Release Notes: A lot of improvements in the graphics have been made. A huge number of bugs have been fixed. Some new functionality have been added. The documentation is now fully converted to DocBook. Scicos (the Simulink-like part) has improved.
Release Notes: Scilab is now OpenSource (under the CeCILL license). The GUI has been completely rewritten in Java. There is a new documentation viewer based upon DocBook. There are many other changes.
Release Notes: There is a new Java interface for calling Scilab, and the Tcl interface was rewritten. A new Scilab debugging tool was added, and Scipad editor was improved. There is a new graphics property editor, new matlab-like plot and surf functions, and Scicos was improved. Many functions are now more efficient. The Matlab translator was improved. There are new functions to read from Excel and many other new routines. The source code compiles under 64-bit architectures. The ATLAS library was integrated under Windows, improving performance.
Release Notes: There is a new interface to call Scilab from Java. The TCL interface has been totally rewritten. There is an improved Scipad editor, a new debugger, major graphics improvements, major Scicos improvements, improved efficiency of sparse operators, improved matlab2sci translator, new import of Excel files, and more. The source compiles on 64-bit architectures, and the Windows version has been optimized.
Release Notes: The new object-oriented graphics were improved and are now standard. For instance, 3D surfaces are taken into account, 2D plots can be mapped into 3D plots, and there is a graphics editor to modify the properties of the objects. The Matlab to Scilab converter has been completely rewritten and improved. The Windows version is much faster and more stable, and the Linux version may be built using GTK 2. Other features include a new and fast implementation of hypermatrices, a library of 1D, 2D, and 3D interpolation functions, and improvements to Scipad.
Release Notes: The Windows version has been rewritten, there is an object- oriented graphics version, 3-D surfaces are taken into account, 2-D plots can be mapped into 3-D plots, the Matlab to Scilab converter has been completely rewritten, there is a new and fast implementation of hypermatrices, Scipad was improved, there is a new library of 1-D, 2-D and 3-D interpolation functions, there were improvements to the Mex functions library, and there were large improvements made to Scicos.
Release Notes: The man pages are now written in XML and translated into HTML. A new object-oriented graphic mode was added. Scipad is an embedded text editor derived from TkNotepad. C code generation from Scicos discrete models is now available. Linear algebra primitives are now based on the Lapack library instead of Linpack/Eispack. edit_graph, a graph editor for Metanet toolbox, written in Scilab, replaces xmetanet.