From: Leigh Smith <leigh@to...> - 2001-01-18 20:09:59
4L;112L;140L;168L;196L;224L;252L;280L;308L;336L;</param>After managing =
to be swept up in the sourceforge reshuffle/hiccup, I've finally managed =
a useful source tarball, which includes a bugfix for =
There is another bug which will manifest if running an application =
without an installed MIDI driver. I've fixed that but holding off =
releasing another patch since the better solution is to actually provide =
a MacOS X MIDI driver (described below).
I've placed a .pkg of the MacOS X public beta binaries of the =
frameworks, no applications or examples are included. These should =
install in /Library/Frameworks. Hopefully Apple's package installer is =
up to the task.
I've made available for download the binary of the MacOS X MIDI =
driver/plugin for a Midiman MIDISPORT 2x2 USB interface. A detailed =
README resides within the tarball which explains installation etc.
The generic MIDI USB driver that Apple ships as a developer example =
should also work with Roland USB MIDI interfaces. I can compile this up =
and provide it as a binary if anyone needs this. Apparently that driver =
should also work with other USB interfaces. I've only tested things on =
the MIDISPORT however.
I'm nearing completion of the conversion of the RTF documentation to =
SGML. The HTML version will appear on the sourceforge site as on-line =
doco. The main reason for doing the conversion is to remove .rtfd files =
since these prevent moving the entire CVS repository over onto =
sourceforge (so people can access patches immediately).
The README web site (musickit.sourceforge.net) has now been updated so =
we don't have too many broken links, I should have a MacOS X Server V1.2 =
binary ready when I get access to a MOXS box again (I'm now on MOX =
full-time) although I suspect there isn't a great deal of demand =
Dr. Leigh Smith =
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