[PlanetCCRMA] SuperCollider

Bernardo Barros bernardobarros2 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 14 06:14:59 PDT 2010


2010/9/14 Donald Steven <t6sn7gt at aim.com>:
> 1. Is there a particular version of Fedora/Centos that has 'more' of
> SuperCollider?  Does F13 have it 'all'?

Yep, f13 has everything you need.

> 2. I see snapshots, but it seems like a command line program in Fedora
> (as opposed to OS X).  I'm confused...

SuperCollider is a language and you probably need a text editor. You
can choose Emacs or Gedit for now.
Eclipse and Kate are options in development.

For Emacs:

yum install emacs supercollider-world

then put
(require 'sclang)

in ~/.emacs

a) emacs -sclang


b) inside emacs: M-x sclang-start

> 3. Which version should I use?  2.X, 3.X?


> 4. Where is the 'canonical' documentation?

Yes, it comes with a lot of documentation. For installation the planet
ccrma site tells you how to get started.
Search 'SuperCollider' on Google, join the mailing list and visit the
sourceforge webpage.

welcome aboard!

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