The pst-asr package is based on PSTricks and is intended to be used by linguists to typeset autosegmental representations. The core files are 1) pst-asr.tex, the Tex macro file, 2) pst-asr.sty, a LaTex wrapper which calls pst-asr.tex, and 3) pst-asr-doc.pdf, the documentation. The complete Tex source for the documentation is zipped into pst-asr-doc-source.zip along with README.txt, which has instructions for generating the documentation. The file pst-asr-examples.tex is a LaTex file which contains almost all the examples in the documentation, very simply formatted (no packages other than pstricks, pst-xkey, and pst-asr are used) in order to facilitate user experimentation with pst-asr typesetting. Users should be able to run this file with little difficulty if pst-asr is fully installed or is simply in the same directory that pst-asr-examples.tex is in. pst-asr-examples.pdf shows what the source produces. This material is subject to the LaTeX Project Public License. See http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/help/Catalogue/licenses.lppl.html for the details of that license.
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pst-asr – Typeset autosegmental representations for linguists
The package allows the user to typeset autosegmental representations. It uses the PStricks, and xkeyval packages.
Examples of usage
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Contained in||TeXLive as pst-asr|
|MiKTeX as pst-asr|
package using PStricks for graphical output|
support for linguistics