The abc package lets you include lines of music written in the ABC Plus language (http://abcplus.sourceforge.net). This is version 2.0 of the package Copyright 2006-2008 Enrico Gregorio This program is provided under the terms of the LaTeX Project Public License distributed from CTAN archives in directory macros/latex/base/lppl.txt. Author: Enrico Gregorio Enrico dot Gregorio at univr dot it This work has the LPPL maintenance status "author-maintained". This work consists of the following files: README (this file) abc.dtx abc.ins abc.pdf and of the derived files abc.sty mup.sty example.tex poll.abc mupexa.tex simple.mup To install the distribution: o run "latex abc.ins" o run "latex -shell-escape example.tex" for a test o move "abc.sty" and "mup.sty" to locations where LaTeX will find it (the FAQ on CTAN in /help/uktug-FAQ gives more information about this magic place) Please note that you need, on your system, the utilities "abcm2ps" (http://abcplus.sourceforge.net), either "ps2eps" (which comes with TeX Live) or "ps2epsi" (which comes with Ghostscript), and epstopdf (which comes with TeX Live) if you use pdflatex. If you want to compile the Mup examples, you need the utility "mup" (http://www.arkkra.com), along with the Postscript utilities mentioned above. Note also that you must enable "shell escape" on your TeX system via the command line switch (at least); see your distribution's documentation. However, this is not strictly necessary in order to use the package, see the documentation. 2008/03/03 Enrico Gregorio
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abc – Support ABC music notation in LaTeX
The abc package lets you include lines of music written in the ABC Plus language. The package will then employ the \write18 facility to convert your notation to PostScript (using the established utility abcm2ps) and hence to the format needed for inclusion in your document.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.2|
|Copyright||2005 Enrico Gregorio|
|Contained in||TeXlive as abc|
|MikTeX as abc|
import files in a non-TeX (or different TeX) format|
typesetting music and related stuff