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Re: [sc-dev] its time for a User library

gems have an easy installation:
gem install somelibrary


which would simply check if it exists already
else does
svn co http://sourceforge.net/svn/sc-userlib/tb/classes/somelibrary

so that you can tell anybody to get SuperCollider and then install your library/application via this simple command.

(they would have to have svn installed which is easy)

and they won't have to checkout the entire user library. it should be allowed to grow freely.

people should be able to check out specific packages easily

gem has a gemfile (which is ruby code) which specifies the version, dependencies and details for the gem
(a package)

we could call it a quark or some other hip sub-particle name.


and then copy the gemfile format

we needn't bother implementing version checking and all that until someone needed it.
just basic package name and dependencies

On Feb 28, 2006, at 3:22 PM, Till Bovermann wrote:

This would be of _very_much_ interest for me/us...

 Anyone Ideas about this?


On 28 Feb 2006, at 11:31, Julian Rohrhuber wrote:

Is there a way to implement some kind of #include for libraries in sc?

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