openmusic for ubuntu?
reakinator at gmail.com
Mon Jan 7 14:56:39 GMT 2008
I too would like to get Open Music working, have been waiting for the v5
release on linux for a long time. But I get cannot yet get clg compiled.
The installation instructions are strange:
1. Download Thomas Burdick's Alien Function package<B9> and restore it
to a directory on your machine.
2. Compile the Alien Function package and save a new sbcl.core image:
$ cd sbcl-af
$ sbcl --load "system"
* (sb-ext:save-lisp-and-die "/tmp/sbcl.core")
$ cd /usr/local/lib/sbcl
$ cp sbcl.core sbcl.core.orig
$ mv /tmp/sbcl.core .
I cannot find "Thomas Burdick's Alien Function package" using google and
there is no link provided, so I am stuck.. and waiting to see if others have
On Jan 7, 2008 8:32 AM, Asmo Koskinen <asmo.koskinen at arkki.info> wrote:
> jeremaja niko kirjoitti:
> > but with no luck :( missing a lot of libraries and getting a lot of
> I think it is just too weird for any Linux distro, because nobody has
> done it. And they know it too at IRCAM.
> "CMUCL is not currently included in common GNU/Linux distributions, so
> you will need to install it.
> To be able to use Gtk from Common Lisp code, OM relies on clg, the
> Common Lisp Gtk bindings originally developed by Espen S. Johnsen. The
> original code has been updated to integrate bindings for Gtk canvas plus
> some Gtk+ functions that are needed.
> On GNU/Linux, OM uses as MIDI layer Midishare
> <http://www.grame.fr/MidiShare/>, the MIDI tools developed by GRAME
> <http://www.grame.fr>. If MidiShare is not packaged for your
> distribution, you must compile and install it."
> So it uses too much weird stuff here and there.
> Best Regards Asmo Koskinen.
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