CTAN Update: PGF and TikZ version 1.09
After one year without a new versions of pgf/TikZ, I finally managed to ready a new version. I recommend updating to this version to all reasonably experienced users. After user feedback on this version, I intend to remove any remaining serious compatibility bugs (in theory, there should not be any) and to create a very stable version 1.10 within the next few weeks. Changes in version 1.09 of pgf/TikZ compared to the previous version 1.01: - Added \usepgflibrary and \usetikzlibrary to simplify adding new libraries. - Added native ConTeXt support in the form of module wrappers. - Added patterns. - Added crosses snake. - Added to and edge path operations. - Added to path library. In particular, this gives decent curved paths. - Added tikz automata library. - Added tikz er diagram library. - Added tikz Petri net library. - Added tikz mindmap library. - Added access to nodes in other pictures (!). - Added extended baseline setting. - Added functionality to add new coordinate systems. - Added polar xy coordinate system. - Added diamond shape (!). - Added plot mark phase, repeat and indices. - Added text height and text depth options. - Added label and pin options. - Added automatic node placement (!). - Added pgfsys-dvi.def for pure dvi mode. Supports only black and white drawing (proof on concept, only) - Cleared up license chaos. - Reorganized library documentation. - Removed pgflibraryautomata, use pgflibrarytikzautomata instead. - Fixed tree level option bug. - Fixed missing options for coordinates. - Fixed bug in TikZ parabola code. - Fixed bug in TikZ snake cycle code. - Fixed bug with empty list in pgffor - Fixed bug in code for insertion of dvips header specials. - Fixed bug in shading code (wrong bigpoint correction). - Fixed bug #1472666. - Fixed bug #1473255. - Fixed bug #1526175. - Fixed bug #1542512. - Fixed bug in TikZ transformation code for nested pictures. - Fixed patch #1443606. - Fixed path #1526178.
Thanks for the update. For the CTAN Team Rainer Schöpf
pgf – Create PostScript and PDF graphics in TeX
PGF is a macro package for creating graphics. It is platform- and format-independent and works together with the most important TeX backend drivers, including pdfTeX and dvips. It comes with a user-friendly syntax layer called TikZ.
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