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Englab

EngLab is a cross-compile mathematical platform with a C like syntax intended to be used both by engineers and users with little programming knowledge. It supports programming through small script files but also enables users to easily compile their own functions as shared objects and use them through the program's main interface.

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Release Notes: A complete rewrite of the GUI to Qt. Syntax highlighting in the script editor. Search/help for toolbox functions. Support for custom user-defined functions. Toolboxes for DSP, audio, linear algebra, random, matrix, eigen, analog filter design, series acceleration, and polynomial have been added.

  •  23 Sep 2008 20:29

Release Notes: libenglab is now a shared object. The build system allows users to cross compile for Windows under Unix. EngLab GUI is available for Windows. An all-in-one package for Unix was created. Ten new toolboxes were added, containing functions for converting metrics: Area, Density, Energy, Length, Power, Pressure, Temperature, Velocity, Volume, and Weight.

Release Notes: libenglab is now a shared object. The build system allows users to cross compile for Windows under Unix. EngLab GUI is available for Windows. An all-in-one package for Unix was created. Ten new toolboxes were added, containing functions for converting metrics: Area, Density, Energy, Length, Power, Pressure, Temperature, Velocity, Volume, and Weight.

  •  23 Sep 2008 20:30

Release Notes: libenglab is now a shared object. The build system allows users to cross compile for Windows under Unix. EngLab GUI is available for Windows. An all-in-one package for Unix was created. Ten new toolboxes were added, containing functions for converting metrics: Area, Density, Energy, Length, Power, Pressure, Temperature, Velocity, Volume, and Weight.

Release Notes: libenglab is now a shared object. The build system allows users to cross compile for Windows under Unix. EngLab GUI is available for Windows. An all-in-one package for Unix was created. Ten new toolboxes were added, containing functions for converting metrics: Area, Density, Energy, Length, Power, Pressure, Temperature, Velocity, Volume, and Weight.

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