Am 2018-01-11 um 14:13 schrieb [hidden email]:
> I built SC 3.9 dev from source around 6 months ago, I am wondering what is
> the best way to update, do I have to uninstall and do the whole build
> process again?
Did you clone the repo or did you download it (as .zip file)? If you
cloned the repo the first step would be to update the source (given the
source still exists on your computer):
... initing and syncing the submodules should get you the latest version
of the submodules as well.
then cd into the build directory and invoke compilation
$ cmake .. && make
or maybe better
$ cmake .. && make clean && make
... if you have already set the parameters for your compilation they
should be considered automatically. Otherwise you'll have to set them again:
$ cmake -DWHATEVER=value ... && make
If all went well you can (uninstall and) install SC:
# make uninstall && make install
(the $ denotes commands that can be executed as normal user, commands
prefixed with # have to be executed as root. $, # are not part of the
sequence - they'll appear automatically in from of the current line in
If you haven't cloned the repo you probably can only replace the old
source with the current one (if the old on's still around). You'll
probably have to set the cmake sequence again, reflecting the desired
$ cmake -DWHATEVER1=value1 -DWHATEVER2=value2 .. && make
Anyway, I'd recommend installing git and updating the source with 'git
pull' whenever needed.
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I've installed the sc3-plugins in the same way, and had no problem with the
the only thing is that the Atk ambisonics toolkit is missing, and is not
listed in the Quarks either, do you know how I might be able to install it?
again thank you very much!
We're in an interim state at the moment with the ATK. As soon as 3.9 becomes the Current Version found on the download page we'll update the installation instructions and add the ATK to the published Quark directory.
> I tried this recipe, but mine errors out as below:
> [ 97%] Built target callback_interpreter_system
> [ 97%] Built target sndfile_backend_test
> [ 97%] Built target server_node_graph_test
> [ 97%] Built target simple_pool_test
> [ 98%] Built target server_dsp_thread_test
> [ 99%] Built target server_synth_factory_test
> [100%] Built target sized_array_test
> [100%] Built target timetag_test
> Install the project...
> -- Install configuration: "RelWithDebInfo"
> -- Up-to-date: /usr/local/include/SuperCollider/common
> CMake Error at cmake_install.cmake:44 (file):
> file INSTALL cannot set permissions on
> Makefile:93: recipe for target 'install' failed
> make: *** [install] Error 1
> What's the hang?
> Thank You for Your Attention
> On 01/11/2018 06:53 AM, [hidden email] wrote:
>> Am 2018-01-11 um 15:44 schrieb [hidden email]:
>>> Hi Stefan!
>>> Thank you very much for the detailed reply,
>>> it worked great!
>> Good to hear ;)
>> Thanks, Stefan
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