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Re: Emacs lilypond-mode

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: Emacs lilypond-mode
Date: Mon, 03 Sep 2007 14:22:16 +0200
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Nice work! I wasn't aware of the skeleton feature in Emacs and have used
a more or less unmaintained Emacs package called dmacro for similar
purposes in other applications.

However, I hope you are aware of the interactive skeleton builder available for
Jedit in the LilyPondTool, see


Shelagh Manton wrote:
On Sun, 2007-09-02 at 03:41 -0700, Graham Percival wrote:
Shelagh Manton wrote:
I am not sure of the procedure of drawing attention to work like this,
how or where to upload the file. I would appreciate if someone could
look over the file, try it out and see if it might be useful.
I can't help directly with this (I'm a vim guy with no emacs experience), and perhaps this is old news to you, but we have some info about emacs in the new Program Usage documentation (2.11 only). If you haven't seen it, take a look. The info might be old news to you, or it might even be incorrect (in which case, please suggest fixes), but the files referenced in those docs might give you some pointers.

- Graham

Thank you for your reply.
It is  a simple addition to the emacs lilypond-mode stuff. I am not sure
how people add to this, as it's not part of the LilyPond code proper and
thus sending a diff -u is not appropriate. Maybe just sending it to this
list is enough.
It has been tested only my own computer I wish to have others use it to
see if it worked OK for them. Perhaps sending it to the user list would
be better?

Lastly, as I am not a programmer, more in the nature of a trained monkey
having taught myself how to use the emacs skeleton extension reasonably
well, I was hoping to attract the attention of someone who did know
elisp and could either help me work out how to do the things I wished in
the script or implement the functions themselves :).


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