[CM] looking for documentation for beginner
Mon, 12 Apr 2004 07:04:15 -0500
actually most of this got folded into the book in one form or another
with examples and sound snippets added. But it would seem that cm needs
to have topical overviews included in the dictionary to provide context
for the entries themselves.
> I got it with an earlier version of CM (2.3.4, I think) and, although
> some parts of it are obsolete, I still find it a useful reference.
> It explains CM systematically rather than a word at a time.
> It seems to be no longer available on the CM web site. If you like,
> I'll send you a copy.
> Michael Mossey writes:
>> Hi, I'm new to CM. For documentation, I've found the Common Music
>> Dictionary, and a couple online references to Common Lisp. I'm still
>> confused on a lot of points. The example CM code uses "define",
>> "new", and
>> passes a lot of arguments via :of. None of these are explained in
>> the Common Music Dictionary or the Common Lisp sources. They seem to
>> idioms specific to CM, but where are they documented?
>> Second question: does CLM work under the combination CLISP/Win XP?
>> Cmdist mailing list
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