The old wsuipa phonetic fonts often don't compile on newer TeX installations. The wsuipa fonts were superseded by the tipa fonts. The wsu2tipa program translates a LaTeX file with wsuipa font commands into a file with tipa font commands. To compile on Unix: flex -B -8 wsu2tipa.l gcc -s -Wall -o wsu2tipa lex.yy.c -lfl rm lex.yy.c If you have a C compiler, but no Flex, you can use the pre-flexed file wsu2tipa.c -- Peter Kleiweg http://www.let.rug.nl/~kleiweg/
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wsuipa2tipa – Translate wsuipa font commands into tipa font commands
Old wsuipa fonts don't compile well on newer TeX distributions, and may be unavailable on your local installation. The fonts are superseded by the newer tipa fonts. The program wsu2tipa works as a filter that translates an old LaTeX document, replacing all wsuipa font commands with tipa font commands.
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