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Re: feasibilty question: simple GUI for web-based Lilypond instance

From: Andrew Bernard
Subject: Re: feasibilty question: simple GUI for web-based Lilypond instance
Date: Sat, 24 Oct 2020 11:26:18 +1100

I don't think this concept is feasible without a mammoth effort of
work. However, this may pique your interest Keiran:

Nothing is impossible.

Is it that you want more than one person to edit the LilyPond source
simultaneously? Sounds like a recipe for chaos to me. [I am not fully
comprehending this idea of yours.]

Why could you not have the source file on say Google Drive, reflected
to the local computer, and edit with local LilyPond/Frescobaldi? Save
back to drive, for all to see and use. [Raises my questions about file
locking protocol etc, but this would work, at the very least.] If cost
of GD for students is an issue, I run NextCloud on my Linux Servers.
It's just the same, if not better, and it's open source. Only cost is
my server monthly cost, which would be a component of any solution in
any case, regardless.


> On Fri, Oct 23, 2020 at 13:35, Kieren MacMillan 
> <> wrote:
> > The app/site *must* allow entry of notes using either a MIDI keyboard or a 
> > "Quick Entry" (mouse-click) type UI; drag-and-drop would obviously be a 
> > bonus, but is hardly necessary.

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