The pstring LaTeX package
This package lets you typeset justiﬁed sequences, also called pointing strings. It's used for instance, in research papers about Game Semantics to represent sequence of game moves with their associated justification pointers.
See http://william.famille-blum.org/software/latex/ for latest information about this package.
William Blum (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tested with MikTeX on Windows. It was reported to work on other platform as well but I have not tested it myself.
The following packages are required when compiling with
latex to postscript:
If compiling to PDF using
pdflatex then the
tikz packages are used instead to render the pointers:
This material is released in the Public domain.
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pstring – Typeset sequences with justification pointers
This package lets you typeset justiﬁed sequences, also called pointing strings. It's used for instance, in research papers about Game Semantics to represent sequence of game moves with their associated justification pointers.Depending on wether using LaTeX or pdfLaTeX, the package uses PSTricks and pst-node respectively pgf/TikZ.
|Licenses||Public Domain Software|
|Copyright||2008 William Blum|
|Contained in||TeX Live as pstring|
MiKTeX as pstring