* Wednesday, 06 December 2006
Equalculator Version 0.3.1 released!

This is the first of the Version 0.4 beta's! Try it out, but don't expect too much. It can't do any equation calculating yet.

Eugene Saayman
RedLightning Chief Software Developer

* Wednesday, 06 December 2006
No more Linux releases of Equalculator :(

A bit of bad news. There will be no more Linux releases of Equalculator. I no longer have any Linux to compile with. But the source code for Equalculator will be available in the downloads page. I compile with DJGPP which is GCC in Windows, so it should compile with GCC in Linux.

Eugene Saayman
RedLightning Chief Software Developer

* Thursday, 09 November 2006
Equalculator Version 0.3 released!
Equalculator V0.3 has finally been released. Please note that this is the Windows release. The Linux release will follow in a couple of days. You can now also download the source code for Equalculator from the Equalculator download page on sourceforge. The main difference in this release is that you can now calculate about 99 different functions in one equation.
What to expect from Version 0.4:
1. You will be able to use numbers in the equation itself
2. You will be able to use variables in the equation
3. Equalculator will calculate functions on both sides of the equation
4. Might have support for brackets

I hope to release V0.4 on the first of January 2007. I will only start development on the 20th of November as I have exams to study for.
Enjoy the program and tell me what you think.

Eugene Saayman
RedLightning Chief Software Developer

* Thursday, 19 October 2006

  1. Equalculator V0.3 Development Started!**

* Sunday, 15 October 2006

  1. Version 0.2 Released!

* Saturday, 14 October 2006


* Wednesday, 11 October 2006

  1. I have set a release date for Version 0.2: 1 December 2006. Anybody that wants to get the release early to test it can e-mail me. Remember to include in the message what OS you are using.

* Tuesday, 10 October 2006

  1. After not working on the program for some time, I have succesfully completed the main functions(Tan, Sin etc.). The program can now calculate two functions. I'm now working on a new function where the user types in the name of the equation/formula, and it will ask for the variables, and it will work it out. See the contact page for more info on how to submit your own equation/formula. I'm also going to start on a Linux port of the program.

* Saturday, 23 September 2006:

  1. I have completed the Tan function in v2.0, so you can now calculate two tan functions, and I have made the interface somewhat friendlier.
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