The esint package is a solution to access to alternate integral symbols using the Computer Modern fonts. In the original Computer Modern Math font, several integral symbols are missing, such \oiint. Many of those symbols are available in other math fonts (pxfonts, txfonts, etc.), but there is no good solution if you want tu use Computer Modern. The easing.ins file allows to generate mf files, but Type1 font are available on CTAN: it's better to use them! License : LPPL Updates: *2005/01/20: minor change in esint.fd in order to avoid an error inside align environment. Thank's to Eckhard Neber. *2019/07/19: add intimits and nointlimits options, and modify \dotsint command as \idotsint to modify all ams math symbols (request from Franck Mittelbach). *2019/08/21 and 2019/08/27: some modification of typos in dox and ins files. Eddie Saudrais firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.phylam.org
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esint – Extended set of integrals for Computer Modern
The esint package permits access to alternate integral symbols when you are using the Computer Modern fonts. In the original set, several integral symbols are missing, such as \oiint. Many of these symbols are available in other font sets (pxfonts, txfonts, etc.), but there is no good solution if you want to use Computer Modern.
The package provides METAFONT source and LaTeX macro support.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Contained in||TeX Live as esint|
MiKTeX as esint
|Topics||Font symbol maths|