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CTAN up­date: Cir­cuit_macros 5.3

Date: May 2, 2003 1:15:03 PM CEST
On Tue, 29 Apr 2003, Dwight Aple­vich wrote: > Cir­cuit_macros5.3.tar.gz has been copied into the in­com­ing di­rec­tory > of ftp.dante.de. Its ex­panded con­tents are to re­place the con­tents > of graph­ics/cir­cuit_macros. The copy­right is al­most pub­lic do­main. > > >From the README: > ... > This is a set of macros for draw­ing high-qual­ity line di­a­grams to > in­clude in TeX, LaTeX, or sim­i­lar doc­u­ments. The macros were > orig­i­nally in­tended for elec­tric cir­cuit di­a­grams con­tain­ing > fun­da­men­tal el­e­ments, am­pli­fiers, tran­sis­tors, and ba­sic logic gates, > but sev­eral tools and ex­am­ples for other types of di­a­grams are also > in­cluded. The ad­van­tages and dis­ad­van­tages of such a sys­tem are > sim­i­lar to those of TeX it­self, which is macro-based, non-wysi­wyg, > and which uses or­di­nary char­ac­ter in­put. > > The macros eval­u­ate to draw­ing com­mands in the pic "lit­tle lan­guage," > which is easy to read and learn. The pro­gram­ming el­e­ments in pic are > well suited to line draw­ings re­quir­ing para­met­ric or con­di­tional > com­po­nents, fine tun­ing, sig­nif­i­cant ge­o­met­ric cal­cu­la­tions or > rep­e­ti­tion, or to draw­ings that are nat­u­rally block struc­tured or > tree struc­tured. Ar­bi­trary for­mat­ted text can be in­cluded. Free > TeX- and LaTeX-com­pat­i­ble in­ter­preters for m4 and pic are read­ily > avail­able for Unix and PC ma­chines. > ... > EXAMPLES: > Read the man­ual man.ps and view or print the file ex­am­ples.ps in the > ex­am­ples di­rec­tory, or for the pos­si­bly un­sta­ble de­vel­op­ment ver­sion, try > http://ece.uwa­ter­loo.ca/~aple­vich/Cir­cuit_macros/ > A col­lec­tion of ex­am­ples and hints has been pro­duced by > Alan Robert Clark at http://ytdp.ee.wits.ac.za/cct.html > ... > CHANGES: > Ver­sion 5.3: New macros arcr, arcd, be­gin­shade, end­shade, lar­row, rar­row, > s_sp, s_ht, s_wd, Max, Min, sfg­self. Im­proved ground, sfgn­ode, diode, > re­sis­tor. Thanks for the up­date, I in­stalled it in graph­ics/cir­cuit_macros For the CTAN Team Rainer Schöpf - ---------------------------------------------------------------------- XML file: ********************************************************************** <?xml ver­sion="1.0"?> <!DOCTYPE en­try SYSTEM "../cat­a­logue.dtd"> <en­try id="curve" dat­es­tamp="2003/05/02" mod­i­fier="ftp­maint at dante.de"> <about> <name>Cir­cuit_macros</name> <cap­tion>New re­lease of Cir­cuit_macros, ver­sion 5.3</cap­tion> <au­thor> <name>Dwight Aple­vich</name> <email>aple­vich at uwa­ter­loo.ca</email> </au­thor> <li­cense type="pd" /> </about> <de­scrip­tion> <ab­stract> >From the README: ... This is a set of macros for draw­ing high-qual­ity line di­a­grams to in­clude in TeX, LaTeX, or sim­i­lar doc­u­ments. The macros were orig­i­nally in­tended for elec­tric cir­cuit di­a­grams con­tain­ing fun­da­men­tal el­e­ments, am­pli­fiers, tran­sis­tors, and ba­sic logic gates, but sev­eral tools and ex­am­ples for other types of di­a­grams are also in­cluded. The ad­van­tages and dis­ad­van­tages of such a sys­tem are sim­i­lar to those of TeX it­self, which is macro-based, non-wysi­wyg, and which uses or­di­nary char­ac­ter in­put. The macros eval­u­ate to draw­ing com­mands in the pic "lit­tle lan­guage," which is easy to read and learn. The pro­gram­ming el­e­ments in pic are well suited to line draw­ings re­quir­ing para­met­ric or con­di­tional com­po­nents, fine tun­ing, sig­nif­i­cant ge­o­met­ric cal­cu­la­tions or rep­e­ti­tion, or to draw­ings that are nat­u­rally block struc­tured or tree struc­tured. Ar­bi­trary for­mat­ted text can be in­cluded. Free TeX- and LaTeX-com­pat­i­ble in­ter­preters for m4 and pic are read­ily avail­able for Unix and PC ma­chines. ... EXAMPLES: Read the man­ual man.ps and view or print the file ex­am­ples.ps in the ex­am­ples di­rec­tory, or for the pos­si­bly un­sta­ble de­vel­op­ment ver­sion, try http://ece.uwa­ter­loo.ca/~aple­vich/Cir­cuit_macros/ A col­lec­tion of ex­am­ples and hints has been pro­duced by Alan Robert Clark at http://ytdp.ee.wits.ac.za/cct.html ... CHANGES: Ver­sion 5.3: New macros arcr, arcd, be­gin­shade, end­shade, lar­row, rar­row, s_sp, s_ht, s_wd, Max, Min, sfg­self. Im­proved ground, sfgn­ode, diode, re­sis­tor. </ab­stract> </de­scrip­tion> <dis­tri­bu­tion> <ctan>macros/la­tex/con­trib/sup­ported/curve</ctan> </dis­tri­bu­tion> </en­try> **********************************************************************

CurVe – A class for mak­ing cur­ricu­lum vi­tae

CurVe is a class for writ­ing a CV, with con­fig­u­ra­tion for the lan­guage in which you write. The class pro­vides a set of com­mands to cre­ate rubrics, en­tries in these rubrics etc. CurVe then for­mat the CV (pos­si­bly split­ting it onto mul­ti­ple pages, re­peat­ing the ti­tles etc), which is usu­ally the most painful part of CV writ­ing. Another nice fea­ture of CurVe is its abil­ity to man­age dif­fer­ent CV ‘flavours’ si­mul­ta­ne­ously. It is of­ten the case that you want to main­tain slightly di­ver­gent ver­sions of your CV at the same time, in or­der to em­pha­size on dif­fer­ent as­pects of your back­ground. CurVe also comes with sup­port for use with AUC-.

Pack­ageCurVe
Ver­sion1.16
Copy­right2000–2008 Di­dier Verna
Main­tainerDi­dier Verna

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