[chuck-users] chuck shell...
Andrew C. Smith
acsmith at willamette.edu
Wed Sep 9 14:28:52 EDT 2009
> Some of these steps may be optional but this way it works for me.
Right, I decided that looking up the Moog's sweep rate was optional
and just skipped straight to the next drink.
Anyway, being on OSX, I just compiled it without any external
libraries and (after you mentioned the widgets) made sure to test the
MAUI, and the gauge and everything works just fine. This inspires me
to try (and fail) building my own ugen.
I don't believe in D# minor--I wanted the mini to test my
expanding/contracting microtonal scales.
> BTW, try highlighting some text in the mini and hitting ctrl+D, I
> don't think that's documented but it's cool.
Oh cool, I made sure to highlight important text to get the full
effect. brb pouring another drink.
On Wed, Sep 9, 2009 at 2:07 PM, Kassen<signal.automatique at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hey, so how can I upgrade my Mini to the CVS version, with all the
>> file IO capabilities? Or, even 22.214.171.124? I successfully compiled the
>> CVS command line version, but I've never compiled the Mini. I just
>> found myself liking the pretty colored text.
> Ok. i only did this on Ubuntu Linux. Other OS's may or may not present
> hurdles, particularly where newer and more strict versions of GCC are
> concerned. I did this with 126.96.36.199 but CVS will likely work as well.
> Download the source of the ChucK version you want.
> *optionally edit it to have things like Tom's fix for CNoise and or
> other things you might like (CVS may have this already).
> Download the source of the latest Mini.
> browse the mini source to find the chuck directory, I think it refers
> to chuck188.8.131.52. Delete all that's in that directory but leave the dir
> be. Dump your downloaded ChucK source in there, it should look a lot
> like it did before.
> Compile the mini as per the documented instructions, you'll need some
> extra libraries over plain ChucK, especially that widgets thingy, but
> this is documented and none of it very exotic. This process will now
> compile the ChucK version we cunningly pretended is the one it knows
> as a part of it's compile. Ignore all other bits of the source. Pour
> yourself a drink while it compiles.
> Start your new Mini and resolve to write a small canon for Wurley and
> Moog in d#minor to verify that it works. Pour another drink while you
> look in the manual for the exact name of Moog's sweep rate. (stuff
> happens) Look up to see the dawn, realising you just wrote another
> experimental gabber piece that you forgot to record but content with
> your new mini.
> Some of these steps may be optional but this way it works for me. This
> won't fly for the full Audicle for reasons unknown.
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