There is a new version of pgfSweave, and its awesome!

April 6, 2011
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I just uploaded version 1.2.1 of pgfSweave, and I think it is just great! The most notable new feature is the use of the TikZ externalization library list and make feature instead of the pgf \begingraphicnamed functionality. This has some important consequences: PGF 2.10 is required! This has been out for some months now but […]

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