Tom's data music presentations materials
Each presentation is a file in the present directory, referencing figures in the figures directory.
I have run this successfully on OpenBSD 6.0, OpenBSD 6.1, Fedora 25.0, and Ubuntu 16.04 or 17.04 (not sure which).
Download the repository as either a tarball
tar xzf data-music-presentations.tar.gz cd data-music-presentations
or as a Fossil repository.
fossil clone https://thomaslevine.com/scm/data-music-presentations data-music-presentations.fossil mkdir data-music-presentations cd data-music-presentations fossil open ../data-music-presentations.fossil
pkg_add git(OpenBSD)apt-get install libpng-dev libxft2-dev(Ubuntu) (And I didn't record the Fedora dependencies.)
Build the modified sent program like this.
Then run something like this to view the slides.
The slides are written in a patched version of sent. The patch is vendor/sent.diff. The main change is to support embedding of things other than images.
In case you don't manage to install the software, see the slides/notes in the root of the repository and the figures in the "figures" directory.