Release Notes: rpCalc was ported from Python 2 to Python 3, along with some minor code cleanup and other tweaks.
Release Notes: A base conversion dialog was added to convert between hexadecimal, octal, binary, and decimal numbers. Also, display options were added to separate thousands with spaces and for engineering notation.
Release Notes: The program was ported to the Qt 4 library. This involved a significant rewrite and clean-up of the code.
Release Notes: The size and position of the main and extra windows are now saved at exit. Installation script problems with certain versions of Python have been fixed.
Release Notes: Either commas or periods can be used as decimal points to accommodate European keyboards and customs. An instalaltion script was added for Linux and Unix systems.
Release Notes: An option to remove the LCD display highlight was added. This is useful for smaller displays. A problem with showing the extra data view on startup was also fixed.
Release Notes: An option was added to expand the main display to show the Y, Z, & T registers. The three separate data views (registers, history, & memory) have been replaced with a single tabbed view. Also, program crashes caused by some calculation overflows have been fixed.
Release Notes: The return key is no longer needed when typing multiple-letter command names, and pressing tab auto-completes a partial command. Since it is no longer needed for entering commands, the return key is now equivalent to the enter key. Also, new keys have been added for setting display and angle options. And a new "SHOW" key temporarily toggles to a scientific display, showing 12 significant figures.
Release Notes: rpCalc has been ported to Qt 3. It now works with both Qt 2.x and 3.x using the same source code. The help/readme file has been rewritten and now includes section links.
Release Notes: Bugs were fixed involving the extra views not always updating properly and the history view not copying the numbers to the clipboard.