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Package jpicedt.format.latex.parser

Classes (formatter, view factory,...) related to the LaTeX (standard) content-type.


Class Summary
BeginPictureExpression LaTeX or eepic : \begin{picture}(w,h) \begin{picture}(w,h)(x,y)
EndPictureExpression \end{picture}
LaTeXBezierExpression Rules for parsing quad bezier with a LaTeX syntax \\qbezier(x1,y1)(xc,yc)(x2,y2) \\bezier{n}(x1,y1)(xc,yc)(x2,y2)
LaTeXInstanciationExpression instanciates a new Element by cloning the given object, when it finds the given tag, then adds it to the current PicGroup ; makes use of the PicAttributeSet associated with the ATTRIBUTES key in LaTeXParser.
LaTeXParser Grammar rules for the LaTeX's picture environment parser
LaTeXPicPointExpression an expression that parses "(x,y)" string (LaTeX-like PicPoint) and gives the corresponding numerical values to the point number "ptNumber" of the current Element (see jpicedt.graphic.model.Element interface for details on the setPoint()/getPoint() methods).
LaTeXPutExpression \\put(x,y){argument} Depending on the argument found, instanciates :
LineThicknessExpression Legal syntax : \linethickness{0.4pt} \linethickness{0.4mm} \linethickness{0.4cm} \linethickness{0.4} // en mm par défaut note : 1pt = 1/72.27 inch = 0.3515 mm cf.
PicArrowTypeExpression "0/1 0/1" arrow type (we take for granted that this string is followed by a LaTeX-picPoint, as in %Line 0 1 (2.3,4.5)..., possibly with leading whitespaces)
PicBezierExpression Rules for parsing quad curves with a PicEdt syntax : PicBezier : %Bezier 0|1 0|1 (x1,y1)(xC,yC)(x2,y2) dash=value Any string %End Bezier dash is optional.
PicColorExpression jPicEdt syntax (i.e.
PicDashStatement Handles dash statements in jPicEdt-syntax (i.e.
PicEllipseExpression PicEllipse : %Ellipse(x0,y0)(width)(height) %Ellipse(x0,y0)(width,height) filled|whiten|blacken|shade arcStart= arcExtent= Any string (multiput...) %End Ellipse
PicEndExpression Match "%End XXXX"-like expressions at the beginning of a line (or preceeded by whitespaces), after skipping as many lines as necessary.
PicGroupExpression PicGroup: %Begin group ...
PicLineExpression PicLine : %Line 0 0 (x0,y0)(x1,y1) dash=value %Line 0 1 (x0,y0)(x1,y1) dash=value %Line 1 0 (x0,y0)(x1,y1) dash=value %Line 1 1 (x0,y0)(x1,y1) dash=value (dash is optional) Any string (\multiput, etc...) %End Line
PicPolygonExpression PicPolygon : %Polygon (x1,y1)...(xn,yn) dash=value whiten|shade|blacken closed ...
PicRectangleExpression PicRectangle : %Rectangle(x0,y0)(x1,y1) or %Rectangle(x0,y0)(x1,y1) filled|blacken|shade|whiten dash=value Any string %End Rectangle
UnitLengthExpression \\unitlength value \\setlength{\\unitlength}{value} where value's permitted syntaxs are : 0.11, 0.11mm, 0.11cm, 0.11pt with possible leading whitespaces before the "unit".

Package jpicedt.format.latex.parser Description

Classes (formatter, view factory,...) related to the LaTeX (standard) content-type.

PicEdt 1.0