aamehl at bezeqint.net
Tue May 18 01:28:24 EDT 2004
Thanks I will check EPOZ out, I never looked cause it was WYSIWYG, but
your right. What about editor features to a text box anyone?
On =D7=92', 2004-05-18 at 08:34, Terry Hancock wrote:
> On Monday 17 May 2004 10:55 pm, Aaron wrote:
> > I am trying to set up a zope based web application which manages musi=
> > content, specifically lilypond notation, ogg-vorbis audio, midi, and
> > information about these files (songs)
> > I need a way to give users of the project a way to add, correct, edit
> > etc. lilypond files.
> Interesting project. :-)
> > 1. the ability to edit on the web page itself either:
> > a.) with colorization, completion etc of common lilypond funtions=
> > this is already available with vim and emacs, but I would like=20
> > to add some of that functunality to a zope textbox.
> > b.) A more graphical front end to lilypond where the user see's
> > graphics of the various elements and clicks on them with the mouse =
> > uses a shortcut key) to add the elements to the page.=09
> > 2. the ability to edit lilypond files remotely and upon save upload
> > them to the zope server.
> > In the above cases midi playback of the resulting files would take pl=
> > by sending the file to the lilypond parser and playing the result in =
> > midi player.
> > How do I go about creating from scratch such an editing enviroment or
> > modifying and existing one?
> compatible with very recent versions of Internet Explorer and Mozilla.
> I'd research the "Epoz" project for that. I bet some of the code could
> be applied to your project. (?)
> Generating music is pretty easy -- you just call the lilypond parser
> from your Zope server when you submit the form. The return page provid=
> a link to the digitized sound data. You probably want to use the
> streaming "LocalFS" system or something similar, in case the datafile
> is large.
> Terry Hancock ( hancock at anansispaceworks.com )
> Anansi Spaceworks http://www.anansispaceworks.com
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