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License:
OpenSource under LGPL
Size:
5.3 MB
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Downloads:
1312
Platform:
Windows All
Publisher:
Sylvain Reynal(more)
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Publisher's Descriptions
jPicEdt is a software aimed at alleviating the burden of using eepic, PSTricks or LaTeX's picture environment macros in a LaTeX file.

jPicEdt allows the user to draw graphical objects using graphic primitives (e.g. splines, arcs, polygons,...), position them easily with the mouse, and add text using LaTeX/PsTricks box commands (e.g. dashbox, psframebox,...).

Yet this is not a 100% WYSIWYG software, and arguments of box commands are displayed as is (jpicedt doesn't include any TeX compiler !).

As of release 1.4.X, pictures can be saved to one of the three following formats:
· LaTeX's standard picture environment, including emulated objects, e.g. lines of any slope (which LaTeX doesn't support natively), circles of any size, ellipses, arcs and polygons.
· epic/eepic, including dashed lines, shading, filled arcs,...
· PSTricks macro packages: almost every macro in the pstricks.sty base package are supported.

jPicEdt can also parse files that include macros in one of these three formats. This allows in particular to load files generated by GnuPlot with a "gset term eepic" or "gset term pstricks" command.



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