[CM] Building Common Music on Arch Linux
Taube, Heinrich K
taube at illinois.edu
Thu Oct 29 15:34:12 PDT 2020
If you want to use JUCE then you should use Grace. The code should build in JUCE 5 but I havent tried it in juce 6 at all, so there may be some effort there.
On Oct 29, 2020, at 5:24 PM, Brandon Hale <bthaleproductions at gmail.com<mailto:bthaleproductions at gmail.com>> wrote:
I am not sure which version I want. Which one is the most kept up, or are they both kept up? Is there any benefit for either choice?
On 10/29/20 6:07 PM, Taube, Heinrich K wrote:
Hi Brandon, are you trying to build the common lisp version or the S7/Grace version? If the latter you should get the sources from its github home, there is a readme that should get you going. Im not sure what will happen in JUCE 6 let me know if you are having issues compiling:
Ill have some more news about this in perhaps 10 days.
On Oct 29, 2020, at 4:37 PM, Brandon Hale <bthaleproductions at gmail.com<mailto:bthaleproductions at gmail.com>> wrote:
I have heard from one of my previous professors about the cool things one can do with Common Music. I am really interested in setting this up to play with it. I tried to build Common Music on my Artix Linux setup (Arch Linux without systemd) and it won't compile, even though I think I have all of the dependencies. I don't know if I have all of the JUCE dependencies, as the readme file that comes with the source code has a dead<http://www.rawmaterialsoftware.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=6502&hilit=juce+linux+install> link, but I do have JUCE installed on my system from the official repository.
Does anyone on this list use Common Music on Arch and have a package or a PKGBUILD at all? I would be extremely interested in that. If not, maybe I can post the compiler output and see what the issues are.
Thank you very much for your help on this matter,
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