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Nord Modular Editor on OS X using wine
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tinez



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Location: Poland, Katowice

PostPosted: Thu Aug 28, 2014 3:38 pm    Post subject: Nord Modular Editor on OS X using wine
Subject description: a lighter way to run NME
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Hi everyrone. Since this is my first post - a short introduction. I play bass, piano and have a lot of love for synths. Professionally i'm a software developer.

I'm also a very happy owner of G1 since about 3 months. I used to run NMEditor using wine on linux. If you're not familiar with wine you can check their website http://winehq.org. It's not a virtual machine and it's not emulation - it's rewriting of win$ libraries on different operating systems. That means when you run NME on wine, you run it like a native OS X app.

I was pretty angry to find out that running NME on wine on OS X didn't work. It turned out, there was no sysex message handlers implemented in wines coreaudio driver. Two evenings later i have a patch and successfully run NME on wine on OS X Wink I'm pretty sure that G2 editor will also work - I need some brave volunteers to check that Very Happy

Ok, here's what you gotta do to make things work:
1. install brew (http://brew.sh/), remember to run brew doctor and brew update afterwards
2. edit /usr/local/Library/Formula/wine.rb file in your favorite text editor (or you can just run "brew edit wine" in terminal)
3. find section that looks like this:
Code:
stable do
...
    resource 'mono' do:
    ...
    end
end

and append url to my patch like this:
Code:
stable do
...
    resource 'mono' do:
    ...
    end
    patch do
        url "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/tinez/patches/master/wine/winecoreaudio_sysex.patch"
        sha256 'a4a91359ecce2a3fbaf559c692f374e9c6bcdbec50b75c01868dd26f6214fa33'
    end
end

4. brew install wine
5. download win$ version of NMEditor
6. run it by typing "wine Nord Modular Editor File Name.exe" (i can't remember the exact filename... ;P)

If you don't trust me, you can take a look at the patch. Just go ahead and open it in your browser. If you want to try this solution out, but something doesn't work for you, write me a PM, i'll be glad to help. Finally - happy patch editing!
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