[texhax] executables in miktex/bin directory

Frauke Jurgensen frauke at videotron.ca
Wed Dec 15 17:18:15 CET 2004

Sorry, wrong subject line the first time!

      >my name is Alexander Frank, math graduate student
      >I've installed the musixtex package following the instructions
from the
      >warner icking page (the oficial site).... and I added a few
      >files to the miktex/bin directory...
      >I work with WinEdt on Windows XP and it seems that this program
      >know about the existence of musixflx.exe (located in miktex/bin
      >because the output of the files that I create are not 
influenciated by
      >this file. Perhaps I have to configurate something in WinEdt, but I'm
      >lost.... I've been looking through apparently all the menues and
files to
      >configurate... and nothing.... also I've included in the miktex/bin
      >directory some preprocessor executables and I don't know how to
call them
      >from WinEdt (pmxab.exe, mtx.exe).
      >(I've refreshed the miktex database.... also I've looked for
      >with an option into WinEdt and only appears the basic executables...
      >tex.exe.... latex.exe... yap.exe... etc. I've looked into
      >Startup.edt, Tex System.edt and I didn't find something related)
      >Trying to find some help at the WinEdt page I've found you....

- Ignored:
      >I appreciate your time... and I hope you can find a solution out
to help me.
      >Thank you very much....
      >                     Alexander Frank M.
      I'm not sure how WinEdt comes into all of this, but when using
      on a Linux box, you need to run

      tex mypiece
      musixflx mypiece.mx1
      tex mypiece

      that is, YOU need to run musixflx, and then tex your file again.
Try that !

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