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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
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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 pdf and Lua and is supported by 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 or packages.




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