|Subject:||Enabling Frescobaldi to load external extensions|
|Date:||Tue, 27 Nov 2018 18:20:55 +0100|
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If my basic approach is accepted by the other developers this will allow the creation of very simple Python packages that can be loaded as extensions in Frescobaldi. They will have access to the whole functionality that is available within Frescobaldi, but of course using this will require the knowledge, so it won't be trivial for everybody to create their own extensions (but it'll be a simpler task than it is now to find *someone* to create extensions, e.g. as a commission). What I've found so far (which was one of the motivations to actually do something) is that Frescobaldi is a perfect environment to place some project management GUIs into, which the extension API will make much simpler.
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