Index of /macros/latex209/contrib/trees/tree_tex

[ICO]NameLast modifiedSizeDescription

[DIR]Parent Directory  -  
[TXT]Makefile14-Oct-1994 00:00 1.2K 
[TXT]layout.c14-Oct-1994 00:00 9.1K 
[TXT]layout.h14-Oct-1994 00:00 1.7K 
[   ]test1.tex14-Oct-1994 00:00 1.1K 
[   ]test2.tex14-Oct-1994 00:00 3.6K 
[TXT]treetex.c14-Oct-1994 00:00 14K 
[TXT]treetex.sty14-Oct-1994 00:00 3.7K 

Author: Anthony Bloesch
Title: README

Copyright (C) Anthony Bloesch 1993

Version: 1.0

The treetex software performs automatic layout  of n-ary  trees,  with
arbitrary sized nodes, in LaTeX.  To use the software you describe the
tree in a tree environment.  For example:

   \begin{tree}[l]{testtreea}
     \rootnode{root node}
     \treenode{nodeA}{root}{left root child}
     \treenode{nodeB}{root}{right root child}
     \treenode{nodeC}{nodeA}{nodeA child}
   \end{tree}

will be layed out something like:

                           root node
                               |
                      -------------------
                      |                 |  
	       left root child   right root child
                      |
                 nodeA child

Also trees can be layed out sideways.  The software is fully described
in the  file `treetex.sty'.  To make the software edit the makefile to
set up the macros correctly and then type:

  make

to test it, type:

  make test

Bug reports  and  questions  can  be  directed,  by email,  to  me  at
`anthonyb@cs.uq.oz.au.' and by ordinary post to:

  Anthony Bloesch
  University of Queensland
  St Lucia, 4072
  Australia

And last but not least the dreaded disclaimer:

   This software is distributed in the hope that it will prove useful,
   but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
   MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

You may however do anything you want to the software provided you keep
the copyright notices and the above disclaimer, and make it clear that
the software has been altered.


                                         Anthony