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Date: January 12, 2023 11:42:42 AM CET
Andrew Parsloe submitted an update to the diffcoeff package. Version number: 5.0 License type: lppl1.3c Summary description: Write differential coefficients easily and consistently Announcement text:
Version 5.0 of diffcoeff splits the main command, \diff, into three (upright-fraction, slash-fraction and compact form derivatives). This enables the package to more fully embrace the configurability offered by xtemplate but introduces incompatibilities with earlier versions. For older documents or those comfortable with the previous version, that is still available by using the trailing optional argument of the \usepackage command: \usepackage{diffcoeff}[=v4]. Version 5.0 extends xtemplate configurability to jacobians and differentials (allowing the easy writing of simple line elements) and other notations (\Braket).
This package is located at https://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/diffcoeff More information is at https://www.ctan.org/pkg/diffcoeff
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diffcoeff – Write differential coefficients easily and consistently

This package allows the easy and consistent writing of ordinary, partial and other derivatives of arbitrary (algebraic or numeric) order. For mixed partial derivatives, the total order of differentiation is calculated by the package. Optional arguments allow specification of points of evaluation (ordinary derivatives), or variables held constant (partial derivatives), and the placement of the differentiand (numerator or appended).

The package is built on xtemplate and the configurability it enables, extending to differentials (including simple line elements) and jacobians.

Packagediffcoeff
Version5.2 2023-01-24
MaintainerAndrew Parsloe

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