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Lilypond + Latex (WinXP)

From: Sami
Subject: Lilypond + Latex (WinXP)
Date: Fri, 22 Sep 2006 11:33:07 -0700 (PDT)

I have repeated this message in the user list by accident. I apologise. Here
is the original message:

Hi everyone. 

I seem to have a problem with lilypond-book, when it calls latex. 

I have WinXP SP2, TexLive 2005 from Ctan (the whole thing), and Lilypond
2.9.18 (development). I did this (meaning, I installed the development
version vs the stable one) to avoid some problems that I read were present
in the stable version (about TexLive). Anyway, I write in command line: 

lilypond-book --format=latex --psfonts --output=1stExample.tex

It responds: 

lilypond-book.py (GNU Lilypond) 2.9.18 
Reading 1stExample.lytex... 
Running latex...Traceback (most recent call last): 
   File "...\usr\bin\lilypond-book.py", line 1780, in ? main () 
   File "...\usr\bin\lilypond-book.py", line 1734, in main 
      chunks = do_file (file) 
   File "...\usr\bin\lilypond-book.py", line 1612, in do_file 
      set_default_options (source) 
   File "...\usr\bin\lilypond-book.py", line 746, in set_default_options 
      textwidth = get_latex_textwidth (source) 
   File "...\usr\bin\lilypond-book.py", line 1421, in get_latex_textwidth 
      ly.system ('latex %s' % tmpfile, be_verbose=global_options.verbose) 
   File "...\usr\share\lilypond\current\python\lilylib.py", line 99, in
   File "/usr/lib/python2.4/subprocess.py", line 542, in __init__ 
   File "/usr/lib/python2.4/subprocess.py", line 899, in _execute_child 
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'pipe' 

After that, nothing has been produced. 

Let me add that all the other formats except latex (in other words, texi,
texi-html and html) actually produce something. Only latex has this problem.
What can I do? I have so far done everything I read - installed the all-new
python, removed lililyb.py and convertrules and all, put them back, you name
it. Any help would be very appreciated. BTW, the 1stExample.lytex is the one
from the pdf book (the musicological example).
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