Jamoma implementation for Max.
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Here are the steps to clone and build JamomaMax :
(You need Cmake > 3.3 installed)
git clone --recursive https://github.com/jamoma/JamomaMax.git cd JamomaMax ./build.sh --multi
There are additional options to the
build.sh command, including :
--help List all available options and what they do. --multi Builds using all your cores. --universal Builds an universal binary for OS X. Warning: does not work well with brew; portmidi and gecode have to be built by hand --win64 Creates projects for 64-bits on Windows. --optimize Builds with optimizations enabled. More speed, but is not suitable for distribution on older computers or different processors. --clean Removes the build folder and the executables prior to building. --install Install into /usr/local/jamoma --package Create a ready-for-distribution package --uninstall Remove /usr/local/jamoma --nocmake Don't run CMake (speed up following build)
To use in Max7 from the repository, create a symbolic link from the Jamoma folder (in this folder) into /Users/yourName/Documents/Max 7/Packages
You can do this in the Terminal :
cd ~/Documents/Max\ 7/Packages ln -s /[replaceWithThePathTo]/JamomaMax/Jamoma
Now you can start Max 7 and the Max Console will print a message
Jamoma v1.0-beta.1 | build 8eb688d
You will find nighlty builds of this code here for both OS X and Windows (32 and 64bit).