Roberto Giacomelli released his calctab package. The calctab package helps the user to typeset a kind of economic table such as invoices, expense notes and liquidation or other tabular material with a values column.
Christian Feuersänger has released the latest version of his pgfplots package. The new release features a completely rewritten math expression parser with extended data ranges, colormaps for scatter plots and fine tuning for plot parameters. The table package has been extended and is now a full featured table typesetting, computing and post-processing tool.
We have released the first stable version of the new TeXnicCenter 2.0 development branch. You may download a 32-bit version or 64-bit version. This is a BETA version of the software. It is somewhat stable and unlikely to crash. It is certainly stable enough to replace TeXnicCenter Version 1.
Scott Pakin has released version 1.8 of PerlTeX. The new version adds support for creating documents that can build either with or without PerlTeX. Specifically, the new optional package option tells PerlTeX not to issue an error message if Perl is inaccessible, and the new \ifperl macro checks if Perl is accessible, thereby letting the author define fallback macros/environments if it's not.
Stephan Hennig has released version 3.0 of his mcaption package. The new version fixes some bugs and introduces some changes that ease the use of the package. The new version is incompatible to documents created with the previous version of the package.
Christophe Jorssen and Herbert Voß have updated their LaTeX package pst-circ to version 1.50. The new version provides a small enhancements and some bug fixes. According to the authors pst-circ can easily draw current 2-terminal devices and some 3- and 4-terminal devices used in electronic or electric theory.
Martin Gieseking has released version 0.6 of his dvisvgm tool. The new version offers improved font handling including virtual fonts, map files and font encodings. Additionally, several bugs have been fixed and support for MiKTeX has been updated to version 2.7 of this LaTeX distribution for Windows.
The version 2.0.2 of LyX has been released. This second maintenance release in the 2.0.x series fixes provides many improvements, especially regarding tex2lyx and support for Springer and CTEX classes, and it fixes some bugs.
Herbert Voß has released an assorted set of support files for use with PStricks. The packaged called pst-support contains an appropriate set of job options, together with process scripts for use with TeXnicCenter.
Tobias Nähring and Herbert Voß have released their pst-bezier package. The package provides the \psbcurve macro for drawing Bézier curves. The macro provides full control over all the control points of the curve.
Christian Schenk will release 2.8 Beta 2 of his MiKTeX Tools for GNU/Linux later this week. The new release will contain MiKTeX-pdfTeX, the MiKTeX variant of the pdfTeX engine ported to Linux. The Binary packages (deb/rpm/tgz) are now available for i386 GNU/Linux systems.
Herbert Voß, Denis Girou and Timothy Van Zandt have updated their pstricks package to version 1.27. The new version introduces several new macros. The pstricks package is an extensive collection of PostScript macros that is compatible with most TeX macro formats, including Plain TeX, LaTeX, AMS-TeX, and AMS-LaTeX.
Guillaume Connan has released version 4.02c of his tablor package. The new version fixes bugs in the TVI and TVIapp environments. The tablor package allows to generate tables of signs and of variations using the computer algebra system XCAS. The actual plotting of the tables is performed using the the MetaPost macro package tableauVariations.
John Smith has released version 0.24 of his accfonts tool bundle. The tools of this package can be used to create fonts with unusal accented characters, based on already existing fonts. The tools are reading in existing fonts together with a simple definition file containing control lines and are writing out the resulting font. The different tools in the package are supportind Adobe Type 1 fonts, TeX virtual fonts and Omega fonts.
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