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8.2) Where can I get Bagpipe TeX?




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This article is from the Bagpipe FAQ, by Denise McNickle denisem@southwind.net with numerous contributions by others.

8.2) Where can I get Bagpipe TeX?

Before getting Bagpipe TeX you'll first need TeX and MusicTeX. TeX is
the actual binary executable, and MusicTeX/Bagpipe TeX are macros which are
used with TeX.

If you are using a Unix system, you may want to see whether TeX and
MusicTeX are already installed. If you need to get them, they can be had by
anonymous FTP from any of the following sites:

SITE              TeX Directory           MusicTeX Directory
  
ftp.shsu.edu      /tex-archive            /tex-archive/macros/musictex
ftp.dante.de      /tex-archive            /tex-archive/macros/musictex 
ftp.tex.ac.uk     /tex-archive            /tex-archive/macros/musictex

Bagpipe TeX is available by anonymous ftp from celtic.stanford.edu in the
directory /pub/tunes/bagpipe.tex

PC AND MAC USERS NOTE: the above assumes you are installing TeX on a Unix
system. If you wish to install on a PC you will need EmTeX instead of TeX. If
you are installing on a Mac you will need OzTeX instead of TeX. In either case
you will also need MusicTeX and Bagpipe TeX. Instructions for downloading and
installing TeX, MusicTeX and bagpipe.tex on a PC are available on the WWW as:
http://www2.southwind.net/~denisem (in the Bagpipes section)

 

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