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cir­cuitikz

This is Cir­cuiTikz, ver­sion 0.7 (2016-09-08).

This pack­age pro­vides a set of macros for nat­u­rally type­set­ting elec­tri­cal and (some­what less nat­u­rally, per­haps) elec­tron­i­cal net­works.

It was born mainly for writ­ing my own ex­er­cise book and ex­ams sheets for the Elet­trotec­nica courses at Po­litec­nico di Mi­lano, Italy. I wanted a tool that was easy to use, with a lean syn­tax, na­tive to , and sup­port­ing di­rectly PDF out­put for­mat.

So I based ev­ery­thing with the very im­pres­sive (if some­what ver­bose at times) TikZ pack­age.


Re­quire­ments

  • Tikz graph­ics li­brary, ver­sion 2
  • xstrings not older than 2009/03/13

In­stal­la­tion

The sta­ble ver­sion is avail­able on ctan and is in­cluded within the ma­jor la­tex dis­tri­bu­tions(Texlive, Mik­tex). If you want to test the lat­est ver­sion, have a look at http://cir­cuitikz.github.io/cir­cuitikz/. There you can find the lat­est git-ver­sion as a sin­gle file, just copy it to your project or to your lo­cal tex tree.

Usage

Just place

  \usepackage{circuitikz}
or, for Cont,
  \usemodule[circuitikz]
in the pream­ble and com­pile away, both with PS and PDF tar­get out­put.

If you want to use or to try the git ver­sion, just ap­pend a git the pack­age name:

  \usepackage{circuitikzgit}
or, for Cont,
  \usemodule[circuitikzgit]
## More In­for­ma­tion More In­for­ma­tion can be found in the man­ual and at the wiki of the project lo­cated at https://github.com/cir­cuitikz/cir­cuitikz/wiki.

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Copy­right 2007-16 by Mas­simo Redaelli

This file may be dis­tributed and/or mod­i­fied

  1. un­der the Project Public Li­cense and/or
  2. un­der the GNU Public Li­cense.

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cir­cuitikz – Draw elec­tri­cal net­works with TikZ

The pack­age pro­vides a set of macros for nat­u­rally type­set­ting elec­tri­cal and (some­what less nat­u­rally, per­haps) elec­tronic net­works.

It is de­signed as a tool that is easy to use, with a lean syn­tax, na­tive to , and di­rectly sup­port­ing PDF out­put for­mat.

So is based on the very im­pres­sive pgf/TikZ pack­age.

Pack­agecir­cuitikz
Home pagehttps://github.com/cir­cuitikz/cir­cuitikz
Ver­sion0.7 2016-09-08
Li­censeThe Project Public Li­cense
Copy­right2007–2016 Mas­simo Redaelli
Main­tainerMas­simo Redaelli
Ste­fan Erhardt
Ste­fan Lind­ner
TDS archivecircuitikz.tds.zip
Con­tained inTeX Live as cir­cuitikz
MiKTeX as cir­cuitikz
Topics pack­age uses PGF-TikZ
cir­cuit di­a­grams
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