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Direc­tory support/wsuipa2tipa

The old wsuipa phonetic fonts often don't compile on newer TeX
installations. The wsuipa fonts were superseded by the tipa fonts. The
wsu2tipa program translates a LaTeX file with wsuipa font commands into
a file with tipa font commands.

To compile on Unix:

    flex -B -8 wsu2tipa.l
    gcc -s -Wall -o wsu2tipa lex.yy.c -lfl
    rm lex.yy.c

If you have a C compiler, but no Flex, you can use the pre-flexed file
Peter Kleiweg

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wsuipa2tipa – Trans­late wsuipa font com­mands into tipa font com­mands

Old wsuipa fonts don't com­pile well on newer dis­tri­bu­tions, and may be un­avail­able on your lo­cal in­stal­la­tion. The fonts are su­per­seded by the newer tipa fonts. The pro­gram wsu2tipa works as a fil­ter that trans­lates an old doc­u­ment, re­plac­ing all wsuipa font com­mands with tipa font com­mands.

Li­cense GNU Gen­eral Public Li­cense
Main­tainer Peter Klei­weg
Topics sup­port for pho­netic no­ta­tion
See also wsuipa
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