# Directory `macros/latex/contrib/tkz/tkz-euclide`

README

% encodage utf8 -------------------- english readme ---------------------------------------- readme-tkz-euclide.txt V3.05 c 2020/03/08 tkz-euclide is a package (latex) which allows you to draw two-dimensional geometric figures, in other words to create figures of Euclidean geometry. It uses a Cartesian coordinate system orthogonal provided by the tkz-base package as well as tools to define the unique coordinates of points and to manipulate them. The idea is to allow you to follow step by step a construction that would be done by hand as naturally as possible. Licence ------- 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 and version 1.3 or later is part of all distributions of LaTeX version 2005/12/01 or later. Features -------- -- needs tkz-base !!, xfp and numprint; -- requires and automatically loads PGF/TikZ > 3; -- compiles with utf8, pdflatex and lualatex; Installation ------------ You can experiment with the tkz-euclide package by placing all of the distribution files in the directory containing your current tex file. You can also placing all of the distribution files in the directory : /texmf/tex/latex/tkz. How to use it ------------- To use the package tkz-euclide, place the following lines in the preamble of your LaTeX document. \usepackage{tkz-euclide} \usetkzobj{all} is no longer required with tkz-euclide but you can use it with other packages \usepackage{tkz-euclide} loads tkz-base and TikZ. If you use the xcolor package, load that package before tkz-euclide to avoid package conflicts. Documentation ------------- Documentation for tkz-euclide and tkz-base is available on CTAN. You have two cheatsheets about tkz-euclide in the archive. Examples -------- All examples given in documentation will be stored on CTAN as standalone files, ready for compilation. You can use the main.tex file to load and compile an example. The archive contains a litle document about Euclidean Geometry with four examples. Other examples are on my site : http://altermundus.fr (en français) Compatibility ------------- The new package tkz-euclide 3.02c is *not* fully compatible with the version 1.16 but the differences are minor. History ------- -- 3.05 correction of bugs, amelioration of the documentation. -- 3.02 replacement french documentation by english documentation, correction of bugs. -- 3.01 replacement fp for xfp, addition of some macros, correction of bugs -- 1.16 correction of bugs -- 1.13 first version Alain Matthes 5 rue de Valence Paris 75005 al (dot) ma (at) mac (dot) com

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## tkz-euclide – Tools for drawing Euclidean geometry

The tkz-euclide package is a set of files designed to give math teachers and students easy access to the programming of Euclidean geometry with TikZ.

Package | tkz-euclide |

Home page | http://altermundus.fr |

Repository | https://github.com/tkz-sty/tkz-euclide |

Version | 3.05c |

Licenses | The LaTeX Project Public License |

Copyright | 2020 Alain Matthes |

Maintainer | Alain Matthes |

Contained in | TeX Live as tkz-euclide MiKTeX as tkz-euclide |

Topics | Maths Graphics use |

See also | eukleides pst-eucl |