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MidiGurdy

The MidiGurdy is an electronic hurdy-gurdy. More information about the instrument can be found on http://midigurdy.com and the support forum at https://forum.midigurdy.com

The repositories in this organization contain all the source code, configuration and sounds used on the instrument. The code is split across multiple repositories:

This repository - midigurdy/midigurdy - does not contain any source code and is only used for documentation, wiki and issue tracker.

Reporting Bugs or Feature Requests

If you notice a bug in any of the different components, please use the issue tracker in this repository.

If you have a new feature you would like to propose, please use the forum at https://forum.midigurdy.com to discuss it with the other MidiGurdy users first.

Building from source

The MidiGurdy build-process uses buildroot to cross-compile all code for the ARM architecture. The following is a short introduction on how to compile it yourself or a recent Debian or Ubuntu system.

  1. Make sure you have all required packages installed:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends -y git wget file python cpio unzip rsync bc build-essential \
          ca-certificates device-tree-compiler libncurses5-dev cmake npm libcap-dev imagemagick

  1. Create a base-directory for all MidiGurdy related files:
mkdir ~/mgurdy
cd ~/mgurdy
  1. Check out the midigurdy/mg-build repository:
git clone https://github.com/midigurdy/mg-build.git
  1. Create and configure the build environment:
mg-build/scripts/create_build_environment.sh mg-build build
  1. Switch to build environment and start the build
cd build/output
make
  1. Sit back and wait for the build to finish... depending on your machine this will take between 30 minutes and a few hours.

  2. Create the firmware update image

~/mgurdy/mg-build/scripts/build_system_image.sh ~/mgurdy/build/output/images

You will end up with a midigurdy-X.X.X.swu update file which you can store onto a USB stick and use to update the instrument.

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