While there's surely many other approaches for drawing geometrical shapes, I've decided to use Latex for this purpose. My search led me to the package TikZ. I've found a nice list of examples at
and for my specific purpose, under the geometry area.
From these, the morley triangle is a first step toward what I try to draw but upon compilation I'm being told that tkz-2d doesn't exist, plus a bunch of other warning / error messages such as division by zero. Even opening the example in overleaf leads to a compilation error. So I tried to install tkz-2d following
but none of the proposed solution worked (ubuntu 16.04). At How to install tkz-2d in TeXLive 2010?, I find that tkz-2d has been replaced by tkz-euclide, so I go ahead and replace tkz-2d by the newer tkz-euclide. Compilation passes and I have a pdf with the triangle but still with many warnings / errors along the way (mainly
Undefined control sequence).
I am just at the crossroad of following the TikZ path (preferred) or moving elsewhere, so I have these straightforward questions: is TikZ still alive? Is it worth diving in the 1000+pages pgfmanual.pdf or will it be painful to track the evolution of outdated packages (e.g. tkz-2d) and try to run outdated examples?