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Right, so regarding portmidi the cause was that the universal build created by the Macports project does not support anything before macOS 10.9, and we want 10.6. I've thus compiled my own universal portmidi library from source with the needed support for older OS versions.
However, since I cannot test midi myself I need confirmation that the library I've built works at least as well as the old one, for those of you who can test both the released 2.1.0 and the .app from this mail.
Once I know it works, I will create a new .dmg. I have now verified that this .app works and displays Nicolas' great intro on my ancient 10.6 Mac Mini ...
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On February 9, 2018 4:06 PM, Troed Sångberg <troed@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>Unfortunately my quick turnaround for this build was a bit too quick and I got caught out on something I didn't expect in Apple's latest macOS version High Sierra. It creates .dmgs with its new filesystem (APFS) when creating from folder and no way to set it to the more compatible HFS in the UI ...
> I've thus remade the .dmg in HFS instead: https://troed.ddns.net/f/81be748deefa4f32b272/
> However, when I went and tested this on my old 10.6 Mac Mini just now I see that the newly included portmidi library has dependencies that are unmet on such an old non-updated version of macOS. I'm sure I can fix that too but might not have time to do it immediately.
> In any case the updated .dmg above should replace the one that's there, it's much more compatible even if there's still some work to do for ancient versions.
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> On February 8, 2018 11:34 AM, Nicolas Pomarède npomarede@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
>>Sources are available, as well as prebuilt binaries for Windows (in 32
>> bit and 64 bit mode) and macOS (thanks to Troed).