The table below specifies the more or less concrete short-to-mid-term plans.
Needless to say, all these plans are heavily subject to change.
|2023||MIDI Tools||2.3.0||All||MIDI keyboard: trigger notes via computer keyboard|
|2023||all||misc.||Windows/Linux||SysEx messages via MIDI Thru|
|2023||BC Manager||6.0.0||All||BCL bypass|
At the moment no application has a Linux edition.
However, the only remaining stumbling-block is the lack of low-level MIDI I/O handling.
Once this is implemented, creating Linux editions should be easy, particularly for the four applications already having Intel-based macOS editions, since the source code of these macOS editions can be used for Linux almost verbatim.
Four applications are available in editions for Intel-based macOS. There will never be any ARM-based ("Silicon") macOS editions, so you will have to use Rosetta 2 to run the Intel-based editions on ARM-based machines.
Nearly all applications are available on Windows as dual 32/64-bit installers (which automatically install the edition matching the operating system) and as 32- and 64-bit portable editions.
The exception is the Delta Framework application, which will remain available only as a 32-bit installer until further notice.
The Delta Framework application is behind the times in several other respects as well, such as:
- MIDI I/O handling.
- It is 'pre-mountainutilities.eu', thus links to the old Mountain Utilities web site.
- It doesn't provide advanced setup/desktop management yet.
- It doesn't come with a manual.
The table below specifies the Linux and macOS status of all applications:
|BCN44 Manager||Maybe||No plans|
|CSV Doctor||2023?||No plans|
|D-5 Manager||Maybe||No plans|
|Delta Framework||No plans||No plans|
|GS-10 Manager||Maybe||No plans|
|GT-3 Manager||No plans||No plans|
|ProMix 01 Manager||No plans||No plans|
|R-8 Manager||Maybe||No plans|
|XG Manager||No plans||No plans|