Hi. I am using sclang in a setup where I know the scsynth server is always already running, and I will want to connect to it with a new sclang client.
sclang always tries to start up a server process. In this setup it will fail, because the port is already taken by the existing server. After it has failed, I can do what I wanted to do and all that works just fine.
How do I start the sclang client so that it does not try to start a new server? The
sclang(1) man-page doesn’t give a command-line parameter for this.