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README.txt
diffcoeff: a package to ease the writing of a variety
of differential coefficients (derivatives) 

Andrew Parsloe (ajparsloe@gmail.com) 3 December 2018

This work may be distributed and/or modified under the
conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, either 
version 1.3 of this license or (at your option) any later 
version. The latest version of this license is in
  http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt

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This is version 3 of diffcoeff.sty, and associated files,
and requires the LaTeX3 bundles l3kernel and l3packages. 

Version 3 adds a command for writing differentials like dx 
(in integralsf for instance) in the same form (math-italic 
or upright) as for derivatives. Some simple spacing commands 
are also added.

Manifest
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README.txt            this document
diffcoeff.sty         LaTeX .sty file
diffcoeff.pdf         documentation
diffcoeff.tex         LaTeX source of documentation
diffcoeff-doc.def     definition file to be placed
                      in same directory as the .pdf
                      and .tex files

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (612.7k).

dif­f­co­eff – Write dif­fer­en­tial co­ef­fi­cients eas­ily and con­sis­tently

dif­f­co­eff.sty 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, al­low­ing sys­tem­atic fine-tun­ing of the dis­play and gen­er­a­tion and use of vari­ant forms (like deriva­tives built from D, \Delta or \delta). A com­mand for dif­fer­en­tials en­sures the dx used in e.g. in­te­grals is con­sis­tent with the form used in deriva­tives.

The pack­age re­quires the 3 bun­dles l3k­er­nel and l3­pack­ages.

Pack­agedif­f­co­eff
Ver­sion3.1 2019-03-10
Li­censesThe Project Public Li­cense 1.3c
Copy­right2016–2019 An­drew Parsloe
Main­tainerAn­drew Parsloe
Con­tained inTeX Live as dif­f­co­eff
MiKTeX as dif­f­co­eff
TopicsMaths
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