With just these two you already have most of the experience there if you can trigger the typesetting process somehow. In fact, one of the built-in concepts, Tasks , can be used to easily run the LilyPond typesetting process. This example is Windows specific, but easy to adapt to other platforms. Once you have that set up, Ctrl-Shift-B can be used to trigger typesetting the currently open LilyPond file, with the output in a dedicated terminal. With a bit more work, it would probably be possible to write a problem matcher for the output to detect warnings and errors, and mark the task as failed. You are commenting using your WordPress.
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LilyPond is a music engraving software. Unfortunately, LilyPond is not so easy for the newbie when more features are needed. Besides, not everybody is fond of a terminal window. Thankfully, there is Frescobaldi.