Happy Fugio Friday!
This week I’ve been trying to address the issues that some Mac users have had when trying to run Fugio, which stem from system incompatibilities when using third party libraries.
Thanks to people reporting issues and some very helpful testing by R. Kuster, I was able to finally fix the problem (hopefully).
The upshot is that I’m switching over to a Homebrew Cask distribution on Mac, rather than the GUI installer we’ve been using until now.
Download Fugio 2.7.0 for Windows (7, 8, 8.1, 10)
New Install/Update Instructions for Mac
The following instructions only apply to Mac, not to Windows or Linux.
If you have previously installed Fugio (not via Homebrew) then you should delete the /Applications/Fugio folder completely.
I have made a simple script that will install everything for you, which you can open by double-clicking on it.
It will install Homebrew, compiler tools, the third party libraries Fugio needs such as PortAudio and FFMPEG, and finally Fugio itself.
The first time you do this it may take some time, but subsequent updates will be as fast, if not faster than downloading the old updater.
Some language translation should now be supported, such as standard entries in the file menu
Added Quaternion pin
Added support for Lua types to set their own data on output pins
New install_fugio script for Mac
OSC Encoder and OSC Join now accept lists of values and will generate OSC messages with multiple values in
Updated the build files quite a lot
Added new dependencies to the Homebrew script
Firmata output pins > 7 now work (thanks J. Gutierrez!)