This isn't a 100% official statement, but from seeing previous compos, as long as it's in the required format [in this case, DMF], it is allowed.
If any other admin disagrees, they can state their objections.
I could use that utensil that coda made to make something in Impulse Tracker and convert it over, but the tracker itself is incompatible with my computer (I'm still using an iMac G5 running Mac OS 10.4.11), so I can't test the file (and thus I would be unwilling to enter anyways).
I'm on a computer that's at least five to seven years old... AKA it pre-dates the Intel transition from PowerPC (this is indeed a PowerPC computer). I have no idea how I would properly get Wine running on a computer like this...
Unless you've got something like an old PPC version of Virtual PC, and intend to emulate the equivalent of a 25 MHz [being optimistic here] Windows 95 or 98 machine, you can't get Windows stuff running on a PPC machine.
Don't have Virtual PC on this computer (and I don't think I would be willing to buy that). That's exactly why I'm out on some of these compos: a platform incompatibility prevents me from producing music on that particular tracker. Interestingly, I do have XCode (which I used to compile a PowerPC Mac version of SNESMod, since the source was available, and it was command line), though the version number is all the way back to 2.0.
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When I get my hands in XCode I will build DefleMask in minutes, I need to get some money and buy a Mac.
I searched for Mac emulation in VMWare Workstation (like I did for Linux) but seems difficult, and I can't neither find a Virtual Image.