On Mon, December 10, 2012 3:37 am, Louigi Verona wrote:
First it uses alsa midi through the alsaseq library.
Second it is written in python3.
Third it uses the Clutter "opengl" UI toolkit.
I'm not sure if jack keyboard supports 128 midi keys.
CMKeyboard is not intended to replace jack keyboard. It's about getting
some traction using Python3 and Clutter.
Clutter and Python are two under utilised options in LAD. Not sure why
Python is not so popular considering how many professional and highly
successful AV projects have been built with it but Clutter seems to have
been off the radar for a while. Maybe now that the new touch interfaces
are arriving in the market this year we will see a pick up in Clutter
projects for LAD applications.
> On Dec 9, 2012 7:28 PM, "Patrick Shirkey"
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