I am looking for an experienced programmer to help me improve upon an open source project for my own personal use, however, many others could find this useful in the future. The project can be found here...
You can also find the source code at the above link. Here is some more info regarding the build:
Hairless Midiserial Bridge release 0.4 was built with Qt 4.7.3. It's also been built and run under Qt 4.7.4. Newer Qt versions 4.8 or 5.0 will probably require code changes in order to compile and/or run.
The Qt package should contain all dependencies, the graphical IDE "Qt Creator" or the program "qmake" can be used to compile the project hairless-midiserial.pro.
The libraries (RtMidi & qextserialport) used by Hairless Bridge are included directly in this source tree to be compiled in.
On Windows I recommend building with theMingGW compiler, Visual Studio has not been tested. Neither the MinGW site nor Qt's new owners Digia still distribute older MinGW builds, and MinGW 4.7 is too new for precompiled Qt 4.7.x, so it can be a bit hard to find a prebuilt combination that work. Recently I downloaded mingw-static-4.4.5-all.7z from this (https://code.google.com/p/qp-gcc/downloads/list)
Google Code project, and can confirm that works.
Basically what I would like to do is simply add 3 more serial connection menus in one instance. Right now, as you can see on the site, is the ability to select One serial connection to MIDI In & Midi Out.
I would like to have 4 serial connection drop down menus with each its own Midi In and Out.
Thanks in advance. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help!!