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ASY(1)			    General Commands Manual			ASY(1)

NAME
       asy - Asymptote:	a script-based vector graphics language

SYNOPSIS
       asy [options] [file ...]

DESCRIPTION
       Asymptote  is a powerful	descriptive vector graphics language for tech-
       nical drawings, inspired	by MetaPost but	with an	improved C++-like syn-
       tax.   Asymptote	 provides  for	figures	the same high-quality level of
       typesetting that	LaTeX does for scientific text.

OPTIONS
       If no arguments are given, Asymptote runs in interactive	mode.

       If "-" is given as the file argument, Asymptote reads from standard in-
       put.

       A  summary of options is	included below.	The effect of most options can
       be negated by prepending	no to the option  name.	  Default  values  for
       most  options  may  also	 be entered in the file	.asy/config.asy	in the
       user's home directory using the long form:

	    import settings;
	    batchView=true;

       For a complete description, see the Info	files.

SEE ALSO
       Asymptote is documented fully in	the asymptote Info page.   The	manual
       can also	be accessed in interactive mode	with the "help"	command.

AUTHOR
       Asymptote was written by	Andy Hammerlindl, John Bowman, and Tom Prince.

       This manual page	was written by Hubert Chan for the Debian project (but
       may be used by others).

				  1 Dec	2004				ASY(1)

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