Release Notes: An online help engine, compilation fixes and bugfixes were added.
Release Notes: This is the first stable release for GNOME2. Many improvements and enhancements were made.
Release Notes: A major rewrite.
Release Notes: This release includes new operators, matrix and vector subscriptings, and polar graphics.
Release Notes: Support in the XY Graph for a title and axis titles, a new console look, use of GConf for Preferences instead of PropList, and many new functions.
Release Notes: GNOME-ification, XY Graph bugfixes, and a lot of new programming features, like delayed attribution and user-defined functions.
Release Notes: Added new functions for complex numbers and logic operators, new programming functions like loops (whiles) and conditionals (ifs), a new console window for iteraction between the user and the NumExp kernel, preferences can be saved, XY Graph window with new options, new parser and faster evaluator, improved documentation as well as a new compilation and installation procedure.
Release Notes: Bugfixes, a new variable browser, a new and improved parser, and some improvements in the graphics widget.
Release Notes: The XY graphics preview have many more features, like zoom in/out stretch, shrink, pan and more. There is a small matrix API to implement the Gaussian Elimination Method and some additional documentation has been added along with the usual amount of bugfixes.