I'm working on some midi thing in python. I had a hard time finding a
decent library. In the past I used PySeq alot, but that's tricky to
install and seems un-maintained. So I settled for pygame, and it's going
1) In PySeq I created inports and outports that were visible for
instance in qjackctl. Is that possible in pygame (currently I just
connect to the right client from python)? Why would I prefer one over
way over the other?
2) If I unplug the connected client or press ctrl-c (my preferred way of
exiting my programs) I get:
PortMidi call failed...
PortMidi: `Bad pointer'
How can I exit a pygame program cleanly without getting errors?
3) One of the things I'd like to do I automatically connect to any
client that shows up while the program is running and *gracefully handle
it* if clients disappear while the program is running. I imagine the
first is a matter of scanning for clients every now and then, but right
now I get the error mentioned in 2) if I pull the plug on a device that
my program is connected to. Any ideas how to handle this?
Any feedback is greatly appreciated!
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