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Re: Julie: GUILE for Java

From: Bertalan Fodor
Subject: Re: Julie: GUILE for Java
Date: Wed, 5 Mar 2008 20:45:03 +0100

After I'm done with the new parser, I want to make a voting/survey among LPT 
users: what they want.


> ------- Original Message -------
> From: "Valentin Villenave" <address@hidden>
> To: "Bertalan Fodor" <address@hidden>
> Sent: 08/03/05/, 18:21:50
> Subject: Re: Julie: GUILE for Java
> 2008/3/5, Bertalan Fodor <address@hidden>:
> Hi Bert,
> congrats for this project! Having once given other Scheme-java
> implementations a (superficial) try, I have to fully approve you --
> these implementations are nowhere near GUILE-compatible.
> >  My goals are:
> >  - have bar checks work really as bar checks (using Duration objects etc.)
> Oh yes! We really do need those :)
> >  - have autocompletion in Scheme
> Looking forward to giving it a try...
> >  - perhaps some visual display of music written - I don't know how feasible
> > is this without implementing all of LilyPond in Java
> I don't know what you're thinking about, but it sounds quite thrilling.
> Off-topic: I already told you about some possible interface
> improvements I believed in; I'm kind of a newbie at all that, but I
> keep learning everyday :)
> What about (as I once suggested) starting by making the JPedal window
> dockable into jEdit's perspective; this way users could have an
> immediate (and maybe nearly-real-time, for smallest scores) visual
> preview of what they're typing?
> We'll talk about that on lily4jedit mailinglist, but your "visual
> display" thing made me remember about that.
> Cheers,
> Valentin

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