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 ========================  physymb  ============================
 Created by David Zaslavsky <diazona@ellipsix.net>

The physymb package contains a bunch of assorted macros that may
be useful to physicists (and perhaps occasionally mathematicians).

The package contains four files:

* README: This file :)
* physymb.pdf: The PDF documentation, which details all the macros
   defined by the package.
* physymb.dtx: The documented source. Running pdflatex on this
   reproduces the PDF documentation.
* physymb.ins: The installer file. Running latex or pdflatex on
   this will generate the actual package file, physymb.sty.

To install the package, it should be enough to just copy physymb.sty
to the tex/latex/physymb/ directory (which you may need to create)
within your local TDS tree, which is typically $HOME/texmf/ on
a Linux system. The location varies on Windows. It's also recommended
to copy physymb.pdf into doc/latex/physymb/ under the TDS tree.

If you don't know what a TDS tree is, or want to have this explained
in more detail, see
http://www.tex.ac.uk/cgi-bin/texfaq2html?label=instpackages

physymb is licensed under the LaTeX Project Public License,
version 1.3 or later.

Files

Name Size Date Notes
README 1192 2011-05-10 02:00
physymb.dtx 40675 2011-05-10 01:58
physymb.ins 1701 2011-01-05 08:45
physymb.pdf 289060 2011-05-10 01:58

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (293.3k).

physymb – As­sorted macros for Physi­cists

The pack­age con­tains a large col­lec­tion of small macros that may be use­ful to physi­cists and oc­ca­sion­ally some math­e­mati­cians. It stream­lines writ­ing Dirac no­ta­tion, deriva­tives, vec­tor vari­ables, unit vec­tors, sci­en­tific no­ta­tion, el­e­men­tary par­ti­cles, and many other things.

Pack­age De­tailsphysymb
Ver­sion0.2
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Copy­right2005-2011 David Zaslavsky
Main­tainerDavid Zaslavsky
Con­tained inTeXlive as physymb
MikTeX as physymb
Topics sup­port for type­set­ting physics doc­u­ments
See also braket
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