mlang at blind.guru
Thu Oct 29 22:47:29 UTC 2020
With all this recent talk of parsing, and me being in the process of
redoing my homepage with Hakyll (read, Pandoc) I can not help but think
of a long-term project of mine. I've written two different programs to
handle braille music code. FreeDots (Java) which converts MusicXML to Braille
Music Code, and BMC (C++) which converts Braille Music Code to LilyPond and
MusicXML. Combining the insight that Haskell is perfect for writing
compilers, and Pandoc being one of the most successful Haskell
applications, I can not help but wonder: Maybe I am after Panmusic?
Before another wasted attempt of stupidly reinventing the wheel,
I need to ask: Is anyone working on the universal music notation converter
in Haskell? If not yet, would you be interested to?
The colest thing I know to a versatile format converter right now
is music21. However, I'd much rather see this job done
in Haskell then in any other language.
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