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Tue, 1 Apr 2014 14:18:43 -0700 (PDT)
Here is a crazy and implausible idea that I thought I'd share for curiosity's
sake, just thinking out loud for kicks and not as a serious suggestion:
Mozilla has introduced tools that make it possible to compile large C/C++
including intense 3D games. Could this work for LilyPond's C++ code?
But then what about LilyPond's Scheme code? There's also a Scheme to
talk to each other. The mind reels at the thought...
I know nothing of these things outside of Mozilla's blog, but every time
they post about it I can't help but think of LilyPond, so I just wanted to
get it off my mind.
 Emscripten and asm.js:
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