Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] SCORE for UNIX/Linux ?
From: Dave Phillips (dlphilp_AT_bright.net)
Date: Mon Jul 19 2004 - 19:13:47 EEST
Yes, of course, you're right, TeX is also a requirement for LilyPond.
I guess when I'm using MT it feels like I'm using TeX, so the TeX aspect
feels "closer" than when I use LilyPond.
I ran PMX examples from the PMX package itself, in version 2.5.01.
I've just discovered the PDF manual, I'll study it today and try the
preprocessor again this evening.
Btw, I must congratulate you on your recent versions of NoteEdit.
Thank you for the fine software !
Joerg Anders wrote:
>On Mon, 19 Jul 2004, Chris Cannam wrote:
>>>A punch chard has only 128 columns.
>>I thought 80 was more usual?
>You are right (I have still one punch card here). Perhaps
>it was rather a Fortran input limitation.(?) Independend
>of this: The PMX input line must be shorter than 129 characters.
>(or shorther than 128 ???)
>BTW: If the TeX installation is regarded as drawback:
>Don't misunderstand this: LilyPond is impressive! But
>it requires a TeX installation, too ...
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