Release Notes: This release adds two binary shift operators: left shift: "lshift" (shortcut <<) and right shift: "rshift" (shortcut >>). It also contains some minor bug fixes.
Release Notes: GRPN now uses the Pango font library and the Liberation Mono font as default (see screenshot). The default font can be overwritten with the -fn-disp commandline option. Now both keys "," and "." are always treated as decimal separators, whatever the locale is.
Release Notes: A minor bug was fixed. If the decimal separator is set to "," by the locale, then the behavior of the "." button is also changed to ",".
Release Notes: Clipboard support was added, with Ctrl-C. The comma is no longer a separator in complex numbers. It has been replaced by ";" and ">", since it is used as a decimal separator in some locales. Debian sources and binaries are available.
Release Notes: Basemode defaults now to "dec", like the original version 1.1.2. A new command line option, -bm, allows you to change the default value for basemode. A GNOME icon was added. A source package and Debian/Ubuntu binaries (.deb) for i386 and amd64 are available. This release is based on a merge of the sources 220.127.116.11 and the Debian patches 1.1.2-3. The 1.2 branch has been abandoned.
Release Notes: This release compiles against GTK+ 2.28 and has been tested on Ubuntu 9.10.
Release Notes: The new mode DECIMAL_ENG adds engineer notation: numbers are displayed as 100e-6 instead of 1e-4. It can be switched on and off with the commands "eng" and "dec". This release adds also some command shortcuts: "deg", "rad", "pol", and "rect". The comma is now interpreted as a point to cope with some international keyboards. The "complex" command can now not only create complex numbers but also also decompose them.
Release Notes: New db10 and db20 commands.
Release Notes: Forcing keyboard entry to be interpreted as a command when prefixed with a single or double quote.
Release Notes: Added option to specify font, added a few commands, and various small bug fixes.