#### mlpost 0.9 0.8.2 0.8.1

OCaml library on top of Metapost
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Module .
`type t'`

The abstract type of a single transformation

`val scaled : Num.t -> t'`

Scale an object by a constant factor.

• parameter scale

a scaling function to be applied to each float; see `Num`.t for scaling functions for usual units. This makes only sense when the object to be transformed is given in "bp" units

`val rotated : float -> t'`

Scale an object by a constant factor.

• parameter scale

a scaling function to be applied to each float; see `Num`.t for scaling functions for usual units. This makes only sense when the object to be transformed is given in "bp" units

Rotate an object by an angle given in degrees

`val shifted : Point.t -> t'`

Rotate an object by an angle given in degrees

Shift an object with respect to a point

`val slanted : Num.t -> t'`

Shift an object with respect to a point

Slant an object: the point `(x,y)` becomes `(x+ay,y)`, with slanting factor `a`

`val xscaled : Num.t -> t'`

Slant an object: the point `(x,y)` becomes `(x+ay,y)`, with slanting factor `a`

Scale an object by a constant factor, but only in the `x` direction

`val yscaled : Num.t -> t'`

Scale an object by a constant factor, but only in the `x` direction

Scale an object by a constant factor, but only in the `y` direction

`val zscaled : Point.t -> t'`

Scale an object by a constant factor, but only in the `y` direction

Zscaled multiplies points of the object by the given point, using "complex" multiplication: `(x,y) * (a,b) = (ax - by, bx + ay)`; its effect is to rotate and scale so as to map `(1,0)` into `(a,b)`

`val reflect : Point.t -> Point.t -> t'`

Zscaled multiplies points of the object by the given point, using "complex" multiplication: `(x,y) * (a,b) = (ax - by, bx + ay)`; its effect is to rotate and scale so as to map `(1,0)` into `(a,b)`

Reflect an object with respect to the line that goes through the two given points

`val rotate_around : Point.t -> float -> t'`

Reflect an object with respect to the line that goes through the two given points

Rotate an object by an angle given in degrees, around a given point

`type matrix = Ctypes.matrix`
`val explicit : matrix -> t'`
`type t = t' list`

A transformation is a list of single transformations

`val id : t`

The identity transformation