This package provides macros and an environment to generate timing diagrams
(digital waveforms) without much effort.  The TikZ (pgf) package is used to
produce the graphics.  The diagrams may be inserted into text (paragraphs,
\hbox, etc.) and into tikzpictures.  A tabular-like environment is provided to
produce larger timing diagrams.

Copyright (C) 2009-2017 Martin Scharrer

This work may be distributed and/or modified under the
conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, either version 1.3c
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version 2008/05/04 or later.

This work has the LPPL maintenance status `maintained'.

The Current Maintainer of this work is Martin Scharrer.

This work consists of the files tikz-timing.dtx, tikz-timing.ins
and the derived file tikz-timing.sty.

Tiny example:
In text:
Inside tikzpicture:
  \timing [settings] (1,2) {HLHLHLHLHL};

From the .dtx file (if you don't get the .sty files directly):
Unpack the zip file and run:
  [pdf]latex tikz-timing.ins
Place the tikz-timing.sty file into your TEXMF tree, e.g. in

To create the documentation:

  [pdf]latex tikz-timing.dtx
  makeindex -s -o tikz-timing.ind tikz-timing.idx
  makeindex -s -o tikz-timing.gls tikz-timing.glo
  [pdf]latex tikz-timing.dtx
  [pdf]latex tikz-timing.dtx