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Qalculate!

- the ultimate desktop calculator




Q alculate! is a multi-purpose desktop calculator for GNU/Linux (now ported to Mac via MacPorts). It is small and simple to use but with much power and versatility underneath. Features include customizable functions, units, arbitrary precision, plotting, and a user-friendly interface (KDE3 or GTK+).

Unfortunately, development of Qalculate! has completely stalled. Fortunately, it continues to work reasonably well in linux/unix platforms, but it is only a matter of time before things break. Interested parties are encouraged to discuss the future of Qalculate in the Open Discussion forum.


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Latest News

.: 2010-01-06 :. Qalculate! version 0.9.7 released

After a long time without updates, a new version of Qalculate! is available for download. This is a bug fix and build update release. Qalculate! should now compile and work on most modern systems.

Changelog:
  • General build updates and bug fixes, including the ability to build against cln >= 1.2
  • Bug fix for segfaults with some uses of integrate()
  • New Simplified Chinese translation
  • Fix crash with unsupported operator in RPN syntax
  • Fix reduction of vector size

.: 2007-06-17 :. Qalculate! version 0.9.6 released

A new version of Qalculate! providing enhanced stability and usability with bug fixes and feature enhancements is now available.

Changelog:
  • Use Lambert W to solve more equations and avoid infinite loop when solving some equations
  • More data on elements
  • Fix simplification of (1-1/x)^3 and similar
  • Fix clumsy mistakes in with prefixes leading to crashes
  • Fix parsing of unit expressions (when converting) such as W/(m K)
  • Add more exact values for sin() and cos() and avoid floating point underflow by, in approximate mode, checking against the value of pi
  • Always input decimal separator sign on keypad separator press
  • Fix crash when expression entry reclaims focus if compiled with optimizations (GTK+)
  • New units: typographic units, pouce, pied du roi, grams of TNT and tons of TNT
  • New functions: lambertW(), addDays(), addMonths(), addYear(), addTime(), isNumber(), isReal(), isRational(), isInteger(), representsNumber(), representsReal(), representsRational(), representsInteger()
  • New variable: omega constant
  • Other minor fixes and enhancements

.: 2006-12-17 :. Qalculate! version 0.9.5 finally released

After a long time with sporadic development, here is a new version with many new features and bug fixes.

Changelog:
  • French translation (not fully complete yet)
  • Return value in save() and add "name := value" as shortcut
  • Integer factorization
  • Interpret 0x[0-9,a-f] as hexadecimal number (do not require first digit to be 0-9)
  • Add "Engineering" display mode
  • Several fixes to display of units and prefixes
  • Show value for variables without title in expression completion
  • New functions: cross(), heaviside(), rectangular(), triangular(), ramp() kronecker(), sigmoid(), and logit()
  • Use radius as argument for circumference()
  • Add optional upper and lower limit arguments to integrate() for definite integrals
  • Fix precision in logn()
  • Ability to set shortcuts for meta modes (KDE)
  • Make separate options for "Sort Minus Last" and "Negative Exponents" in numerical display menu
  • Add "Edit Expression", "Edit Result", and "Insert Result Variable" to history context menu (KDE)
  • Global shortcut for show/hide (KDE)
  • Use localized comma for insert matrix/vector
  • Remove use of libgnomeui completely and add --with-libgnome configure option
  • Fix parsing of "x!)!"
  • Use Julian year for light-year value
  • Add several accelerator keys (GTK+)
  • Connect "Exp" button Exp RPN operation and add Ctrl+Shift+E shortcut
  • Fixes for old KDE and Qt versions
  • New command line options for qalc: -terse (-t), -nodefs (-n), -nocurrencies, -nodatasets, -nofunctions, -nounits, -novariables

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