Fons Adriaensen wrote:
I'm no expert, but I have been busy writing a lengthy article about the
latest Git version of SC3. I've run into that discrepancy problem when I
had installed Quarks or plugins that conflicted with something already
installed with the system. A directory is set up for the Quarks that is
in fact simply a directory of links to the actual packages. You can
remove or hide the links directory and restart the interpreter, that
should clear up the discrepancy (if it's caused by a quark - I'm not
sure what to do if a plugin is causing the trouble).
Your ~/.sclang.cfg is typically used to point to the server location,
set up JACK I/O ports, and set the path to the SwingOSC jarfile (if
wanted). I assume you started the server, then ran sclang ? Have you
tried setting up emacs or vi/vim for use with SC ? It's really the
better way of working with sclang.
Btw, what version are you testing ? I've been working only with the
unreleased 3.5, I don't know if my advice conflicts with the 3.4 series.
Let me know if I can help in any other way. These days I'm getting into
SC pretty heavily, it's a neat system.
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