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CTAN update: nicematrix

Date: July 16, 2020 8:38:58 PM CEST
Fran├žois Pantigny submitted an update to the nicematrix package. Version number: 5.0 2020-07-15 License type: lppl1.3 Summary description: Improve the typesetting of mathematical matrices with PGF Announcement text:
In previous versions of nicematrix, it was mandatory, for technical reasons, to use the letters L, C and R instead of the letters l, c, r in the preambles of the environments of nicematrix. In this version 5.0, one must use l, c and r. For *compatibility* with previous versions, there is a key 'define-L-C-R' to use at load-time : \usepackage[define-L-C-R]{nicematrix} This version also provides a command \tabularnote to create tabular notes in {NiceTabular}. These tabular notes are composed at the bottom of the tabular. In this version, it's also possible to use \diagbox in a \Block.
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Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Ina Dau --

nicematrix – Improve the typesetting of mathematical matrices with PGF

This package is based on the package array. It creates PGF/TikZ nodes under the cells of the array and uses these nodes to provide functionalities to construct tabulars, arrays and matrices.

Among the features :

  • continuous dotted lines for the mathematical matrices;
  • exterior rows and columns (so-called border matrices);
  • control of the width of the columns;
  • tools to color rows and columns with a good PDF result;
  • blocks of cells;
  • etc.

The package requires and loads l3keys2e, xparse, array, amsmath, pgfcore, and the module shapes of PGF.

Packagenicematrix
Version5.7 2020-11-23
Copyright2018–2020 F. Pantigny
MaintainerFran├žois Pantigny

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