[LAU] SuperCollider 3.6 alpha

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Date: Friday, September 14, 2012 - 1:23 pm

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SuperCollider 3.6 alpha is coming out today, with a demo at ICMC and launch
party in the evening.

http://www.kiberpipa.org/sl/event/unleash-collide-supercollider-ide-prev...

The big deal with sc3.6 is a new cross-platform editing environment. I've
been doing pre-release testing and gotta say, it's pretty swank. My intent
was to do some testing once in awhile and use emacs for most of my coding,
but it didn't take too long to switch over to the new editor for
everything. And this is coming from an emacs evangelist...

It's qt based (like Frescobaldi 2 for lilypond) so it's good in Linux, OSX
and Windows 7 (eventually XP too but there's a weird issue that hasn't been
fixed yet). I'm using it in Ubuntu 12, clean and smooth.

It's alpha but even now, it's hard to crash, so don't be scared of its
alpha status.

I expect binaries will be uploaded to http://supercollider.sourceforge.net.
I doubt that an alpha will go into Linux package repositories, but sc
builds easily in Linux (cmake).

Enjoy :)
hjh

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SuperCollider 3.6 alpha is coming out today, with a demo at =
ICMC and launch party in the evening.
http://www.kiberpipa.org/sl/event/u=
nleash-collide-supercollider-ide-preview-party-1620/

The big deal with sc3.6 is a new cross-platform editing envi=
ronment. I've been doing pre-release testing and gotta say, it's pr=
etty swank. My intent was to do some testing once in awhile and use emacs f=
or most of my coding, but it didn't take too long to switch over to the=
new editor for everything. And this is coming from an emacs evangelist...<=
/p>

It's qt based (like Frescobaldi 2 for lilypond) so it&#3=
9;s good in Linux, OSX and Windows 7 (eventually XP too but there's a w=
eird issue that hasn't been fixed yet). I'm using it in Ubuntu 12, =
clean and smooth.

It's alpha but even now, it's hard to crash, so don&=
#39;t be scared of its alpha status.
I expect binaries will be uploaded to http://supercollider.sourceforge.net. I doub=
t that an alpha will go into Linux package repositories, but sc builds easi=
ly in Linux (cmake).

Enjoy :)
hjh

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[LAU] SuperCollider 3.6 alpha, James Harkins, (Fri Sep 14, 1:23 pm)
Re: [LAU] SuperCollider 3.6 alpha, Dave Phillips, (Fri Sep 14, 1:28 pm)