CTAN update: adjustbox
Date: May 16, 2012 3:09:13 PM CEST
the daemon's bothering me a lot, today...
> The following information was provided by the package's contributor.
> Name of contribution: adjustbox
> Author's name: Martin Scharrer
> Package version: trimclip.dtx- v1.0
> Location on CTAN: macros/latex/contrib/adjustbox/
> Summary description: New 'trimclip' package; many new keys
> License type: lppl
> Announcement text given by the package's contributor:
> Basic trim and clip macros and driver files are now placed in a
> dedicated minimal package 'trimclip'.
> Special thanks goes to Joseph Wright (LaTeX3 project) for his work on
> the driver files.
> Clipping drivers are provided for 'pdftex' (incl. LuaTeX), 'dvips' and
> 'xetex' as well as a PGF fall-back driver.
> * New dedicated 'trimclip' package with own manual.
> * Better separation between 'adjcalc' and 'adjustbox' package.
> * Review of manuals
> New adjustbox keys:
> * content
> * gstore
> * gstore*
> * gstore width/height/depth/totalheight/sizes
> * gobble/discard
> * phantom
> * warn width
> * float
> * nofloat
> * figure
> * label
> * caption
> * vspace
> * vspace*
> * padding (alias of 'margin')
> * padding* (alias of 'margin*')
> * env key now works correctly
> * Fixed raise box code
> Macro changes:
> * Added third optional argument to \stackbox.
thanks for the upload; i've installed the new version, and updated the
> Users may view the package catalogue entry at
> or they may browse the package directory at
The catalogue entry will change (somewhat) on the web, by tomorrow
morning (Cambridge time).
For the CTAN team
adjustbox – Graphics package-alike macros for “general” boxes
The package provides several macros to adjust boxed content.
One purpose is to supplement the standard
graphics package, which
defines the macros \resizebox, \scalebox and
\rotatebox , with the macros\trimbox and
\clipbox. The main feature is the general
\adjustbox macro which extends the “key=value”
interface of \includegraphics from the
graphics package and applies
it to general text content.
Additional provided box macros are \lapbox, \marginbox,
\minsizebox, \maxsizebox and \phantombox.
All macros use the collectbox
package to read the content as a box and not as a macro argument.
This allows for all forms of content including special material like
verbatim content. A special feature of
collectbox is used to provide matching
environments with the identical names as the macros.
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