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Super​Collider

A SuperCollider package for Sublime Text 2

Details

  • 2013.03.29.07.26.29
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 8 years ago
  • 4 hours ago
  • 9 years ago

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Readme

Source
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Supercollider package for Sublime Text 2

Tested on Windows XP only at the moment.
You will need SC 3.5 RC2 minimum.
Feel free to test it on other environments, fork and pull.

The syntax highlighting comes from RFWatson's SuperCollider TM Bundle
https://github.com/rfwatson/supercollider-tmbundle

Sublime Text 2 home page
http://www.sublimetext.com/2

Supercollider home page
http://supercollider.sourceforge.net

Usage

  • Open Sublime Text 2
  • Go to Preferences/Browse Packages
  • Create a SuperCollider directory.
  • Copy and paste all the files from this repository in it.
  • Change Supercollider path in SuperCollider.sublime-settings
  • Restart Sublime Text 2
  • In Tools, there is a new Supercollider sub menu which allows you to :
    • start and stop sclang,
    • evaluate a line or selection (ctrl+enter),
    • stop all sounds (ctrl+.),
    • search word in SCCode.org,
    • and show/hide the console.
  • If your line starts with the character '(' or ')', it should evaluate the whole expression.
  • Syntax definition/coloring by CrucialFelix

Known bugs

  • on Windows XP

    Server.local.boot;

does not work. You should use

Server.default = s = Server.internal;
s.boot;

instead.

Authors

Geoffroy Montel
RFWatson
CrucialFelix