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Lilypond User Guide By GNU GNU
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User guide for the GNU musical notation program Lilypond
Lilypond User Guide By GNU GNU
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User guide for the GNU musical notation program Lilypond
Lilypond 2.12 User Manual By GNU Lilypond
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This is a hard copy of the freely available user manual for Lilypond 2.12. This is printed by the Shaffer Music Library as a courtesy to the Lilypond community.
Lilypond 2.12 User Manual By GNU Lilypond
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This is a hard copy of the freely available user manual for Lilypond 2.12. This is printed by the Shaffer Music Library as a courtesy to the Lilypond community.
GNU Coreutils By David MacKenzie
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This manual documents version 8.7 of the GNU Core Utilities, including the standard programs for text and file manipulation.
GNU Make By Richard Stallman, Roland McGrath, Paul Smith
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GNU Make is an open source version of the Unix "make" build tool.
GNU Make By Richard Stallman, Roland McGrath, Paul Smith
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GNU Make is an open source version of the Unix "make" build tool.
GNU Autotools By David Mackenzie et al.
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The GNU Autotools suite (autoconf and automake) provide the standard cross-platform configuration and build system for open source Unix packages. This book documents both autoconf and automake in... More > the detail you need to set up your code with autotools.< Less
GNU Autotools By David Mackenzie et al.
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The GNU Autotools suite (autoconf and automake) provide the standard cross-platform configuration and build system for open source Unix packages. This book documents both autoconf and automake in... More > the detail you need to set up your code with autotools.< Less
GNU Readline Library By Chet Ramey, Brian Fox
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This manual describes the GNU Readline Library (version 6.1, 9 October 2009), a library which aids in the consistency of user interface across discrete programs which provide a command line interface.