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CTAN Up­date: chem­fig

Date: March 9, 2018 8:56:26 PM CET
Chris­tian Tel­lechea sub­mit­ted an up­date to the chem­fig pack­age. Ver­sion: 1.3 2018-03-08 Li­cense: lp­pl1.3c Sum­mary de­scrip­tion: Draw molecules with easy syn­tax An­nounce­ment text:
chem­fig 1.3 * All pa­ram­e­ters are now set via \setchem­fig{} with <key>=<value> syn­tax. The fol­low­ing macros, though still work­ing, are now ob­so­lete: \setcram­bond, \se­tatom­sep, \set­bon­d­off­set, \set­dou­ble­sep, \se­tan­glein­cre­ment, \en­able­fixed­bondlength, \dis­able­fixed­bondlength, \setn­odestyle, \set­bond­style, \setlewis, \setlewis­dist, \set­stack­sep, \set­com­pound­style, \se­tar­rowde­fault, \se­tand­sign, \se­tar­rowoff­set, \set­com­pound­sep, \se­tar­rowla­belsep, \en­able­bond­join, \dis­able­bond­join and \schemede­bug * The starred ver­sion "\chem­fig*" and the op­tion­nals ar­gu­ments "\chem­fig[][]", though still, work­ing are ob­so­lete. The \setchem­fig macro should be used in­stead. * 6 new pa­ram­e­ters: "lewis ra­dius", "ar­row dou­ble sep", "ar­row dou­ble co­eff", "ar­row dou­ble har­poon", "cy­cle ra­dius co­eff", "ar­row head", all set via \setchem­fig * Bug­fix in \CF at parse@mer­geopt * Code clean­ing. * Macro \poly­merde­lim (un­doc­u­mented), in­cluded in the code: this macro is ex­pri­men­tal and still in test. * No write reg­is­ter al­lo­cated by \newwrite
The pack­age’s Cat­a­logue en­try can be viewed at https://ctan.org/pkg/chem­fig The pack­age’s files them­selves can be in­spected at http://mir­ror.ctan.org/macros/generic/chem­fig/
Thanks for the up­load. For the CTAN Team Pe­tra Rübe-Pugliese
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chem­fig – Draw molecules with easy syn­tax

The pack­age pro­vides the com­mand \chem­fig{<code>}, which draws molecules us­ing the tikz pack­age. The <code> ar­gu­ment pro­vides in­struc­tions for the draw­ing op­er­a­tion.

While the di­a­grams pro­duced are es­sen­tially 2-di­men­sional, the pack­age sup­ports many of the con­ven­tional no­ta­tions for il­lus­trat­ing the 3-di­men­sional lay­out of a molecule.

The pack­age uses TikZ for its ac­tual draw­ing op­er­a­tions.

Ver­sion1.3 2018-03-08
Copy­right2010–2018 Chris­tian Tel­lechea
Main­tainerChris­tian Tel­lechea



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