Release Notes: This version brings a change in the GUI. The dialog is wrapped into three tabs for inputs, ratings, and results. A new button was created in the toolbar and in the menu to calculate the results. The ratings tab contains three ways to insert ratings, insert them individually, insert the sum of ratings, and insert the mean rating of opponents.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the Win32 version. Translations didn't work, and the application was started from the console. The Win32 version no longer uses the setup; it is a plain zip file that is easy to unzip. In the opponents table, the header was added to help the user input correct values.
Release Notes: This version brings changes from FIDE rules that are valid from the 1st of July 2009. The minimal rating was changed from 1600 to 1200. The rule of 350 points was changed to 400 points. The value of 800 was added to rating performance table for 0 or 100%.
Release Notes: This version brings a rating performance calculation. Language selection is saved upon exit and loaded on start using the Qt's settings mechanism, and doesn't depend on the system language anymore. Czech and Greek translations were also added.
Release Notes: This version brings important changes. Calculation of a new rating is now in full accordance with FIDE rules. Everyone can check it at the official FIDE Web site using data for any player. The source tarball is again available for download for Mac users along with .deb, .rpm, binary.tar.gz, binary.sh, and NSIS Win32 setup file.
Release Notes: This version fixes an annoying bug where the opponent's names and ratings were deleted after a change in the number of played games. The ability to use the qmake build system in addition to cmake was added again.
Release Notes: The only visible change is only new application icon, but there is a big change under the hood: a switch from the qmake build system to cmake. Now it is possible to release a Debian package, an RPM package, or a Windows NSIS setup package from a Linux environment by issuing one command.
Release Notes: Bugs were fixed. Checks of numerical values were added.