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Re: point and click implementation

From: ArnoldTheresius
Subject: Re: point and click implementation
Date: Thu, 11 Apr 2013 05:51:25 -0700 (PDT)

Eluze wrote
> Phil Holmes-2 wrote
>> "Eluze" <

>> eluzew@

>> > wrote in message 
>> news:

>> address@hidden

>> ...
>> ...
>> See http://code.google.com/p/lilypond/issues/detail?id=3306 - there's a
>> bug 
>> in lilypad.  ...
> sorry for reporting the same!
> Eluze


and there are at least some *fundamental* enhancement requests for lilypad.
I'm not sure if they're allready listed, and I did not check until now in
the issue list:
- no UTF-8 support (I would expect: UTF-8 only) [698]
- no reuse of allready opened edit windows (popup the edit window if the
file is allready opened, and send a »goto line/column command« to this
- no display of the current line and column of the cursor position
- no »goto line/column« in the menu

All this lead me to use notepad together with a special
»popup_or_launch_notepad__then_goto_line_and_column« at my installation.

Nevertheless, I'll try if I can get lilypad cross-compiled in the UBUNTU
development VM image (mingw is allready added).
Using notepad-plus as a new base of lilypad (or call it then lilypad-plus)
would still be much work - perhaps too much work.
I often aksed myself if it's worth for me to create a special text editor to
use with lilypond on windows, but I know this would be a lot of work even if
I can start with another freeware editor. Perhaps more time required than I
can afford.


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