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Re: lily book

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: lily book
Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2005 09:59:40 +0100
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Don't use texinfo. I definitely recommend to use LaTeX instead to write
the document. You can find a full example of a lilypond-book LaTeX
document in the manual. For an introduction to LaTeX, I recommend


Jean-marc LEGRAND wrote:

Hi list.

I'm trying to start with lilypond book, for I want to translate a counterpoint 
treaty (16th century)
from english to french.
I'm beginning to understand texinfo, but I can't manage to insert lily code 
(when I run texinfo, it
says that it doesn't know where lily is..).
Can anyone send me a lily book full sample, so I can start with more easely ?

Best regards !


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