[CM] More XP & CLM

Michael Edwards m@michael-edwards.org
Mon, 29 Jan 2007 15:50:48 +0000

Just to support Bill here, CLM does indeed work on windows, I've been 
making music with it regularly on that platform for about 4 years.  The 
only problem is, as far as I can tell it only runs well with ACL (costs 
a lot but then I haven't tried the free 'lite' version for years--could 
be that the heap restriction is no longer problematic) and Microsoft's 
Visual C++ compiler (or whatever it's called now)--this also costs 
something but is quite cheap as an academic version I believe.

All the best,


Bill Schottstaedt wrote:
>> If it's not going to work with 
>> Windows, or if the developers can't or won't support it, then the 
>> developers should just say so. 
> "can't or won't" seems a bit harsh -- I think CLM does work in Windows
> in ACL, thanks to the dogged determination of Michael Edwards; I'd
> love for it to work in every case, but I already have a long list of things
> I'm not doing -- it's more a kind of programming triage.  If anyone
> with Windows (and some experience with programming in it) and a
> lot of patience (porting and debugging can seem like a infinite loop
> sometimes) -- where was I?  I'm too old for a sentence that convoluted.
> What I mean is, if there's a willing helper, I'm willing to try.
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