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CTAN Up­date: Ver­sion 1.18 of pgf/TikZ

Date: June 15, 2007 7:52:59 AM CEST
On Wed, 13 Jun 2007 Till Tan­tau sub­mit­ted ver­sion 1.18of his PGF/TikZ pack­age. Lo­ca­tion on CTAN: /graph­ics/pgf Li­cense: Mixed LPPL/GPL/FDL PGF is a macro pack­age for cre­at­ing graph­ics. It is plat­form- and for­mat-in­de­pen­dent and works to­gether with the most im­por­tant TeX back­end drivers, in­clud­ing pdf­tex and dvips. It comes with a user-friedly syn­tax layer called TikZ. Its us­age is sim­i­lar to pstricks and the stan­dard pic­ture en­vi­ron­ment. Un­like pstricks, it can pro­duce ei­ther PostScript or PDF out­put, and works with plain (pdf-)TeX, (pdf-)LaTeX, and ConTeXt. Re­lease notes: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- This new ver­sion of pgf/TikZ con­tains new fea­tures and fixes a num­ber of bugs. A no­table new fea­ture is the new math li­brary due to Mark Wi­brow, which al­lows you to use fancy math­e­mat­i­cal ex­pres­sions di­rectly in­side TikZ. This re­lease also in­cludes a ma­trix li­brary, which sim­pli­fies align­ments. There are now com­mands that al­low you to ex­tract pic­tures into sep­a­rate files more asily. Some users will also en­joy the new cal­en­dar sup­port. Fi­nal­lly, if you have al­ways been look­ing for an easy way to cre­ate a tri­an­gu­lar shape, have a look at Mark's reg­u­lar poly­gon shape. Although this ver­sion should al­ready be per­fectly us­able and rea­son­ably bug-free, it is still a beta-ver­sion. Re­lease 1.20 will be the next sta­ble ver­sion. I will re­lease it within a few weeks, once I got feed­back on this ver­sion. Change log: Ver­sion 1.18: - Added reg­u­lar poly­gon and start shapes (by Mark Wi­brow). - Added graphic ex­ter­nal­iza­tion com­mands. - Added barycen­tric co­or­di­nate sys­tem. - Added di­rect TikZ plot­ting of func­tion based on math en­gine. - Added math doc­u­men­ta­tion into main doc­u­men­ta­tion. - Added Mark Wi­brow's math li­brary. - Added cal­en­dar sup­port. - Added ma­trix stuff. - Added au­to­matic driver se­lec­tion for xe­tex. - Added "growth par­ent an­chor" op­tion. - Fixed su­per­flu­ous spaces in quick math parse code - Fixed su­per­flu­ous \new­boxes in math and im­age code - Fixed mth parser to rec­og­nize \wd\my­box. - Fixed wrong \pgf­math­se­tran­dom­seed - Fixed wrong \pgf­math­ra­di­ans@ - Fixed prob­lems with long man­tissa and plain tex math code. - Fixed things so that \setlength works in pic­tures, once more. - Fixed se­lect­font prob­lem in pdf­sys-dvipdfm.def - Fixed prob­lem with lost lastx/lasty in fore­ach in TikZ. - Fixed snake+rect­an­gle+trans­form prob­lem. - Fixed rect­an­gle+rounded cor­ner prob­lem. - Fixed postscrip eofill1 prob­lem. - Fixed ams­math/pgf clash be­cause of wrong def­i­ni­tion of \: - Fixed size of hy­per­links in­side nodes. - Fixed ConTeXt prob­lem in pgf­base­plot. - Fixed .aux prob­lems in plain and ConTeXt mode. Us­ing .pgf as ex­ten­sion now. _______________________________________________ This pack­age is lo­cated at http://tug.ctan.org/tex-archive/graph­ics/pgf/ . More in­for­ma­tion is at http://tug.ctan.org/cgi-bin/ctanPack­ageIn­for­ma­tion.py?id=pgf (if the pack­age is new it may take a day for that in­for­ma­tion to ap­pear). We are sup­ported by the TeX Users Group http://www.tug.org . Please join a users group; see http://www.tug.org/user­groups.html . _______________________________________________ Thanks for the up­load. For the CTAN Team Rainer Schöpf

pgf – Create PostScript and PDF graph­ics in

PGF is a macro pack­age for cre­at­ing graph­ics. It is plat­form- and for­mat-in­de­pen­dent and works to­gether with the most im­por­tant back­end drivers, in­clud­ing pdf and dvips. It comes with a user-friendly syn­tax layer called TikZ.

Its us­age is sim­i­lar to pstricks and the stan­dard pic­ture en­vi­ron­ment. PGF works with plain (pdf-), (pdf-), and Cont. Un­like pstricks, it can pro­duce ei­ther PostScript or PDF out­put.

Pack­agepgf
Ver­sion3.1.1 2019-02-02
Copy­right2005–2016 Till Tan­tau
Main­tainerChris­tian Feuer­sänger
Till Tan­tau

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