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comment How can I produce the history graph of a Git repository in LaTeX?
@Jubobs As you pointed out, GitDAGS does something other than what I am looking for. Nevertheless, this is really cool!
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comment Generating On-Shell Diagrams
@PrzemysławScherwentke That is no fun at all!
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comment Generating On-Shell Diagrams
I understand that tikz can produce these diagrams. What I want to avoid is having to manually place each node in its place. Is there a way in tikz to specify the underlying pattern to more automatically generate the diagram?
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comment How can I produce the history graph of a Git repository in LaTeX?
This looks very nice! As you pointed out, the trick is going to be parsing the git output.
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comment Beamer: How text wrapping around a graphic right aligned?
Is there a way to get the bullet points to line up properly without having to manually adjust the column width parameters or \hspace?
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comment Draft Watermark with Beamer
"UNOFFICIAL", actually. I needed to share some slides with some preliminary results, but I needed to make it clear that they were not officially endorsed.
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comment How can I produce the history graph of a Git repository in LaTeX?
It I am not mistaken, latex-git-log just tabulates the history. Not exactly what I am looking for.
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comment Adjusting space before and after a latex beamer block
@7asd44 If you want the spacing between the blocks to scale with your chosen font size, then you can use em or ex instead of pt for \vspace{...}.