Wed, 5 Jan 2011 21:13:16 +0000
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On 05/01/2011 18:42, Frank Mittelbach wrote:
> Joseph did a cleaner reimplementation of that recently. This new
> implementation is working very nicely and it is available from the svn for
> people who want to play with it.
I have updated a snapshot to CTAN, as part of xpackages. You can
therefore download xpackages.tds.zip for testing [once Robin has
installed it, of course :-)].
As Franks says:
> We do think that the interface is now largely the way we like it. But I still
> think that there are a couple of things that would be worth having and I would
> be interested to hear what others think about this.
the stuff that is implemented (a) should work properly and (b) should
have a reasonable interface. However, until there is a bit more testing,
bugs/changes may happen.
> Basically what xcoffins currently does is to provide a fairly natural way for
> specifying how boxes (called coffins for some reason) are to be aligned to
> each other including rotation and with Joseph's implementation also scaling.
Scaling here means 'stretching the content of the box', i.e.
graphic(s/x)'s \scalebox and \resizebox.