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CTAN update: pst-eucl

Date: November 22, 2019 9:11:20 PM CET
-- Herbert Voß submitted an update to the pst-eucl package. Version number: 1.68 2019-11-21 License type: lppl Summary description: Euclidian geometry with PSTricks Announcement text:
1.68 2019/11/21 - add macros to construct a triangle by SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS, \pstTriangleSSS, \pstTriangleSAS, etc. - add macro to get the bisector node of angle AOB, \pstBisectorAOB, refer to pstBissectBAC, pstOutBissectBAC. - add macro to get the Golden Mean node of a given segment, \pstGoldenMean. - add macro to define an ellipse by its focus(F) and directrix line(l) and eccentricity(e), \pstGeneralEllipseFle. - add macro to define an ellipse by quadratic curve equation $ax^2+bxy+cy^2+dx+ey+f=0$, \pstGeneralEllipseCoef. - add macro to define an ellipse by given five points, \pstGeneralEllipseABCDE. - add macro to define an parabola by its focus(F) and directrix line(l), \pstGeneralParabolaFl. - add macro to define an parabola by quadratic curve equation $ax^2+bxy+cy^2+dx+ey+f=0$, \pstGeneralParabolaCoef. - add macro to define an parabola by given five points, \pstGeneralParabolaABCDE. - add macro to define an hyperbola by its focus(F) and directrix line(l) and eccentricity(e), \pstGeneralHyperbolaFle. - add macro to define an hyperbola by quadratic curve equation $ax^2+bxy+cy^2+dx+ey+f=0$, \pstGeneralHyperbolaCoef. - add macro to define an hyperbola by given five points, \pstGeneralHyperbolaABCDE. - add macro to draw the line Ax+By+C=0, \pstLineCoef.
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Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Ina Dau

pst-eucl – Euclidian geometry with PSTricks

The package allows the drawing of Euclidean geometric figures using pstricks macros for specifying mathematical constraints. It is thus possible to build point using common transformations or intersections. The use of coordinates is limited to points which controlled the figure.

Packagepst-eucl
Version1.69 2020-01-09
Copyright2000–2013 Dominique Rodriguez
2014–2020 Dominique Rodriguez, Herbert Voß
MaintainerHerbert Voß
Dominique Rodriguez (inactive)

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