No installation needed. Use wxMidi source files as part of your application source code. wxMidi is just two source files and one header file. Copy them to your application source tree, and compile them with your code.
Obviously you will also require the portmidi library and you will have to modify your application makefile or project build file to link with this library.
In Linux, portmidi is normally already installed in your system. If not, install package portmidi. For instance, in Debian based systems open a terminal window and enter:
sudo apt-get install libportmidi-dev
In MS Windows the situation is just the contrary: unless another package has already installed portmidi, you have great chances to have to install it. For your convenience, I used to include in the wxMidi package the portmidi libraries I was using on my Windows machine, so that you could avoid having to download and build them. But nowadays I no longer develop for Windows. So the included library is the one I used in my old Windows XP machine. Sorry! You can download portmidi from http://portmedia.sourceforge.net
After downloading and unzipping you will find the following directories and content:
|build/msw||the old project files I used for compiling the sample application using MS VisualStudio .NET 2003|
|build/linux||makefiles and project files for compiling the sample application using Code::Blocks IDE in linux|
|build/msvc-e2010||the old project files I used for compiling the sample application using MS VisualC++ Express 2010|
|samples/midisound||source files the sample application|
|src||source and include files for wxMidi|
|portmidi||header files for portmidi and prebuild pormidi libraries for Windows XP|
|locale||.po and .mo files with current translations|
Last updated: 2015/01/09