[Fwd: Re: [Fwd: Re: [PlanetCCRMA] [OT?] trouble compiling with CMUCL]]

Francois Dechelle Francois.Dechelle@ircam.fr
Fri May 9 06:46:01 2003

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I forward the answer, since I think Jose is not on PlanetCCRMA mailing
list (and I assume the list is private).

I'd add that there is a mailing list for OpenMusic at IRCAM: please
visit http://listes.ircam.fr/wws/info/openmusic for more info and to

François Déchelle

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Cc: Gerardo Sarria <Gerardo.Sarria@ircam.fr>, planetccrma@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
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Hello all.

To compile the CVS version of OM you will need several things:

1. The latest CVS version of CMUCL (http://www.cons.org/cmucl), the 
latest stable release (18e) contains some bugs that are critical to OM, 
hopefully a new stable release (19a) will be ok.

2. gtk 1.x

3. gtk-canvas 0.1.1 (http://www.atai.org/gtk-canvas/) installed in /usr 
(not in /usr/local).

Then download OM from CVS, you will find two modules: clg & openmusic, 
checkout both and put the clg folder inside the openmusic folder, then 
rename the clg folder to clg-0.53.

You will have to compile clg first, so cd to clg-0.53 type 
'./configure' and then 'make cmucl'. Then you will have to compile OM, 
to do that go to the folder /openmusic/BuildImage/Linux/, edit the 
Makefile and change the OMHOME variable. Type 'make' to compile OM. 
When compiling is finished go to the folder /openmusic/Image and type 
'./omlinux' to start OM.

Any questions please e-mail Gerardo (Gerardo.Sarria@ircam.fr) or myself 

Thanks for your interest in OM-Linux,

Jose Diago.

> De: "David Brynjar Franzson" <pd@franzson.com>
> Date: Mer 7 mai 2003  21:08:04 Europe/Paris
> À: "Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano" <nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU>
> Cc: <planetccrma@ccrma.Stanford.EDU>
> Objet: Rép : [PlanetCCRMA] [OT?] trouble compiling with CMUCL
>> Probably Francois could comment?
>> Do they recommend a particular version of cmucl? The previous version 
>> of
>> the openmusic port for linux was done on top of a much older version 
>> of
>> cmucl. Where is the current cvs? I could give it a try...
> the current cvs is at:
> cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/ircam-openmusic 
> login
> cvs -z3 
> -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/ircam-openmusic co
> modulename
> and they have clg and openmusic as downloadable thingies (not good at 
> using
> cvs) but some advances seem to have been made from the 3.5 alpha 
> experiment,
> and now it is using clg-bindings 0.53 (needs gnome-canvas)... I 
> actually got
> it to compile, but get a number of error messages, which I credit to me
> having entered the wrong things into the projectfile, if you could 
> take a
> look, it would be great, don't know if it is usable yet, but it is 
> quite
> badly needed for me...
> David Brynjar Franzson