I’ve just uploaded the next Csoundo release, which provides better examples, documentation and stability.
Eight examples are included in this new release that demonstrate: a simple slider GUI, creating score events, channel busses, reading and writing to f-tables, generating graphs from tables, syncing audio with animation and playing a Csound composition.
The README.txt has been upgraded to include better install instructions for Linux, OS X and Windows.
This release should work on a few more computers, as audio now outputs to the default DAC, where as before, it would sometimes try to render to a file on some computers. Users can also now set the Csound command-line options with the cs.setOptions() method.
A few things have been cleaned under the hood, which should provide better stability.
If you have any bugs, comments or examples, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Let me know how things go.