[CM] new GraceCL

Heinrich Taube taube at uiuc.edu
Wed Apr 22 10:34:54 PDT 2009

Ive fixed these bugs in svn trunk.  If you have msys and mingw it  
should be "easy" to compile the grace app on windows

   premake --verbose --target gnu --sndlib ../sndlib
   make gracecl

note that you would have to install sndlib so the build script is  
happy but you wouldnt have to compile it -- although this is easy and  
worthwhile too -- unless you want to also use grace (cm3/sndlib)  in  
addition to gracecl

On Apr 22, 2009, at 3:13 AM, Joel Matthys wrote:

> Hello Dr. Taube. Just a quick bug report on GraceCL on Windows:
> "Load file" and "Compile file" do not work, apparently because Grace  
> doesn't recognize Windows' backslash file format. I get the  
> following error:
> >>> Error: LOAD: A file with name C:Documents and SettingsJoel  
> MatthysDesktopjmatthysmtm.lisp does not exist
> This wasn't a problem on the early versions of GraceCL; I'm sure  
> it's an easy fix.
> Thanks for continuing to maintain GraceCL.
> Joel
> Heinrich Taube wrote:
>> cm trunk now builds a newly implemented GraceCL app that supports  
>> the  Common Music 2  branch.   I will be able to maintain and  
>> improve it  along with Grace and Cm3 because its  really just an  
>> additional file  and a -D compiler switch!  obviously there is no  
>> Audio menu or  realtime scheduler , its a replacement for working  
>> with CM2 in emacs/ slime.
>> To try it out:
>> (1)  download a beta executable:
>> 	mac:    http://camil.music.uiuc.edu/Software/grace/downloads/GraceCL-3.2.4a-x86-leopard.zip
>> 	windows:  http://camil.music.uiuc.edu/Software/grace/downloads/GraceCL-3.2.4a-win32.zip
>> 	linux:   http://camil.music.uiuc.edu/Software/grace/downloads/GraceCL-3.2.4a-linux.zip
>> (2) install the latest cm2 (required):
>> 	svn co https://commonmusic.svn.sf.net/svnroot/commonmusic/ 
>> branches/ cm2 cm2
>> (3) Start GraceCL, use File>Configure Lisp... to specify your lisp  
>> exe  (either sbcl or clisp)  and your cm2 installation directory,   
>> then  File>Start Lisp to start it running. then open a lisp file  
>> and eval  away. it seems to be working on windows linux and mac.
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