M-Tx is an easy to use preprocessor language for the
PMX music typesetting program, aimed at people who are not experts. For an
easy example, have a look at the following example:
c2+ e4 g | b4d- c1 d c2 |
c8 g+ e g c- g+ e g | d g f g c- g+ e g |
For syntax reference, please look at the M-Tx manual written by Dirk
Laurie, the creator of the M-Tx language and the author of prepmx, its
command line utility.
prepmx processes the file
jobname.mtx to generate
jobname.pmx. You can then process this file using the pmx command.
PMX is a preprocessor for MusiXTeX.
outdir/ is the directory where pmx will put the final .tex file. Note that the
trailing slash is mandatory. You can provide a
stylefile for M-Tx. If omitted, the file mtxstyle.txt in the current
directory is used, if there is one.