[chuck-users] Ibniz chugin available soon

Julien Saint-Martin julien.saintmartin at googlemail.com
Sun Feb 3 14:23:08 EST 2013


I forked ccrma/chugins

You can now find ibniz chugin here:

Don't hesitate to ask questions, comments, report bug etc...

Spencer, about trying it on Windows, I  know nobody to do it. But it is a
simple project, main file is ibniz.cpp and there is just another C source
to compile vm_slow.c. It shall be easy for someone using Visual.

Have fun,

2013/2/3 Spencer Salazar <spencer at ccrma.stanford.edu>

> Cool stuff!
> Itd be preferable to fork/work from the the newer "CCRMA" chugins repo, as
> Ive made something of a mess of my own version:
> https://github.com/ccrma/chugins
> Thats become more of the official, "battle-tested" repository, whereas my
> own repo is much more experimental.
> If you have a friend or someone on the list who wants to test it out on
> Windows, that would be ideal -- we are trying to keep the official repo
> fully cross-platform to avoid fragmentation. This is a cool project, so I'd
> like to see it get in a lot of peoples hands. I might have time to try it
> on Windows myself. Worst case scenario we can link to it from the chugin
> page.
> spencer
> On Sat, Feb 2, 2013 at 10:28 AM, Kassen <signal.automatique at gmail.com>wrote:
>> On Sat, Feb 02, 2013 at 04:51:40PM +0100, Julien Saint-Martin wrote:
>> >    I integrated Ibniz software ([1]http://pelulamu.net/ibniz/) inside a
>> >    chugin.
>> >    First version is ready and I want to share it with you.
>> Congratulations!
>> >
>> >    I know the Spencer's github chugin reporsitory. Is it a good idea to
>> put
>> >    it in?
>> >    If yes, I never used github before please tell me if there is
>> something
>> >    special to do.
>> I think you should just fork Spencer's and add your stuff. Guthub has
>> quite decent helpfiles that will explain you how. From there on
>> Spencer can pull in your stuff and everyone else can pull from
>> Spencer.
>> I'm not sure what would happen if you'd do something, Spencer wouldn't
>> like it yet I would. Theoretically that could happen. We can look into
>> that if&when we'd encounter the situation.
>> Yours,
>> Kas.
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