Java SuperCollider (JSC) is a collection of plugins for Eclipse with the goal to create a cross platform IDE for the programming language SuperCollider. In it's current version (v0.1.2 alpha) JSC got only tested on Microsoft Windows XP. JSC on Linux is currently in testing phase (Ubuntu Hardy, Gusty and Debian Etch) . Support for Mac OS X is planned. You should still be able to use the JSC plugin on Mac OS X but all system dependant features implemented in 'jsc.jsclang' will not be working unless you have compiled a working JSCLangModule library.
JSC is an aggregation of independent Eclipse plugins (a Collective Work) licensed under the GNU General Public License. The individual plugins stay independent works distributed under their own licenses. JSC gets developed by Dieter Kleinrath (kleinrath at mur dot at) and Martin Wood-Mitrovski (mdk at relivethefuture dot com).
JSC consists of the following plugins for Eclipse:
Beware: JSC is still in alpha and needs a lot of testing and bug fixing. In it's current state we do not recommend using JSC for live projects. JSC will make changes to your SuperCollider system extensions directory. Before using JSC we recommend making backups of all your files. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but without any warranty; without even the implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
The current version of JSC can be downloaded here:
The latest source code version can be downloaded from Subversion (SVN).
Help and SupportIf you need any help with JSC you can post to the JSC mailing list. You can read and search the mailing list archives by following this link.
If you encounter crashes please see if there is a log associated with this crash. Eclipse logs can be searched in the 'Error log' view and are saved in the current workspace under '.metadata/.log'. The JVM might save the crash log in your Eclipse directory or your SuperCollider directory depending on the crash (hs_err_xxx.log files). Please attach any useful log messages (not the whole Eclipse log) to the Bug report.
Thanks for your time.
I started JSC as a seminar project on the IEM Graz
in the summer 2007 under the lead of Prof. Alberto De Campo. I want to
thank Alberto very much for his support and for making JSC become