Release Notes: The simplify command was fixed to be more responsive and not mess up with unwanted fractional constants. All surds are properly preserved and simplified now, unless approximated. A PDF book of all Mathomatic man pages was added.
Release Notes: Many minor cleanups and corrections were made. The code was made completely deterministic, so that various systems will all give the same results. The plot command was improved, allowing equation-number-ranges on the command line. Command simplification is now 60 times faster in some cases.
Release Notes: Maintenance and code cleanup/commenting were done, and many ease-of-use enhancements were added. An optional mixed fraction display mode was added. Purely numerical input is retained until the next numerical input. Stored expressions may be referenced and included at any time now by entering "#" followed by the equation space number, when entering mathematical expressions. Simplification was sped up.
Release Notes: Many minor but obnoxious bugs were fixed. m4 support has been completed. The equation for solving quartic polynomials has been simplified.
Release Notes: In this release, the precedence of the negation operator was fixed to bring it in line with most other math programs. A new "for" command was added for sequential value testing.
Release Notes: Some important compilation corrections were made. There is no need to upgrade to this version unless the previous version did not compile for you.
Release Notes: The plot and fraction commands were improved. Maintenance and porting to Solaris and Cygwin were done.
Release Notes: A "compare approximate" command option was added for a more successful mathematical comparison. The variables and optimize commands were improved. A few problems were fixed for the Debian port. The equations to solve any fourth degree polynomial equation were added to the tests for the user to play with. A code cleanup was performed.
Release Notes: The license for all documentation was changed from the GNU LGPL version 2.1 to the GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL) version 1.3. The Mathomatic software and all else remain licensed under the GNU LGPL version 2.1. The modulus operator (%) was fixed to always evaluate to an integer when both arguments are integers. Command equation-number-range entry is less strict and easier to use now.
Release Notes: A thorough cleanup was done to make Mathomatic more consistent and helpful. Integer variables were made more useful. Trig functions can have arguments in degree units now; the default is still radians.