psizzl – A TeX format for physics papers
PSIZZL is a TeX format for physics papers written at SLAC and used at several other places. It dates from rather early in the development of TeX82; as a result, some of the descriptions of limitations look rather quaint to modern eyes.
The LaTeX Project Public License
|Contained in||TeX Live as psizzl|
|MiKTeX as psizzl|
macros to build a format
support for typesetting physics documents
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