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Sun, 19 Jul 2020 21:37:26 +0200
recently I found out that in February I had already given a substantial
shot at an openLilyLib website. I just stopped because I was looking
for something better that could conveniently create HTML and PDF pages.
Right now, while working on a new area of the main code base, I decided
to move forward in that direction, and now you have the first shell of
openLilyLib documentation neatly available at https://openlilylib.org.
I hope this will give many a good first idea about what this obscure
framework is and what it can be used for.
Note: the website is prepared for holding subpages for all the
packages, and of *that* nothing has been added yet, not even for oll-
core, which is arguably essential for a deeper understanding of
openLilyLib as a whole.
Nevertheless I hope this is a useful resource and convinces a number of
people of diving into it.
PS: If you want to try anything out you should checkout the branch
'properties` because that's what I'm currently working on.
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