KidBomba (1) [Avatar] Offline
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Just wondering, who is the author here and is he still posting?

I recently bought the book and I am a C, C++ programmer in linux. I dont mind windows (XP), so I'm giving this a shot. I also managed to find a copy of Visual Studio C++ 6 so I hope everything is going to be ok. (any tips suggestions?)

My goal is to create a program like MIDIspy in the tool kit but convert all that text information back to MIDI. smilie
Possible right ?smilie I hope so. Looking forward to it smilie
sgrace (3) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Re: Who is the author?
The author is no longer online here.

I'm also on Windows XP and just installed VC++ 6 a few weeks ago. The sample code runs fine on my machine; the only issue I've had is that I've had to include "MaxMidi.h" in places where it wasn't specified in the samples.

Good luck!

> Just wondering, who is the author here and is he
> still posting?
>
> I recently bought the book and I am a C, C++
> programmer in linux. I dont mind windows (XP), so I'm
> giving this a shot. I also managed to find a copy of
> Visual Studio C++ 6 so I hope everything is going to
> be ok. (any tips suggestions?)
>
> My goal is to create a program like MIDIspy in the
> tool kit but convert all that text information back
> to MIDI. smilie
> Possible right ?smilie I hope so. Looking forward to it smilie