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Direc­tory macros/latex/contrib/esint

The esint package is a solution to access to alternate integral symbols
using the Computer Modern fonts.

In the original Computer Modern Math font, several integral symbols are missing,
such \oiint. Many of those symbols are available
in other math fonts (pxfonts, txfonts, etc.), but there is no good solution if you
want tu use Computer Modern.

Run LaTeX on esint.ins to generate files.

Install the files:

-- esint.sty and uesint.fd on TEXINPUT;
-- esint10.mf, mathint.mf and bigint.mf on MFINPUT;
-- generate tfm files running METAFONT on esint10.mf files, and put
the *.tfm file on the right location.

Run LaTeX on esint.dtx to generate


*20/01/2005: minor change in esint.fd in order to avoid an error inside align environment.
Thank's to Eckhard Neber.

Contact me from my web page http://perso.wanadoo.fr/eddie.saudrais if you think
an integral symbol is still missing.

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (108.5k).

esint – Ex­tended set of in­te­grals for Com­puter Modern

The esint pack­age per­mits ac­cess to al­ter­nate in­te­gral sym­bols when you're us­ing the Com­puter Modern fonts. In the orig­i­nal set, sev­eral in­te­gral sym­bols are miss­ing, such as \oi­int. Many of these sym­bols are avail­able in other font sets (px­fonts, tx­fonts, etc.), but there is no good so­lu­tion if you want to use Com­puter Modern.

The pack­age pro­vides source and macro sup­port.

Li­cense Public Do­main Soft­ware
Main­tainer Ed­die Saudrais
Con­tained inTeX Live as esint
MiKTeX as esint
Topics fonts dis­tributed as source
fonts them­selves
col­lec­tions of math­e­mat­i­cal sym­bols
See also esint-type1
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