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[alpine-aports] [PATCH] testing/portmidi: new aport

From: Taner Tas <taner76_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2018 16:33:34 +0000

http://portmedia.sourceforge.net/
PortMidi is a platform independent library for MIDI input/output.
---
 testing/portmidi/00_cmake.patch            |   33 +
 testing/portmidi/01_pmlinux.patch          |   17 +
 testing/portmidi/02_pmlinuxalsa.patch      |   33 +
 testing/portmidi/03_pm_test_Makefile.patch |   39 ++
 testing/portmidi/11-pmlinuxalsa.patch      |   70 ++
 testing/portmidi/13-disablejni.patch       |   86 +++
 testing/portmidi/20-movetest.patch         | 1001 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 testing/portmidi/21-hardentests.patch      |   93 +++
 testing/portmidi/30-porttime_cmake.patch   |   32 +
 testing/portmidi/40-test_sysex.patch       |   19 +
 testing/portmidi/41-pm_linux.patch         |   77 +++
 testing/portmidi/50-change_assert.patch    |   41 ++
 testing/portmidi/51-remove_assert.patch    |   13 +
 testing/portmidi/APKBUILD                  |   63 ++
 14 files changed, 1617 insertions(+)
 create mode 100644 testing/portmidi/00_cmake.patch
 create mode 100644 testing/portmidi/01_pmlinux.patch
 create mode 100644 testing/portmidi/02_pmlinuxalsa.patch
 create mode 100644 testing/portmidi/03_pm_test_Makefile.patch
 create mode 100644 testing/portmidi/11-pmlinuxalsa.patch
 create mode 100644 testing/portmidi/13-disablejni.patch
 create mode 100644 testing/portmidi/20-movetest.patch
 create mode 100644 testing/portmidi/21-hardentests.patch
 create mode 100644 testing/portmidi/30-porttime_cmake.patch
 create mode 100644 testing/portmidi/40-test_sysex.patch
 create mode 100644 testing/portmidi/41-pm_linux.patch
 create mode 100644 testing/portmidi/50-change_assert.patch
 create mode 100644 testing/portmidi/51-remove_assert.patch
 create mode 100644 testing/portmidi/APKBUILD
diff --git a/testing/portmidi/00_cmake.patch b/testing/portmidi/00_cmake.patch
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..af8062c0e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/portmidi/00_cmake.patch
_at_@ -0,0 +1,33 @@
+--- a/pm_dylib/CMakeLists.txt
++++ b/pm_dylib/CMakeLists.txt
+_at_@ -115,13 +115,14 @@
+ 
+ add_library(portmidi-dynamic SHARED ${LIBSRC})
+ set_target_properties(portmidi-dynamic PROPERTIES OUTPUT_NAME "portmidi")
++set_target_properties(portmidi-dynamic PROPERTIES VERSION "0.0.0" SOVERSION "0")
+ target_link_libraries(portmidi-dynamic ${PM_NEEDED_LIBS})
+ 
+ # install the libraries (Linux and Mac OS X command line)
+ if(UNIX)
+   INSTALL(TARGETS portmidi-dynamic
+-    LIBRARY DESTINATION /usr/local/lib
+-    ARCHIVE DESTINATION /usr/local/lib)
++    LIBRARY DESTINATION ${CMAKE_INSTALL_LIBDIR}
++    ARCHIVE DESTINATION ${CMAKE_INSTALL_LIBDIR})
+   INSTALL(FILES ../pm_common/portmidi.h ../porttime/porttime.h
+-    DESTINATION /usr/local/include)
++    DESTINATION include)
+ endif(UNIX)
+diff --git a/CMakeLists.txt b/CMakeLists.txt
+index 4919b78..4067a5a 100644
+--- a/CMakeLists.txt
++++ b/CMakeLists.txt
+_at_@ -4,6 +4,8 @@
+ 
+ cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 2.6)
+ 
++include(GNUInstallDirs)
++
+ if(UNIX)
+   # allow user to set Release or Debug
+   set(CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE Release CACHE STRING 
diff --git a/testing/portmidi/01_pmlinux.patch b/testing/portmidi/01_pmlinux.patch
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..e37be1af9
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/portmidi/01_pmlinux.patch
_at_@ -0,0 +1,17 @@
+Index: portmidi-200/pm_linux/pmlinux.c
+===================================================================
+--- portmidi-200.orig/pm_linux/pmlinux.c	2010-02-14 17:35:40.000000000 -0500
++++ portmidi-200/pm_linux/pmlinux.c	2010-02-14 17:36:17.000000000 -0500
+_at_@ -34,10 +34,10 @@
+      * devices.
+      */
+     #ifdef PMALSA
+-	pm_linuxalsa_init();
++	return pm_linuxalsa_init();
+     #endif
+     #ifdef PMNULL
+-        pm_linuxnull_init();
++        return pm_linuxnull_init();
+     #endif
+     // this is set when we return to Pm_Initialize, but we need it
+     // now in order to (successfully) call Pm_CountDevices()
diff --git a/testing/portmidi/02_pmlinuxalsa.patch b/testing/portmidi/02_pmlinuxalsa.patch
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..246447518
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/portmidi/02_pmlinuxalsa.patch
_at_@ -0,0 +1,33 @@
+--- portmidi~/pm_linux/pmlinuxalsa.c	2009-09-16 05:41:04.000000000 +0200
++++ portmidi/pm_linux/pmlinuxalsa.c	2009-09-16 05:45:29.000000000 +0200
+_at_@ -242,8 +242,8 @@
+     alsa_descriptor_type desc = (alsa_descriptor_type) midi->descriptor;
+     if (!desc) return pmBadPtr;
+ 
+-    if (pm_hosterror = snd_seq_disconnect_to(seq, desc->this_port, 
+-                                             desc->client, desc->port)) {
++    if ((pm_hosterror = snd_seq_disconnect_to(seq, desc->this_port, 
++                                             desc->client, desc->port))) {
+         // if there's an error, try to delete the port anyway, but don't
+         // change the pm_hosterror value so we retain the first error
+         snd_seq_delete_port(seq, desc->this_port);
+_at_@ -332,8 +332,8 @@
+ {
+     alsa_descriptor_type desc = (alsa_descriptor_type) midi->descriptor;
+     if (!desc) return pmBadPtr;
+-    if (pm_hosterror = snd_seq_disconnect_from(seq, desc->this_port, 
+-                                               desc->client, desc->port)) {
++    if ((pm_hosterror = snd_seq_disconnect_from(seq, desc->this_port, 
++                                               desc->client, desc->port))) {
+         snd_seq_delete_port(seq, desc->this_port); /* try to close port */
+     } else {
+         pm_hosterror = snd_seq_delete_port(seq, desc->this_port);
+_at_@ -606,7 +606,7 @@
+     case SND_SEQ_EVENT_SYSEX: {
+         const BYTE *ptr = (const BYTE *) ev->data.ext.ptr;
+         /* assume there is one sysex byte to process */
+-        pm_read_bytes(midi, ptr, ev->data.ext.len, timestamp);
++        pm_read_bytes(midi, (unsigned char*)ptr, ev->data.ext.len, timestamp);
+         break;
+     }
+     }
diff --git a/testing/portmidi/03_pm_test_Makefile.patch b/testing/portmidi/03_pm_test_Makefile.patch
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..b1a2c380b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/portmidi/03_pm_test_Makefile.patch
_at_@ -0,0 +1,39 @@
+--- portmidi-20041117.orig/pm_test/debian/Makefile
++++ portmidi-20041117/pm_test/debian/Makefile
+_at_@ -0,0 +1,36 @@
++# For debugging, define PM_CHECK_ERRORS
++PMFLAGS = -DPM_CHECK_ERRORS
++# Use this for linux alsa (0.9x) version
++ALSALIB = -lasound
++pmlib = -lportmidi
++ptlib = -lporttime
++VFLAGS = -DPMALSA
++
++CC = gcc $(CFLAGS) $(VFLAGS) $(PMFLAGS) -g
++
++all: simple_test sysex midithread latency midithru mm
++
++simple_test: simple_test.o
++	$(CC) simple_test.c -o simple_test $(pmlib) $(ptlib) $(ALSALIB)
++
++sysex: sysex.o
++	$(CC) sysex.c -o sysex $(pmlib) $(ptlib) $(ALSALIB)
++
++midithread: midithread.o
++	$(CC) midithread.c -o midithread \
++		$(pmlib) $(ptlib) $(ALSALIB)
++
++latency: latency.o
++	$(CC) latency.c -o latency $(pmlib) $(ptlib) \
++		$(ALSALIB) -lpthread -lm
++
++midithru: midithru.o
++	$(CC) midithru.c -o midithru $(pmlib) $(ptlib) \
++		$(ALSALIB) -lpthread -lm
++
++mm: mm.o
++	$(CC) mm.c -o mm $(pmlib) $(ptlib) \
++		$(ALSALIB) -lpthread -lm
++
++clean:
++	rm -f *.o mm midithru latency midithread sysex simple_test
diff --git a/testing/portmidi/11-pmlinuxalsa.patch b/testing/portmidi/11-pmlinuxalsa.patch
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..eb98a79df
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/portmidi/11-pmlinuxalsa.patch
_at_@ -0,0 +1,70 @@
+Subject: Prevent SIGSEGV on handling events for already closed devices.
+Bug: http://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/portmedia/ticket/3
+Bug-Debian: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=695842
+Bug-Ubuntu: https://launchpad.net/bugs/1073484
+Applied-Upstream: yes
+---
+ pm_linux/pmlinuxalsa.c |   10 ++++++++++
+ 1 file changed, 10 insertions(+)
+
+--- portmidi-200.orig/pm_linux/pmlinuxalsa.c
++++ portmidi-200/pm_linux/pmlinuxalsa.c
+_at_@ -193,6 +193,7 @@ static PmError alsa_write_byte(PmInterna
+     snd_seq_event_t ev;
+     int err;
+ 
++    if (!desc) return pmBadPtr;
+     snd_seq_ev_clear(&ev);
+     if (snd_midi_event_encode_byte(desc->parser, byte, &ev) == 1) {
+         snd_seq_ev_set_dest(&ev, desc->client, desc->port);
+_at_@ -339,6 +340,7 @@ static PmError alsa_in_close(PmInternal
+         pm_hosterror = snd_seq_delete_port(seq, desc->this_port);
+     }
+     alsa_unuse_queue();
++    midi->descriptor = NULL;
+     pm_free(desc);
+     if (pm_hosterror) {
+         get_alsa_error_text(pm_hosterror_text, PM_HOST_ERROR_MSG_LEN, 
+_at_@ -433,6 +435,7 @@ static PmError alsa_write(PmInternal *mi
+ static PmError alsa_write_flush(PmInternal *midi, PmTimestamp timestamp)
+ {
+     alsa_descriptor_type desc = (alsa_descriptor_type) midi->descriptor;
++    if (!desc) return pmBadPtr;
+     VERBOSE printf("snd_seq_drain_output: 0x%x\n", (unsigned int) seq);
+     desc->error = snd_seq_drain_output(seq);
+     if (desc->error < 0) return pmHostError;
+_at_@ -448,6 +451,7 @@ static PmError alsa_write_short(PmIntern
+     PmMessage msg = event->message;
+     int i;
+     alsa_descriptor_type desc = (alsa_descriptor_type) midi->descriptor;
++    if (!desc) return pmBadPtr;
+     for (i = 0; i < bytes; i++) {
+         unsigned char byte = msg;
+         VERBOSE printf("sending 0x%x\n", byte);
+_at_@ -481,6 +485,10 @@ static void handle_event(snd_seq_event_t
+ {
+     int device_id = ev->dest.port;
+     PmInternal *midi = descriptors[device_id].internalDescriptor;
++    /* The device we received events for might have been closed before we
++       processed them. */
++    if (!midi)
++        return;
+     PmEvent pm_ev;
+     PmTimeProcPtr time_proc = midi->time_proc;
+     PmTimestamp timestamp;
+_at_@ -650,6 +658,7 @@ static PmError alsa_poll(PmInternal *mid
+ static unsigned int alsa_has_host_error(PmInternal *midi)
+ {
+     alsa_descriptor_type desc = (alsa_descriptor_type) midi->descriptor;
++    if (!desc) return 0;
+     return desc->error;
+ }
+ 
+_at_@ -657,6 +666,7 @@ static unsigned int alsa_has_host_error(
+ static void alsa_get_host_error(PmInternal *midi, char *msg, unsigned int len)
+ {
+     alsa_descriptor_type desc = (alsa_descriptor_type) midi->descriptor;
++    if (!desc) return;
+     int err = (pm_hosterror || desc->error);
+     get_alsa_error_text(msg, len, err);
+ }
diff --git a/testing/portmidi/13-disablejni.patch b/testing/portmidi/13-disablejni.patch
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..cddabe14e
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/portmidi/13-disablejni.patch
_at_@ -0,0 +1,86 @@
+diff --git a/pm_java/CMakeLists.txt b/pm_java/CMakeLists.txt
+index a350620..b491bbd 100644
+--- a/pm_java/CMakeLists.txt
++++ b/pm_java/CMakeLists.txt
+_at_@ -1,6 +1,7 @@
+ # pm_java
+ 
+ if(UNIX)
++else (UNIX)
+   if(APPLE)
+     # java not dealt with in CMake -- see pm_mac/pm_mac.xcodeproj
+   else(APPLE)
+diff --git a/pm_common/CMakeLists.txt b/pm_common/CMakeLists.txt
+index e171047..68ac212 100644
+--- a/pm_common/CMakeLists.txt
++++ b/pm_common/CMakeLists.txt
+_at_@ -66,19 +66,19 @@ if(UNIX)
+     set(JAVA_INCLUDE_PATHS ${JAVAVM_LIB}/Headers)
+     message(STATUS "SYSROOT: " ${CMAKE_OSX_SYSROOT})
+   else(APPLE)
+-    # LINUX settings...
+-    include(FindJNI)
+-    message(STATUS "JAVA_JVM_LIB_PATH is " ${JAVA_JVM_LIB_PATH})
+-    message(STATUS "JAVA_INCLUDE_PATH is " ${JAVA_INCLUDE_PATH})
+-    message(STATUS "JAVA_INCLUDE_PATH2 is " ${JAVA_INCLUDE_PATH2})
+-    message(STATUS "JAVA_JVM_LIBRARY is " ${JAVA_JVM_LIBRARY})
+-    set(JAVA_INCLUDE_PATHS ${JAVA_INCLUDE_PATH} ${JAVA_INCLUDE_PATH2})
+-    # libjvm.so is found relative to JAVA_INCLUDE_PATH:
+-    set(JAVAVM_LIB ${JAVA_JVM_LIBRARY}/libjvm.so)
++#    # LINUX settings...
++#    include(FindJNI)
++#    message(STATUS "JAVA_JVM_LIB_PATH is " ${JAVA_JVM_LIB_PATH})
++#    message(STATUS "JAVA_INCLUDE_PATH is " ${JAVA_INCLUDE_PATH})
++#    message(STATUS "JAVA_INCLUDE_PATH2 is " ${JAVA_INCLUDE_PATH2})
++#    message(STATUS "JAVA_JVM_LIBRARY is " ${JAVA_JVM_LIBRARY})
++#    set(JAVA_INCLUDE_PATHS ${JAVA_INCLUDE_PATH} ${JAVA_INCLUDE_PATH2})
++#    # libjvm.so is found relative to JAVA_INCLUDE_PATH:
++#    set(JAVAVM_LIB ${JAVA_JVM_LIBRARY}/libjvm.so)
+
+     set(LINUXSRC pmlinuxalsa pmlinux finddefault)
+     prepend_path(LIBSRC ../pm_linux/ ${LINUXSRC})
+-    list(APPEND LIBSRC ../porttime/ptlinux)
++    #list(APPEND LIBSRC ../porttime/ptlinux)
+
+     set(PM_NEEDED_LIBS pthread asound)
+   endif(APPLE)
+_at_@ -104,24 +104,24 @@ set(JNI_EXTRA_LIBS ${PM_NEEDED_LIBS} ${JAVA_JVM_LIBRARY})
+ # this completes the list of library sources by adding shared code
+ list(APPEND LIBSRC pmutil portmidi)
+
+-# now add the shared files to make the complete list of library sources
+-add_library(portmidi-static ${LIBSRC})
+-set_target_properties(portmidi-static PROPERTIES OUTPUT_NAME "portmidi_s")
++## now add the shared files to make the complete list of library sources
++add_library(portmidi-static STATIC ${LIBSRC})
++set_target_properties(portmidi-static PROPERTIES OUTPUT_NAME "portmidi")
+ target_link_libraries(portmidi-static ${PM_NEEDED_LIBS})
+-
+-# define the jni library
+-include_directories(${JAVA_INCLUDE_PATHS})
+-
+-set(JNISRC ${LIBSRC} ../pm_java/pmjni/pmjni.c)
+-add_library(pmjni SHARED ${JNISRC})
+-target_link_libraries(pmjni ${JNI_EXTRA_LIBS})
+-set_target_properties(pmjni PROPERTIES EXECUTABLE_EXTENSION "jnilib")
+-
++#
++## define the jni library
++#include_directories(${JAVA_INCLUDE_PATHS})
++#
++#set(JNISRC ${LIBSRC} ../pm_java/pmjni/pmjni.c)
++#add_library(pmjni SHARED ${JNISRC})
++#target_link_libraries(pmjni ${JNI_EXTRA_LIBS})
++#set_target_properties(pmjni PROPERTIES EXECUTABLE_EXTENSION "jnilib")
++#
+ # install the libraries (Linux and Mac OS X command line)
+ if(UNIX)
+-  INSTALL(TARGETS portmidi-static pmjni
+-    LIBRARY DESTINATION /usr/local/lib
+-    ARCHIVE DESTINATION /usr/local/lib)
++  INSTALL(TARGETS portmidi-static
++    LIBRARY DESTINATION ${CMAKE_INSTALL_LIBDIR}
++    ARCHIVE DESTINATION ${CMAKE_INSTALL_LIBDIR})
+ # .h files installed by pm_dylib/CMakeLists.txt, so don't need them here
+ #  INSTALL(FILES portmidi.h ../porttime/porttime.h
+ #    DESTINATION /usr/local/include)
diff --git a/testing/portmidi/20-movetest.patch b/testing/portmidi/20-movetest.patch
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..69d65b261
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/portmidi/20-movetest.patch
_at_@ -0,0 +1,1001 @@
+--- a/pm_test/CMakeLists.txt
++++ b/pm_test/CMakeLists.txt
+_at_@ -12,11 +12,11 @@
+ 
+ macro(make_a_test name)
+   add_executable(${name} ${name}.c)
+-  target_link_libraries(${name} portmidi-static ${PM_NEEDED_LIBS})
+-  add_dependencies(${name} portmidi-static)
++  target_link_libraries(${name} portmidi-dynamic ${PM_NEEDED_LIBS})
++  add_dependencies(${name} portmidi-dynamic)
+ endmacro(make_a_test)
+ 
+-make_a_test(test)
++make_a_test(simple_test)
+ make_a_test(midithread)
+ make_a_test(midithru)
+ make_a_test(sysex)
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/pm_test/simple_test.c
+_at_@ -0,0 +1,489 @@
++#include "portmidi.h"
++#include "porttime.h"
++#include "stdlib.h"
++#include "stdio.h"
++#include "string.h"
++#include "assert.h"
++
++#define INPUT_BUFFER_SIZE 100
++#define OUTPUT_BUFFER_SIZE 0
++#define DRIVER_INFO NULL
++#define TIME_PROC ((int32_t (*)(void *)) Pt_Time)
++#define TIME_INFO NULL
++#define TIME_START Pt_Start(1, 0, 0) /* timer started w/millisecond accuracy */
++
++#define STRING_MAX 80 /* used for console input */
++
++int32_t latency = 0;
++
++/* crash the program to test whether midi ports are closed */
++/**/
++void doSomethingReallyStupid() {
++	int * tmp = NULL;
++	*tmp = 5;
++}
++
++
++/* exit the program without any explicit cleanup */
++/**/
++void doSomethingStupid() {
++	assert(0);
++}
++
++
++/* read a number from console */
++/**/
++int get_number(char *prompt)
++{
++    char line[STRING_MAX];
++    int n = 0, i;
++    printf("%s\n", prompt);
++    while (n != 1) {
++        n = scanf("%d", &i);
++        fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
++
++    }
++    return i;
++}
++
++
++/*
++ * the somethingStupid parameter can be set to simulate a program crash.
++ * We want PortMidi to close Midi ports automatically in the event of a
++ * crash because Windows does not (and this may cause an OS crash)
++ */
++void main_test_input(unsigned int somethingStupid) {
++    PmStream * midi;
++    PmError status, length;
++    PmEvent buffer[1];
++    int num = 10;
++    int i = get_number("Type input number: ");
++    /* It is recommended to start timer before Midi; otherwise, PortMidi may
++       start the timer with its (default) parameters
++     */
++    TIME_START;
++
++    /* open input device */
++    Pm_OpenInput(&midi, 
++                 i,
++                 DRIVER_INFO, 
++                 INPUT_BUFFER_SIZE, 
++                 TIME_PROC, 
++                 TIME_INFO);
++
++    printf("Midi Input opened. Reading %d Midi messages...\n", num);
++    Pm_SetFilter(midi, PM_FILT_ACTIVE | PM_FILT_CLOCK | PM_FILT_SYSEX);
++    /* empty the buffer after setting filter, just in case anything
++       got through */
++    while (Pm_Poll(midi)) {
++        Pm_Read(midi, buffer, 1);
++    }
++    /* now start paying attention to messages */
++    i = 0; /* count messages as they arrive */
++    while (i < num) {
++        status = Pm_Poll(midi);
++        if (status == TRUE) {
++            length = Pm_Read(midi,buffer, 1);
++            if (length > 0) {
++                printf("Got message %d: time %ld, %2lx %2lx %2lx\n",
++                       i,
++                       (long) buffer[0].timestamp,
++                       (long) Pm_MessageStatus(buffer[0].message),
++                       (long) Pm_MessageData1(buffer[0].message),
++                       (long) Pm_MessageData2(buffer[0].message));
++                i++;
++            } else {
++                assert(0);
++            }
++        }
++        /* simulate crash if somethingStupid is 1 or 2 */
++        if ((i > (num/2)) && (somethingStupid == 1)) {
++            doSomethingStupid();
++        } else if ((i > (num/2)) && (somethingStupid == 2)) {
++            doSomethingReallyStupid();
++        }
++    }
++
++    /* close device (this not explicitly needed in most implementations) */
++    printf("ready to close...");
++
++    Pm_Close(midi);
++    printf("done closing...");
++}
++
++
++
++void main_test_output() {
++    PmStream * midi;
++	char line[80];
++    int32_t off_time;
++    int chord[] = { 60, 67, 76, 83, 90 };
++    #define chord_size 5 
++    PmEvent buffer[chord_size];
++    PmTimestamp timestamp;
++
++    /* determine which output device to use */
++    int i = get_number("Type output number: ");
++
++    /* It is recommended to start timer before PortMidi */
++    TIME_START;
++
++    /* open output device -- since PortMidi avoids opening a timer
++       when latency is zero, we will pass in a NULL timer pointer
++       for that case. If PortMidi tries to access the time_proc,
++       we will crash, so this test will tell us something. */
++    Pm_OpenOutput(&midi, 
++                  i, 
++                  DRIVER_INFO,
++                  OUTPUT_BUFFER_SIZE, 
++                  (latency == 0 ? NULL : TIME_PROC),
++                  (latency == 0 ? NULL : TIME_INFO), 
++                  latency);
++    printf("Midi Output opened with %ld ms latency.\n", (long) latency);
++
++    /* output note on/off w/latency offset; hold until user prompts */
++    printf("ready to send program 1 change... (type RETURN):");
++    fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
++    /* if we were writing midi for immediate output, we could always use
++       timestamps of zero, but since we may be writing with latency, we
++       will explicitly set the timestamp to "now" by getting the time.
++       The source of timestamps should always correspond to the TIME_PROC
++       and TIME_INFO parameters used in Pm_OpenOutput(). */
++    buffer[0].timestamp = TIME_PROC(TIME_INFO);
++    /* Send a program change to increase the chances we will hear notes */
++    /* Program 0 is usually a piano, but you can change it here: */
++#define PROGRAM 0
++    buffer[0].message = Pm_Message(0xC0, PROGRAM, 0);
++    Pm_Write(midi, buffer, 1);
++
++    printf("ready to note-on... (type RETURN):");
++    fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
++    buffer[0].timestamp = TIME_PROC(TIME_INFO);
++    buffer[0].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 60, 100);
++    Pm_Write(midi, buffer, 1);
++    printf("ready to note-off... (type RETURN):");
++    fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
++    buffer[0].timestamp = TIME_PROC(TIME_INFO);
++    buffer[0].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 60, 0);
++    Pm_Write(midi, buffer, 1);
++
++    /* output short note on/off w/latency offset; hold until user prompts */
++    printf("ready to note-on (short form)... (type RETURN):");
++    fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
++    Pm_WriteShort(midi, TIME_PROC(TIME_INFO),
++                  Pm_Message(0x90, 60, 100));
++    printf("ready to note-off (short form)... (type RETURN):");
++    fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
++    Pm_WriteShort(midi, TIME_PROC(TIME_INFO),
++                  Pm_Message(0x90, 60, 0));
++
++    /* output several note on/offs to test timing. 
++       Should be 1s between notes */
++    printf("chord will arpeggiate if latency > 0\n");
++    printf("ready to chord-on/chord-off... (type RETURN):");
++    fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
++    timestamp = TIME_PROC(TIME_INFO);
++    for (i = 0; i < chord_size; i++) {
++        buffer[i].timestamp = timestamp + 1000 * i;
++        buffer[i].message = Pm_Message(0x90, chord[i], 100);
++    }
++    Pm_Write(midi, buffer, chord_size);
++
++    off_time = timestamp + 1000 + chord_size * 1000; 
++    while (TIME_PROC(TIME_INFO) < off_time) 
++		/* busy wait */;
++    for (i = 0; i < chord_size; i++) {
++        buffer[i].timestamp = timestamp + 1000 * i;
++        buffer[i].message = Pm_Message(0x90, chord[i], 0);
++    }
++    Pm_Write(midi, buffer, chord_size);    
++
++    /* close device (this not explicitly needed in most implementations) */
++    printf("ready to close and terminate... (type RETURN):");
++    fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
++	
++    Pm_Close(midi);
++    Pm_Terminate();
++    printf("done closing and terminating...\n");
++}
++
++
++void main_test_both()
++{
++    int i = 0;
++    int in, out;
++    PmStream * midi, * midiOut;
++    PmEvent buffer[1];
++    PmError status, length;
++    int num = 10;
++    
++    in = get_number("Type input number: ");
++    out = get_number("Type output number: ");
++
++    /* In is recommended to start timer before PortMidi */
++    TIME_START;
++
++    Pm_OpenOutput(&midiOut, 
++                  out, 
++                  DRIVER_INFO,
++                  OUTPUT_BUFFER_SIZE, 
++                  TIME_PROC,
++                  TIME_INFO, 
++                  latency);
++    printf("Midi Output opened with %ld ms latency.\n", (long) latency);
++    /* open input device */
++    Pm_OpenInput(&midi, 
++                 in,
++                 DRIVER_INFO, 
++                 INPUT_BUFFER_SIZE, 
++                 TIME_PROC, 
++                 TIME_INFO);
++    printf("Midi Input opened. Reading %d Midi messages...\n",num);
++    Pm_SetFilter(midi, PM_FILT_ACTIVE | PM_FILT_CLOCK);
++    /* empty the buffer after setting filter, just in case anything
++       got through */
++    while (Pm_Poll(midi)) {
++        Pm_Read(midi, buffer, 1);
++    }
++    i = 0;
++    while (i < num) {
++        status = Pm_Poll(midi);
++        if (status == TRUE) {
++            length = Pm_Read(midi,buffer,1);
++            if (length > 0) {
++                Pm_Write(midiOut, buffer, 1);
++                printf("Got message %d: time %ld, %2lx %2lx %2lx\n",
++                       i,
++                       (long) buffer[0].timestamp,
++                       (long) Pm_MessageStatus(buffer[0].message),
++                       (long) Pm_MessageData1(buffer[0].message),
++                       (long) Pm_MessageData2(buffer[0].message));
++                i++;
++            } else {
++                assert(0);
++            }
++        }
++    }
++
++    /* close midi devices */
++    Pm_Close(midi);
++    Pm_Close(midiOut);
++    Pm_Terminate(); 
++}
++
++
++/* main_test_stream exercises windows winmm API's stream mode */
++/*    The winmm stream mode is used for latency>0, and sends
++   timestamped messages. The timestamps are relative (delta) 
++   times, whereas PortMidi times are absolute. Since peculiar
++   things happen when messages are not always sent in advance,
++   this function allows us to exercise the system and test it.
++ */
++void main_test_stream() {
++    PmStream * midi;
++	char line[80];
++    PmEvent buffer[16];
++
++	/* determine which output device to use */
++    int i = get_number("Type output number: ");
++
++	latency = 500; /* ignore LATENCY for this test and
++				      fix the latency at 500ms */
++
++    /* It is recommended to start timer before PortMidi */
++    TIME_START;
++
++	/* open output device */
++    Pm_OpenOutput(&midi, 
++                  i, 
++                  DRIVER_INFO,
++                  OUTPUT_BUFFER_SIZE, 
++                  TIME_PROC,
++                  TIME_INFO, 
++                  latency);
++    printf("Midi Output opened with %ld ms latency.\n", (long) latency);
++
++    /* output note on/off w/latency offset; hold until user prompts */
++    printf("ready to send output... (type RETURN):");
++    fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
++
++    /* if we were writing midi for immediate output, we could always use
++       timestamps of zero, but since we may be writing with latency, we
++       will explicitly set the timestamp to "now" by getting the time.
++       The source of timestamps should always correspond to the TIME_PROC
++       and TIME_INFO parameters used in Pm_OpenOutput(). */
++    buffer[0].timestamp = TIME_PROC(TIME_INFO);
++    buffer[0].message = Pm_Message(0xC0, 0, 0);
++	buffer[1].timestamp = buffer[0].timestamp;
++	buffer[1].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 60, 100);
++	buffer[2].timestamp = buffer[0].timestamp + 1000;
++	buffer[2].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 62, 100);
++	buffer[3].timestamp = buffer[0].timestamp + 2000;
++	buffer[3].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 64, 100);
++	buffer[4].timestamp = buffer[0].timestamp + 3000;
++	buffer[4].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 66, 100);
++	buffer[5].timestamp = buffer[0].timestamp + 4000;
++	buffer[5].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 60, 0);
++	buffer[6].timestamp = buffer[0].timestamp + 4000;
++	buffer[6].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 62, 0);
++	buffer[7].timestamp = buffer[0].timestamp + 4000;
++	buffer[7].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 64, 0);
++	buffer[8].timestamp = buffer[0].timestamp + 4000;
++	buffer[8].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 66, 0);
++
++    Pm_Write(midi, buffer, 9);
++#ifdef SEND8
++	/* Now, we're ready for the real test.
++	   Play 4 notes at now, now+500, now+1000, and now+1500
++	   Then wait until now+2000.
++	   Play 4 more notes as before.
++	   We should hear 8 evenly spaced notes. */
++	now = TIME_PROC(TIME_INFO);
++	for (i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
++		buffer[i * 2].timestamp = now + (i * 500);
++		buffer[i * 2].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 60, 100);
++		buffer[i * 2 + 1].timestamp = now + 250 + (i * 500);
++		buffer[i * 2 + 1].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 60, 0);
++	}
++    Pm_Write(midi, buffer, 8);
++
++    while (Pt_Time() < now + 2500) 
++		/* busy wait */;
++	/* now we are 500 ms behind schedule, but since the latency
++	   is 500, the delay should not be audible */
++	now += 2000;
++	for (i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
++		buffer[i * 2].timestamp = now + (i * 500);
++		buffer[i * 2].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 60, 100);
++		buffer[i * 2 + 1].timestamp = now + 250 + (i * 500);
++		buffer[i * 2 + 1].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 60, 0);
++	}
++    Pm_Write(midi, buffer, 8);
++#endif
++    /* close device (this not explicitly needed in most implementations) */
++    printf("ready to close and terminate... (type RETURN):");
++    fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
++	
++    Pm_Close(midi);
++    Pm_Terminate();
++    printf("done closing and terminating...\n");
++}
++
++
++void show_usage()
++{
++    printf("Usage: test [-h] [-l latency-in-ms]\n");
++    exit(0);
++}
++
++int main(int argc, char *argv[])
++{
++    int default_in;
++    int default_out;
++    int i = 0, n = 0;
++    char line[STRING_MAX];
++    int test_input = 0, test_output = 0, test_both = 0, somethingStupid = 0;
++    int stream_test = 0;
++    int latency_valid = FALSE;
++    
++    if (sizeof(void *) == 8) 
++        printf("Apparently this is a 64-bit machine.\n");
++    else if (sizeof(void *) == 4) 
++        printf ("Apparently this is a 32-bit machine.\n");
++    
++    for (i = 1; i < argc; i++) {
++        if (strcmp(argv[i], "-h") == 0) {
++            show_usage();
++        } else if (strcmp(argv[i], "-l") == 0 && (i + 1 < argc)) {
++            i = i + 1;
++            latency = atoi(argv[i]);
++            printf("Latency will be %ld\n", (long) latency);
++            latency_valid = TRUE;
++        } else {
++            show_usage();
++        }
++    }
++
++    while (!latency_valid) {
++        int lat; // declared int to match "%d"
++        printf("Latency in ms: ");
++        if (scanf("%d", &lat) == 1) {
++            latency = (int32_t) lat; // coerce from "%d" to known size
++	    latency_valid = TRUE;
++        }
++    }
++
++    /* determine what type of test to run */
++    printf("begin portMidi test...\n");
++    printf("%s%s%s%s%s",
++           "enter your choice...\n    1: test input\n",
++           "    2: test input (fail w/assert)\n",
++           "    3: test input (fail w/NULL assign)\n",
++           "    4: test output\n    5: test both\n",
++           "    6: stream test\n");
++    while (n != 1) {
++        n = scanf("%d", &i);
++        fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
++        switch(i) {
++        case 1: 
++            test_input = 1;
++            break;
++        case 2: 
++            test_input = 1;
++            somethingStupid = 1;
++            break;
++        case 3: 
++            test_input = 1;
++            somethingStupid = 2;
++            break;
++        case 4: 
++            test_output = 1;
++            break;
++        case 5:
++            test_both = 1;
++            break;
++		case 6:
++			stream_test = 1;
++			break;
++        default:
++            printf("got %d (invalid input)\n", n);
++            break;
++        }
++    }
++    
++    /* list device information */
++    default_in = Pm_GetDefaultInputDeviceID();
++    default_out = Pm_GetDefaultOutputDeviceID();
++    for (i = 0; i < Pm_CountDevices(); i++) {
++        char *deflt;
++        const PmDeviceInfo *info = Pm_GetDeviceInfo(i);
++        if (((test_input  | test_both) & info->input) |
++            ((test_output | test_both | stream_test) & info->output)) {
++            printf("%d: %s, %s", i, info->interf, info->name);
++            if (info->input) {
++                deflt = (i == default_in ? "default " : "");
++                printf(" (%sinput)", deflt);
++            }
++            if (info->output) {
++                deflt = (i == default_out ? "default " : "");
++                printf(" (%soutput)", deflt);
++            }
++            printf("\n");
++        }
++    }
++    
++    /* run test */
++    if (stream_test) {
++        main_test_stream();
++    } else if (test_input) {
++        main_test_input(somethingStupid);
++    } else if (test_output) {
++        main_test_output();
++    } else if (test_both) {
++        main_test_both();
++    }
++    
++    printf("finished portMidi test...type ENTER to quit...");
++    fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
++    return 0;
++}
+--- a/pm_test/test.c
++++ /dev/null
+_at_@ -1,489 +0,0 @@
+-#include "portmidi.h"
+-#include "porttime.h"
+-#include "stdlib.h"
+-#include "stdio.h"
+-#include "string.h"
+-#include "assert.h"
+-
+-#define INPUT_BUFFER_SIZE 100
+-#define OUTPUT_BUFFER_SIZE 0
+-#define DRIVER_INFO NULL
+-#define TIME_PROC ((int32_t (*)(void *)) Pt_Time)
+-#define TIME_INFO NULL
+-#define TIME_START Pt_Start(1, 0, 0) /* timer started w/millisecond accuracy */
+-
+-#define STRING_MAX 80 /* used for console input */
+-
+-int32_t latency = 0;
+-
+-/* crash the program to test whether midi ports are closed */
+-/**/
+-void doSomethingReallyStupid() {
+-	int * tmp = NULL;
+-	*tmp = 5;
+-}
+-
+-
+-/* exit the program without any explicit cleanup */
+-/**/
+-void doSomethingStupid() {
+-	assert(0);
+-}
+-
+-
+-/* read a number from console */
+-/**/
+-int get_number(char *prompt)
+-{
+-    char line[STRING_MAX];
+-    int n = 0, i;
+-    printf(prompt);
+-    while (n != 1) {
+-        n = scanf("%d", &i);
+-        fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
+-
+-    }
+-    return i;
+-}
+-
+-
+-/*
+- * the somethingStupid parameter can be set to simulate a program crash.
+- * We want PortMidi to close Midi ports automatically in the event of a
+- * crash because Windows does not (and this may cause an OS crash)
+- */
+-void main_test_input(unsigned int somethingStupid) {
+-    PmStream * midi;
+-    PmError status, length;
+-    PmEvent buffer[1];
+-    int num = 10;
+-    int i = get_number("Type input number: ");
+-    /* It is recommended to start timer before Midi; otherwise, PortMidi may
+-       start the timer with its (default) parameters
+-     */
+-    TIME_START;
+-
+-    /* open input device */
+-    Pm_OpenInput(&midi, 
+-                 i,
+-                 DRIVER_INFO, 
+-                 INPUT_BUFFER_SIZE, 
+-                 TIME_PROC, 
+-                 TIME_INFO);
+-
+-    printf("Midi Input opened. Reading %d Midi messages...\n", num);
+-    Pm_SetFilter(midi, PM_FILT_ACTIVE | PM_FILT_CLOCK | PM_FILT_SYSEX);
+-    /* empty the buffer after setting filter, just in case anything
+-       got through */
+-    while (Pm_Poll(midi)) {
+-        Pm_Read(midi, buffer, 1);
+-    }
+-    /* now start paying attention to messages */
+-    i = 0; /* count messages as they arrive */
+-    while (i < num) {
+-        status = Pm_Poll(midi);
+-        if (status == TRUE) {
+-            length = Pm_Read(midi,buffer, 1);
+-            if (length > 0) {
+-                printf("Got message %d: time %ld, %2lx %2lx %2lx\n",
+-                       i,
+-                       (long) buffer[0].timestamp,
+-                       (long) Pm_MessageStatus(buffer[0].message),
+-                       (long) Pm_MessageData1(buffer[0].message),
+-                       (long) Pm_MessageData2(buffer[0].message));
+-                i++;
+-            } else {
+-                assert(0);
+-            }
+-        }
+-        /* simulate crash if somethingStupid is 1 or 2 */
+-        if ((i > (num/2)) && (somethingStupid == 1)) {
+-            doSomethingStupid();
+-        } else if ((i > (num/2)) && (somethingStupid == 2)) {
+-            doSomethingReallyStupid();
+-        }
+-    }
+-
+-    /* close device (this not explicitly needed in most implementations) */
+-    printf("ready to close...");
+-
+-    Pm_Close(midi);
+-    printf("done closing...");
+-}
+-
+-
+-
+-void main_test_output() {
+-    PmStream * midi;
+-	char line[80];
+-    int32_t off_time;
+-    int chord[] = { 60, 67, 76, 83, 90 };
+-    #define chord_size 5 
+-    PmEvent buffer[chord_size];
+-    PmTimestamp timestamp;
+-
+-    /* determine which output device to use */
+-    int i = get_number("Type output number: ");
+-
+-    /* It is recommended to start timer before PortMidi */
+-    TIME_START;
+-
+-    /* open output device -- since PortMidi avoids opening a timer
+-       when latency is zero, we will pass in a NULL timer pointer
+-       for that case. If PortMidi tries to access the time_proc,
+-       we will crash, so this test will tell us something. */
+-    Pm_OpenOutput(&midi, 
+-                  i, 
+-                  DRIVER_INFO,
+-                  OUTPUT_BUFFER_SIZE, 
+-                  (latency == 0 ? NULL : TIME_PROC),
+-                  (latency == 0 ? NULL : TIME_INFO), 
+-                  latency);
+-    printf("Midi Output opened with %ld ms latency.\n", (long) latency);
+-
+-    /* output note on/off w/latency offset; hold until user prompts */
+-    printf("ready to send program 1 change... (type RETURN):");
+-    fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
+-    /* if we were writing midi for immediate output, we could always use
+-       timestamps of zero, but since we may be writing with latency, we
+-       will explicitly set the timestamp to "now" by getting the time.
+-       The source of timestamps should always correspond to the TIME_PROC
+-       and TIME_INFO parameters used in Pm_OpenOutput(). */
+-    buffer[0].timestamp = TIME_PROC(TIME_INFO);
+-    /* Send a program change to increase the chances we will hear notes */
+-    /* Program 0 is usually a piano, but you can change it here: */
+-#define PROGRAM 0
+-    buffer[0].message = Pm_Message(0xC0, PROGRAM, 0);
+-    Pm_Write(midi, buffer, 1);
+-
+-    printf("ready to note-on... (type RETURN):");
+-    fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
+-    buffer[0].timestamp = TIME_PROC(TIME_INFO);
+-    buffer[0].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 60, 100);
+-    Pm_Write(midi, buffer, 1);
+-    printf("ready to note-off... (type RETURN):");
+-    fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
+-    buffer[0].timestamp = TIME_PROC(TIME_INFO);
+-    buffer[0].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 60, 0);
+-    Pm_Write(midi, buffer, 1);
+-
+-    /* output short note on/off w/latency offset; hold until user prompts */
+-    printf("ready to note-on (short form)... (type RETURN):");
+-    fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
+-    Pm_WriteShort(midi, TIME_PROC(TIME_INFO),
+-                  Pm_Message(0x90, 60, 100));
+-    printf("ready to note-off (short form)... (type RETURN):");
+-    fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
+-    Pm_WriteShort(midi, TIME_PROC(TIME_INFO),
+-                  Pm_Message(0x90, 60, 0));
+-
+-    /* output several note on/offs to test timing. 
+-       Should be 1s between notes */
+-    printf("chord will arpeggiate if latency > 0\n");
+-    printf("ready to chord-on/chord-off... (type RETURN):");
+-    fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
+-    timestamp = TIME_PROC(TIME_INFO);
+-    for (i = 0; i < chord_size; i++) {
+-        buffer[i].timestamp = timestamp + 1000 * i;
+-        buffer[i].message = Pm_Message(0x90, chord[i], 100);
+-    }
+-    Pm_Write(midi, buffer, chord_size);
+-
+-    off_time = timestamp + 1000 + chord_size * 1000; 
+-    while (TIME_PROC(TIME_INFO) < off_time) 
+-		/* busy wait */;
+-    for (i = 0; i < chord_size; i++) {
+-        buffer[i].timestamp = timestamp + 1000 * i;
+-        buffer[i].message = Pm_Message(0x90, chord[i], 0);
+-    }
+-    Pm_Write(midi, buffer, chord_size);    
+-
+-    /* close device (this not explicitly needed in most implementations) */
+-    printf("ready to close and terminate... (type RETURN):");
+-    fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
+-	
+-    Pm_Close(midi);
+-    Pm_Terminate();
+-    printf("done closing and terminating...\n");
+-}
+-
+-
+-void main_test_both()
+-{
+-    int i = 0;
+-    int in, out;
+-    PmStream * midi, * midiOut;
+-    PmEvent buffer[1];
+-    PmError status, length;
+-    int num = 10;
+-    
+-    in = get_number("Type input number: ");
+-    out = get_number("Type output number: ");
+-
+-    /* In is recommended to start timer before PortMidi */
+-    TIME_START;
+-
+-    Pm_OpenOutput(&midiOut, 
+-                  out, 
+-                  DRIVER_INFO,
+-                  OUTPUT_BUFFER_SIZE, 
+-                  TIME_PROC,
+-                  TIME_INFO, 
+-                  latency);
+-    printf("Midi Output opened with %ld ms latency.\n", (long) latency);
+-    /* open input device */
+-    Pm_OpenInput(&midi, 
+-                 in,
+-                 DRIVER_INFO, 
+-                 INPUT_BUFFER_SIZE, 
+-                 TIME_PROC, 
+-                 TIME_INFO);
+-    printf("Midi Input opened. Reading %d Midi messages...\n",num);
+-    Pm_SetFilter(midi, PM_FILT_ACTIVE | PM_FILT_CLOCK);
+-    /* empty the buffer after setting filter, just in case anything
+-       got through */
+-    while (Pm_Poll(midi)) {
+-        Pm_Read(midi, buffer, 1);
+-    }
+-    i = 0;
+-    while (i < num) {
+-        status = Pm_Poll(midi);
+-        if (status == TRUE) {
+-            length = Pm_Read(midi,buffer,1);
+-            if (length > 0) {
+-                Pm_Write(midiOut, buffer, 1);
+-                printf("Got message %d: time %ld, %2lx %2lx %2lx\n",
+-                       i,
+-                       (long) buffer[0].timestamp,
+-                       (long) Pm_MessageStatus(buffer[0].message),
+-                       (long) Pm_MessageData1(buffer[0].message),
+-                       (long) Pm_MessageData2(buffer[0].message));
+-                i++;
+-            } else {
+-                assert(0);
+-            }
+-        }
+-    }
+-
+-    /* close midi devices */
+-    Pm_Close(midi);
+-    Pm_Close(midiOut);
+-    Pm_Terminate(); 
+-}
+-
+-
+-/* main_test_stream exercises windows winmm API's stream mode */
+-/*    The winmm stream mode is used for latency>0, and sends
+-   timestamped messages. The timestamps are relative (delta) 
+-   times, whereas PortMidi times are absolute. Since peculiar
+-   things happen when messages are not always sent in advance,
+-   this function allows us to exercise the system and test it.
+- */
+-void main_test_stream() {
+-    PmStream * midi;
+-	char line[80];
+-    PmEvent buffer[16];
+-
+-	/* determine which output device to use */
+-    int i = get_number("Type output number: ");
+-
+-	latency = 500; /* ignore LATENCY for this test and
+-				      fix the latency at 500ms */
+-
+-    /* It is recommended to start timer before PortMidi */
+-    TIME_START;
+-
+-	/* open output device */
+-    Pm_OpenOutput(&midi, 
+-                  i, 
+-                  DRIVER_INFO,
+-                  OUTPUT_BUFFER_SIZE, 
+-                  TIME_PROC,
+-                  TIME_INFO, 
+-                  latency);
+-    printf("Midi Output opened with %ld ms latency.\n", (long) latency);
+-
+-    /* output note on/off w/latency offset; hold until user prompts */
+-    printf("ready to send output... (type RETURN):");
+-    fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
+-
+-    /* if we were writing midi for immediate output, we could always use
+-       timestamps of zero, but since we may be writing with latency, we
+-       will explicitly set the timestamp to "now" by getting the time.
+-       The source of timestamps should always correspond to the TIME_PROC
+-       and TIME_INFO parameters used in Pm_OpenOutput(). */
+-    buffer[0].timestamp = TIME_PROC(TIME_INFO);
+-    buffer[0].message = Pm_Message(0xC0, 0, 0);
+-	buffer[1].timestamp = buffer[0].timestamp;
+-	buffer[1].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 60, 100);
+-	buffer[2].timestamp = buffer[0].timestamp + 1000;
+-	buffer[2].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 62, 100);
+-	buffer[3].timestamp = buffer[0].timestamp + 2000;
+-	buffer[3].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 64, 100);
+-	buffer[4].timestamp = buffer[0].timestamp + 3000;
+-	buffer[4].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 66, 100);
+-	buffer[5].timestamp = buffer[0].timestamp + 4000;
+-	buffer[5].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 60, 0);
+-	buffer[6].timestamp = buffer[0].timestamp + 4000;
+-	buffer[6].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 62, 0);
+-	buffer[7].timestamp = buffer[0].timestamp + 4000;
+-	buffer[7].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 64, 0);
+-	buffer[8].timestamp = buffer[0].timestamp + 4000;
+-	buffer[8].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 66, 0);
+-
+-    Pm_Write(midi, buffer, 9);
+-#ifdef SEND8
+-	/* Now, we're ready for the real test.
+-	   Play 4 notes at now, now+500, now+1000, and now+1500
+-	   Then wait until now+2000.
+-	   Play 4 more notes as before.
+-	   We should hear 8 evenly spaced notes. */
+-	now = TIME_PROC(TIME_INFO);
+-	for (i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
+-		buffer[i * 2].timestamp = now + (i * 500);
+-		buffer[i * 2].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 60, 100);
+-		buffer[i * 2 + 1].timestamp = now + 250 + (i * 500);
+-		buffer[i * 2 + 1].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 60, 0);
+-	}
+-    Pm_Write(midi, buffer, 8);
+-
+-    while (Pt_Time() < now + 2500) 
+-		/* busy wait */;
+-	/* now we are 500 ms behind schedule, but since the latency
+-	   is 500, the delay should not be audible */
+-	now += 2000;
+-	for (i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
+-		buffer[i * 2].timestamp = now + (i * 500);
+-		buffer[i * 2].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 60, 100);
+-		buffer[i * 2 + 1].timestamp = now + 250 + (i * 500);
+-		buffer[i * 2 + 1].message = Pm_Message(0x90, 60, 0);
+-	}
+-    Pm_Write(midi, buffer, 8);
+-#endif
+-    /* close device (this not explicitly needed in most implementations) */
+-    printf("ready to close and terminate... (type RETURN):");
+-    fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
+-	
+-    Pm_Close(midi);
+-    Pm_Terminate();
+-    printf("done closing and terminating...\n");
+-}
+-
+-
+-void show_usage()
+-{
+-    printf("Usage: test [-h] [-l latency-in-ms]\n");
+-    exit(0);
+-}
+-
+-int main(int argc, char *argv[])
+-{
+-    int default_in;
+-    int default_out;
+-    int i = 0, n = 0;
+-    char line[STRING_MAX];
+-    int test_input = 0, test_output = 0, test_both = 0, somethingStupid = 0;
+-    int stream_test = 0;
+-    int latency_valid = FALSE;
+-    
+-    if (sizeof(void *) == 8) 
+-        printf("Apparently this is a 64-bit machine.\n");
+-    else if (sizeof(void *) == 4) 
+-        printf ("Apparently this is a 32-bit machine.\n");
+-    
+-    for (i = 1; i < argc; i++) {
+-        if (strcmp(argv[i], "-h") == 0) {
+-            show_usage();
+-        } else if (strcmp(argv[i], "-l") == 0 && (i + 1 < argc)) {
+-            i = i + 1;
+-            latency = atoi(argv[i]);
+-            printf("Latency will be %ld\n", (long) latency);
+-            latency_valid = TRUE;
+-        } else {
+-            show_usage();
+-        }
+-    }
+-
+-    while (!latency_valid) {
+-        int lat; // declared int to match "%d"
+-        printf("Latency in ms: ");
+-        if (scanf("%d", &lat) == 1) {
+-            latency = (int32_t) lat; // coerce from "%d" to known size
+-	    latency_valid = TRUE;
+-        }
+-    }
+-
+-    /* determine what type of test to run */
+-    printf("begin portMidi test...\n");
+-    printf("%s%s%s%s%s",
+-           "enter your choice...\n    1: test input\n",
+-           "    2: test input (fail w/assert)\n",
+-           "    3: test input (fail w/NULL assign)\n",
+-           "    4: test output\n    5: test both\n",
+-           "    6: stream test\n");
+-    while (n != 1) {
+-        n = scanf("%d", &i);
+-        fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
+-        switch(i) {
+-        case 1: 
+-            test_input = 1;
+-            break;
+-        case 2: 
+-            test_input = 1;
+-            somethingStupid = 1;
+-            break;
+-        case 3: 
+-            test_input = 1;
+-            somethingStupid = 2;
+-            break;
+-        case 4: 
+-            test_output = 1;
+-            break;
+-        case 5:
+-            test_both = 1;
+-            break;
+-		case 6:
+-			stream_test = 1;
+-			break;
+-        default:
+-            printf("got %d (invalid input)\n", n);
+-            break;
+-        }
+-    }
+-    
+-    /* list device information */
+-    default_in = Pm_GetDefaultInputDeviceID();
+-    default_out = Pm_GetDefaultOutputDeviceID();
+-    for (i = 0; i < Pm_CountDevices(); i++) {
+-        char *deflt;
+-        const PmDeviceInfo *info = Pm_GetDeviceInfo(i);
+-        if (((test_input  | test_both) & info->input) |
+-            ((test_output | test_both | stream_test) & info->output)) {
+-            printf("%d: %s, %s", i, info->interf, info->name);
+-            if (info->input) {
+-                deflt = (i == default_in ? "default " : "");
+-                printf(" (%sinput)", deflt);
+-            }
+-            if (info->output) {
+-                deflt = (i == default_out ? "default " : "");
+-                printf(" (%soutput)", deflt);
+-            }
+-            printf("\n");
+-        }
+-    }
+-    
+-    /* run test */
+-    if (stream_test) {
+-        main_test_stream();
+-    } else if (test_input) {
+-        main_test_input(somethingStupid);
+-    } else if (test_output) {
+-        main_test_output();
+-    } else if (test_both) {
+-        main_test_both();
+-    }
+-    
+-    printf("finished portMidi test...type ENTER to quit...");
+-    fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
+-    return 0;
+-}
diff --git a/testing/portmidi/21-hardentests.patch b/testing/portmidi/21-hardentests.patch
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..9097003fd
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/portmidi/21-hardentests.patch
_at_@ -0,0 +1,93 @@
+diff --git a/pm_test/latency.c b/pm_test/latency.c
+old mode 100755
+new mode 100644
+index bfcdc0c..87f6a5e
+--- a/pm_test/latency.c
++++ b/pm_test/latency.c
+_at_@ -280,7 +280,7 @@ int get_number(char *prompt)
+ {
+     char line[STRING_MAX];
+     int n = 0, i;
+-    printf(prompt);
++    printf("%s\n", prompt);
+     while (n != 1) {
+         n = scanf("%d", &i);
+         fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
+diff --git a/pm_test/mm.c b/pm_test/mm.c
+old mode 100755
+new mode 100644
+index 0f2a52e..3f04a30
+--- a/pm_test/mm.c
++++ b/pm_test/mm.c
+_at_@ -119,7 +119,7 @@ int get_number(char *prompt)
+ {
+     char line[STRING_MAX];
+     int n = 0, i;
+-    printf(prompt);
++    printf("%s", prompt);
+     while (n != 1) {
+         n = scanf("%d", &i);
+         fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
+_at_@ -136,7 +136,7 @@ void receive_poll(PtTimestamp timestamp, void *userData)
+     if (!active) return;
+     while ((count = Pm_Read(midi_in, &event, 1))) {
+         if (count == 1) output(event.message);
+-        else            printf(Pm_GetErrorText(count));
++        else            printf("%s", Pm_GetErrorText(count));
+     }
+ }
+ 
+_at_@ -168,7 +168,7 @@ int main(int argc, char **argv)
+     inp = get_number("Type input device number: ");
+     err = Pm_OpenInput(&midi_in, inp, NULL, 512, NULL, NULL);
+     if (err) {
+-        printf(Pm_GetErrorText(err));
++        printf("%s", Pm_GetErrorText(err));
+         Pt_Stop();
+         mmexit(1);
+     }
+_at_@ -484,7 +484,7 @@ private int put_pitch(int p)
+         "gs", "a", "bf", "b"    };
+     /* note octave correction below */
+     sprintf(result, "%s%d", ptos[p % 12], (p / 12) - 1);
+-    printf(result);
++    printf("%s\n", result);
+     return strlen(result);
+ }
+ 
+diff --git a/pm_test/midiclock.c b/pm_test/midiclock.c
+index 60fcf7a..def511a 100644
+--- a/pm_test/midiclock.c
++++ b/pm_test/midiclock.c
+_at_@ -167,7 +167,7 @@ int get_number(char *prompt)
+ {
+     char line[STRING_MAX];
+     int n = 0, i;
+-    printf(prompt);
++    printf("%s", prompt);
+     while (n != 1) {
+         n = scanf("%d", &i);
+         fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
+_at_@ -256,7 +256,7 @@ int main(int argc, char **argv)
+     err = Pm_OpenOutput(&midi, outp, DRIVER_INFO, OUTPUT_BUFFER_SIZE, 
+                         TIME_PROC, TIME_INFO, LATENCY);
+     if (err) {
+-        printf(Pm_GetErrorText(err));
++        printf("%s", Pm_GetErrorText(err));
+         goto error_exit_no_device;
+     }
+     active = true;
+diff --git a/pm_test/sysex.c b/pm_test/sysex.c
+index 7bbcf0e..812d979 100755
+--- a/pm_test/sysex.c
++++ b/pm_test/sysex.c
+_at_@ -39,7 +39,7 @@ int get_number(char *prompt)
+ {
+     char line[STRING_MAX];
+     int n = 0, i;
+-    printf(prompt);
++    printf("%s", prompt);
+     while (n != 1) {
+         n = scanf("%d", &i);
+         fgets(line, STRING_MAX, stdin);
+
diff --git a/testing/portmidi/30-porttime_cmake.patch b/testing/portmidi/30-porttime_cmake.patch
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..f03e33fca
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/portmidi/30-porttime_cmake.patch
_at_@ -0,0 +1,32 @@
+diff --git a/porttime/CMakeLists.txt b/porttime/CMakeLists.txt
+new file mode 100644
+index 0000000..7c4da89
+--- /dev/null
++++ b/porttime/CMakeLists.txt
+_at_@ -0,0 +1,13 @@
++if(UNIX)
++  list(APPEND LIBSRC ptlinux)
++  set(PM_NEEDED_LIBS pthread asound)
++  add_library(porttime SHARED ${LIBSRC})
++  set_target_properties(porttime PROPERTIES VERSION "0.0.0" SOVERSION "0")
++  target_link_libraries(porttime ${PM_NEEDED_LIBS})
++  add_library(porttime-static ${LIBSRC})
++  set_target_properties(porttime-static PROPERTIES OUTPUT_NAME "porttime")
++  target_link_libraries(porttime-static ${PM_NEEDED_LIBS})
++  INSTALL(TARGETS porttime porttime-static
++    LIBRARY DESTINATION "${CMAKE_INSTALL_LIBDIR}"
++    ARCHIVE DESTINATION "${CMAKE_INSTALL_LIBDIR}")
++endif(UNIX)
+diff --git a/CMakeLists.txt b/CMakeLists.txt
+index 4919b78..08301a0 100644
+--- a/CMakeLists.txt
++++ b/CMakeLists.txt
+_at_@ -74,6 +74,8 @@
+ 
+ add_subdirectory(pm_dylib)
+ 
++add_subdirectory(porttime)
++
+ # Cannot figure out how to make an xcode Java application with CMake
+ add_subdirectory(pm_java)
+ 
diff --git a/testing/portmidi/40-test_sysex.patch b/testing/portmidi/40-test_sysex.patch
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..66ca01d1f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/portmidi/40-test_sysex.patch
_at_@ -0,0 +1,19 @@
+--- a/pm_test/sysex.c
++++ b/pm_test/sysex.c
+_at_@ -171,7 +171,7 @@
+ 	    if (seconds == 0) seconds = 1;
+             printf("Correctly received %d byte sysex message.\n", i);
+ 	    total_bytes += i;
+-	    printf("Cummulative bytes/sec: %d\n", total_bytes / seconds);
++	    printf("Cummulative bytes/sec: %ld\n", total_bytes / seconds);
+         }
+     }
+ cleanup:
+_at_@ -231,6 +231,7 @@
+         Pm_WriteSysEx(midi_out, 0, msg);
+     }
+     stop_time = Pt_Time();
++    printf("Delay was: %x\n", start_time - stop_time);
+     Pm_Close(midi_out);
+     return;
+ }
diff --git a/testing/portmidi/41-pm_linux.patch b/testing/portmidi/41-pm_linux.patch
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..5404bddc6
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/portmidi/41-pm_linux.patch
_at_@ -0,0 +1,77 @@
+--- a/pm_linux/finddefault.c
++++ b/pm_linux/finddefault.c
+_at_@ -5,10 +5,13 @@
+ #include <stdlib.h>
+ #include <stdio.h>
+ #include <string.h>
++#include <ctype.h>
+ #include "portmidi.h"
+ 
+ #define STRING_MAX 256
+ 
++extern int pm_find_default_device(char *pattern, int is_input);
++
+ /* skip over spaces, return first non-space */
+ void skip_spaces(FILE *inf)
+ {
+_at_@ -26,7 +29,6 @@
+ } 
+ 
+ 
+-/* 
+ /* Parse preference files, find default device, search devices --
+  */
+ PmDeviceID find_default_device(char *path, int input, PmDeviceID id)
+_at_@ -80,7 +82,7 @@
+             pref_str[i] = c;
+         }
+         if (i == STRING_MAX) continue; // value too long, ignore
+-        pref_str[i] == 0;
++        //pref_str[i] == 0;
+         i = pm_find_default_device(pref_str, input);
+         if (i != pmNoDevice) {
+             id = i;
+--- a/pm_linux/pmlinux.c
++++ b/pm_linux/pmlinux.c
+_at_@ -26,6 +26,8 @@
+ PmDeviceID pm_default_input_device_id = -1;
+ PmDeviceID pm_default_output_device_id = -1;
+ 
++extern int find_default_device(char *path, int input, PmDeviceID id);
++
+ void pm_init()
+ {
+     /* Note: it is not an error for PMALSA to fail to initialize. 
+--- a/pm_linux/pmlinuxalsa.c
++++ b/pm_linux/pmlinuxalsa.c
+_at_@ -32,9 +32,9 @@
+ #endif
+ 
+ /* to store client/port in the device descriptor */
+-#define MAKE_DESCRIPTOR(client, port) ((void*)(((client) << 8) | (port)))
+-#define GET_DESCRIPTOR_CLIENT(info) ((((int)(info)) >> 8) & 0xff)
+-#define GET_DESCRIPTOR_PORT(info) (((int)(info)) & 0xff)
++#define MAKE_DESCRIPTOR(client, port) ((void*)((((size_t)client) << 8) | (port)))
++#define GET_DESCRIPTOR_CLIENT(info) ((((size_t)(info)) >> 8) & 0xff)
++#define GET_DESCRIPTOR_PORT(info) (((size_t)(info)) & 0xff)
+ 
+ #define BYTE unsigned char
+ 
+_at_@ -422,7 +422,7 @@
+     }
+     if (desc->error < 0) return pmHostError;
+ 
+-    VERBOSE printf("snd_seq_drain_output: 0x%x\n", (unsigned int) seq);
++    VERBOSE printf("snd_seq_drain_output: 0x%zx\n", (size_t) seq);
+     desc->error = snd_seq_drain_output(seq);
+     if (desc->error < 0) return pmHostError;
+ 
+_at_@ -436,7 +436,7 @@
+ {
+     alsa_descriptor_type desc = (alsa_descriptor_type) midi->descriptor;
+     if (!desc) return pmBadPtr;
+-    VERBOSE printf("snd_seq_drain_output: 0x%x\n", (unsigned int) seq);
++    VERBOSE printf("snd_seq_drain_output: 0x%zx\n", (size_t) seq);
+     desc->error = snd_seq_drain_output(seq);
+     if (desc->error < 0) return pmHostError;
+ 
diff --git a/testing/portmidi/50-change_assert.patch b/testing/portmidi/50-change_assert.patch
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..05a2bf709
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/portmidi/50-change_assert.patch
_at_@ -0,0 +1,41 @@
+diff --git a/pm_common/portmidi.c b/pm_common/portmidi.c
+index b716170..9a469b1 100755
+--- a/pm_common/portmidi.c
++++ b/pm_common/portmidi.c
+_at_@ -9,7 +9,6 @@
+ #include "porttime.h"
+ #include "pmutil.h"
+ #include "pminternal.h"
+-#include <assert.h>
+ 
+ #define MIDI_CLOCK      0xf8
+ #define MIDI_ACTIVE     0xfe
+_at_@ -293,8 +292,8 @@ PMEXPORT const char *Pm_GetErrorText( PmError errnum ) {
+  * The error will always be in the global pm_hosterror_text.
+  */
+ PMEXPORT void Pm_GetHostErrorText(char * msg, unsigned int len) {
+-    assert(msg);
+-    assert(len > 0);
++    if (!msg) return;
++    if (len <= 0) return;
+     if (pm_hosterror) {
+         strncpy(msg, (char *) pm_hosterror_text, len);
+         pm_hosterror = FALSE;
+_at_@ -1016,7 +1015,7 @@ void pm_read_short(PmInternal *midi, PmEvent *event)
+ { 
+     int status;
+     /* arg checking */
+-    assert(midi != NULL);
++    if (!midi) return;
+     /* midi filtering is applied here */
+     status = Pm_MessageStatus(event->message);
+     if (!pm_status_filtered(status, midi->filters)
+_at_@ -1058,7 +1057,7 @@ unsigned int pm_read_bytes(PmInternal *midi, const unsigned char *data,
+     int i = 0; /* index into data, must not be unsigned (!) */
+     PmEvent event;
+     event.timestamp = timestamp;
+-    assert(midi);
++    if (!midi) return 0;
+     /* note that since buffers may not have multiples of 4 bytes,
+      * pm_read_bytes may be called in the middle of an outgoing
+      * 4-byte PortMidi message. sysex_in_progress indicates that
diff --git a/testing/portmidi/51-remove_assert.patch b/testing/portmidi/51-remove_assert.patch
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..fd29501fd
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/portmidi/51-remove_assert.patch
_at_@ -0,0 +1,13 @@
+diff --git a/pm_linux/pmlinuxalsa.c b/pm_linux/pmlinuxalsa.c
+index 8e85cfe..1ec3e56 100755
+--- a/pm_linux/pmlinuxalsa.c
++++ b/pm_linux/pmlinuxalsa.c
+_at_@ -494,7 +494,7 @@ static void handle_event(snd_seq_event_t *ev)
+     PmTimestamp timestamp;
+ 
+     /* time stamp should be in ticks, using our queue where 1 tick = 1ms */
+-    assert((ev->flags & SND_SEQ_TIME_STAMP_MASK) == SND_SEQ_TIME_STAMP_TICK);
++    if ((ev->flags & SND_SEQ_TIME_STAMP_MASK) != SND_SEQ_TIME_STAMP_TICK) return;
+ 
+     /* if no time_proc, just return "native" ticks (ms) */
+     if (time_proc == NULL) {
diff --git a/testing/portmidi/APKBUILD b/testing/portmidi/APKBUILD
new file mode 100644
index 000000000..48a715052
--- /dev/null
+++ b/testing/portmidi/APKBUILD
_at_@ -0,0 +1,63 @@
+# Contributor: Taner Tas <taner76_at_gmail.com>
+# Maintainer: Taner Tas <taner76_at_gmail.com>
+pkgname=portmidi
+pkgver=217
+pkgrel=0
+pkgdesc="PortMidi is a platform independent library for MIDI input/output."
+url="http://portmedia.sourceforge.net/"
+arch="all"
+license="MIT"
+makedepends="dos2unix cmake alsa-lib-dev"
+subpackages="$pkgname-dev"
+options="!check"
+source="http://downloads.sourceforge.net/portmedia/${pkgname}-src-${pkgver}.zip
+	00_cmake.patch
+	01_pmlinux.patch
+	02_pmlinuxalsa.patch
+	03_pm_test_Makefile.patch
+	11-pmlinuxalsa.patch
+	13-disablejni.patch
+	20-movetest.patch
+	21-hardentests.patch
+	30-porttime_cmake.patch
+	40-test_sysex.patch
+	41-pm_linux.patch
+	50-change_assert.patch
+	51-remove_assert.patch"
+builddir="${srcdir}/${pkgname}"
+
+prepare() {
+	cd "${builddir}"
+	find  . -type f -exec dos2unix -s -q {} \;
+	default_prepare
+}
+build() {
+	cd "$builddir"
+	cmake . \
+	-DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE="Release" \
+	-DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr \
+	-DCMAKE_INSTALL_LIBDIR=/usr/lib \
+	-DCMAKE_CACHEFILE_DIR="${builddir}"/build
+	make 
+}
+
+package() {
+	cd "$builddir"
+	make DESTDIR="${pkgdir}" install
+	rm -f "${pkgdir}"/usr/lib/*.a
+}
+
+sha512sums="d08d4d57429d26d292b5fe6868b7c7a32f2f1d2428f6695cd403a697e2d91629bd4380242ab2720e8f21c895bb75cb56b709fb663a20e8e623120e50bfc5d90b  portmidi-src-217.zip
+39a7c30a58f71be517d57d11c1fedfdd7c56cfdf71593f35027323e64c41dd29065791bcce6ce0f373679c9e26caba390867c93904f5efc47605ac05feaccc45  00_cmake.patch
+39ce54128b3f9712d47064557d6331bb9a44e65c2b13e2dd36bc474dfa073b391b0f3a8b01da54b0f56a14379ced2967f22b8822da46afaec62972b732b17442  01_pmlinux.patch
+032c8777dbda6af1b17fdd7664300c41b6a9ccb06ad2a68595fd8d0216fdbef7452f3c407b2be2eb0445d08243adb8929096df1f3f1ee4d032a2928495acda81  02_pmlinuxalsa.patch
+baf8231d0288079b5734e886e8cfe27d48ac5bf4bf181e956f6f0161235d21f3794ef4fcc77e8d6d3a3cf51461fa0c6f065c3b80d711ddfe736f4e6592d65400  03_pm_test_Makefile.patch
+fcfc350e37940fd9ebb070f1efc727f1903a8cf23e21866c56b09766a31479a98676327a981f50905c11e93e32119ef56fef9d3a0de51182a85f175b1dfd3155  11-pmlinuxalsa.patch
+58c638793f5e4eff7782f9844a7d19cb98e7a763497a03f77dbdc15e60a2d3dcfb2ae94cc3bc7a7ddfd880db8d5dd552dff659f1f300f7635b3a484bec35fb60  13-disablejni.patch
+186358ec42a003b943672820ceb71c421b397bb47bb20cdbe92080755bbba3a5238c06632154c72878a92b10e32364d7f8c059fd8f6c864a87a9b9ebe546d15e  20-movetest.patch
+8fa0944be2a70b4aede2a1967e1b38c863812245db6d725c0c253457f3443864a9cfba582d96ff0cc9d8fd1dd38fbb2e04e9447d2bd1abb5d2a933728135e8e4  21-hardentests.patch
+15e529aa8757c4f74a372bcb43748fb0f88d7fc4c858d00199989ad92d0eb0b2edc72d591ba471ee534b38e5756e1c72255ef93c3eb670a64a7b35a973d8368c  30-porttime_cmake.patch
+e52396df909b9ed1f8d58fad929c551a1124a2e5137f635087ac078bdf133162c618a17a9ecc4159acdfc48a640aaae06a4e392aacb1bc69a2389d9cfa18519d  40-test_sysex.patch
+4c56ebc01ed51acec3fe4a0b9fe54a6f61cdcb9640f24a076d94788174c4ebd1fd958adcedb355dc78d9a11a22d79cb276eaa2f5248d5790142bd5ced178172e  41-pm_linux.patch
+e4ffd1d49569b8279baeec45dd22b58a9724b396b927aa6c10198ab135290fbfb570d373b59317dae1d0a26ce71dcaf568325c728bc9302677d6fd28a74f4749  50-change_assert.patch
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