gcalctool v5.6.24 [hopefully stable]
Posted on: 07/19/2005 04:23 PM

Gcalctool is the default GNOME desktop calculator.

It has Basic, Advanced, Financial and Scientific modes. Internally it uses multiple precision arithmetic to produce results to a high degree of accuracy.

This release is to fix a nasty crasher (see below). It's for the GNOME 2.11 release train.

Note that in order to build, gcalctool now requires Gtk+ v2.6.1 (or later).

Changes since the last gcalctool version (5.6.21).

* Fixed bug #310849. Gcalctool no longer crashes when pressing the "B" button (or typing Shift-B). (Thanks Christian Krause).

* Fixed bug #310791. Memory register window view logic was screwed.

* Fixed bug #310441. Adjusted code to compile with gcc 2.95.2. (Thanks Jens Granseuer).

* Translations (thankyou!):

Danilo \\305\\240egan - sr.po, sr@Latn.po: Updated Serbian translation
by Igor Nestorovi\\304\\207.
Adam Weinberger - en_CA.po: Updated Canadian English translation.
Vincent van Adrighem - nl.po: Translation updated by Tino Meinen.
Theppitak Karoonboonyanan - th.po: Updated Thai translation.
Miloslav Trmac - cs.po: Updated Czech translation.
Clytie Siddall - vi.po: Updated Vietnamese translation.
Takeshi AIHANA - ja.po: Updated Japanese translation.
Marcel Telka - sk.po: Updated Slovak translation.


You can download this new version from:

http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/gcalctool/5.6/

[Although some of the ftp mirrors may take a little while to sync].


Printed from Linux Compatible (http://www.linuxcompatible.org/news/story/gcalctool_v5624_hopefully_stable.html)