xistercian – Cistercian numerals in LaTeX
This package allows you to use Cistercian numerals in LaTeX. The glyphs are created using PGF, and to a certain degree configurable.
Cistercian numerals are a number system developed by Cistercian monks in the late Middle Ages. They can describe numbers up to 9999 as a single glyph.
You can use Cistercian numerals as page numbers using \pagenumbering{cistercian}. The two main macros are:
- \cistercian{<counter>} formats the LaTeX2ε counter as a Cistercian numeral,
- \cisterciannum{<integer>} formats the integer (given as a string) as a Cistercian numeral.
Sources | /graphics/pgf/contrib/xistercian |
Documentation | |
Repository | https://github.com/Skillmon/ltx_xistercian |
Version | 1.0 2021-07-17 |
Licenses | The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3c |
Copyright | 2020–2021 Jonathan P. Spratte |
Maintainer | Jonathan P. Spratte |
Contained in | TeX Live as xistercian MiKTeX as xistercian |
Topics | PGF TikZ Experimental LaTeX3 Numbers Graphics |
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