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I've created all kinds of ToDo lists on my wiki front page.

Some of the ToDo lists have their own page, whose contents also get displayed in the front page through transclusions. Unfortunately, said transclusions are not very smart:

* a Major Title doesn't get shrunk to the right size.

* one should have the option of truncating transcluded pages that are too long, e.g. with an ellipsis link.


Such features should be required of a true Content Management System.

LilyPond

Aug. 8th, 2006 10:38 pm
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WikiTeX's music language is LilyPond, which looks very much like the RightThing. ... and I don't care much for sheet-music.

There is also a conversion program called abc2ly.

AFAICT, it's got everything become the open standard.
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I think that LaTeX would be a good basis towards my dream of editors for arbitrary data structures, including deep, interactive structures that might have several different visualizations, or that might not even be visualizable all at once.

Can we somehow encode the "visual semantics" (plural) of these formats in such a way as to automatically generate WYSIWYG editors? How much can we automate the process of, given an arbitrary new structure, creating GUIs for editing it? I guess the question is "how much do different visualizations of different formats have in common?"
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