gdcalc is a GTK+-based Reverse Polish Notation calculator for Unix and Linux with stats, financial, programming and scientific functions. It features a visible stack, registers, and stack control keys, with some included conversions based on units(1).
|Tags||Utilities Office/Business Financial Scientific/Engineering Mathematics Software Development|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release fixes an initialization problem with .gdcalcrc which caused it to display an algebraic GUI but actually be in RPN mode, moves to Google Code, and includes the old curses dcalc in the same package.
Release Notes: Financial calculations were improved, including the addition of a much better algorithm for interest.
Release Notes: A false dependency on kdelibs was fixed.
Release Notes: GNOME and KDE integration was enhanced. A source RPM is now provided. The response to the "delete" window signal was corrected.
Release Notes: A much improved interest rate calculation has been implemented, which is more robust (nearly always converges) and more accurate. Copy and paste to and from other X applications is now possible.