Projects / Euler for GTK+

Euler for GTK+

This the GTK+ port of Euler, a program for quickly and interactively computing with real and complex numbers and matrices. It features advanced graphical capabilities and a simple programming language.


Recent releases

  •  31 Oct 2005 13:36

    Release Notes: This version was ported to GTK2. The autoconf tools are now used. Some bugs were fixed. New functions were added for degree and rad.

    •  02 Aug 2002 17:29

      Release Notes: Bug were fixed. The GUI has been improved (wheel mouse support and drag and drop to load the notebook files). Events are handled better so that animations are now usable. Logplots have been enhanced. gcm, lcm, primes, isprime, and factor functions have been added. The documentation has been updated and translated partially into French and German.

      •  18 May 2002 18:51

        Release Notes: Bugfixes were made in the scan_dir, input, and lineinput functions. New figure, animate, and rotate functions were added. An antialiasing function for density plots was implemented.

        •  12 Apr 2002 18:56

          Release Notes: A deep reordering of source code to ease future enhancements, a more portable scandir function which will prevent compiling errors on Solaris, a "delete outputs" menu item to delete all the outputs in a notebook (the first lines as well), and addition of the GPL license text with the distribution.

          •  20 Feb 2002 11:25

            Release Notes: Clipboard management, a color scheme for 3D graphics, a demo menu for quick demo access, a few bugfixes were added. Minor changes were made to enable the forthcoming Debian package.

            Recent comments

            08 Jun 2002 03:45 johnsterx

            Great math tool!
            This application rocks! I may throw away my ti-89


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