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Welcome to abc2mtex Version 1.6.1

The archived distribution of abc2mtex contains the following files
(which should all be available where you found this):-

README		-- this file

	Packages
	========
abc2mtex1.6.1.tar.gz	-- the whole package tarred and gzipped for UNIX users
Install.unix		-- how to install the UNIX version

abc2mtex.zip		-- the whole package zipped for PC users
Install.pc		-- how to install the PC version

MacABC1.6.1.hqx		-- the package and more hqx'ed for Mac users
				(note that the Mac distribution may lag behind
				 the rest and may not be the latest version)
OzTeX4ABC.hqx		-- all a Mac user needs from TeX to use MacABC
Install.mac		-- how to install the Mac version

	Introduction
	============
INTRO.html		-- a hypertext introduction to abc
	(e.g. URL http://celtic.stanford.edu/pub/tunes/abc2mtex/INTRO.html)
INTRO.txt		-- an ascii version of the introduction to abc

	Documentation
	=============
usrguide.ps		-- a compiled PostScript version of the usrguide
abc.txt			-- the rules of abc notation in ascii
				(a cut down version of the usrguide)
Changes			-- changes between this version and version 1.5

If you want to try out the package, just download the appropiate
package and Install file (the documentation files are all included
as part of the package). If you just want to find out about abc
notation - a simple alphabetical music notation system - have
a look at the documentation (the INTRO is the best place to start).

	Chris Walshaw
	C.Walshaw@gre.ac.uk