Release Notes: There were some serious bugs in the sine, cosine and tangent functions, which are fixed in this release.
Release Notes: Implementations for the goniometric functions sin, cos, and tan were added. Nevertheless, one should take care when using them, since the interval implementations rely on the hardware, which is not always reliable.
Release Notes: Some functions (min, asinh, /=) were added. A rounding bug in the division was fixed.
Release Notes: A serious bug was fixed in the power function, and the library compiles again with Debian Woody.
Release Notes: The library now also compiles under Cygwin.
Release Notes: Only one new function was added: "between". This function is needed by libcff 0.3.
Release Notes: The -= operator is now supported along with negative or floating point powers. Comments were added to the example file, and the main Web site was updated.
Release Notes: libtool support was added.
Release Notes: Two functions, "positivePart" and "hull", were added.
Release Notes: Easyval now compiles under Linux, Solaris, and FreeBSD. It will also compile under Windows with MSVC. tmake and Easyval.pro should be used to build a Windows library.