[chuck-users] granular synthesis in chuck
spencer at ccrma.stanford.edu
Wed Oct 19 17:44:07 EDT 2011
This beta is indeed compilable on Linux, however for mini you will
need some additional dependencies. The main reason for putting
together a formal "beta" this release cycle was to address some
critical bugs in Mac OS X Lion.
The source for chuck is available like so:
svn checkout https://chuck-dev.stanford.edu/svn/chuck/trunk/ chuck
svn checkout http://miniaudicle.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ miniaudicle
These will give you read-only copies of the source. We are happy to
have people testing and submitting patches (ideally relatively simple
ones, at least), so have at it!
2011/10/19 Kassen <signal.automatique at gmail.com>:
>> Spencer, is there any repository to miniAudicle to help you on its
>> development? How miniAudicle source is related with Audicle and ChucK?
> I'd also be willing to help. Last night I noticed another few usability
> issues on Linux. I think the link between the text buffers and the shreds
> they represent is getting a bit messed up. I'd like to try to help fix
> things like that, if that would be welcome.
> BTW; the mini simply contains a ChucK VM, Vilson. That code is quite
> modular, you can swap out the directory of ChucK code, recompile and expect
> it to work. For Audicle that should probably be the case, but there it
> doesn't work, probably due to updates to ChucK since Audicle was made.
> That's a bit sad as Audicle was a cool idea.
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