[PlanetCCRMA] SwingOSC

Elliott Chapin echapin at teksavvy.com
Tue Aug 25 11:45:53 PDT 2009

Strictly speaking, I put this on the wrong list, but I'm glad I made the 
"mistake." For one thing, I'm running the CCRMA [rt kernel & Jack]; 
getting way better performance, e.g., can run 2 Zyn's under 1 vkbd with 
no gaps in audio output.

Anyway, I'll study/try your advice. I've asked on the sc list about 
getting the emacs hookup right (post-install config vs. at install (of 
sc)) but haven't gotten an answer yet.

BTW, I was pointed toward sc by Eugene Martynec. He gets to Toronto a 
couple of times a year anyway.

On 08/25/2009 12:32 PM, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
> On Mon, 2009-08-24 at 21:29 -0400, Elliott Chapin wrote:
>> I'm fairly well along with setting up sc on an Acer Aspire 1 under F11.
>> An help file says
>> -----------
>> Add these lines to your .sclang.sc
>> GUI.swing;
>> SwingOSC.java = "/usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun/jre/bin/java";
>> SwingOSC.program = ("PREFIX/bin/SwingOSC.jar").standardizePath;
>> SwingOSC.default.boot;
>> ------------------------
>> Trouble is I can't find .sclang.sc. Comments?
> If you have installed supercollider-world you don't (should not) need
> any additional configuration for swingosc to run. Just start the server
> with "g = SwingOSC.default.boot;" (you can use the openjdk packages for
> the needed java virtual machine). In fact the suggested configuration
> will break the Planet CCRMA swingosc because it depends on SwingOSC
> being installed differently, and you having installed the sun java - not
> necessary.
> In any case, ".sclang.sc" is a configuration file that you create in
> your home directory, the path would be
> (normally) /home/YOUR_LOGIN_NAME/.sclang.sc
> -- Fernando


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