After a long struggle here is a new bundle of AddRoutes with builtin support for the 3 OS (Linux/Win/OSX) with Blender 3.1 and above (tested with the current 3.2.1 version).
Recently Blender has started to require Python 3.10 and since MIDI support relies on some binaries, I had to compile them myself against the new version of Python. As I have only a Linux machine, it took me an absurd amount of time to achieve this, fighting with Qemu and Wine.
A bonus is that now OSX support includes the new arm64 M1 architecture. I compiled the lib as well with Jack. If your computer doesn't have Jack, the installation is very straightforward with "brew install jack" (you might have to install "brew", of course). If you still have troubles with OSX, please let me know.
You can use the usual download link to get it.
PS: Please note that Python 3.10 is not officially supported with the python-rtmidi library the project relies on, but it seems to work pretty well in the case of AddRoutes. Official support is planed by the author, so I will make another update later.Share on Twitter Share on Facebook