I recently updated to the latest version of Tidal on windows 10 by following the instructions in the week 1 episode 3 or 4? video of tidal club on here, which unfortunately has stopped something working. In an attempt to fix this I also updated to the latest Supercollider, also the tidal package within Atom to no avail.
Has anyone else had a similar experience? The error logs in Atom are as follows:
Choose ghc base path
no custom path configured ghcup not found using default GHC system path definition Ghci command: ghci Ghc-pkg command: ghc-pkg Start atom-tidalcycles plugin Choose BootTidal.hs path no custom path configured not found in current directory not found in the tidal installation folder use the default contained in the plugin load BootTidal.hs from C:\Users\ollst.atom\packages\tidalcycles\lib\BootTidal.hs t> t> t> [TidalCycles version 1.7.8] Installed in C:\Users\ollst\AppData\Roaming\cabal\x86_64-windows-ghc-8.4.3\tidal-1.7.8 Listening for external controls on 127.0.0.1:6010
I read that maybe the problem is in not having the latest superdirt installed and that there seems to be a problem wirh quarks in windows, so to download superdirt from hithub and replace the superdirt folder in Quarks directory to update it, however I cannot find a quarks folder with superdirt inside.... I find one with SC classes like: git, quark, quarks, quarkgui, but it does not contain any reference to superdirt.
Apologies if im missing something obvious, but i found the initial install of SC, Dirt, Tidal, Atom and its tidal package much easier than trying to deduce what became broken in the attempted update.