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CTAN update: genealogytree

Date: July 29, 2020 11:10:12 AM CEST
homas F. Sturm submitted an update to the genealogytree package. Version number: 2.01 2020-07-28 License type: lppl1.3 Summary description: Pedigree and genealogical tree diagrams Announcement text:
* Implementation of 'if image defined', 'date range before', 'date range after', 'place text', 'options for subtree', '\gtrsetoptionsforsubtree', 'options for family', '\gtrsetoptionsforfamily', 'options for node', '\gtrsetoptionsfornode', 'ignore subtree', '\gtrignoresubtree', 'ignore node', '\gtrignorenode', '\gtrloadlanguage', '\gtrSymbolsSetCreateSelected' changed to avoid problems with spurious blanks and resulting errors. Also, new LaTeX3 macros added corresponding to existing macros: '\getree_set_options_for_subtree:nn', '\getree_set_options_for_family:nn', '\getree_set_options_for_node:nn' * (#36) Some hints for events with unknown dates added to the documentation.
This package is located at http://mirror.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/genealogytree More information is at https://www.ctan.org/pkg/genealogytree
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Erik Braun
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genealogytree – Pedigree and genealogical tree diagrams

Pedigree and genealogical tree diagrams are proven tools to visualize genetic and relational connections between individuals. The naming (“tree”) derives from historical family diagrams. However, even the smallest family entity consisting of two parents and several children is hardly a ‘mathematical’ tree — it is a more general graph.

The package provides a set of tools to typeset genealogical trees (i.e., to typeset a set of special graphs for the description of family-like structures). The package uses an autolayout algorithm which can be customized, e.​g., to prioritize certain paths.

Version2.3.0 2023-03-09
Copyright2013–2023 Prof. Dr. Dr. Thomas F. Sturm
MaintainerThomas F. Sturm



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