Installing the SuperCollider host and client on Windows
The procedure to install the SenseWorld DataNetwork host and SuperCollider client on Windows is slightly different than on OSX or Linux.
These are the steps you must take:
Check the guide to using Quarks on Windows.
Obtain the Quarks.
Install the Quarks, by copying from the quarks directory to the Extensions/quarks directory:
Currently the interaction with the MiniBee network [...]
For the DataNetwork host or the SuperCollider client, you will need to install SuperCollider. This page provides you with some basic information to guide you through the installation process.
If you just want to use the DataNetwork host, it is recommended to use the Standalone version, which is an adapted version of SuperCollider which automatically starts [...]
Creating a host from SuperCollider
How to use SuperCollider
Code in SuperCollider is executed by putting the cursor on the line, or selecting a block of text, and pressing:
On OSX: [Enter] (this is the one next to the spacebar or on the numpad), or Cmd-[Return], or Shift-[Return], or Cmd-C.
On Linux: [C-c C-c] (in Emacs/scel), F5 (in scvim), or Ctrl-E (in gedit/sced).
Installing the Supercollider host and client (Via Quarks)
Quarks are packaged extensions for the SuperCollider language. They are maintained in an subversion repository on SourceForge, and there is an interface within SuperCollider to manage the installation and status of these extensions. In order to install and update quarks, you will need to have subversion installed on your machine. Also note that on Windows, [...]
Overview of the SuperCollider implementation
An overview of the different classes that implement the DataNetwork framework in SuperCollider.