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Re: Lilypond Daemon

From: Graham Percival
Subject: Re: Lilypond Daemon
Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2007 12:48:16 -0700
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Peter Danenberg wrote:
     There  was  talk some time ago about a persistent Lily-
pond daemon that would  cut  down  the  initialization  time
between documents; have there been any developments?

There have been no developments to lilypond itself. This was a side project of mine, aimed at displaying computer-generated music in (approximate) realtime. I have a working version in Perl (which can be spread across multiple machines for faster rendering), and a few months ago I started rewriting it in python, but this has been on hold while I sort out LSR.

If you're looking for a faster way to display a single document, then you'd need to do some scheme and/or C programming. If you have specialized needs (like displaying a bunch of small pieces of music with no scheme or \paper{} variables) and don't mind getting your hands dirty with perl and/or python, then let's talk.

- Graham

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