hepparticles and maybemath
Robin.Fairbairns at cl.cam.ac.uk
Tue Feb 22 14:50:00 CET 2005
Andy Buckley has submitted upgrades of the hepparticles and maybemath
packages. Change information is:
> maybemath provides macros for making math mode expressions bold,
> upright, italic or sans-serif according to context. This release adds
> the sans-serif feature and fixes several bugs which were affecting
> robustness in specific nested contexts.
> hepparticles is a set of macros for typesetting high energy physics
> particle names. This release largely overhauls the internal package
> structure, providing extremely flexible particle typesetting structures
> for standard particles, anti-particles, SUSY particles and their
> anti-particles (both as generic labels and as concrete names) and for
> constructing resonance specifiers. In addition, several low-level macros
> are exposed for the few cases in which the package does not provide the
> required semantic structures. Whether an upright or italic convention is
> used for specific particle names can be specified as a package option.
i've installed the two new versions in
macros/latex/contrib/(hepparticles|maybemath)/ here at cambridge.
they will be at the other ctan sites soon, and at mirrors over the
next few days.
thanks, Andy, for the updates.
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