However, I have not followed the instructions at all ... :P I installed portmidi using Macports to get a universal dylib, like I do with all other non-standard libraries. CoreAudio and CoreMIDI are osx default frameworks so those should exist on end user systems and thus I have not added them to the Hatari binary either.
I have no MIDI equipment to test with myself. If there's a Mac user on the list who has, please try to above binary and let me know what happens.
(Since I didn't do this in a separate build environment my nightly builds will from tonight also get this functionality)
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Subject: [hatari-devel] MIDI support for Windows & OSX (with PortMidi)
Local Time: October 1, 2017 11:57 PM
UTC Time: October 1, 2017 9:57 PM
I got from Jari Kleimola code for adding portmidi library support for
Hatari, which means getting Hatari MIDI working also on OSX and Windows
in addition to Linux.
Attached is patch from him with few bug fixes & CMake stuff from me
(those were needed to make it work also on Linux, so that I could test it).
I would appreciate if somebody with a MIDI device or SW synthetizer
using Windows and/or OSX could test whether it makes MIDI work on their
Attached are also Jari"s instructions on getting portmidi building on
OSX (he didn"t use CMake for building, but XCode).
PS. Jari has also some questions about jitter he"s seeing in MIDI output: