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Typesetting sequences of math formulas, e.g. type inference rules
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Version: 1.3.2,
Package name: texmathpartir1.3.2,
Maintainer: pkgsrcusersThe package provides macros for typesetting math formulas in
mixed horizontal and vertical mode, automatically as best fit.
It provides an environment mathpar that behaves much as a loose
centered paragraph where words are math formulas, and spaces
between them are larger and adjustable. It also provides a
macro \inferrule for typeseting fractions where both the
numerator and denominator may be sequences of formulas that
will be also typeset in a similar way. It can typically be used
for typeseting sets of type inference rules or typing
derivations. A macro inferrule for typesetting type inference
rules.
Required to run:[
print/texxkeyval] [
print/kpathsea]
Required to build:[
pkgtools/cwrappers]
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 (20180118) Package added to pkgsrc.se, version texmathpartir1.3.2 (created)
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20180118 12:00:44 by Mark Davies  Files touched by this commit (8) 
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texmathpartir{,doc}: Add version 1.3.2
The package provides macros for typesetting math formulas in
mixed horizontal and vertical mode, automatically as best fit.
It provides an environment mathpar that behaves much as a loose
centered paragraph where words are math formulas, and spaces
between them are larger and adjustable. It also provides a
macro \inferrule for typeseting fractions where both the
numerator and denominator may be sequences of formulas that
will be also typeset in a similar way. It can typically be used
for typeseting sets of type inference rules or typing
derivations. A macro inferrule for typesetting type inference
rules.
