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fretcalc is a text-based application used to calculate fret spacing for guitar, bass, and other stringed instruments. fretcalc was written in C++ on a Fedora Core 2 machine, but should run on any Unix box.
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fretcalc.cpp

README

fretcalc v 0.17

GNU/GPL copying rules apply, see COPYING

INTRODUCTION:
 fretcalc is a simple console fret calculator for Linux.
 
COMPILATION:
 Go into fretcalc source directory and type 'make'.
 It should compile without errors.

INSTALLATION:
 Currently running make will produce a single binary in the source
 directory. You may put it anywhere you want. 

RUNNING:
 fretcalc -n <num_frets> -s <scale_length>

OPTIONS: 
 Options:
    -a <fret1,fret2,...fretx) additional half frets for dulcimer - use with -d
       half frets allowed: 0,1,3,4,6 and multiples of 7 for each 
       (7,8,10,11,13,etc.) 
    -c <frets_per_octave>     custom number of frets per octave
    -d, --dulcimer            calculate for dulcimer
    -h, --help                print this help
    -n <num_frets>            number of frets
    -o, --output              write output to calc.out
    -p <num_decimal_places>   precision of calculation display (1-5, default 3)
    -s <scale_length>         scale length
    -V, --verbose             be verbose
    -v, --version             print version number
    -w, --warranty            show warranty and copyright

FILES
 ./.fretcalc        Users fretcalc configuration.
    n=<num_frets> - required
    s=<scale_length> - required	
    p=<precision> - optional, default 3
    c=<frets_per_octave> - optional, default 12
    d=1 - optional (dulcimer)
    a=<fret1,fret2,...fretx> - optional (half frets)
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