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CTAN update: circuitikz

Date: September 2, 2019 5:30:17 AM CEST
Romano Giannetti submitted an update to the circuitikz package. Version number: 0.9.4 2019-08-30 License type: lppl gpl Summary description: Draw electrical networks with TikZ Announcement text:
This release introduces two changes: a big one, which is the styling of the components (please look at the manual for details) and a change to how voltage labels and arrows are positioned. This one should be backward compatible unless you used "voltage shift" introduced in 0.9.0, which was broken when using the global scale parameter. The styling additions are quite big, and, although in principle they are backward compatible, you can find corner cases where they are not, especially if you used to change parameters for pgfcirc.defines.tex; so a snapshot for the 0.9.3 version is available. Fixed a bug with "inline" gyrators, now the circle will not overlap Fixed a bug in input anchors of european not ports Fixed "tlinestub" so that it has the same default size than "tline" (TL) Fixed the "transistor arrows at end" feature, added to styling Changed the behavior of "voltage shift" and voltage label positioning to be more robust Added several new anchors for "elmech" element Several minor fixes in some component drawings to allow fill and thickness styles Add 0.9.3 version snapshots. Added styling of the relative size of components (at a global or local level) Added styling for fill color and thickness Added style files
This package is located at http://mirror.ctan.org/graphics/pgf/contrib/circuitikz More information is at https://www.ctan.org/pkg/circuitikz
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CircuiTikZ – Draw electrical networks with TikZ

The package provides a set of macros for naturally typesetting electrical and (somewhat less naturally, perhaps) electronic networks.

It is designed as a tool that is easy to use, with a lean syntax, native to , and directly supporting PDF output format. It has therefore been based on the very impressive PGF/TikZ package.

Version1.0.1 2020-02-22
Copyright2007–2020 Massimo Redaelli
2013–2020 Stefan Erhardt
2015–2020 Stefan Lindner
2018–2020 Romano Giannetti
MaintainerStefan Erhardt
Romano Giannetti
Stefan Lindner
Massimo Redaelli



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