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PortMidi revision 217 available as downloads

Revision 217 includes fixes for 64-bit architectures, updates for the latest Xcode, and a bug fix for PortTime on Linux. The new set of downloads includes: source for all platforms, precompiled PmDefaults (for selecting default input and output devices) for Mac and for Windows.

Posted by Roger B. Dannenberg 2010-10-08

download 184 available

Download 184 (named for the svn revision number) is available. This is very similar to 180 but uses portmidi rather than portmidi_d for dynamic library names. There are also a few tweaks to the CMake files and I eliminated the need for win32_stdint.h, which was accidentally omitted from 180.

Posted by Roger B. Dannenberg 2009-10-19

portmidi uses CMake

A new set of portmidi downloads is available at SVN version 180. Win32, Mac, and Linux sources are all in portmidi-src-180.zip. Pre-build pmdefaults applications for win32 and OS X are available in separate download files. CMake is now used to generate Makefiles and project files for Xcode and Visual C++.

Posted by Roger B. Dannenberg 2009-10-14

download available

Starting now, recent release versions of PortMidi will be made available in the download section as a zip file of the entire project. This includes sources, Makefiles, etc. for all platforms (but no binaries since PortMidi is mainly a library).

Posted by Roger B. Dannenberg 2008-06-14

Recent Progress

We've modified PortMidi to use only the multi-processor safe NEW_BUFFER code, so now all conditional compilation using NEW_BUFFER should be gone. Still need to compile/test on Linux.

Posted by Roger B. Dannenberg 2008-06-14