here to download self-extracting installation package (Win95, 1.9 MB).
» Click here to download self-extracting installation package (Windows 3.1, 1.25 MB). «
(please look here for essential information on the Windows 3.1-Version)
Please note, that only part of the System and Language Documentation is included in the installation package. Make sure to check the Documentation section of our website for further information. You might also want to have a look at the Demos and Applications and System Libraries sections, where you find examples of SALIERI applications and useful SALIERI functions to extend the basic functionality of the system. Finally, keep watching the News and Announcements section of our website to get information on new developments and updates.
Selfextracting installation package:
After downloading the self-extracting installation package run WinSALV2.3.Exe and follow the given instructions.
After downloading the Disk-Version, run SETUP.EXE from the first disk and follow the given instructions.
Copy the file winsal31.exe into an SALIERI-application-directory of
your choice (e.g. c:\salieri). Then run winsal31.exe. All the neccessary
files will be extracted. To run SALIERI, start Winsal.exe in the SALIERI-Application-directory.
You can also create an icon in a Programm-Group of your choice.
The current version of SALIERI isn't very tolerant with respect
to Out-Of-Memory situations. Since the internal state of the
system can't be repared, after displaying an error message,
an emergency exit of the system is performed in these
situations. Note, that the current workspace is saved to the
file "crashed.wsp" during the emergency exit, such that no
data should be lost. To restore the workspace, type
`load("crashed")' on the command-line after restarting the
Out-Of-Memory situations arise when attempting to construct
very long lists or note sequences and very complex note segments.
>> Recursive user-defined functions:
When using recursion, the recursion depth is quite severely
restricted (ca. 30-70, depending on the recursive functions
involved). The current version of SALIERI is very
intolerant with respect to Exceeded-Recursion-Depth
situations; in most cases, the system will crash and
all data which has not been saved (workspace, open program
editors) will be lost.
At the moment, it is safest to avoid using recursive functions
(in most realistic cases it is quite easy to find an
iterative re-formulation of recursive code).
When using recursion, check your code for termination
and make sure to save your workspace and open program editors
before executing it.
>> Identifiers containing dots:
When using object names containing dots (e.g., "a.b"),
strange error conditions may occur. This is because
these identifiers are reserved for use with the PACKAGE concept
which is a feature that will be available in the next version
of WinSAL. For the moment, simply avoid using
identifiers containing dots (you can still use underscores
for structuring object names (i.e., "a_b" instead of "a.b").
>> Arbitrary note onset times
Arbitry note onset times with numerator or denominator > 128 may
cause problems ans errors when processing these durations in
the SALIERI Kernel
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of material produced with the help of it
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