Midipal filter editor: how to run it offline/locally?

the midipal filter editor is available as an online web app.

is there any way to run it on a windows machine without internet access?

the source code is available here, but i don’t know a thing about coding. so please forgive me if this is a stupid question: is there any simple way of running that code locally?

Have you tried dumping/downloading the website?
Not sure if it is running some sort of engine in the background(serverside), but that would prevent the above approach from working. Still worth a shot…

  • Download the Google AppEngine Python SDK for Windows.
  • Download the MIDIpal source code from github.
  • Launch the GoogleAppEngineLauncher app.
  • Select the “Add existing application” command in the “File” menu.
  • Select the editor directory from the midipal source code in the Path selector.
  • Click “Run”. The editor runs at the following URL: localhost:8080.

cool, thanks!

just gave it a try: seems to be running fine.
just one minor formatting glitch:
in the rightmost column of the 4x4 midi channel selection grid, there is a “” visible behind each channel number. i.e. it says “4” instead of “4”, “8” instead of “8” etc.

oh, and the link to the “retrieve” page is missing.

Did you ever sort it out, I am also interrested