[CM] CM on XP

taube@uiuc.edu taube@uiuc.edu
Fri, 31 Aug 2007 01:32:54 -0500 (CDT)

We have drag-n-drop binaries for Grace (win32/osx/fedora) that we prepared for the algocomp workshop at icmc. it includes a clisp runtime but you can use sbcl if you want.  this is an alpha release, its functionality is eqivalent to emacs+slime+cm

there is the beginning of a grapher, this is what I will be working on when I get back next week. feel free to take any of the materials we prepared for the workshop, the binaries are in the install/ directory. we also have prepackaged versions of Timidity and Lilypond that you can take for win32:


---- Original message ----
>Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2007 09:55:39 +1200
>From: Adam <ahcnz@ihug.co.nz>  
>Subject: [CM] CM on XP  
>To: cmdist@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
>Forgive me, folks.  I suddenly have the use of a fast 
>Win XP machine - whereas I alread have CM + Slime 
>+ Emacs up and running on my old Linux box. 
>So I am looking at,
>and would like to ask - how does Common Music best 
>work on an XP machine ?  Which Emacs ? 
>I would guess Xemacs, Common Lisp, Common Music, 
>(but with no CM Realtime or graphs). 
>Can anyone please provide a thumbnail sketch of the 
>components or setup I should be looking at ? 
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