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Re: xml2ly, a new translator from MusicXML to LilyPond

From: Urs Liska
Subject: Re: xml2ly, a new translator from MusicXML to LilyPond
Date: Sat, 01 Sep 2018 17:24:05 +0200
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Am 1. September 2018 17:09:23 MESZ schrieb Menu Jacques <address@hidden>:
>Hello Urs,
>My work (MSR, LPSR and xml2ly) is contributed to Grame’s library as the
>‘lilypond’ branch of their github repository.
>The aim is to merge them with the ‘dev’ branch soon, in which case it
>will become part of the library itself.

Ah, that clarifies things.

>My OP’s aim is to see how they can be built automatically and made
>available together with LilyPond on the three main OSes, should they be
>felt as useful for a number of Lily users.

I'm sure that can be made possible. Maybe the best bet would be to create a 
small wrapper that uses the library and can be deployed with LilyPond.

The question is whether that will be an improvement over the current state that 
is worth the effort.
I can think of several reasons why this could be the case (better 
coverage/"knowledge" of MusicXML, joining a wider MusicXML community etc.), but 
as said I'm still not at home yet and didn't have any chance to look into it.


>Quoted from Dominique Fober on this topic:
>       Binaries are not available from the git repository, they are
>distributed using sourceforge file release system.
>> Le 1 sept. 2018 à 11:50, Urs Liska <address@hidden> a écrit :
>> Am 1. September 2018 11:37:14 MESZ schrieb Victor Rouanet
>>> Le 01/09/2018 à 10:25, Menu Jacques a écrit :
>>>> I only have read access to the github issue tracker yet. How can
>>> I 
>>>> get working access to it?
>>> I guess you have to ask the repository owner to grant you the 
>>> appropriate permission, but I don't know github very well. We can
>>> exchange by email (peut-être en français :-)) if it suits you better
>>> for 
>>> the moment.
>> It is correct that the owner of a GitHub repository can grant access
>to a repository. AFAIK the privilege to edit issues is the same as the
>one for pushing, though.
>> However, I'm somewhat confused: do you have a new tool in your own
>repository it were you only referencing Dominique Fober's library (I
>don't have access to a PC right now, so I couldn't check it out)?
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