@@ -4,11 +4,12 @@ For more info check out the CVCenter- resp. CVWidget-helpfile.
-1. get SuperCollider from http://sourceforge.net/projects/supercollider/files/
+1. get SuperCollider from http://sourceforge.net/projects/supercollider/files/ (or install SuperCollider from source. For more instructions see: http://supercollider.github.io/development/building.html or cunsult the specific READMEs that come with the program).
2. install the required extensions via the Quarks-mechanism:
- - wslib (optional)
+ - wslib (optional)
+ - cruciallib (optional)
see the Quarks-helpfile for more information on how to do this.
2. after installing SuperCollider and the required extensions put all content of CVCenter in your user-app-support directory. Execute the following line SuperCollider to see where that is:
@@ -25,5 +26,4 @@ Under Linux this will resolve to:
Using Windows the mechanism should apply as well. However, the author of this document currently doesn't know what the result of the query will be...
Note: if you're on Linux you will need to have installed SuperCollider >= 3.5 as CVCenter depends on QtGUI. Under MacOSX CVCenter *should* be compatible with SC >= 3.4 resp. QtGUI as well as Cocoa.
-Under Windows it's recommended to use the latest version of SuperCollider as it comes with full Qt-support and the new SC-IDE. Get it here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/supercollider/files/Windows/3.6/SuperCollider-3.6.3-win32.exe/download
+Under Windows it's recommended to use the latest version of SuperCollider as it comes with full Qt-support and the new SC-IDE. Get it here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/supercollider/files/Source/3.6/SuperCollider-3.6.6-Source.tar.bz2/download