Release Notes: This release has Parallel Colt (a multi-threaded version of Colt), a complete rewrite of HPlot3D, updated Jython, and a 3D engine to read OFF files.
Release Notes: New icons for jHPlot examples, a new Jython release, support for native SQL database reading/writing using SQLite, support for the NeoDatis object database, the ability to run Jython scripts from a URL, fixes for the doc() method in all jhplot classes, a CodeView, support for inserting LaTeX equations into the editor and Python/Jython comments using the DragMath GUI, and fixes for many small bugs.
Release Notes: This release adds new examples for confidence limit calculations. It fixes the export(file) statement when an image is produced in a background (or a batch) using the "visible(0)" statement. Carmetal is a separate jar file. Advanced statistic calculations are moved to jhpro.jar (now a proprietary part for non-commercial use). It can be used to set various statistical limits on the signal in the presence of background. A problem with fixed axis ranges in HPlot has been fixed. New methods for P1D (combineErr) and H1D (fill random numbers), and more methods to read P1D data containers.
Release Notes: In the jeHEP IDE, broken code assist was fixed where the Java database API is missing for class descriptions. A new "Code assist" was provided. A NULL exception when a file is overwritten was fixed. A Geometry package was included (tools->geometry) along with a CPU monitor that works on Linux, Unix, and Mac OS X. The examples were updated. JHPlot received a HZirkel canvas, new methods for plot inserts in HPlotJa, eccentricity using the principle component analysis (jhplot.stat), and eccentricities using the StatShape package.
Release Notes: A symbolic calculator based on Jasymca, better anti-aliasing in the IDE, a smaller Jython cache (the jehep directory with GUI libraries is not cached), a 2D function plotter (Tools->Function plotter), and a HLabelEq class for showing equations using LaTeX syntax (only for the HPlot canvas).
Release Notes: PFile based on Google's protocol buffers was added. This can be used to read and write data from C++ (CBook package). Startup was made faster. Improvements were made for Mac look and feel. Rectangle zoom-in for HPlot was implemented.