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High-level PortMidi bindings for Rust.
PortMidi website: http://portmedia.sourceforge.net/portmidi/
Add this to your
[dependencies] portmidi = "^0.2"
You need to make sure you have the PortMidi library installed.
On Ubuntu / Debian:
apt-get install libportmidi-dev
pacman -S portmidi
On OSX (Homebrew):
brew install portmidi
On OSX, if you get a linker error
ld: library not found for -lportmidi, either,
make sure you have the Xcode Command Line Tools installed, not just Xcode, or
make sure you have the PortMidi library in your
$LIBRARY_PATH, e.g. for Homebrew:
Examples can be run by cloning the repository and running
cargo run --example <example name>.
play: demonstrates midi output by playing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (forever...)
monitor: demonstrate midi input
monitor-all: listens on all-input devices and uses threads and channels
cargo run --example play -- 1 --verbose
monitor need a device number supplied, run them without an argument to get a list of the connected devices, e.g.
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