Release Notes: This release contains a major reorganization of the text output code. Transparency in bitmaps is now supported, and limited functionality of the bar style is available in 3d graphs. Various bugs have been fixed and there are small improvements all over the place.
Release Notes: This release adds 3D plotting facilities using parallel or central projection. Two new graph styles, grids and surfaces, can be used in 3D graphs as well as some existing generic graph styles (symbols, lines, error bars, etc.). Several new examples, various other improvements, and some bugfixes complete this release.
Release Notes: This release features a new set of deformers for path manipulations like smoothing, shifting, etc. A new set of extensively documented examples describing various aspects of PyX in a cookbook-like fashion have been written. Type 1 font-stripping is now handled by a newly written Python module. Many other improvements and bugfixes are included in this release.
Release Notes: This release supports PDF output and the generation of multi-page PS/PDF documents. The internals of the path system have been cleaned up, and its external interface has been streamlined. The axis-data handling of the graph component has undergone a major revision. Many other improvements and bugfixes are included in this release.
Release Notes: This release adds support for inclusion of bitmaps. The path system has undergone a major revision and cleanup. The handling of short path elements was enhanced considerably to prevent numerical instabilities. The data and style handling in the graph system was completely reorganized. It is now possible to combine several graph styles within a single plot instruction.
Release Notes: This release further improves the internal design and visible interfaces of PyX. The path system has undergone a major revision and cleanup. The graph module has been split into several smaller modules, reflecting its component architecture. Moreover, it now makes use of the attribute system introduced in the previous release. Graph styles and data handling have been largely revised. Major parts of the documentation have been rewritten and are now based on the standard Python documentation style. Bug-fixes and speed improvements complete this release.
Release Notes: This release marks an important development step towards a final design of the internal and user visible interfaces of PyX. A more consistent and flexible attribute system is included. The TeX integration has been improved: native support for virtual fonts has been added. Markers allow the gathering of positions within the text. TeX's inter-process-communication option can be used to speed up the TeX interface. The install process has been streamlined. Lots of other small improvements and bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: This release improves the special and font handling of the TeX/LaTeX interface. The graph module has undergone extensive restructuring of the axis component. Furthermore, various known bugs and shortcomings have been fixed.