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Development Corner / Re: GIT mirror and SVN repository cleanup
« Last post by manx on Yesterday at 22:27:21 »
GIT mirror is up and running with automated updates at https://github.com/OpenMPT/openmpt.

Warning: This repository may still get its history rewritten without any further notice while we are setting up the mirroring infrastructure. Be sure to rebase often in case you clone or fork it.

Building from git is also not yet supported (in particular, at least, the version number will be inaccurate).
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Updated statistics as of 2017-02-21:

Windows versions:

      Windows 98    0 %   #
      Windows ME    0 %   

     Windows NT4    0 %   

    Windows 2000    0 %   #
      Windows XP    3 %   #####
  Windows XP x64    0 %   #

   Windows Vista    1 %   ##
       Windows 7   30 %   ##############################################
       Windows 8    1 %   ##
     Windows 8.1    7 %   ###########

      Windows 10   55 %   ##################################################################################

            Wine    3 %   ######

Wine versions broken down:

    wine-unknown    2 %   ####

      wine-1.0.0    0 %   #

      wine-1.4.0    0 %   #

      wine-1.6.1    2 %   ###
      wine-1.6.2   34 %   ####################################################

      wine-1.7.0    0 %   #
     wine-1.7.37    1 %   ##
     wine-1.7.39    0 %   #
     wine-1.7.46    0 %   #
     wine-1.7.49    0 %   #
     wine-1.7.52    0 %   #
     wine-1.7.55    1 %   ##
      wine-1.8.0    4 %   #######
      wine-1.8.1    0 %   #
      wine-1.8.3    1 %   ##
      wine-1.8.4    2 %   ####
      wine-1.8.5    4 %   #######
      wine-1.8.6    4 %   ######

      wine-1.9.0    0 %   #
     wine-1.9.11    0 %   #
     wine-1.9.16    1 %   ##
     wine-1.9.17    0 %   #
     wine-1.9.18    2 %   ####
     wine-1.9.19    0 %   #
     wine-1.9.20    2 %   ###
     wine-1.9.21    2 %   ####
     wine-1.9.22    1 %   ##
     wine-1.9.23    5 %   #########
     wine-1.9.24    4 %   #######
     wine-2.0-rc    0 %   #
    wine-2.0-rc4    0 %   #
        wine-2.0    0 %   #
      wine-2.0.0   19 %   #############################

      wine-2.1.0    3 %   #####

The numbers are rounded half up, and the bars are rounded up (thus even a single user will always display a tiny bar).
Statistics account for systems we have seen over the last 3 month period.
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It's worth mentioning that most relevant Linux desktop distributions ship with Wine 1.6 these days, and the Wine project also offers their own, always up-to-date repository for many distributions.
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Testing on an ancient Ubuntu 12.04 system with Wine 1.4 revealed that binaries compiled with Visual Studio 2015 actually do not work on Wine 1.4. Thus, contrary to the original plan, OpenMPT 1.27 will also remove support for Wine 1.4 and Wine 1.5.
The original post has been modified accordingly.
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Help and Questions / Re: Passing midi messages from one vst to another
« Last post by Exhale on February 20, 2017, 19:20:47 »
Epic, thank you on behalf of anyone else who will be using it too, amazing response.
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Help and Questions / Re: Passing midi messages from one vst to another
« Last post by Saga Musix on February 20, 2017, 18:10:26 »
r7663 (soon available from https://buildbot.openmpt.org/) fixes the problem with randomid by ignoring VST MIDI event size, no longer trusting the size claimed by the plugin.
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Help and Questions / Re: Passing midi messages from one vst to another
« Last post by Exhale on February 20, 2017, 16:13:20 »
The plugin in question sends malformed MIDI messages back to the host. They could probably be fixed, I'll look into it.
Awesome, I thought there was something going on ^_^ much appreciated
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Help and Questions / Re: Passing midi messages from one vst to another
« Last post by Saga Musix on February 20, 2017, 16:03:27 »
The plugin in question sends malformed MIDI messages back to the host. They could probably be fixed, I'll look into it.
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Help and Questions / Re: Passing midi messages from one vst to another
« Last post by Exhale on February 20, 2017, 15:46:48 »
Sending MIDI from one plugin to another works the same way as sending audio, you set the target plugin in the "output to" field. If that doesn't work, the source plugin doesn't send out MIDI messages.

ok thanks, I am going to try other arpegiators and see if those work - ok bluearp works the way I expected it to... obviously randomid just doesnt send midi :P damn and it tells me it is too.
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Help and Questions / Re: Passing midi messages from one vst to another
« Last post by Saga Musix on February 20, 2017, 15:44:07 »
Sending MIDI from one plugin to another works the same way as sending audio, you set the target plugin in the "output to" field. If that doesn't work, the source plugin doesn't send out MIDI messages.
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