CTAN Update: Version 2.00 of TikZ/pgf
> This new version of the TikZ and pgf graphic package's comes with a > large number of new features, too numerous to list them all. Hilights > are Mark Wibrow's decoration library, Mark's new shapes, the improved > notations for doing geometric drawings, fadings (the transparency > version of shadings), easy shadows, improved support for systems like > xetex, as well as countless bugfixes. > > This version *may break existing code* (hence the big version step). > We tried to make sure that 99% of all code will still work exactly as > it did before and all larger documents that the developers and some > volunteers tried still look exactly as they did before, but there a > number of places where unavoidable changes had to be done. Known > changes that break existing code: > > - There was a bug in the diamond shape that caused it to be twice as > large as the minimum size required. This has been fixed. However, if > you code relied on the wrong minimum size handling, your diamond > shapes will now be too small. > > - Snakes are now handled by decorations internally. While this offers > endless new possibilities, you are no longer allowed to use negative > values with the after snake gap option. The documentation did neither > explicitly allow nor forbid this, so some people may have used this. > > - The basic layer has been restructured. Some things moved into the > core, other stuff moved into something new, called modules. > Typically, you will not notice this at all, but it is imaginable that > you may need to include a different library or module, now, to > compile your code. > > > Also note that the PDF-file of the manual has moved to a less obscure > location: It is now at .../doc/generic/pgf/pgfmanual.pdf (and no > longer at .../doc/generic/pgf/version-for-pdftex/en/...) > > > Happy TeXing everyone, > Till
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pgf – Create PostScript and PDF graphics in TeX
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-friendly syntax layer called TikZ.
Its usage is similar to pstricks and the standard picture environment. PGF works with plain (pdf-)TeX, (pdf-)LaTeX, and ConTeXt. Unlike pstricks, it can produce either PostScript or PDF output.
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