I'm an old time member, couldn't resurrect my ancient account because it was attached to an email address I shut down in 2007. Anyway, that doesn't matter much.
I got a Xduoo x3 as a gift and only fairly recently put Rockbox on it, and I'm fully aware it's a non official port which has more or less been abandoned.
What I am most concerned with is a feature I used endlessly on the iPod and Sansa, the MIDI Module: https://www.rockbox.org/wiki/PluginMidiPlay
To get MIDI file playback a patchset is required. This file contains the instruments required to synthesize the music. A sample patchset is available here, and needs to be extracted into the .rockbox directory in the root of your player so that you have a directory structure like such: /.rockbox/patchset/, with the patchset directory containing several .pat files and two .cfg files.
Would I be correct in assuming (hopefully) that the port has everything needed to install and run the MIDI plugin along after I install a patchset to go with it? If I need to compile anything to run this plugin, what would I need to do? His code for the X3 port is on github, so i can compile the whole thing if i have to.
Mr. C & L