Draw various kinds of timing diagrams in Tikz. There’s no real documentation, read the source and the examples (diagrams-examples.tex), and use at your own risks ;-). The latest version is to be found here: https://gitlab.com/tikz-goodies/tikz-goodies You may want to have a look at tikz-timing too if you want to draw some hardware-oriented timing diagrams. http://www.texample.net/tikz/examples/tikz-timing/
Git-latexdiff git-latexdiff is a wrapper around latexdiff that allows one to diff a LaTeX file between two Git revisions. Download sources: https://gitlab.com/git-latexdiff (snapshot) latexpand latexpand is a simple Perl script that expands \include, \input, \usepackage and \bibliography macros. The most common use of latexpand is to simplify distribution of source LaTeX files, typically to satisfy the requirement of editors and archival sites (springer, arXiv.org, ...) who force the authors to submit sources. One does not necessarily want to submit sources with comments, and uploading (...)
This package provides a few LaTeX commands to draw the basic elements in typical SystemC/TLM (Transaction Level Modeling) elements : sc_modules (\scmodule) sc_ports (\scin, \scout) tlm sockets (\isocket, \tsocket) nice-looking point to point connection between them There’s no real documentation, read the source and the examples, and use at your own risks ;-).
drawstack.sty is a simple package to draw execution stacks in LaTeX (written using TikZ). This package can be used for plain LaTeX as well as LaTeX-beamer presentations. The drawstack package (Contains an example) Source is hosted on Gitlab : https://gitlab.com/tikz-goodies/tikz-goodies