Version 5.6 (2016/05/02) of chemmacros comes with a whole bunch of improvements and changes – no breaking changes, though. Here’s an overview over the changes: Continue reading “What’s new in chemmacros v5.6?”
I have written earlier about a new concept for chemmacros and about the current development of chemmacros. I really want to go along with e idea of modularity. In fact so much that I already have a draft completed (without manual and probably a number of bugs but still…). The big question is, though: How do I procede without annoying all the users of chemmacros? If I am consequent with the modularity then there need to be breaking changes.
Continue reading “a new chemmacros – but how?”
My chemmacros bundle has reached version 4.0. The step to a new major version has been made for two reasons: 1) the bundle has been extended with a new package: chemgreek. 2) every sub package can now be loaded and used independently. In all versions 3.* the ghsystem package, the chemformula package and the chemmacros package have loaded each other which made them one single package, really. This is no longer true. While chemmacros still loads ghsystem and chemformula (and also the new package chemgreek) the same is not true for ghsystem, chemformula or chemgreek. If they’re loaded alone they won’t load any other package of the bundle. Continue reading “chemmacros v4.0”
Are you teaching chemistry and have ever had the need to show the addition of equations and the cancelling of compounds? Well, that’s not too complicated. Continue reading “Cancelling compounds”
chemmacros has been updated recently. With the macros alone there have not been many changes. A few new ones: Continue reading “chemmacros: from package to bundle”