This is the README file for gastex package. GasTeX: Graphs and Automata Simplified in TeX GasTeX is a set of LaTeX macros which allow to draw very easily graphs, automata, nets, diagrams, etc... under the picture environment of LaTeX. Author: ------- Paul Gastin <http://www.lsv.fr/~gastin> Copyright: 2021 by Paul Gastin ---------- This program can be redistributed and/or modified under the terms of the LaTeX Project Public License Distributed from CTAN: https://www.ctan.org/license/lppl1.3 Installation: ------------- In order to use gastex you only need two files: - gastex.sty which contains the definition of all the LaTeX macros. This file could be in your working folder or where other .sty files are, e.g., .../texmf-dist/tex/latex/gastex/gastex.sty or .../texmf-local/tex/latex/gastex/gastex.sty - gastex.pro which contains all the postscript procedures. This file could be in your working folder or where other .pro files are, e.g., .../texmf-dist/dvips/gastex/gastex.pro or .../texmf-local/dvips/gastex/gastex.pro Usage: latex+dvips(+ps2pdf) filename.tex ------ - Compile the source file with latex (not pdflatex) and generate the ps file with dvips. One may then use ps2pdf to get a pdf file. Usage: pdflatex --shell-escape filename.tex ------ - Requires the package auto-pst-pdf. Remarks: -------- - gastex mainly generates postscript code so the pictures cannot be seen with a dvi-viewer. One has to generate a ps file (latex+dvips) or a pdf file (latex+dvips+ps2pdf or pdflatex --shell-escape) and view it with a ps-viewer or a pdf-viewer. Documentation and examples: --------------------------- - See http://www.lsv.fr/~gastin/gastex/index.html - See also gastex-doc.tex for a quick startup guide on how to use gastex with pdflatex and a few examples. - Comments in the file gastex.sty also provide documentation for all macros. Enjoy!
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GasTeX – Graphs and Automata Simplified in TeX
GasTeX is a set of LaTeX macros which enable the user to draw graphs, automata, nets, diagrams, etc., very easily, in the LaTeX picture environment.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Copyright||2006–2021 Paul Gastin|
|Contained in||TeX Live as gastex|
MiKTeX as gastex
|Topics||Graphics in TeX|