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Re: Update on my question re. lilypond-book.

From: Lyle Raymond
Subject: Re: Update on my question re. lilypond-book.
Date: Fri, 30 Jul 2004 21:44:47 -0500
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I figured that out, and even wrote a shell script that handles the whole job.

The new question is this:

My lilypond code is embedded in chapter1.latex.  Chapter One of my book is a 
separate file which contains no \documentclass{} heading.  Lilypond-book 
doesn't like this.  How is this handled?


On Friday 30 July 2004 2:54 am, you wrote:
> Lyle Raymond wrote:
> > Yesterday I posted a question regarding a problem I was having with
> > lilypond-book (see original text below).  I since discovered that the
> > problem lies in using pdflatex to render the output.  Is there a fix?
> Not at the moment, since the TeX code generated by LilyPond that is
> included for each \begin{lilypond}...\end{lilypond} contains embedded
> Postscript commands that pdflatex cannot handle.
> The recommended solution for the moment is latex+dvips+ps2pdf, see
> the manual of lilypond-book for details.
>    /Mats

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