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/**********************************************************************/
/*! \class RtMidi
\brief An abstract base class for realtime MIDI input/output.
This class implements some common functionality for the realtime
MIDI input/output subclasses RtMidiIn and RtMidiOut.
RtMidi GitHub site: https://github.com/thestk/rtmidi
RtMidi WWW site: http://www.music.mcgill.ca/~gary/rtmidi/
RtMidi: realtime MIDI i/o C++ classes
Copyright (c) 2003-2021 Gary P. Scavone
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*/
/**********************************************************************/
/*!
\file RtMidi.h
*/
#ifndef RTMIDI_H
#define RTMIDI_H
#if defined _WIN32 || defined __CYGWIN__
#if defined(RTMIDI_EXPORT)
#define RTMIDI_DLL_PUBLIC __declspec(dllexport)
#else
#define RTMIDI_DLL_PUBLIC
#endif
#else
#if __GNUC__ >= 4
#define RTMIDI_DLL_PUBLIC __attribute__( (visibility( "default" )) )
#else
#define RTMIDI_DLL_PUBLIC
#endif
#endif
#define RTMIDI_VERSION "5.0.0"
#include <exception>
#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include <vector>
/************************************************************************/
/*! \class RtMidiError
\brief Exception handling class for RtMidi.
The RtMidiError class is quite simple but it does allow errors to be
"caught" by RtMidiError::Type. See the RtMidi documentation to know
which methods can throw an RtMidiError.
*/
/************************************************************************/
class RTMIDI_DLL_PUBLIC RtMidiError : public std::exception
{
public:
//! Defined RtMidiError types.
enum Type {
WARNING, /*!< A non-critical error. */
DEBUG_WARNING, /*!< A non-critical error which might be useful for debugging. */
UNSPECIFIED, /*!< The default, unspecified error type. */
NO_DEVICES_FOUND, /*!< No devices found on system. */
INVALID_DEVICE, /*!< An invalid device ID was specified. */
MEMORY_ERROR, /*!< An error occured during memory allocation. */
INVALID_PARAMETER, /*!< An invalid parameter was specified to a function. */
INVALID_USE, /*!< The function was called incorrectly. */
DRIVER_ERROR, /*!< A system driver error occured. */
SYSTEM_ERROR, /*!< A system error occured. */
THREAD_ERROR /*!< A thread error occured. */
};
//! The constructor.
RtMidiError( const std::string& message, Type type = RtMidiError::UNSPECIFIED ) throw()
: message_(message), type_(type) {}
//! The destructor.
virtual ~RtMidiError( void ) throw() {}
//! Prints thrown error message to stderr.
virtual void printMessage( void ) const throw() { std::cerr << '\n' << message_ << "\n\n"; }
//! Returns the thrown error message type.
virtual const Type& getType( void ) const throw() { return type_; }
//! Returns the thrown error message string.
virtual const std::string& getMessage( void ) const throw() { return message_; }
//! Returns the thrown error message as a c-style string.
virtual const char* what( void ) const throw() { return message_.c_str(); }
protected:
std::string message_;
Type type_;
};
//! RtMidi error callback function prototype.
/*!
\param type Type of error.
\param errorText Error description.
Note that class behaviour is undefined after a critical error (not
a warning) is reported.
*/
typedef void (*RtMidiErrorCallback)( RtMidiError::Type type, const std::string &errorText, void *userData );
class MidiApi;
class RTMIDI_DLL_PUBLIC RtMidi
{
public:
RtMidi(RtMidi&& other) noexcept;
//! MIDI API specifier arguments.
enum Api {
UNSPECIFIED, /*!< Search for a working compiled API. */
MACOSX_CORE, /*!< Macintosh OS-X CoreMIDI API. */
LINUX_ALSA, /*!< The Advanced Linux Sound Architecture API. */
UNIX_JACK, /*!< The JACK Low-Latency MIDI Server API. */
WINDOWS_MM, /*!< The Microsoft Multimedia MIDI API. */
RTMIDI_DUMMY, /*!< A compilable but non-functional API. */
WEB_MIDI_API, /*!< W3C Web MIDI API. */
NUM_APIS /*!< Number of values in this enum. */
};
//! A static function to determine the current RtMidi version.
static std::string getVersion( void ) throw();
//! A static function to determine the available compiled MIDI APIs.
/*!
The values returned in the std::vector can be compared against
the enumerated list values. Note that there can be more than one
API compiled for certain operating systems.
*/
static void getCompiledApi( std::vector<RtMidi::Api> &apis ) throw();
//! Return the name of a specified compiled MIDI API.
/*!
This obtains a short lower-case name used for identification purposes.
This value is guaranteed to remain identical across library versions.
If the API is unknown, this function will return the empty string.
*/
static std::string getApiName( RtMidi::Api api );
//! Return the display name of a specified compiled MIDI API.
/*!
This obtains a long name used for display purposes.
If the API is unknown, this function will return the empty string.
*/
static std::string getApiDisplayName( RtMidi::Api api );
//! Return the compiled MIDI API having the given name.
/*!
A case insensitive comparison will check the specified name
against the list of compiled APIs, and return the one which
matches. On failure, the function returns UNSPECIFIED.
*/
static RtMidi::Api getCompiledApiByName( const std::string &name );
//! Pure virtual openPort() function.
virtual void openPort( unsigned int portNumber = 0, const std::string &portName = std::string( "RtMidi" ) ) = 0;
//! Pure virtual openVirtualPort() function.
virtual void openVirtualPort( const std::string &portName = std::string( "RtMidi" ) ) = 0;
//! Pure virtual getPortCount() function.
virtual unsigned int getPortCount() = 0;
//! Pure virtual getPortName() function.
virtual std::string getPortName( unsigned int portNumber = 0 ) = 0;
//! Pure virtual closePort() function.
virtual void closePort( void ) = 0;
void setClientName( const std::string &clientName );
void setPortName( const std::string &portName );
//! Returns true if a port is open and false if not.
/*!
Note that this only applies to connections made with the openPort()
function, not to virtual ports.
*/
virtual bool isPortOpen( void ) const = 0;
//! Set an error callback function to be invoked when an error has occured.
/*!
The callback function will be called whenever an error has occured. It is best
to set the error callback function before opening a port.
*/
virtual void setErrorCallback( RtMidiErrorCallback errorCallback = NULL, void *userData = 0 ) = 0;
protected:
RtMidi();
virtual ~RtMidi();
MidiApi *rtapi_;
/* Make the class non-copyable */
RtMidi(RtMidi& other) = delete;
RtMidi& operator=(RtMidi& other) = delete;
};
/**********************************************************************/
/*! \class RtMidiIn
\brief A realtime MIDI input class.
This class provides a common, platform-independent API for
realtime MIDI input. It allows access to a single MIDI input
port. Incoming MIDI messages are either saved to a queue for
retrieval using the getMessage() function or immediately passed to
a user-specified callback function. Create multiple instances of
this class to connect to more than one MIDI device at the same
time. With the OS-X, Linux ALSA, and JACK MIDI APIs, it is also
possible to open a virtual input port to which other MIDI software
clients can connect.
*/
/**********************************************************************/
// **************************************************************** //
//
// RtMidiIn and RtMidiOut class declarations.
//
// RtMidiIn / RtMidiOut are "controllers" used to select an available
// MIDI input or output interface. They present common APIs for the
// user to call but all functionality is implemented by the classes
// MidiInApi, MidiOutApi and their subclasses. RtMidiIn and RtMidiOut
// each create an instance of a MidiInApi or MidiOutApi subclass based
// on the user's API choice. If no choice is made, they attempt to
// make a "logical" API selection.
//
// **************************************************************** //
class RTMIDI_DLL_PUBLIC RtMidiIn : public RtMidi
{
public:
//! User callback function type definition.
typedef void (*RtMidiCallback)( double timeStamp, std::vector<unsigned char> *message, void *userData );
//! Default constructor that allows an optional api, client name and queue size.
/*!
An exception will be thrown if a MIDI system initialization
error occurs. The queue size defines the maximum number of
messages that can be held in the MIDI queue (when not using a
callback function). If the queue size limit is reached,
incoming messages will be ignored.
If no API argument is specified and multiple API support has been
compiled, the default order of use is ALSA, JACK (Linux) and CORE,
JACK (OS-X).
\param api An optional API id can be specified.
\param clientName An optional client name can be specified. This
will be used to group the ports that are created
by the application.
\param queueSizeLimit An optional size of the MIDI input queue can be specified.
*/
RtMidiIn( RtMidi::Api api=UNSPECIFIED,
const std::string& clientName = "RtMidi Input Client",
unsigned int queueSizeLimit = 100 );
RtMidiIn(RtMidiIn&& other) noexcept : RtMidi(std::move(other)) { }
//! If a MIDI connection is still open, it will be closed by the destructor.
~RtMidiIn ( void ) throw();
//! Returns the MIDI API specifier for the current instance of RtMidiIn.
RtMidi::Api getCurrentApi( void ) throw();
//! Open a MIDI input connection given by enumeration number.
/*!
\param portNumber An optional port number greater than 0 can be specified.
Otherwise, the default or first port found is opened.
\param portName An optional name for the application port that is used to connect to portId can be specified.
*/
void openPort( unsigned int portNumber = 0, const std::string &portName = std::string( "RtMidi Input" ) );
//! Create a virtual input port, with optional name, to allow software connections (OS X, JACK and ALSA only).
/*!
This function creates a virtual MIDI input port to which other
software applications can connect. This type of functionality
is currently only supported by the Macintosh OS-X, any JACK,
and Linux ALSA APIs (the function returns an error for the other APIs).
\param portName An optional name for the application port that is
used to connect to portId can be specified.
*/
void openVirtualPort( const std::string &portName = std::string( "RtMidi Input" ) );
//! Set a callback function to be invoked for incoming MIDI messages.
/*!
The callback function will be called whenever an incoming MIDI
message is received. While not absolutely necessary, it is best
to set the callback function before opening a MIDI port to avoid
leaving some messages in the queue.
\param callback A callback function must be given.
\param userData Optionally, a pointer to additional data can be
passed to the callback function whenever it is called.
*/
void setCallback( RtMidiCallback callback, void *userData = 0 );
//! Cancel use of the current callback function (if one exists).
/*!
Subsequent incoming MIDI messages will be written to the queue
and can be retrieved with the \e getMessage function.
*/
void cancelCallback();
//! Close an open MIDI connection (if one exists).
void closePort( void );
//! Returns true if a port is open and false if not.
/*!
Note that this only applies to connections made with the openPort()
function, not to virtual ports.
*/
virtual bool isPortOpen() const;
//! Return the number of available MIDI input ports.
/*!
\return This function returns the number of MIDI ports of the selected API.
*/
unsigned int getPortCount();
//! Return a string identifier for the specified MIDI input port number.
/*!
\return The name of the port with the given Id is returned.
\retval An empty string is returned if an invalid port specifier
is provided. User code should assume a UTF-8 encoding.
*/
std::string getPortName( unsigned int portNumber = 0 );
//! Specify whether certain MIDI message types should be queued or ignored during input.
/*!
By default, MIDI timing and active sensing messages are ignored
during message input because of their relative high data rates.
MIDI sysex messages are ignored by default as well. Variable
values of "true" imply that the respective message type will be
ignored.
*/
void ignoreTypes( bool midiSysex = true, bool midiTime = true, bool midiSense = true );
//! Fill the user-provided vector with the data bytes for the next available MIDI message in the input queue and return the event delta-time in seconds.
/*!
This function returns immediately whether a new message is
available or not. A valid message is indicated by a non-zero
vector size. An exception is thrown if an error occurs during
message retrieval or an input connection was not previously
established.
*/
double getMessage( std::vector<unsigned char> *message );
//! Set an error callback function to be invoked when an error has occured.
/*!
The callback function will be called whenever an error has occured. It is best
to set the error callback function before opening a port.
*/
virtual void setErrorCallback( RtMidiErrorCallback errorCallback = NULL, void *userData = 0 );
//! Set maximum expected incoming message size.
/*!
For APIs that require manual buffer management, it can be useful to set the buffer
size and buffer count when expecting to receive large SysEx messages. Note that
currently this function has no effect when called after openPort(). The default
buffer size is 1024 with a count of 4 buffers, which should be sufficient for most
cases; as mentioned, this does not affect all API backends, since most either support
dynamically scalable buffers or take care of buffer handling themselves. It is
principally intended for users of the Windows MM backend who must support receiving
especially large messages.
*/
virtual void setBufferSize( unsigned int size, unsigned int count );
protected:
void openMidiApi( RtMidi::Api api, const std::string &clientName, unsigned int queueSizeLimit );
};
/**********************************************************************/
/*! \class RtMidiOut
\brief A realtime MIDI output class.
This class provides a common, platform-independent API for MIDI
output. It allows one to probe available MIDI output ports, to
connect to one such port, and to send MIDI bytes immediately over
the connection. Create multiple instances of this class to
connect to more than one MIDI device at the same time. With the
OS-X, Linux ALSA and JACK MIDI APIs, it is also possible to open a
virtual port to which other MIDI software clients can connect.
*/
/**********************************************************************/
class RTMIDI_DLL_PUBLIC RtMidiOut : public RtMidi
{
public:
//! Default constructor that allows an optional client name.
/*!
An exception will be thrown if a MIDI system initialization error occurs.
If no API argument is specified and multiple API support has been
compiled, the default order of use is ALSA, JACK (Linux) and CORE,
JACK (OS-X).
*/
RtMidiOut( RtMidi::Api api=UNSPECIFIED,
const std::string& clientName = "RtMidi Output Client" );
RtMidiOut(RtMidiOut&& other) noexcept : RtMidi(std::move(other)) { }
//! The destructor closes any open MIDI connections.
~RtMidiOut( void ) throw();
//! Returns the MIDI API specifier for the current instance of RtMidiOut.
RtMidi::Api getCurrentApi( void ) throw();
//! Open a MIDI output connection.
/*!
An optional port number greater than 0 can be specified.
Otherwise, the default or first port found is opened. An
exception is thrown if an error occurs while attempting to make
the port connection.
*/
void openPort( unsigned int portNumber = 0, const std::string &portName = std::string( "RtMidi Output" ) );
//! Close an open MIDI connection (if one exists).
void closePort( void );
//! Returns true if a port is open and false if not.
/*!
Note that this only applies to connections made with the openPort()
function, not to virtual ports.
*/
virtual bool isPortOpen() const;
//! Create a virtual output port, with optional name, to allow software connections (OS X, JACK and ALSA only).
/*!
This function creates a virtual MIDI output port to which other
software applications can connect. This type of functionality
is currently only supported by the Macintosh OS-X, Linux ALSA
and JACK APIs (the function does nothing with the other APIs).
An exception is thrown if an error occurs while attempting to
create the virtual port.
*/
void openVirtualPort( const std::string &portName = std::string( "RtMidi Output" ) );
//! Return the number of available MIDI output ports.
unsigned int getPortCount( void );
//! Return a string identifier for the specified MIDI port type and number.
/*!
\return The name of the port with the given Id is returned.
\retval An empty string is returned if an invalid port specifier
is provided. User code should assume a UTF-8 encoding.
*/
std::string getPortName( unsigned int portNumber = 0 );
//! Immediately send a single message out an open MIDI output port.
/*!
An exception is thrown if an error occurs during output or an
output connection was not previously established.
*/
void sendMessage( const std::vector<unsigned char> *message );
//! Immediately send a single message out an open MIDI output port.
/*!
An exception is thrown if an error occurs during output or an
output connection was not previously established.
\param message A pointer to the MIDI message as raw bytes
\param size Length of the MIDI message in bytes
*/
void sendMessage( const unsigned char *message, size_t size );
//! Set an error callback function to be invoked when an error has occured.
/*!
The callback function will be called whenever an error has occured. It is best
to set the error callback function before opening a port.
*/
virtual void setErrorCallback( RtMidiErrorCallback errorCallback = NULL, void *userData = 0 );
protected:
void openMidiApi( RtMidi::Api api, const std::string &clientName );
};
// **************************************************************** //
//
// MidiInApi / MidiOutApi class declarations.
//
// Subclasses of MidiInApi and MidiOutApi contain all API- and
// OS-specific code necessary to fully implement the RtMidi API.
//
// Note that MidiInApi and MidiOutApi are abstract base classes and
// cannot be explicitly instantiated. RtMidiIn and RtMidiOut will
// create instances of a MidiInApi or MidiOutApi subclass.
//
// **************************************************************** //
class RTMIDI_DLL_PUBLIC MidiApi
{
public:
MidiApi();
virtual ~MidiApi();
virtual RtMidi::Api getCurrentApi( void ) = 0;
virtual void openPort( unsigned int portNumber, const std::string &portName ) = 0;
virtual void openVirtualPort( const std::string &portName ) = 0;
virtual void closePort( void ) = 0;
virtual void setClientName( const std::string &clientName ) = 0;
virtual void setPortName( const std::string &portName ) = 0;
virtual unsigned int getPortCount( void ) = 0;
virtual std::string getPortName( unsigned int portNumber ) = 0;
inline bool isPortOpen() const { return connected_; }
void setErrorCallback( RtMidiErrorCallback errorCallback, void *userData );
//! A basic error reporting function for RtMidi classes.
void error( RtMidiError::Type type, std::string errorString );
protected:
virtual void initialize( const std::string& clientName ) = 0;
void *apiData_;
bool connected_;
std::string errorString_;
RtMidiErrorCallback errorCallback_;
bool firstErrorOccurred_;
void *errorCallbackUserData_;
};
class RTMIDI_DLL_PUBLIC MidiInApi : public MidiApi
{
public:
MidiInApi( unsigned int queueSizeLimit );
virtual ~MidiInApi( void );
void setCallback( RtMidiIn::RtMidiCallback callback, void *userData );
void cancelCallback( void );
virtual void ignoreTypes( bool midiSysex, bool midiTime, bool midiSense );
double getMessage( std::vector<unsigned char> *message );
virtual void setBufferSize( unsigned int size, unsigned int count );
// A MIDI structure used internally by the class to store incoming
// messages. Each message represents one and only one MIDI message.
struct MidiMessage {
std::vector<unsigned char> bytes;
//! Time in seconds elapsed since the previous message
double timeStamp;
// Default constructor.
MidiMessage()
: bytes(0), timeStamp(0.0) {}
};
struct MidiQueue {
unsigned int front;
unsigned int back;
unsigned int ringSize;
MidiMessage *ring;
// Default constructor.
MidiQueue()
: front(0), back(0), ringSize(0), ring(0) {}
bool push( const MidiMessage& );
bool pop( std::vector<unsigned char>*, double* );
unsigned int size( unsigned int *back=0, unsigned int *front=0 );
};
// The RtMidiInData structure is used to pass private class data to
// the MIDI input handling function or thread.
struct RtMidiInData {
MidiQueue queue;
MidiMessage message;
unsigned char ignoreFlags;
bool doInput;
bool firstMessage;
void *apiData;
bool usingCallback;
RtMidiIn::RtMidiCallback userCallback;
void *userData;
bool continueSysex;
unsigned int bufferSize;
unsigned int bufferCount;
// Default constructor.
RtMidiInData()
: ignoreFlags(7), doInput(false), firstMessage(true), apiData(0), usingCallback(false),
userCallback(0), userData(0), continueSysex(false), bufferSize(1024), bufferCount(4) {}
};
protected:
RtMidiInData inputData_;
};
class RTMIDI_DLL_PUBLIC MidiOutApi : public MidiApi
{
public:
MidiOutApi( void );
virtual ~MidiOutApi( void );
virtual void sendMessage( const unsigned char *message, size_t size ) = 0;
};
// **************************************************************** //
//
// Inline RtMidiIn and RtMidiOut definitions.
//
// **************************************************************** //
inline RtMidi::Api RtMidiIn :: getCurrentApi( void ) throw() { return rtapi_->getCurrentApi(); }
inline void RtMidiIn :: openPort( unsigned int portNumber, const std::string &portName ) { rtapi_->openPort( portNumber, portName ); }
inline void RtMidiIn :: openVirtualPort( const std::string &portName ) { rtapi_->openVirtualPort( portName ); }
inline void RtMidiIn :: closePort( void ) { rtapi_->closePort(); }
inline bool RtMidiIn :: isPortOpen() const { return rtapi_->isPortOpen(); }
inline void RtMidiIn :: setCallback( RtMidiCallback callback, void *userData ) { static_cast<MidiInApi *>(rtapi_)->setCallback( callback, userData ); }
inline void RtMidiIn :: cancelCallback( void ) { static_cast<MidiInApi *>(rtapi_)->cancelCallback(); }
inline unsigned int RtMidiIn :: getPortCount( void ) { return rtapi_->getPortCount(); }
inline std::string RtMidiIn :: getPortName( unsigned int portNumber ) { return rtapi_->getPortName( portNumber ); }
inline void RtMidiIn :: ignoreTypes( bool midiSysex, bool midiTime, bool midiSense ) { static_cast<MidiInApi *>(rtapi_)->ignoreTypes( midiSysex, midiTime, midiSense ); }
inline double RtMidiIn :: getMessage( std::vector<unsigned char> *message ) { return static_cast<MidiInApi *>(rtapi_)->getMessage( message ); }
inline void RtMidiIn :: setErrorCallback( RtMidiErrorCallback errorCallback, void *userData ) { rtapi_->setErrorCallback(errorCallback, userData); }
inline void RtMidiIn :: setBufferSize( unsigned int size, unsigned int count ) { static_cast<MidiInApi *>(rtapi_)->setBufferSize(size, count); }
inline RtMidi::Api RtMidiOut :: getCurrentApi( void ) throw() { return rtapi_->getCurrentApi(); }
inline void RtMidiOut :: openPort( unsigned int portNumber, const std::string &portName ) { rtapi_->openPort( portNumber, portName ); }
inline void RtMidiOut :: openVirtualPort( const std::string &portName ) { rtapi_->openVirtualPort( portName ); }
inline void RtMidiOut :: closePort( void ) { rtapi_->closePort(); }
inline bool RtMidiOut :: isPortOpen() const { return rtapi_->isPortOpen(); }
inline unsigned int RtMidiOut :: getPortCount( void ) { return rtapi_->getPortCount(); }
inline std::string RtMidiOut :: getPortName( unsigned int portNumber ) { return rtapi_->getPortName( portNumber ); }
inline void RtMidiOut :: sendMessage( const std::vector<unsigned char> *message ) { static_cast<MidiOutApi *>(rtapi_)->sendMessage( &message->at(0), message->size() ); }
inline void RtMidiOut :: sendMessage( const unsigned char *message, size_t size ) { static_cast<MidiOutApi *>(rtapi_)->sendMessage( message, size ); }
inline void RtMidiOut :: setErrorCallback( RtMidiErrorCallback errorCallback, void *userData ) { rtapi_->setErrorCallback(errorCallback, userData); }
#endif