[chuck-users] ChucK code site

Scott Hewitt wittlist at googlemail.com
Tue Jul 27 18:52:32 EDT 2010


I think if you ask you can get edit permissions on the wiki but there
was a spam problem a while ago.

A ChucK code repository would be an interesting idea and potential
very useful though while there is a good argument for some sort of
version controlled system perhaps a more simple here's my code
approach would work.

Guess I am jumping the gun a bit here but I do think a site for
storing, swapping ChucK code would be ace.


On Tue, Jul 27, 2010 at 11:18 PM, Hans Aberg <haberg-1 at telia.com> wrote:
> On 27 Jul 2010, at 22:01, Andrew C. Smith wrote:
>> Do it.
> Hmm. Last time only those with special clearance could do it.
>> What ChucK code site are we discussing?
> I don't know. The ChucK project is using some kind of decentralized
> approach.
>> Also, what about starting some sort of github system for ChucK tuning
>> libraries? That might be a fun project. I've got Scala systems that I enjoy.
> The Haskell site <http://haskell.org/> has a link "Find a library".
> Something like that, but possibly for code snippets as well.
> Also, LilyPond <http://lilypond.org/> has a Snippet Repository
> <http://lsr.dsi.unimi.it/>. Search for a music term there; if one clicks on
> image, one gets to see the code. The ChucK equivalent might be sound files.
>  Hans
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