Release Notes: This is a bug correction version for the 3.5 branch. In particular, it corrects several mistakes when loading files in ASCII, CIF, or XYZ formats. It also corrects several warnings when using the color selector widget or related to the text output in the OpenGL area.
Release Notes: This version includes several solid state physics capabilities like phonon visualisation, physical units, symmetries analysis with the ABINIT plug-in, or modifications of the basis set. Other minor improvements include a visualization of angles, a torus representation, several improvements in the ASCII and XYZ file formats to take into account boundary conditions, units, reduced coordinates, and more.
Release Notes: This is a bug correction release. It solves many warnings and segfaults during interactive actions as detailed in the changelog. Another main correction makes the automatic reload work again (it was broken in all previous 3.4 series releases).
Release Notes: Some "assertion fails" errors when loading new files were corrected. The behavior of the "all elements" selection in the element tab was made to work for atomic parameters in spin rendering. The tab character problem in ASCII files was corrected.
Release Notes: The main improvements are in the colored map tab, with a PDF/SVG export capability and the possibility to view several maps at once. The rendering has also been improved with smooth edges. Some other modifications are related to text file formats with an exportation to XYZ and the possibility to use reduced coordinates in ASCII files.
Release Notes: This is a bug correction version. It corrects a buffer overflow in the ASCII file parser, and corrects some cases of rendering disappearance and some parsing issues with the configuration files.
Release Notes: This release begins to add Python bindings. It is now possible to create a rendering window, add or remove atoms, and make them move. The masking plane capability has been ported. V_Sim now has an XML file in which one can store many bits of information like picked nodes, created surfaces, etc. Gaussian cube files and non-linear colored gradients are now supported.
Release Notes: This release fixes a crash when exporting to pixmaps when AIGLX is used, improves the compilation process on Mac OS X, and corrects some minor crashes in the interactive window dialog.
Release Notes: This version is focused on solid state physic applications with the periodic duplication of the box, a new widget to choose the orientation using Miller's indices. The number of accepted input formats has been increased with two new plugins, one to read the XcrysDen file format and one to read native ABINIT input files. There are other improvements regarding finer configuration possibilities.
Release Notes: Two memory leaks were corrected, one in the save parameter dialog and one while exporting data to image.