gcalctool v5.8.10 (probably unstable)
Posted on: 05/02/2006 08:31 AM

gcalctool v5.8.10 has been released

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 contains a brand new feature that we'd like feedback on.

It has the potential to make gcalctool unstable, so the sooner we can find and fix any bugs that are there, the better it will be for the version of gcalctool that we later put into GNOME 2.15.2.

NOTE: you will need to get the version of intltool from CVS HEAD in order to build this.

Changes since the last gcalctool version (5.8.9).

* From Sami Pietila
First cut at an Undo/Redo implementation for use with the arithmetic operator precedence mode.

gcalctool v5.8.10 (probably unstable)


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