Ticket #225 (closed: fixed)
Permission to build supercollider with bundled libraries
|Reported by:||bsjones||Owned by:||spot|
|Priority:||normal||Component:||Bundled Library Exception|
Supercollider is an audio synthesis engine and programming language. IT bundles serveral libraries in its source tree, most of which can be avoided at the configure stage. However there are three whihc are problematic:
oscpack - the author of supercollider has made significant changes which have been rejected by oscpack upstream (See attachment). A package for oscpack does exist in CCRMA, but is required by nothing as far as I can see.
boost_lockfree and boost_atomic - both of these packages are being considered upstream by the boost project but have not made it to a release. Boost_lockfree is available in boost trunk but I believe final approval is still pending on the review of boost_Atomic. Tim Blechman (author of supercollider) is the author of boost_lockfree but not boost_atomic on which it depends. As soon as these become a part of a boost release they would no longer require bundling