[chuck-users] Wrapping ChucK

Hans Aberg haberg at math.su.se
Fri Oct 16 15:07:54 EDT 2009

I was mostly thinking about the way of producing the binary - as  
traditional "configure-make" UNIX package or Xcode, and there are  
different bindings: Cocoa-NextStep, X11, GTK. It is easy to compile,  
and it should simplify modification and adding components.


On 16 Oct 2009, at 20:40, Andrew C. Smith wrote:

> Right, what I should say is that I don't really want an editor for
> ChucK files. I basically just want a program that uses ChucK as its
> DSP engine. I am looking at the mini, though, and once I get it to
> compile properly I'll see if I can figure it out. One stumbling block
> is the absence of .xib files, though--Spencer's source only has the
> .nib files. Are the .xibs available? That would make it possible to
> extend/break the mini pretty well, I think.
> Andrew
> On Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 2:15 PM, mike clemow <gelfmuse at gmail.com>  
> wrote:
>> Um...  does miniAudicle count?
>> ;-)
>> -Mike
>> On Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 2:00 PM, Hans Aberg <haberg at math.su.se>  
>> wrote:
>>> On 16 Oct 2009, at 17:28, Andrew C. Smith wrote:
>>>> ...--would rather just work with Cocoa windows to allow for
>>>> nearly-infinite extensibility. I already got a Cocoa interface  
>>>> working
>>>> with OSC, using the Objective C library VVOSC (highly recommended  
>>>> for
>>>> anyone doing Cocoa programming with OSC). Like Brad, though, I'm
>>>> looking to get more control over the DSP environment with a direct
>>>> wrapper.
>>> As an example on bindings, emacs-23.1 can produce a Mac OS X  
>>> Nextstep/Cocoa
>>> Application by
>>>  ./configure --with-ns
>>>  make
>>>  make install
>>> which produces an app in the directory nextstep/; the file  
>>> nextstep/INSTALL
>>> also tells how to compile it from Xcode. It can also bind to X11  
>>> and GTK.
>>> It seems that the technique would allow for blending of components  
>>> (though
>>> perhaps not the program).
>>>  Hans

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