XFig image libraries and examples
DescriptionXFig is a menu-driven tool that allows the user to draw and manipulate objects interactively in an X window. The resulting pictures can be saved, printed on postscript printers, or converted to a variety of other formats (e.g. to allow inclusion in LaTeX documents or web pages) using the fig2dev program. This package contains several clip art libraries including arrows, flowcharts, charts, labels, knitting, GUI, chemical process flowsheets, logic, digital signal processing, Entity Relationship diagrams, UML, electronic, electrical, hospital equipment, structural analysis, optics, audiovisual objects, computers, networks, mechanical (DIN), music, welding, office equipment, furniture, buildings, flags, maps and several examples.
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