Tabvar package This LaTeX package is meant to ease the typesetting of tables showing variations of functions as they are used in France. The documentation is in French. This material is subject to the LaTeX Project Public License. See http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt for the details of that license. Have a look at the PDF file demo.pdf in the doc directory, to have a quick overview of how to use this package. Read file tabvar.pdf in the doc directory, for the complete documentation of the provided commands. Listing of the package: -- README (this file) -- source : tabvar.dtx tabvar.ins tabvar.mp -- font: tabvar.afm tabvar.tfm tabvar.pfb tabvar.map -- inputs: tabvar.sty tabvar.cfg tabvar.1 tabvar.2 tabvar.3 -- doc: tabvar.pdf demo.pdf demo.tex Installation: this bundle is included in most TeX distributions, but if you need to install it by yourself, a TDS compliant zip archive is provided (tabvar.tds.zip). Just download that file, and unpack it in your TDS directory (~/texmf for Unix-like systems). You have got everything in place including documentation and sources, the only remaining thing to do is to type the command updmap --enable Map=tabvar.map in a Terminal window in order to make the PostScript arrows available. -- Daniel Flipo, <email@example.com> September, 4th, 2014.
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tabvar – Typesetting tables showing variations of functions
This LaTeX package is meant to ease the typesetting of tables showing variations of functions as they are used in France.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2003–2022 Daniel Flipo|
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