Switch SDL_Mixer to native MIDI or Timidity

Is there a way to select which MIDI backend (native or the internal
timidity) SDL_mixer will use?

I’ve tried every possible thing, including building SDL_mixer with:

–disable-music-cmd
–disable-music-midi
–disable-music-timidity-midi
–disable-music-native-midi
–enable-music-native-midi-gpl

and doing:

export SDL_NATIVE_MUSIC="EXT"
export SDL_NATIVE_MUSIC_EXT=“128”

but nothing works. How is this supposed to work? I’m out of things to
try :-/On 05/21/2010 03:15 PM, Nikos Chantziaras wrote:

Is there a way to select which MIDI backend (native or the internal
timidity) SDL_mixer will use?

Google tells me SDL_mixer examines a TIMIDITY_CFG environment variable
for a timidity configuration file. I’m not sure if that’s quite what
you want, I’ve never used the MIDI feature of SDL_mixer :(On Sun, May 23, 2010 at 10:12 AM, Nikos Chantziaras wrote:

On 05/21/2010 03:15 PM, Nikos Chantziaras wrote:

Is there a way to select which MIDI backend (native or the internal
timidity) SDL_mixer will use?

I’ve tried every possible thing, including building SDL_mixer with:

?–disable-music-cmd
?–disable-music-midi
?–disable-music-timidity-midi
?–disable-music-native-midi
?–enable-music-native-midi-gpl

and doing:

?export SDL_NATIVE_MUSIC=“EXT”
?export SDL_NATIVE_MUSIC_EXT=“128”

but nothing works. ?How is this supposed to work? ?I’m out of things to try
:-/


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