KSpaceduel is a space battle game for one or two players, where two ships fly around a star in a struggle to be the only survivor. It uses the standard LVM tools and programs to manipulate logical volumes, such as resizing, deleting or creating them. It can also format volumes and mount or unmount them. Creating, deleting and resizing partitions is also supported. LaCheck is a simple syntax checker for LaTex that is based on a single-pass lexical scanner. This makes clear that there are a lot of LaTeX problems this program cannot find, although it will find most simple mistakes.
Complex macro packages may, however, make it completely unusable. It makes the power and typesetting quality of LaTeX available for people who are used to word processors. Since LyX supports LaTeX's concept of general mark-ups, it is even easier and faster to create professional quality documents with it than with usual word processors. Clients such as gtkAtlantic connect to the server, which manages the game.
Note that you do not need to install this server unless you want to use one of the clients offline, or play custom game types. Ncftp allows a user to transfer files to and from a remote network site, and offers additional features that are not found in the standard interface, ftp. This version has Readline support enabled. Netpbm is a toolkit for manipulation of graphic images, including conversion of images between a variety of different formats.
There are over separate tools in the package including converters for more than 80 graphics formats. PostgreSQL is a fully featured object-relational database management system. It supports a large part of the SQL standard and is designed to be extensible by users in many aspects. Some of the features are: ACID transactions, foreign keys, views, sequences, subqueries, triggers, user-defined types and functions, outer joins, multiversion concurrency control.
Graphical user interfaces and bindings for many programming languages are available as well. This metapackage always depends on the currently supported database client package for PostgreSQL. Prolonged use of a mouse and keyboard can cause a repetitive strain injury RSI , so computer users are advised to take regular breaks. RSIBreak helps prevent repetitive strain injuries by keeping track of usage patterns and periodically informing users to take breaks. During break periods, RSIBreak can either show an unobtrusive message, lock the screen entirely, or present a slideshow.
Currently the provided tables are:. Traditional Chinese users may also want to look at the scim-chewing package, which provides a Phonetic BoPoMoFo input method likely better than the one provided by ZhuYin and ZhuYin-Big tables in this package. This package contains command-line utilities for accessing Microsoft Windows and Samba servers, including smbclient, smbtar, and smbspool.
Utilities for mounting shares locally are found in the package cifs-utils. The entire system is linked through a chart of accounts. Each item in inventory is linked to revenue, expense, inventory and tax accounts. When you sell and purchase goods and services the accounts are automatically updated. With the assembly feature you can build manufactured goods from parts, services and assemblies. When you sell assemblies all the accounts linked to the individual parts, services and assemblies are updated and stock levels adjusted accordingly. If any item belonging to an assembly is changed all assemblies are updated as well.
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NOTE: This package does not benefit from serious security support and you should use it only in a trusted environment. It's known to be affected by multiple SQL injections and similar problems. Debian file for more information. Tablix is a powerful free software kernel for solving general timetabling problems. It uses a coarse-grained parallel genetic algorithm in combination with other techniques to construct sensible timetables from XML formatted problem descriptions.
Tablix can run on a single host as well as on a heterogeneous parallel virtual machine using PVM3. It encompasses programs for typesetting, previewing and printing of TeX documents in many different languages, and a large collection of TeX macros and font libraries. This metapackage provides a decent selection of the TeX Live packages which should suffice for the most common tasks. The distribution also includes extensive general documentation about TeX, as well as the documentation accompanying the included software packages.
These packages are either mandated by the core LaTeX team, or very widely used and strongly recommended in practice. VLC can also be used as a streaming server that duplicates the stream it reads and multicasts them through the network to other clients, or serves them through HTTP. VLC has support for on-the-fly transcoding of audio and video formats, either for broadcasting purposes or for movie format transformations. Support for most output methods is provided by this package, but features can be added by installing additional plugins:.
This is still a work in progress and many applications may still not work. This package provides essential wrappers and convenience tools for the standard Wine components. It also employs the Debian alternatives system to provide the usual command names, e. The program frequently alerts you to take micro-pauses, rest breaks and restricts you to your daily limit.
It includes a system tray applet that works with GNOME and KDE and has network capabilities to monitor your activity even if switching back and forth between different computers is part of your job. Translate description. Description For a better overview of the project's availability as a Debian package, each head row has a color code according to this scheme: Official Debian packages with high relevance Official Debian packages with lower relevance If you discover a project which looks like a good candidate for Debian Edu to you, or if you have prepared an unofficial Debian package, please do not hesitate to send a description of that project to the Debian Edu mailing list.
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The aim of the document is to provide a solution, in the form of some sample code, for every problem. The class offers options for both English and German texts. Not all translations are of the current English version, of course. Coverage supports both new users and package developers. Apart from the introductory material, the document gathers information from several sources, and offers links to others. The flyer is designed for printing, double-sided, on A3 paper, which would then be folded once. The mathematics fonts include all the AMS fonts, in both normal and bold weights.
Each of the font types is available in two main versions: default and 'light'. Each version is available in four variants: default; oldstyle numbers; oldstyle numbers with old ligatures such as ct and st, and long-tailed capital Q; and veryoldstyle with long s.
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Other variants include small caps as default or 'large small caps', and for mathematics both upright and slanted shapes for Greek letters, as well as default and narrow versions of multiple integrals. The fonts were originally derived from URW Palladio with URW's agreement though the fonts are very clearly different in appearance from their parent. It introduces the minimum number of new entries and styles to cover all frequently used situations.
The style file provides an easy way to perform a semiautomatic, or a completely manual sort of the list of the references. Processing bibliographies produced by the style requires a 8-bit BibTeX system. The fonts are provided as MetaFont source, and as derived Adobe Type 1 format. LaTeX support, for using these fonts in mathematics, is available via one of the packages calrsfs and mathrsfs.
The package is responsive to the index-related options and commands of the KOMA-Script and memoir classes. Documents are set up with options, thus making the class easily adaptable to user's wishes and extensible for other document types. It is a combination of the lscape package and an extension of the rotating package.
The package is designed for use with the iso class but may be used with any normal class. The class uses the combine class and the hyperref package to produce either a colour hyperlinked book for on-line viewing or a greyscale nonhyperlinked book for printing. The makejmlrbook Perl script can be used to create the colour hyperlinked and greyscale nonhyperlinked PDFs of a document using the jmlrbook class. It can also create a set of HTML files that list the included papers with links to their abstracts and the individual articles as PDFs.
Some of them work as stand alone packages, providing new functionality, and can be used on top of LaTeX2e with no changes to the existing kernel. The present release includes: - xgalley, which controls boxes receiving text for typesetting. The random numbers are written to a counter. The keyval package is used to set values for the range, a seed, and the name of the counter. Note that the Linear A script has not been deciphered yet and probably never will be deciphered.
It produces a. The advantage of using a tabular is that the user can add additional columns to each entry in the list. It is essential that each of these three elements is constructed independent of the other two, and hence they can be modified without unwanted side effects. The macros are based on the xy-pic package. It automatically generates the character table, and also writes the associated installation. This is a collaborative development, and details of getting involved are to be found on the package home page.
All the other formats in the distribution are derived from the Texinfo source, as usual. The package is under development and later versions might to be incompatible with this version, as this version is incompatible with earlier versions. The package requires at least version 0. The package works with the standard classes and with the KOMA-Script document classes scrartcl, scrreprt and scrbook. The package requires the changepage package. The package requires a customised BibTeX style for its work; the documentation explains how to do that customisation.
An extensive set of features provide for other applications such as reference sublisting. Permissible document 'base' font sizes range from 9 to 60pt. There is a range of page- styles and well over a dozen chapter-styles to choose from, as well as methods for specifying your own layouts and designs. The class also provides the functionality of over thirty of the more popular packages, thus simplifying document sources. The class automatically loads an associated patch file mempatch; the patch file may be updated from time to time, between releases of the class itself.
The patch file stays around even when there are no extant patches. Users who wish to use the hyperref package, in a document written with the memoir class, should also use the memhfixc package part of this bundle. Note, however, that current versions of hyperref actually load the package automatically if they detect that they are running under memoir. The mftinc package facilitates incorporating such files into a LaTeX2e document. In addition, mftinc provides routines for improved comment formatting and for typesetting font tables.
The main backbone is amsmath, so those unfamiliar with this required part of the LaTeX system will probably not find the packages very useful. Component parts of the bundle are: breqn, empheq, flexisym, mathstyle and mathtools, mhsetup, The empheq package is a visual markup extension of amsmath. Empheq allows sophisticated boxing and other marking of multi-line maths displays, and fixes problems with the way that the ntheorem package places end-of-theorem markers.
The mathtools package provides many useful tools for mathematical typesetting. It fixes various deficiencies of amsmath and standard LaTeX. The mhsetup package defines various programming tools needed by both empheq and mathtools. The breqn package makes more easy the business of preparing displayed equations in LaTeX, including permitting automatic line-breaking within displayed equations. Breqn uses the maths tyle package to keep track of the current maths typesetting style, something that raw TeX hides from the programmer.
There is also provision for mini-lists of figures and of tables. At the part level, they are parttocs, partlofs and partlots. If the type of document does not use chapters, the basic provision is section level secttocs, sectlofs and sectlots. They can be used independently of the rest of ConTeXt, yet are maintained as part of it. The package allows the user to access a symbol without loading the package that usually provides it; this has the advantage of avoiding the name clashes that so commonly trouble those who load symbol- packages. It may be used to declare local LaTeX commands, which can be made accessible in a later contexts without defining them globally.
The class's extensions are provided in a number of small packages, some of which may also be used with the standard classes. The ncclatex package also loads many of the packages of, and requires the latest version of the ncctools bundle. It also provides several commands that when used with other packages simplify the writing of articles in a newspaper-style column format.
They potentially use denselists package, which just reduces list spacing; the package is distributed with the class, but is not part of the class proper. The examples may be distributed without even the restrictions of the LaTeX licence. The package is based on kvsetkeys by Heiko Oberdiek. The package relies on an external spell-checker application to check spelling of a text file and to output a list of bad spellings. The package should work with most spell-checkers, even dumb, TeX-unaware ones. The package hooks into TeX primitive commands associated with writing to files; it should be loaded near the beginning of the sequence of loading packages for a document.
The package uses the l3kernel bundle. The pxgreeks package does not constrain the text font that may be used in the document. The output is highly configurable by providing different styles and colour themes. Superior figures are commonly used as footnote markers. Two superior figures fonts are provided--one matching Times, the other matching Libertine. In addition, it is possible to collect an argument verbatim to either typeset or write it into a file.
It is thus possible to build point using common transformations or intersections. The use of coordinates is limited to points which controlled the figure. At the moment the following puzzles are supported: - 2D-Sudoku aka Magiequadrat, Diagon, Tables with forbidden regions may be developed using the package. A configuration file permits some configuration of the language to be used in the diagrams. The tablor package requires that shell escape be enabled. Two methods of usage are provided, either using the package programmatically, or using the package via a script which may produce several images.
Cette petite extension permet de saisir des systemes d'equations ou inequations de facon intuitive, et produit un affichage ou les termes et les signes sont alignes verticalement. The package accepts no options and defines no user commands; the user needs only to load it, and the requirement is met. Such things may be useful, for example, when writing an auxiliary file to a different directory. The code derives from the memoir class, and is extracted for the convenience of non-users of that class.
In addition, the package will automatically create page headers and footers, and will let you include instructions and space for students to put their name. Commands for physical quantities intelligently handle SI units so the user need not do so. There are other features that should make LaTeX easy for introductory physics students. The macros do not use fonts but create the bar codes directly using vertical rules.
It is therefore possible to vary width to height ratio, ratio of thin and thick bars. The package is therefore convenient for printing ITF bar codes as well as bar codes for identification labels for HP storage media. The original font was designed in the twenties of the XX century by the Polish typographer Adam Poltawski To our knowledge, the repertoire of characters covers all European languages as well as some other Latin-based alphabets such as Vietnamese and Navajo; at the request of users, recent extensions following the enhancement of the Latin Modern collection provide glyphs sufficient for typesetting of romanized transliterations of Arabic and Sanskrit scripts.
The Antykwa Poltawskiego family consists of 4 weights light, normal, medium, bold , each having upright and italic forms a nd one of 5 design sizes: 6, 8, 10, 12 and 17pt in the OTF lingo: extended, semiextended, normal, semicondensed, and condensed, respectively. Altogether, the collection comprises 40 font files, containing the same repertoire of characters. The preliminary version of Antykwa Poltawskiego antp package released in is rendered obsolete by this package.
Please do not contact them for errors with this package. Font conversion was done with ttf2pt1. The counter itself may be shipped out to the DVI file. The package uses the everyshi package for its task. The presentation flow relies on PDF's abilities to display content step by step. Features include: - Free positioning of anything anywhere in painted areas on the slide, as well as in the main textblock; - Numerous attributes to control the layout and the presentation flow, from TeX's primitive dimensions to the visibility of steps; - Feature inheritance from global to local settings, with intermediate types; - Basic drawing facilities to produce symbols, e.
Besides the traditional documentation, the distribution includes visual documentation and six demo presentations ranging from geometric abstraction to classic style to silly video game. This has the potential to surprise users, since it can produce really unwanted effects.
The package offers commands and options for modifying this behaviour, maybe limited to certain parts of the document source. Optionally, the computed state vectors can be written as a table to a text file. The package is derived from mechanisms in the package endnotes. The LaTeX material may also be rotated and typeset on top of a white box overshadowing the graphics. The coordinates of the LaTeX boxes are given relative to the original, unscaled graphics; when the graphics is rescaled, the LaTeX annotations stay at their right places unless you do something extreme.
In a draft mode, the package enables you to draw a coordinate grid over the picture for easy adjustment of positions of the annotations. The package uses PostScript code, loaded by dvips, so output can only be generated by use of dvips. The package lingmacros. Full details of syntax and caveats about use are in comments in the file itself.
While the package was designed for teachers constructing tables of exercises, it plainly has more general application. For example, logical indexing can then be used to refer to elements or arguments without hard-coding the symbols in the document. Some Metafont font sources are included; the fonts are available separately in Type 1 format. The facility is only available in PDF mode. The pulley diagrams are labelled with the physical properties of the system. The package uses pstricks, and requires a several pstricks-related packages.
The package is known to work in LaTeX documents processed with pdflatex, xelatatex and lualatex. If makeindex is used for processing the index entries, no particular setting up is needed when TeX Live is used. Using xindy or other programs it is necessary to enable shell escape; shell escape is also needed if splitindex is used. Details of the format may be controlled with internal commands.
This way you get a neatly aligned file list even when it contains files whose base names have more than 8 characters. The package can be combined with the myfilist package as explained in the documentation. The package is not compatible with longnamefilelist: users need to re-read the documentation.
Many commands are provided to serve as a macro programming environment for using the extended labels. The package is complementary to xifthen, in that they provide different facilities; the two may be loaded in the same document, as long as xifthen is loaded first. The ocg package is distributed as part of Asymptote.
Each of these layers can be displayed or not. Links can enable or disable the display of OCGs. In use, you edit and test your code and periodically run the autodoc tool to update the documentation, which may be viewed via an html browser. The package depends on use of pstricks. Creating references thus depends entirely on the user's skill in TeX.
The package works with all formats that use plain TeX's basic syntactic sugar; the distribution includes a third-party file for ConTeXt and a style file for LaTeX. As an example of use, an Author Year style is given in a separate file and explained in the documentation. The aim is that students and other academics in the humanities should be able to typeset their materials, properly, with minimal effort on their part. Lehmann's etoolbox. Compiler scripts and integrated LaTeX editing environments may parse this file to determine the next steps in the workflow in a way that is more efficient than parsing the main log file.
In sum, the package will do two things: 1 enable package authors to use LaTeX commands to issue requests, 2 collect all requests from all packages and write them to an external XML file at the end of the document. The file name may also be given explicitly as an optional argument. The package provides the support preview-latex needs, when it chooses the matter it will preview. The output may reasonably be expected to have other uses, as in html translators, etc.
The picture is translated into mfpic macros and MetaPost is used to create the final drawing. Online demonstration of the mfpic4ode macros is available on the Mfpic Previewer as Example 6. This version uses less memory, and operates faster than the original; it also offers several enhancements. Words are declared in a list, and every occurrence then creates an index entry whose content can be fully specified beforehand. This should be very useful for end-users who could obtain messages in their own preferred language.
It is really easy to use by writers of other classes and packages. Volunteers are urged to test the package, report, and even to localise the message file to their own language. Documentation is provided in English. Page numbers appear on the included pages, and not on the landscape 'container' page. If a hyphenation break is found, for which there is no entry in the white-list, the package flags the line where the break starts. The author may then either add the hyphenation to the white-list, or adjust the document to avoid the break.
The package is part of the oberdiek bundle. Local allocation of counters, dimensions, skips, muskips, boxes, tokens and marks are provided by the etex package. The package may be used to produce several letters from a template, certificates or other such documents. It allows access to the entry number, number of entries and so on. The options [euro, anglo] control the global input format. Default input format is anglo.
Documentation is included as comments to the text source. The LaTeX source is visually very similar to a formatted tableau, which makes working with the source code painless well, less painful. A variety of stylistic variants are available to suit personal taste. The package may be used by any document format under XeTeX. The package can deal with invisible expense items and deductions; output may be presented in any of 10 different languages. The package depends on the fp and calc packages for its calculations. Each section has it own auxiliary file for use with BibTeX and title.
Numbers are printed in the current mode text or math in order to use the correct font. Many things, including the decimal sign, the thousand separator, as well as the product sign can be changed by the user, e. If an optional argument is given it is printed upright as unit. Numbers can be rounded to a given number of digits. The package supports an automatic, language-dependent change of the number format.
Additional text can be added before and after the formatted number. Mathematics support is based on the Belleek fonts. The package provides a convenient replacement of the two packages ptsans and ptserif. The package creates a poster as huge box, which is then distributed over as many printer pages as necessary. The only special requirement is that your printer not be bothered by text that lies off the page. This is true of most printers, including laser printers and PostScript printers.
Both the Plain and LaTeX2e formats may be used with the package. It is only meaningful for LuaLaTeX documents containing mathematical formulas, and does not exhibit any new functionality. The fixes are mostly moved from the unicode-math package to this package since they are not directly related to Unicode mathematics typesetting. The user defines Lua regular expressions to search for patterns and modify input lines or entire paragraphs accordingly, before TeX reads the material.
In this way, documents may be prepared in a non-TeX language e. The source of the documentation is typed in such a lightweight language and is thus easily readable in a text editor the PDF file is also available, of course ; the transformation to TeX syntax via Interpreter's functions is explained in the documentation itself. This is a common convention for examination papers and the like. The message is indented to reflect the level of input nesting. Tracing may be turned on and off, and the unit of indentation may be adjusted. The implementation somewhat resembles those of packages FiNK and inputfile.
Each tengwar sign is represented by a command, which will place the sign nicely in relation to previous signs. A transcription package is available from the package's home page: writing all those tengwar commands would quickly become untenable. The package supports the use of a wide variety of tengwar fonts that are available from the net; metric and map files are provided for all the supported fonts. The interpreter static scoping, dynamic typing, and eager evaluation.
Stefan Hahnheide. A biblatex style is provided. These features may be applied to customisable sets of fonts, and all micro- typographic aspects of the fonts can be configured in a straight-forward and flexible way. Settings for various fonts are provided. The package will by default enable protrusion and expansion if they can safely be assumed to work.
The macro name is automatically inserted as an argument to the macro environemnt. Code lines outside macro definitions are wrapped only in macrocode environments. Empty lines are removed. A template based on the skeleton file from 'dtxtut' is used. User level macros are added automatically to the 'Usage' section of the. A corresponding. Two methods are available, option -recorder of Web2C TeX and the program strace. Then it generates a directory with a texmf tree. It checks the found files and tries sort them in this texmf tree. The script may be used for archiving purposes or to speed up later TeX runs.
It loads packages fontspec, luatexbase and lualibs, and provides additional user-level features and goodies. The package is under development, and its specification may be expected to change. The naive way of doing the job with La TeX mathematics commands produces an unsatisfactory result. The macros are developed not merely for cosmetic application such as changing the case of letters and string substitution , but also for programming applications such as character look-ahead, argument parsing, conditional tests on various string conditions, etc.
Provision is made for full control of over all the control points of the curve. The markup in the source text defines tags for blocks of source. These tags are processed by a shell script to make a steering file that is used by the package when LaTeX is being run. A set of example documents is provided.
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The package also addresses some of the issues now covered by the author's ltxkeys package, which was assumed to be a replacement for keyreader. Since keyreader has remained a favourite with users, it has been reinstated. This feature is already available in the MikTeX distribution for Windows machines.
To use the script, replace your LaTeX compilation command with texliveonfly. The script is designed to work on Linux distributions. Five different input methods are supported and with the necessary fonts are also provided. Most of these macros use pgfkeys to provide a key-value syntax. The package also uses the package scrlfile from the Koma-Script bundle for controlled loading of other files and etoolbox. The package is bundled with sub- packages containing actual interfaces: by default, the package loads all available sub-packages, but techniques are provided for the user to select no more than the interfaces needed for a job.
Five packages of the author's, and several other packages are discussed; revision control systems are mentioned briefly. Optionally, such a box can be split in an upper and a lower part; thus the package may be used for the setting of LaTeX examples where one part of the box displays the source code and the other part shows the output. Another common use case is the setting of theorems. The package supports saving and reuse of source code and text parts. Playback of multimedia files uses the built-in Flash Player of Adobe Reader and does, therefore, not depend on external plug-ins.
Flash Player supports the efficient H. It replaces the now obsolete movie15 package. Results are exact when they fit within the digit limits. Along with the basic package is an optional extension that adds computation of sin, cos, log, sqrt, exp, powers and angles. These are also exact when theoretically possible and are otherwise accurate to at least 7 decimal places. In addition, the package provides a stack-based programing environment. As the package's name suggests, its core is a comprehensive set of commands for generating metrical schemes and for placing prosodical marks on text set in the Latin or the Greek alphabet.
The rest of the package provides a miscellany of commands for symbols most of them not directly related to metre that are often used in critical editions of classical texts. The package does not require any special font: all symbols are taken from the Computer Modern fonts which are included in all TeX distributions and the package's commands are based on TeX primitives.
The package requires the packages ChemFig, mhchem, chemcompounds and sometimes chemexec. The package is built using pgf, and shares that systems large demands for TeX system memory. Its geometric commands are based on a turtle graphics model, and control structures such as loops and conditionals are available. The main difference between this package and CJKnumb is that the commands provided are expandable in the 'proper' way.
CSV lists which have associated parsers may be processed with the tools of the package. The icons are provided as 'fig' sources, processable by xfig. Its robustness comes from its ability to preserve braces in key values throughout parsing. The need to preserve braces in key values arises often in parsing keys for example, in the xwatermark package. The package also provides functions for defining and managing keys. Linear Functions; 2. Power Functions; 3. Recip; 6. Kings Law data; 7. Gaussian; and 8. Uses may include in-text tables, or even code listings.
Its machinery isn't as extensive as that of, e. The package needs to be run under XeLaTeX. Plots my be configured using a wide variety of parameters. Support is limited to elements that support the octet rule. It comes with two document classes, 'fiche' and 'cours', useful to create short high school documents such as tests or lessons. The documentation is in French. It is convenient to use this package when your subfigures are to be separately captioned, referenced, or are to be included in the List-of-Figures.
An optional first argument is used as the caption for that subfigure. This package supersedes the subfigure package which will continue to be supported, but no longer maintained. The name has changed because the subfig package is not completely backward compatible with the older subfigure package due to an extensive rewrite to use the new caption package to produce its subcaptions.
To ease the transition from the subfigure package it includes a configuration file subfig. The fonts are available both as MetaFont source and in Adobe Type 1 format. Provided are a a class, a package for interfacing to hyperref and an index style file. The style serves both for printed and for electronic books. The package supersedes both the libertineotf and the libertine-legacy packages.
The entire font family is included. Fixed-point arithmetic is used when working on the loop variable, so that the package is equally applicable in graphics applications like PSTricks as it is with the more common integer loops. The package requires amsmath, alphalph, enumitem of course , binhex and nth, all of which are widely available. The glossary is prepared by an external program, such as xindy or makeindex, in the same way that an index is made. It - uses Bezier curves integral and rational from degree one to seven, - allows TeX typesetting in the graphic, - offers most of the standard math functions, - allows plotting normal, parametric and polar functions.
The package has linear, logx, logy, logxy and polar grids with many specs; - it can rotate, clip and do many nice things easily - it has two looping commands for programming and many instructive example files. The package requires pdfTeX but otherwise only depends on the calc package. It changes the default shape of capital Greek letters to italic, sets up bold italic and sans-serif bold italic math alphabets with Latin and Greek characters, and defines macros for markup of vector, matrix and tensor symbols.
All the facilities of the ltxkeys and skeyval packages are available to the user of skeycommand. A principal use case is documents that require inclusion of potentially many scans or photographs. Bookmarking is especially supported. The author suggests that the same effect could be provided by use of the command variant mechanisms of LaTeX 3 see, for example, the interface documentation of the experimental LaTeX 3 kernel.
Otherwise it is empty. The package also provides macros that help with the management of shape parameters, and the definition of anchor points. The design of the package draws on several discussions in the de. The package is modelled on lipsum, and may be used for similar purposes. The package also provides options to customize the highlighted source code output using fancyvrb. The package itself is motivated by Knuth's macros in the file manmac. Users should note that using a small size for the character inside the box does not make any sense: use a large size. Optionally, other characters in the font may also be used.
This facility makes possible for a document with simple mathematics a far wider choice of text font, with little worry that no specially designed accompanying maths fonts are available. The package also offers a simple mechanism for using many different choices of text hence, now, maths font in the same document. Of course, using one font for two purposes helps produce smaller PDF files. It is not possible to represent all the planets in their real proportions, so only Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars have their orbits in correct proportions and their relative sizes are observed.
Saturn and Jupiter are in the right direction, but not in the correct size. The package assumes availability of Latin typesetting packages. Unless the memoir class is used, the package requires the ifmtarg package. The bitmap output may be converted into a format directly usable by a device driver, etc.
Third parties have developed tools to convert the bitmap output to outline fonts. The distribution includes the source of Knuth's Metafont book; this source is there to read, as an example of writing TeX -- it should not be processed without Knuth's direct permission. It does so by monitoring the usage of several system components periodically. Based on that information components will then be put into lower or higher power saving modes to adapt to the current usage.
Currently only ethernet network and ATA harddisk devices are implemented. This is useful when a document loads many packages including large packages such as pgf-TikZ. The package was developed from the work in mylatex, and eliminates many of the limitations and problems of that package. The class file usthesis. Both options give identical output, but the benefit of the using memoir is that it has many additional command and environments for formatting and processing of a document.
Usthesis is primarily concerned with the formatting of the front matter such as the title page, abstract, etc. It also works together with the babel package to provide language options to typeset documents in Afrikaans or in English. Additional packages are provided for bibliographic matter, note title pages, lists of symbols, as well as various graphic files for logos. All font bundles now contain virtual Unicode subfonts. The bundle renders the older Type 1 fonts only bundle musixtex- t1fonts obsolete.
The fonts themselves are not included in the package. Six font families are supported: kai, song, lishu, fangsong, youyuan and hei. The encoding of these 8-bit fonts has been registered as LaTeX standard encoding T3, and the set of addendum symbols as encoding TS3. Macros for use with Plain TeX are included in the package; for use with LaTeX, see lgreek with English documentation or levy with German documentation.
It is not an official Mentis class, merely one developed by an author in close co-operation with Mentis. It includes an option to typeset in French. The examples can be run as usual with the example class ttctexa. Note that support for the Pandora fonts is also available via the pandora-latex package. It correctly handles subroutines and hints; - Mmafm and mmpfb, which create instances of multiple-master fonts mmafm and mmpfb were previously distributed in their own package, mminstance ; - Otfinfo, which reports information about OpenType fonts, such as the features they support and the contents of their 'size' optical size features; - Otftotfm, which creates TeX font metrics and encodings that correspond to a PostScript-flavored OpenType font.
It will interpret glyph positionings, substitutions, and ligatures as far as it is able. You can say which OpenType features should be activated; - T1dotlessj, creates a Type 1 font whose only character is a dotless j matching the input font's design; - T1lint, which checks a Type 1 font for correctness; - T1reencode, which replaces a font's internal encoding with one you spe cify; and - T1testpage, which creates a PostScript proof for a Type 1 font.
It is preliminary software. These files are used in the documentation of the author's packages tkz-tab and tkz-linknodes. A further module knuth performs the same service for Knuth's software distribution. The package is not supported: users should not attempt its use unless they are capable of dealing with problems unaided. The actual purpose of releasing the package is to make it possible for third parties to compile the documentation of other packages, should that be necessary.
The final document has a front page and as many inner pages as desired. News items appear one after another and the user can choose the number of columns, style and so on. The class allows users to create newsletters too. It is currently customised towards teaching in French and the examples are in French. From the sectioning commands, an experiment index is generated. There can be several index entries for one experiment. The aim of this class is to produce a printable version of the slides written with Prosper, with two slides per page. It shows the kerning values that are used in the the font by default.
In addition, this class enables the user to alter the kernings and to observe the results. Kerning pairs can be defined for groups of similar glyphs at the same time. An mtx file is generated automatically. The mtx file may then be loaded by fontinst to introduce the user-made kernings into the virtual font for later use in LaTeX. It uses the eso-pic package, but provides simple commands to include effects such as tiling. The book is also available in French translation. The documentation is autogenerated from the pkg-bindings sources.
The macros are hyper-linked to their description in source2e. For this to work both PDFs must be inside the same directory. This document is not yet complete in content and format and may miss some macros. While the individual tools employed in the installation process are documented well, the actual difficulty most users are facing when trying to install new fonts is understanding how to put all the pieces together.
This is what this guide is about. It is designed for printing on A4 paper, double-sided, and folding once to A5. Such an 'imposed' version of the document is provided in the distribution, as PDF. It is stylistically a little more exotic than the standard textbook Greek fonts, particularly in glyphs like the lowercase rho and kappa.
It aims for a rather calligraphic feel, but seems to blend well with Computer Modern. There is a ligature scheme which automatically inserts the breathings required for ancient texts, making the input text more readable than in some schemes. It has been updated and several formatting changes have been made to it--most noticibly there are no longer orphans.
LuaTeX version 0. This package also requires both cjk- ko and xetexko packages for its full functionality. Or they can be used for fun The class is based on the memoir document class, and thefore inherits all of the functionality of that class. It includes 'invisible' fonts for use with the slides class , line and circle fonts for use in the picture environment and 'latex symbol' fonts. For full support of a latex installation, some Computer Modern font variants cmbsy , cmcsc 8,9 , cmex and cmmib from the amsfonts distribution, are also necessary.
The fonts are available as Metafont source, and metric tfm files are also provided. Most of the fonts are also available in Adobe Type 1 format, in the amsfonts distribution. They do such jobs as selecting pages, concatenating files, doing n-up formatting, and so on. Both files are displayed in a window each and the differences are marked in different colors. The package also provides a convenient way to customise your captions, whether they be in multicols or not. The library was originally distributed as part of the odsfile package, but is made available separately in the hope that it can be useful for other projects.
The colours can be used in bidirectional texts without any problem. This scheme corresponds to collection-basic and collection-latex. There isn't much need to install it unless another plugin requires you to do so. The package defines an environment minipagewithmarginpars to be used like minipage -- and the internal commands may be used by other packages to define similar environments or commands.
Also a lot of customizations are possible, allowing you to create an unique progressbar on your own.
The package uses TikZ to produce its graphics. There are no further descriptions of these examples. It is a large collection of simple 'little helpers' which do not really warrant a separate package on their own. Included are, among other things, definitions of common units with preceeding thinspaces, framed boxes where both width and height can be specified, starting new odd or even pages, draft markers, notes, conditional includes, including EPS files, and versions of enumerate and itemize which allow the horizontal and vertical spacing to be changed.
In addition, the package provides commands for specifying editors in a commentary in a convenient way. Simplified formatting of the citation as well as the bibliography entry is also provided. It is possible to display the short title of a work only if an authors is cited with multiple works. Giving a full citation in the text, conforming to the bibliography entry, is supported.
Several options are provided which might be of special interest for those outside legal studies--for instance, displaying multiple full citations. In addition, the format of last names and first names of authors may be changed easily. Cross references to other footnotes are possible. Language dependent handling of bibliography entries is possible by the special language field.
The subfloat package is not to be confused with the subfig package which generates sub-figures within one normal figure, and manages their placement; subfloat only affects captions and numbering. Written especially for XeLaTeX users.
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The package also enables use of complex expressions as introduced by the package calc, together with the ability of defining new commands to handle complex tests. The package requires e-TeX features. And it is released in the hope that people will use it and spot errors, bugs, features so to improve it. Practically, it provides all the capabilities of the greek option of the babel package. The package can be invoked with any of the following options: monotonic for typesetting modern monotonic Greek , polytonic for typesetting modern polytonic Greek , and ancient for typesetting ancient texts.
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The default option is monotonic. It used to contain the X. Org libraries. The MathTime package has uppercase Greek letters hardwired to be upright and only upright; this package provides a switch to choose between the two kinds of Greek uppercase letters. The package allows the programmer to specify a prefix to the name of the macros it defines for keys, and to define families of key definitions; these all help use in documents where several packages define their own sets of keys.
Such registers typically have many fields and can be quite wide; they are thus a challenge to typeset in a consistent manner. Register is similar in some aspects to the bytefield package. Anyone doing hardware documentation using LaTeX should examine both packages. Register requires a fairly recent version of the float package. A Perl module and a Perl script are provided, to translate the register specifications into programmable data structures. It has a flexible mechanism for specifying which days of the week are to be included and for inserting text either regularly on the same day each week, or on selected days, or for a series of consecutive days.
It also has a flexible mechanism for specifing class and nonclass days.