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Re: charge of lilypond

From: Han-Wen Nienhuys
Subject: Re: charge of lilypond
Date: Sat, 24 Feb 2007 12:33:53 +0100
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Francisco Vila escreveu:
> El sáb, 24 de feb de 2007, a las 10:27:51 +0100, laurent-ducos dijo:
>> We noticed by using lilypond that the invocation of lilypond is so
>> greedy in resource processor. They is a little tedious for the use of
>> lilypond in cgi at the time of connection multiples. Does Y have to you
>> it a means of calling upon lilypond in a more sparing mode? Is the speed
>> of execution of lilypond it a criterion of development? Thank you
> I propose (at least in windows) to leave a part of the program
> resident so that invocation are less painful. Office and OpenOffice do
> this and Lily needs this as well, I think.

The best way to do this, is to write a scheme extension that 
reads file names from a socket or a pipe, processes those.
Then you can save on the startup time of LilyPond.


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