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Thanks for helping test the windows choco install!
 
Thanks for helping test the windows choco install!
  
Installation is a three step process. 1/ Open an admin powershall window, 2/ install the [https://chocolatey.org/ chocolatey] package manager, and finally, 3/ install a full TidalCycles environment.
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This installation installs a full Tidal environment and its dependencies (Git, Haskell, Atom, SuperCollider, SuperDirt and the default Dirt samples).
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Installation is a three step process. It is mostly automated, but expect windows to give a few security pop-ups for you to except.
  
 
Here we go:
 
Here we go:
  
 
1. Open a windows powershell in 'admin' mode. You can do this by holding down the windows key and pressing 'x', then choosing Windows PowerShell (admin) in the menu that pops up
 
1. Open a windows powershell in 'admin' mode. You can do this by holding down the windows key and pressing 'x', then choosing Windows PowerShell (admin) in the menu that pops up
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2. If you haven't already got chocolatey installed, install it by pasting in and running this command:
 
2. If you haven't already got chocolatey installed, install it by pasting in and running this command:
 
<source lang="shell">
 
<source lang="shell">
 
Set-ExecutionPolicy Bypass -Scope Process -Force; iex ((New-Object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadString('https://chocolatey.org/install.ps1'))
 
Set-ExecutionPolicy Bypass -Scope Process -Force; iex ((New-Object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadString('https://chocolatey.org/install.ps1'))
 
</source>
 
</source>
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3. Once that's run, install tidal and all its dependencies by pasting in this command:
 
3. Once that's run, install tidal and all its dependencies by pasting in this command:
 
<source lang="shell">
 
<source lang="shell">
choco install tidalcycles --version=1.4.3
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choco install tidalcycles -y --version=1.4.3
 
</source>
 
</source>
  
You can then [Start tidalcycles and superdirt for the first time] to test it out.
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You can then [[Start tidalcycles and superdirt for the first time]] to test it out.
  
 
Please let us know how it went, both good and bad! Be sure to send us any error messages you get in full. Either catch us on the [https://chat.toplap.org/channel/tidal-install tidal-install] TOPLAP channel, or you can email [mailto:alex@slab.org alex@slab.org].
 
Please let us know how it went, both good and bad! Be sure to send us any error messages you get in full. Either catch us on the [https://chat.toplap.org/channel/tidal-install tidal-install] TOPLAP channel, or you can email [mailto:alex@slab.org alex@slab.org].
  
 
Thanks!
 
Thanks!

Revision as of 07:52, 9 October 2019

Thanks for helping test the windows choco install!

This installation installs a full Tidal environment and its dependencies (Git, Haskell, Atom, SuperCollider, SuperDirt and the default Dirt samples).

Installation is a three step process. It is mostly automated, but expect windows to give a few security pop-ups for you to except.

Here we go:

1. Open a windows powershell in 'admin' mode. You can do this by holding down the windows key and pressing 'x', then choosing Windows PowerShell (admin) in the menu that pops up

2. If you haven't already got chocolatey installed, install it by pasting in and running this command:

Set-ExecutionPolicy Bypass -Scope Process -Force; iex ((New-Object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadString('https://chocolatey.org/install.ps1'))

3. Once that's run, install tidal and all its dependencies by pasting in this command:

choco install tidalcycles -y --version=1.4.3

You can then Start tidalcycles and superdirt for the first time to test it out.

Please let us know how it went, both good and bad! Be sure to send us any error messages you get in full. Either catch us on the tidal-install TOPLAP channel, or you can email alex@slab.org.

Thanks!