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Tue, 17 Feb 2009 20:31:13 +0100
I just remembered a talk from a while back about the GUI of Denemo and
different interfaces. Just now I had a talk in #denemo about Denemo on MacOS
which needs X11 and is clumsy. I rememberd that Ardour tried to get rid of X11
in MacOS, too. And there was this small discussion about Denemo on a
NintendoDS, as Notepad for Notation.
Many (open source) apps are diveded in frontend and backend. Of course for a
notation-editor this makes no primary sense because having a GUI is a central
point. But even here it would have some benefits like having special GUIs for
different purposes which are more then just command-sets.
Linuxsampler for example has a QT and a JAVA GUI, Ardour has a stripped-down
GUI for educational use.
Even on a command line you could do batch-conversion or other Denemo-tasks
which don't need a GUI.
To come to the core of this:
Do you think it would be a benefit to change Denemo to a Backend/Frontend
- [Denemo-devel] libDenemo,
Nils Gey <=