Release Notes: This release improves LaTeX support. Support for Jasymca has been added. Jasymca is an algebra system with an Octave-like scripting language. The standard engine remains the computer algebra system Yacas, which has been updated.
Release Notes: This release can read from standard input and write to standard output. The algebra system yacas has been updated.
Release Notes: Syntax highlighting was implemented for Mavscript templates in Notepad++, in addition to the editors Kwrite and Jedit. MS-Word *.docx files are automatically recognized.
Release Notes: Greek letters and Unicode characters in general can be used in variable names. While the Java interpreter BeanShell natively supports Unicode, the Yacas algebra system does not. This release adds Unicode support to Mavscript for Yacas too.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to extract the math commands from the template. The new feature facilitates finding errors in the template.
Release Notes: This release has been translated into English. Both the program and the documentation are available in German and English.
Release Notes: The console output is more readable when the option --verbose is enabled. A problem with the characters < and > in OpenOffice has been resolved. The algebra engine Yacas has been updated. Syntax highlighting for Mavscript templates in Kwrite and Jedit has been added.
Release Notes: Mavscript is fully platform independent, and runs on all platforms supported by Java (or recent GNU Classpath versions). The package includes the new Java port of the computer algebra system Yacas. Support for ODT and HTML templates has been improved. Documentation has been updated.
Release Notes: Support for BeanShell has been added. BeanShell is a Java source interpreter with scripting language features. The standard engine remains the computer algebra system yacas. A man page in English has been added.