PSTricks: is it a feature or a bug?

Christophe Broult broult at
Wed Jul 9 09:45:47 CEST 1997

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>     It's a bug known since a long time. It would be difficult to correct, as it
>   is related to general parsing of psmatrix environment (because you can have a
>   special value for inter-row space like \\[1cm] and the bug is related to the
>   difference between \\ new-line [...] and \\[...] new-line).
>     In any case, I didn't succeed to correct it... Nevertheless, workaround is
>   easy. Mine is the same than yours, but 0cm is clearest and use default
>   inter-row space.

Looking at the meaning of the optional parameter of \\, I had come up
with the same answer for the value to use for this parameter.

>     Look at generic/pstricks.bug in PST 97 distribution or at the Bugs page
>   on PSTricks WWW pages.

I had taken a look at it when I installed the package but afterwards I
couldn't find out where the file was. Thank you for remind me about
that file.



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