Version 3.1.0 (excluding updated manual) Aug 31, 2019
PcgTools2013.sln.DotSettings First commit - baesd on a ZIP drop from Michel Keijzers Apr 7, 2019
README.md Version 3.1.0 (excluding updated manual) Aug 31, 2019

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