Compilation of ksquant2 kernel
The ksquant2 kernel is written in Haskell, so you need a working Haskell installation.
The following commands set up a cabal sandbox, so Haskell dependencies that are needed for compilation of ksquant2 are only installed locally inside the ksquant2 directory.
$ cd /path/to/ksquant2 $ cabal sandbox init # Initialise the sandbox $ cabal install --only-dependencies # Install dependencies into the sandbox $ cabal build # Build ksquant2
Then it can be installed as a normal PWGL user-library in $HOME/PWGL-User/User-library or the corresponding place on windows. Please make sure that after downloading and extracting the archive the folder is named "ksquant2".
Bugs can be browsed and reported here: https://github.com/kisp/ksquant2/issues
changes in 0.1.10 relative to 0.1.9:
- bugfix: for voices containing only a rest
- new feature: support for windows
changes in 0.1.9 relative to 0.1.8:
- bugfix: the correct way to indicate a rest is e.g. (6.875 :REST T) the keyword is :REST, not :RESTP
- bugfix: It was not possible to start with a rest, i.e. (0.0 :REST T) did not work correctly
This file is part of KSQuant2.
Copyright (c) 2010, Kilian Sprotte. All rights reserved.
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