======================== physymb ============================ Created by David Zaslavsky <firstname.lastname@example.org> THIS PACKAGE IS OBSOLETE Instead of physymb you should use some or all of these packages: * braket * commath * hepnames * mandi * physics * siunitx For more on what each of these packages provides, see the package's documentation and/or the documentation of physymb. This package contains four files: * README: This file :) * physymb.pdf: The PDF documentation, which details all the macros defined by the package. * physymb.dtx: The documented source. Running pdflatex on this reproduces the PDF documentation. * physymb.ins: The installer file. Running latex or pdflatex on this will generate the actual package file, physymb.sty. To install the package, it should be enough to just copy physymb.sty to the tex/latex/physymb/ directory (which you may need to create) within your local TDS tree, which is typically $HOME/texmf/ on a Linux system. The location varies on Windows. It's also recommended to copy physymb.pdf into doc/latex/physymb/ under the TDS tree. If you don't know what a TDS tree is, or want to have this explained in more detail, see http://www.tex.ac.uk/cgi-bin/texfaq2html?label=instpackages physymb is licensed under the LaTeX Project Public License, version 1.3 or later.
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physymb – Assorted macros for Physicists
The package contains a large collection of small macros that may be useful to physicists and occasionally some mathematicians. It streamlines writing Dirac notation, derivatives, vector variables, unit vectors, scientific notation, elementary particles, and many other things.
This package has been declared obsolete by its author.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Contained in||MiKTeX as physymb|