The mh bundle ============= Morten Hoegholm (c) 2002-2011 Lars Madsen (c) 2012 email: firstname.lastname@example.org License: LaTeX Project Public License The files in the mh bundle are: breqn.dtx flexisym.dtx mathstyle.dtx mhsetup.dtx mathtools.dtx empheq.dtx breqn-technotes.tex and derived files. The derived files of each .dtx-file are listed at the top of the respective .dtx-file. INSTALLATION ============ Running TeX on each dtx file extracts the runtime files. See the dtx files for details. DESCRIPTION =========== breqn ===== The breqn package facilitates automatic line-breaking of displayed math expressions. The package was originally developed by Michael J. Downes. flexisym ======== This package turns math symbols into macros. Is is required by breqn so that breqn can make intelligent decisions with respect to line-breaking and other details. mathstyle ========= Ensures uniform syntax for math subscript (_) and superscript (^) operations so that they always take exactly one argument. Grants access to the current mathstyle which eases several tasks such as avoiding the many pitfalls of \mathchoice and \mathpalette. This package is used by flexisym. mathtools ========= The mathtools package provides many useful tools for mathematical typesetting. It is based on amsmath and fixes various deficiencies of amsmath and standard LaTeX. It provides: -- Extensible symbols, such as brackets, arrows, harpoons, etc. -- Various symbols such as \coloneqq (:=). -- Easy creation of new tag forms. -- Showing only the referenced equations. -- Extensible arrows, harpoons and hookarrows. -- Starred versions of the amsmath matrix environments for specifying the column alignment. -- More building blocks: multlined, cases-like environments, new gathered environments. -- Math versions of \makebox, \llap, \rlap etc. -- Cramped math styles. -- and more... mathtools requires mhsetup. empheq ====== The empheq package is a visual markup extension designed to function on top of amsmath. It features: -- Boxing multi line math displays while leaving equation numbers untouched at the margin. Any kind of box will do. -- Making the ntheorem package place end-of-theorem markers perfectly. -- Placing arbitrary material on either side of math displays. This includes delimiters that automatically scale to the correct size. empheq requires mathtools. mhsetup ======= The mhsetup package defines various programming tools needed by both empheq and mathtools. In the future, most of these tools will probably be an integral part of LaTeX3. xfrac ===== A package for producing split level fractions in both text and math. This package started as a part of the MH bundle, but is not integrated into the l3packages bundle. BUG REPORTS =========== The bundle is maintained by: Lars Madsen <email@example.com> Will Robertson <firstname.lastname@example.org> Joseph Wright <email@example.com> Please report bugs firstname.lastname@example.org (or the entire team). =========== This README file was last revised 2013/02/12.
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mh – The MH bundle
The mh bundle is a series of packages designed to enhance the
appearance of documents containing a lot of math. The main
backbone is amsmath, so those
unfamiliar with this required part of the LaTeX system will
probably not find the packages very useful. Component parts of
the bundle are:
breqn, empheq, flexisym, mathstyle, mathtools and mhsetup,
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2002-2010 Morten Høgholm|
|Contained in||TeXLive as mh|
|MiKTeX as mh|
support for typesetting mathematics|
a collection of packages