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The score2eps program is a PERL script for converting SCORE binary (.MUS, .PAG), ASCII (.pmx, .txt, etc), or ScoreXML files into Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) file using SCORE version 4 for MS-DOS running with dosemu in linux.


Option Name    Description
-d Run in debug mode: the SCORE editor will be displayed while the printing process is running. This is useful to identify problems in the printing process, such as interacting with warning messages in SCORE for large pages.
-l # Limit the maximum lines in a PMX file (does not check binary SCORE files). The default maximum is 1150 lines. If a file contains too many objects which exceeds the display vectors in the SCORE editor, a warning message will appear in the editor which cannot be handled by automated processing (but can be manually dealt with using the -d option). ASCII page files larger than this size will be skipped and a warning message printed so that large page printing can be monitored using the -d option.
-m filename Write the SCORE macro file used to print the pages, but exit before running the macro file. A filename for writing the macrofile is required for this option.
-r Replace any EPS files which already esist. (see also the -s option)
-s Skip any existing EPS files. By default the program will exit with an error if it finds any pre-existing EPS files which it is asked to overwrite. (see also the -r option)
-w dir Set the working directory if not the current working directory.



Installation notes