[pstricks] [Pgf-users] what can PSTricks do that PGF/TikZ can't? (and vice versa)
jcnengel at googlemail.com
Thu Jul 17 13:48:12 CEST 2008
Herbert Voss wrote:
>> Concerning that topic I can assure you that I like TikZ/pgf much better
>> than pstricks for its documentation. To me it appears that the freely
>> available PSTricks documentation is in some parts rather outdated.
> which one?
Maybe "outdated" is the wrong word. What I like better about TikZ/pgf is
the fact that there exists one(!) compendium for the whole thing,
whereas I have to look at a lot of different places to find the docs for
pstricks, since it is not one package but a whole collection. Apart from
your book I have not yet found a document giving a overview over the
whole lot of packages, something like a frame for all those docs.
But of course I see that this is due to the nature of PSTricks. :)
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