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CTAN update: pst-solides3d

Date: September 29, 2010 9:26:19 AM CEST
Herbert Voss wrote: > I have uploaded pst-solides3d.tgz to the uk ctan node. > Please delete all the files in the directory > /graphics/pstricks/contrib/pst-solides3d/ > > and put the new ones in there > > pst-solides3d is a collection of PSTricks macros to plot > three dimensional objects like solids or 3D mathematical > functions z=f(x,y) with possible hidden lines and > hidden surfaces. > > pst-solides3d.tex --- > 4.23 2010-09-22 - add option axisemph to the axesboxed option > - reset boolean solidmemory to false, when closing > a pspicture environemnt. > - insert missing \tx at setTransparencx for \psSolid > - activate keyword planmarks for gridIIID for > supprsssing ticks and labels (hv) > - fix bug in \pstProjection (missing gsave ... > grestore) (jpv) i have installed the new version and updated the catalogue. thanks for the upload. Users may view the package's catalogue entry at http://www.tex.ac.uk/tex-archive/help/Catalogue/entries/pst-solides3d.html or browse the package's directory at http://www.tex.ac.uk/tex-archive/graphics/pstricks/contrib/pst-solides3d/ The catalogue entry will change (somewhat) overnight tonight. Robin Fairbairns For the CTAN team

pst-solides3d – Draw perspective views of 3D solids

The package is designed to draw solids in 3d perspective. Features include:

  • create primitive solids;
  • create solids by including a list of its vertices and faces;
  • faces of solids and surfaces can be colored by choosing from a very large palette of colors;
  • draw parametric surfaces in algebraic and reverse polish notation;
  • create explicit and parameterized algebraic functions drawn in 2 or 3 dimensions;
  • project text onto a plane or onto the faces of a solid;
  • support for including external database files.

Version4.35a 2023-11-04
Copyright2008–2023 Manuel Luque, Arnaud Schmittbuhl, Jean-Paul Vignault, Herbert Voß
MaintainerManuel Luque
Arnaud Schmittbuhl
Jean-Paul Vignault
Herbert Voß



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