The expressg MetaPost package provides facilities to assist in drawing diagrams that consist of boxes, lines, and annotations, such as IDEF or UML. Particular support is provided for creating EXPRESS-G diagrams. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Author: Peter Wilson (CUA) now at email@example.com until June 2004 (or: pandgwilson at earthlink dot net) Copyright 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Peter R. Wilson This work may be distributed and/or modified under the conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, either version 1.3 of this license or (at your option) any later version. The latest version of the license is in http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt and version 1.3 or later is part of all distributions of LaTeX version 2003/06/01 or later. This work has the LPPL maintenance status "author-maintained". This work consists of the files: README (this file) expressg.dtx expressg.ins and the derived files: expressg.pdf expressg.mp expeg.mp expeg.tex n2mps.sh n2mpsprl.prl ----------------------------------------------------------------- The distribution consists of the following files: README (this file) expressg.ins expressg.dtx expressg.pdf (approximately 100 pages) expeg.pdf aam.mp aamfigs.tex aamfigs.pdf Changes in version 1.61 (2004/03/17) o Added parentheses to namespace macro Changes in version 1.6 (2004/02/29) o Additional `box' types: outputbox, stickfigure, bullseye Changes in version 1.5 (2003/07/31) o Minor bug fixes Changes in version 1.4 (2000/07/10) o Additional line end types Changes in version 1.3 (2000/05/22) o Additional box and line types o Additional examples o Scripts for copying files basename.N to basenameN.mps, where N is an integer Changes in version 1.2 (1999/11/15) o Additional examples Changes in version 1.1 (1999/10/30) o New path calculation routines o Improved documentation Changes in version 1.0 (1996/05/09) o First public release To install the package: o run: latex expressg.ins (which will generate expressg.mp, expeg.mp, expeg.tex, n2mps.sh and n2mpsprl.prl) o run: latex expressg.dtx (Note: if you don't have the docmfp package, read the instructions at the start of this file) o If you want an index then run: makeindex -s gind.ist expressg o run: latex expressg.dtx o Print expressg.dvi for a hardcopy of the package manual o Move expressg.mp to a location where MetaPost will find it. o To use the scripts make them executable (and they may require editing to run on your system). The file expeg.ps contains some example diagrams. To generate your own copy, and to test your installation: o Move expeg.mp and expeg.tex to a working directory o Run MetaPost on expeg.mp (probably either as: mp expeg or as: mpost expeg) o Run LaTeX on expeg.tex o print the result via dvips or other dvi processor that supports PostScript graphics. The file aam.mp contains some more example MetaPost code. The resulting diagrams are in aamfigs.pdf which has been generated by pdfLaTeX from aamfigs.tex. 2004/03/17 Peter Wilson
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expressg – Diagrams consisting of boxes, lines, and annotations
A METAPOST package providing facilities to assist in drawing diagrams that consist of boxes, lines, and annotations. Particular support is provided for creating EXPRESS-G diagrams, for example IDEF1X, OMT, Shlaer-Mellor, and NIAM diagrams. The package may also be used to create UML and most other Box-Line-Annotation charts, but not Gantt charts directly.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Copyright||2001-2004 Peter R. Wilson|
|Maintainer||Peter R. Wilson|
|Contained in||TeXLive as expressg|
|MiKTeX as expressg|
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