[Squeakland] OLPC eToys!
gaelli at emergent.de
Tue Sep 19 19:32:39 UTC 2006
On Sep 19, 2006, at 9:07 PM, José Luis Redrejo wrote:
> Hi Yoshiki, what are you doing with the midi support? are you using a
> plugin to reproduce midi or using the Squeak synthesis?
> If you've developed a midi plugin it would be also very useful for
> Scratch that lacks midi reproduction in linux..
Good question! I also liked to know the exact requirements for midi
and soft synthesis of sounds for squeak on the 2b1.
As far as I understood midi is not in the focus of the October
release, but Ian is working on an ALSA plugin which should in theory
give one hardware based midi. But I don't know much about the details
Andreas mentioned in a previous mail that csound would be included
with the 2Be1 and that it would be nice to have an interface for it.
Cesare Marilungo and me got some first beeps from csound triggered by
squeak via osc.
As soon as time allows (for me it would be middle of November) I
would love to continue working on this interface with Cesare.
> 2006/9/18, Yoshiki Ohshima <yoshiki at squeakland.org>:
>> > Nice work, Yoshiki ! This is based on Squeak 3.8 ou 3.9 ?
>> > Maybe some of your optimisations, enhancements could be port to the
>> > Squeak core version ?
>> This is based on Squeakland 05, or the one also known as Squeakland
>> 3.8-05. (Which is based on Squeak 3.8-6665).
>> Most of the optimizations we are doing may not be really
>> relevant on
>> more than decent computers, and many UI design decisions are based on
>> the particular screen, but sure, some stuff makes sense to be
>> One thing, though, that we haven't checked well the
>> compatibility of
>> existing projects. There would be good reasons not to merge some
>> other changes. (Again, we haven't checked thoroughly, yet)
>> -- Yoshiki
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