Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of python-rtmidi


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Timestamp:
07/22/2012 03:38:00 AM (8 years ago)
Author:
carndt
Comment:

Fix some typos

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  • python-rtmidi

    v4 v5  
    2222RtMidi_ is a set of C++ classes which provides a concise and simple, 
    2323cross-platform API (Application Programming Interface) for realtime MIDI 
    24 input/output across Linux (ALSA & JACK), Macintosh OS X (CoreMidi & JACK), 
     24input/output across Linux (ALSA & JACK), Macintosh OS X (CoreMIDI & JACK), 
    2525and Windows (Multimedia Library & Kernel Streaming) operating systems. 
    2626 
     
    3737    bugs, and that its API is not yet finalised. What is there should work 
    3838    but is currently only tested thoroughly under Linux ALSA/JACK and less 
    39     regularly under OS X (CoreMIDI/JACK) and Windows (WinMM). Support for 
     39    regularly under OS X (CoreMIDI/JACK) and Windows (WinMM). Support for the 
    4040    Windows Kernel Streaming API does not work yet due to compilation problems. 
    4141 
     
    8484 
    8585An installer with a pre-compiled version for Windows with Windows MultiMedia 
    86 API support is available through PyPI fro some Python versions. Download it 
     86API support is available through PyPI for some Python versions. Download it 
    8787from python-rtmidi's `PyPI page`_ and start the installer by double-clicking. 
    8888 
     
    119119commands, e.g.:: 
    120120 
    121     $ wget http://chrisarndt.de/projects/python-rtmidi/download/python-rtmidi-0.2a.tar.gz 
    122     $ tar xzf python-rtmidi-0.2a.tar.gz 
    123     $ cd python-rtmidi-0.2a 
     121    $ wget http://chrisarndt.de/projects/python-rtmidi/download/python-rtmidi-0.3a.tar.gz 
     122    $ tar xzf python-rtmidi-0.3a.tar.gz 
     123    $ cd python-rtmidi-0.3a 
    124124    $ python setup.py install 
    125125 
     
    195195 
    196196On Windows you'll need Visual Studio 2008 Express. Visual Studio 2010 (Express) 
    197 or later editions will not work with current official Python distributons. 
    198 After you have installed the Visual Studio, you probably need to edit the 
     197or later editions will not work with current official Python distributions. 
     198After you have installed Visual Studio, you probably need to edit the 
    199199``WINLIB_DIR`` and ``WININC_DIR`` variables at the top of the ``setup.py`` file 
    200200to point to the location of ``WinMM.lib`` and the Microsoft SDK headers. 
    201201 
    202202Compiling ``python-rtmidi`` with Windows Kernel Streaming support currently 
    203 does not work due to syntax errors in ``RtMidi.cpp``. This is currentyl being 
     203does not work due to syntax errors in ``RtMidi.cpp``. This is currently being 
    204204investigated. You can exclude Windows Kernel Streaming Support by providing 
    205205the ``--no-winks`` option to the ``setup.py`` invocation.