From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-01-13 09:51:18
Vladimir Prus <ghost_at_[hidden]> writes:
>> Nothing beats pencil for convenience, and often, expressivity. I used
>> to write music notation software and was constantly competing with the
>> composer's pencil (and losing).
> Except that you can't click "play" button on a paper sheet. Of course,
> *real* composers can play a piece of music in their minds.
Ain't that the truth? Wish I could.
>>>Problems with adding a new method keeps me somewhat dissatisfied
>>>with picture mode, either.
> Do you think pencil drawings can be improved to a usable state? E.g. by
> keeping lines straight, minimizing intersections, and more clear text?
Sure, that could work. Eventually they need to be digitized, but not
neccessarily converted to ASCII.
> And finally, will more diagrams help? E.g. sequence chart for generators?
I think so.
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