Release Notes: This release adds support for fullscreen mode. However, it only builds with newer versions of Qt, so it must be selected at compile time by a configure option. CPU specific optimisations are now also selectable as a configure option to save having to edit qmake files. This release will only be of interest to those wanting to run evolvotron full-screen, or who have been trying to run 0.2.1 on pre-Pentium3 hardware.
Release Notes: This version features several new functions (including some nice rotation symmetries), better redisplay code, and faster calculation of images.
Release Notes: This versiona dds a command-line option to generate animations and support for non-Latin1 filenames entered via the GUI.
Release Notes: A fix for a severe problem with function tree growth rate in release 0.1.3 (which would rapidly become unusable), correct classification of multiscale noise functions as iterative, and a new "substitution" mutation type.
Release Notes: This release adds more function types and better random number generation. Mutation and rendering are now available as standalone executables for use in alternate frameworks (such as a Web server).
Release Notes: This release should fix the problems with compilation or application startup experienced by users of certain versions of GCC. This is purely a bugfix release; there is no need for users with a working 0.1.1 version to upgrade.
Release Notes: More functions have been added (this means more variety in the images produced).
Release Notes: Image functions can now be saved and loaded (via XML format files).
Release Notes: This release adds more specific controls from the "warp" spawn option, plus middle-button drag control of pan/zoom/scale/rotate/shear. There are more "Big image" sizes, and "Undo" is better behaved.
Release Notes: More functions, more interesting images on start-up, suppression of boring "constant" images, and more.