KeyKit - Musical Fun with Windows, Tasks, and Objects
by Tim Thompson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
For use on Windows, just unzip the dist/key_nt.zip and execute the bin/key.exe you find inside.
Other platforms that should work: dist/key_raspbian.zip (Raspberry Pi/ARM) and dist/key_linux.zip (Linux/Intel).
You'll find formatted documentation in:
- doc/tutorial.html (Tutorial)
- doc/language.html (Language Reference)
- lib/index.html (GUI Tools in the lib directory)
- doc/faq.html (FAQ)
- doc/keyvar.html (Special Variables)
- doc/libdoc.html (Library functions)
- doc/hacking.html (Hacking guidance)
See the README.* files for platform-specific info on compiling. See the doc directory for other documentation. In particular, see doc/porting for details on the machine-dependent support needed for a given platform.
Other than for the distributions mentioned above, much of the machine-dependent support in the mdep directory is probably obsolete and will no longer work without modification, but is being retained for future use.
BTW, when you see "nt" in names - e.g. the key_nt.zip file, mdep/nt directory, or the install_nt target in the makefile - it refers to the Windows version. The fact that it refers to Windows NT indicates just how ancient KeyKit is. :-)