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From: Alain Matthes <alain.matthes@ma...>  20101210 19:02:47

Hi The question is in the title I have \pgfmathdeclarefunction{fct}, what is the best way to know if fct is not already defined. Thanks Alain 
From: Alejandro Pérez Carballo <apca@MIT.EDU>  20101210 17:00:11

Hi Alain, Thanks for your reply. And thanks for putting together these packages. They're a pleasure to work with. I believe the version of tkzberge I'm working with is 2.8. I don't think I have tkzeuclide. I will send you the files to the address you specified. Any ideas for a temporary fix? Thanks again, APC On Fri, Dec 10, 2010 at 11:21 AM, Alain Matthes <alain.matthes@...> wrote: > > Le 10 déc. 2010 à 16:33, perezcarballo a écrit : > >> >> Hi all, >> >> I started getting an error message when loading tkzberge. I have been using >> it for over a year and this is the first time I run into this type of >> trouble. >> >> Here is a minimal example of what triggers the error: >> >> \documentclass{article} >> \usepackage{tkzberge} >> >> \begin{document} >> Hello world. >> \end{document} > > > Hi > > Do you have try tkzeuclide ? If yes, there is an incompatibility between tkzberge and > the new tkzarith. I need to update tkzberge! > If you want, you can send me the files at al.ma@... > > What is the version of tkzberge ? The next version will be on CTAN without this problem ! > > Alain Matthes  Alejandro Pérez Carballo MIT Linguistics and Philosophy 77 Massachusetts Ave, 32D808 Cambridge, MA 02139 USA http://web.mit.edu/apca 
From: Alain Matthes <alain.matthes@ma...>  20101210 16:22:17

Le 10 déc. 2010 à 16:33, perezcarballo a écrit : > > Hi all, > > I started getting an error message when loading tkzberge. I have been using > it for over a year and this is the first time I run into this type of > trouble. > > Here is a minimal example of what triggers the error: > > \documentclass{article} > \usepackage{tkzberge} > > \begin{document} > Hello world. > \end{document} Hi Do you have try tkzeuclide ? If yes, there is an incompatibility between tkzberge and the new tkzarith. I need to update tkzberge! If you want, you can send me the files at al.ma@... What is the version of tkzberge ? The next version will be on CTAN without this problem ! Alain Matthes 
From: perezcarballo <apca@mi...>  20101210 15:33:37

Hi all, I started getting an error message when loading tkzberge. I have been using it for over a year and this is the first time I run into this type of trouble. Here is a minimal example of what triggers the error: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{tkzberge} \begin{document} Hello world. \end{document} The error list is long, but the first one I get is this: Latex Error: /usr/local/texlive/2009/texmfdist/tex/generic/pgf/math/pgfmathfunctions.basic.code.tex:23 Package PGF Math Error: The function `add' already exists. (There's a bunch of similar errors following that one.) I reinstalled pgf using the TeXLive Utility. I also downloaded what I take to be the most recent versions of tkzberge from http://altermundus.com/pages/download.html here . But I keep getting the same error. What's odd is that if I load tkzgraph or tkzarith, say, by themselves, I don't get any error message. Since those are the packages that actually call pgf, I suspect the problem is with tkzberge and not with pgf. But I can't figure out what it is. I'm using TeXLive 2009, and pdfLaTeX. (I get the same error message if I use XeLaTeX, though I assume this isn't really relevant.) Any thoughts? Thanks a lot, APC  View this message in context: http://old.nabble.com/Errorwhenloadingtkzbergeonlytp30402051p30402051.html Sent from the pgfusers mailing list archive at Nabble.com. 
From: JL Diaz <jldiaz@gm...>  20101210 12:37:50

Another approach, still a bit inconvenient: \tikzset{ horizontal/.style={to path={(\tikztostart)  (\tikztostart\tikztotarget) \tikztonodes}}, vertical/.style={to path={(\tikztostart)  (\tikztostart\tikztotarget) \tikztonodes}} } \begin{tikzpicture} \node[draw] at (0,0) (A) {A}; \node[draw] at (2,.1) (B) {B}; \node[draw] at (.1,1) (C) {C}; \draw (A)  (B) (A)  (C); % These lines come out sloped \draw (A.east) to[horizontal,red] (B.west); % Those dont \draw (A.south) to[vertical, red] (C.north); \end{tikzpicture} Saludos, JL Diaz On Fri, Dec 10, 2010 at 12:12 PM, Tom Hirschowitz < Tom.Hirschowitz@...> wrote: > Dear all, > > We are trying to typeset the following categorical diagram in tikz, > and are unhappy about the horizontal arrows not being parallel. > > > \begin{tikzpicture}[every node/.style={draw,anchor=mid}] % > \matrix (m) [matrix of math nodes,row sep={3 cm,between borders}, % > column sep={3 cm,between borders}] > { (fSV) \desc_f (S) (m \into V) & (SV') \Coprod{V' \in > \ob(\CV_n)} S(V') \\ > (un) 1 & (V) \ob(\CV_m). \\ % > } ; > \path[>] % > (fSV) edge (SV') % > (fSV) edge (un) % > (un) edge (V) % > (SV') edge (V) % > ;% > \end{tikzpicture} > > A solution would be > > \begin{tikzpicture}[every node/.style={draw,anchor=mid}] % > \matrix (m) [matrix of math nodes,row sep={3 cm,between borders}, % > column sep={3 cm,between borders}] > { (fSV) \desc_f (S) (m \into V) & (SV') \Coprod{V' \in > \ob(\CV_n)} S(V') \\ > (un) 1 & (V) \ob(\CV_m). \\ % > } ; > \path[>] % > (fSV.mid east) edge (SV'.mid west) % > (fSV) edge (un) % > (un.mid east) edge (V.mid west) % > (SV') edge (V) % > ;% > \end{tikzpicture} > > but since we are coding such diagrams extensively, we are wondering > whether there is a way to automate this. > > We tried to create a new shape inheriting from 'rectangle', but with > "center = mid". We succeeded in having the centers in place, but the > 'edge' operation seemed to ignore this, automatically compute the > center of the bounding box. > > Many thanks in advance for any help, > Florian and Tom > > > >  > _______________________________________________ > pgfusers mailing list > pgfusers@... > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/pgfusers > 
From: Tom Hirschowitz <Tom.H<irschowitz@un...>  20101210 11:35:22

Dear all, We are trying to typeset the following categorical diagram in tikz, and are unhappy about the horizontal arrows not being parallel. \begin{tikzpicture}[every node/.style={draw,anchor=mid}] % \matrix (m) [matrix of math nodes,row sep={3 cm,between borders}, % column sep={3 cm,between borders}] { (fSV) \desc_f (S) (m \into V) & (SV') \Coprod{V' \in \ob(\CV_n)} S(V') \\ (un) 1 & (V) \ob(\CV_m). \\ % } ; \path[>] % (fSV) edge (SV') % (fSV) edge (un) % (un) edge (V) % (SV') edge (V) % ;% \end{tikzpicture} A solution would be \begin{tikzpicture}[every node/.style={draw,anchor=mid}] % \matrix (m) [matrix of math nodes,row sep={3 cm,between borders}, % column sep={3 cm,between borders}] { (fSV) \desc_f (S) (m \into V) & (SV') \Coprod{V' \in \ob(\CV_n)} S(V') \\ (un) 1 & (V) \ob(\CV_m). \\ % } ; \path[>] % (fSV.mid east) edge (SV'.mid west) % (fSV) edge (un) % (un.mid east) edge (V.mid west) % (SV') edge (V) % ;% \end{tikzpicture} but since we are coding such diagrams extensively, we are wondering whether there is a way to automate this. We tried to create a new shape inheriting from 'rectangle', but with "center = mid". We succeeded in having the centers in place, but the 'edge' operation seemed to ignore this, automatically compute the center of the bounding box. Many thanks in advance for any help, Florian and Tom 