Release Notes: This release introduced an innovative user interface (the old interface is still available). A GNOME applet that can be used to type in any calculus for an immediate result was added.
Release Notes: This release features a port to GNOME 2, gives users the possibility to define their own functions, adds the factorial function, and can also be compiled without GNOME for a text-based user interface.
Release Notes: Another serious bug involving operator precedence was fixed. Existing users are recommended to upgrade. Italian translations were also added in this release.
Release Notes: French and Spanish translations were added.
Release Notes: A serious bug involving operator precedence was fixed. Existing users are recommended to upgrade. A fix was also made for a problem with the handling of decimal points in locales where the decimal character is not `.'. Internationalization support has been added, currently with British English and German translations.
Release Notes: A pair of small but annoying bugs have been fixed: a problem with line-wrapping and an installation problem with Mandrake.
Release Notes: i386 and source RPMs are now available.
Release Notes: Command history (including reverse search and more), full online help via the GNOME help system, configurable user interface, Matlab-style aliases to most commands, and a host of other minor improvements.
Release Notes: First release.