# CTAN update: pdfMsym

Date: December 22, 2022 1:27:50 PM CET

Slurp submitted an update to the
pdfMsym
package.
Version number: 1.1.0
License type: mit
Summary description: PDF Math Symbols — various drawn mathematical symbols
Announcement text:

pdfMsym version 1.1.0 fixes bugs, implements new features, and enhances existing features. + Bugfixes: Due to an oversight, \@firstoftwo and \@secondoftwo were redefined to not be \long, which would cause errors. + Features: + under-vectors: as well as going on top of material, vectors can now go below material as well using their under-vector counterparts. + double stroke arrows: double stroke vectors, like variants of TeX's \Rightarrow, have also been added and can be used in the same manner as their single stroke counterparts. + arbitrary dimensional closed line integrals: \oiNint creates an arbitrary size version of \oint, \oiint, etc macros. \biNint does the same for \sqint. + more miscellaneous symbols have been added. + Tweaks: + Altered some line caps slightly. + Made some macros more versatile.

This package is located at https://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/generic/pdfmsym More information is at https://www.ctan.org/pkg/pdfmsym

Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Manfred Lotz CTAN is run entirely by volunteers and supported by TeX user groups. Please join a user group or donate to one, see https://ctan.org/lugs

pdfMsym version 1.1.0 fixes bugs, implements new features, and enhances existing features. + Bugfixes: Due to an oversight, \@firstoftwo and \@secondoftwo were redefined to not be \long, which would cause errors. + Features: + under-vectors: as well as going on top of material, vectors can now go below material as well using their under-vector counterparts. + double stroke arrows: double stroke vectors, like variants of TeX's \Rightarrow, have also been added and can be used in the same manner as their single stroke counterparts. + arbitrary dimensional closed line integrals: \oiNint creates an arbitrary size version of \oint, \oiint, etc macros. \biNint does the same for \sqint. + more miscellaneous symbols have been added. + Tweaks: + Altered some line caps slightly. + Made some macros more versatile.

This package is located at https://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/generic/pdfmsym More information is at https://www.ctan.org/pkg/pdfmsym

Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Manfred Lotz CTAN is run entirely by volunteers and supported by TeX user groups. Please join a user group or donate to one, see https://ctan.org/lugs

## pdfMsym – PDF Math Symbols — various drawn mathematical symbols

This package defines a handful of mathematical symbols many of which are implemented via PDF’s builtin drawing utility. It is intended for use with pdfTeX and LuaTeX and is supported by XeTeX to a lesser extent.

Among the symbols it defines are some variants of commonly used ones, as well as more obscure symbols which cannot be as easily found in other TeX or LaTeX packages.

Package | pdfMsym |

Version | 1.1.1 |

Maintainer | Slurp |