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Direc­tory graphics/pstricks/contrib/pst-node

This version of pst-node uses the xkeyval package, the extended
version of keyval.

Save the files pst-node.sty|.tex|.pro in a directory, which is part of your 
local TeX node. Then do not forget to run texhash to update this node
if these packages are new to your TeX distribution.
For more information  see the documentation of your LaTeX distribution 
on installing packages into your LaTeX distribution or the 
TeX Frequently Asked Questions:

pst-node needs pstricks, which should be part of your
local TeX installation, otherwise get it from a CTAN server, f.ex.

The documentation was build with a temporary file to
insert the pages from the original documentation via
the command \includepdf[pages=..]{pst-docfull}. 

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (433.9k).

pst-node – Nodes and node con­nec­tions in PSTricks

The pack­age en­ables the user to con­nect in­for­ma­tion, and to place la­bels, with­out know­ing (in ad­vance) the ac­tual po­si­tions of the items to be con­nected, or where the con­nect­ing line should go.

The macros are use­ful for mak­ing graphs and trees, math­e­mat­i­cal di­a­grams, lin­guis­tic syn­tax di­a­grams, and so on.

The pack­age con­tents were pre­vi­ously dis­tributed as a part of the pstricks base dis­tri­bu­tion; the pack­age serves as an ex­ten­sion to PSTricks.

Ver­sion1.39 2017-01-20
Li­cense The Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerTi­mothy Van Zandt (in­ac­tive)
Her­bert Voß
Michael Sharpe
Con­tained inTeX Live as pst-node
MiKTeX as pst-node
Topics graph­ics pro­duced by one of the * en­gines
sup­port for lin­guis­tics
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