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Re: Experimental Web-based Lilypond Editor

From: Nils
Subject: Re: Experimental Web-based Lilypond Editor
Date: Wed, 1 Feb 2012 11:06:06 +0100

Very good!

I think this will benefit many people. I always wanted to quickly share some 
notes with other people. 
Like for music!

And think of the possibilites: 
Wikipedia and other sites use Lilypond to show (snippets of) music.

If you create a modular editor like TinyMCE it could be the web standard to 
edit lilypond for websites, blogs etc.


On Wed, 1 Feb 2012 01:51:46 -0800 (PST)
trevordixon <address@hidden> wrote:

> I've been working on something I think the LilyPond community may find very
> useful: a web-based editor. Before you check it out, keep in mind that it's
> at a pre-alpha stage. It's likely that certain things won't work as
> expected, and it will probably crash and be down at times. I've only tested
> it in Chrome 15 and Firefox 9. It should work in Internet Explorer 9 or 10,
> but will almost certainly not work in IE8 or earlier.
> Saving will create a new URL that you can share with others. If they save,
> it will be saved as a new revision, preserving your original.
> This could be useful for:
> Posting example code that you'd like others to look at and mess with.
> Quick projects when you don't have access to your regular development
> environment.
> Perhaps as your main editor someday.
> Future features might include:
> Ability to open and save to your hard drive.
> Ability to open and save to Dropbox.
> Open to suggestions.
> See it at: 
> Let me know how it works for you!
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