Release Notes: This release adds support for Kayah Li, Lepcha, Ol Chiki, Saurashtra, Shan, Sundanese, and Vai. Full width numerals and hex digits are now accepted on input of Western numbers.
Release Notes: This release provides a choice between M and unit characters with a superscript bar for thousands in Roman numerals, and makes M the default. A README file with documentation for NumberConverter has been added.
Release Notes: This version adds support for the more exotic forms of Roman numerals. Roman numeral compatibility characters are now accepted.
Release Notes: This release provides a graphical number converter that makes use of the library, adds a function to the Tcl interface, and fixes some minor bugs.
Release Notes: This release fixes numerous bugs, adds a number of checks for invalid arguments, and eliminates a number of memory leaks. It also adds support for Verdurian and for the duodecimal form of Tengwar.
Release Notes: This release adds support for another six number systems, cleans up storage allocation, eliminates several memory leaks, and fixes numerous bugs.
Release Notes: Major changes in the library include support for Chinese Counting Rods, Georgian, and Kharoshthi, full control of group delimitation, and the ability to handle Western numbers in bases 2-36. The command-line utility numconv has been completely rewritten and now has a manual page.
Release Notes: It is now possible to convert from integers to Unicode strings. The Tcl command UNStrToWNStr is now protected against crashing when given an invalid number system name as an argument. The installation process has been improved.
Release Notes: A Tcl API has been added. The C library is unchanged from the previous release.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Armenian, Cyrillic, and Glagolitic and extends Chinese to allow for mixed Chinese/Western numbers and for traditional Chinese units through 1.0e48. A number of Chinese numeral variants have been added.