17Mar2014  MATE desktop and galculator collaborating 

Today, the MATE folks announced their plans
to include galculator as the calculator application
in upcoming versions of their desktop environment. While
galculator's development will remain independent, MATE
invited us to benefit from their transifex translation ressources.
We are looking forward to a fruitful collaboration!


13Mar2014  galculator 2.1.3 released. 

We are happy to announce the release of galculator
version 2.1.3. This release fixes a handful of bugs (result string
corruption when toggling sign on some systems, hidden menu
after restart, pasting in RPN mode). Moreover, we have
received (updated) translations to Spanish, Turkish and
Hungarian. Thanks to everyone who contributed to this release.
See here
for a complete list of changes and download here.


galculator is a GTK 2 / GTK 3 based calculator with
ordinary notation/reverse polish notation (RPN), a formula entry mode, different number bases
(DEC, HEX, OCT, BIN) and different units of angular measure (DEG, RAD, GRAD). It supports quadprecision
floating point and 112bit binary arithmetic.
[features] galculator's main features include
 Algebraic mode, RPN (Reverse Polish Notation), Formula Entry and Paper mode
 Decimal, hexadecimal, octal and binary number base
 Radiant, degree and grad support
 Basic and Scientific Mode
 User defined constants and functions
 Trigonometric functions, power, sqare root, natural and common logarithm, inverse and hyperbolic functions
 Binary arithmetic of configurable bit length and signedness
 Quadprecision floating point arithmetic
 112bit binary arithmetic
 Copy and paste
 Available in more than 20 translations.
We've compiled a list of screenshots to give you an impression of galculator's
visual capabilities.
[a basic calculator] galculator features two user modes: basic and scientific mode. Basic mode
is intended for simple computations.
[a scientific calculator] Scientific Mode is galculator's most powerful operation mode. It supports different
number bases (DEC/HEX/OCT/BIN) and angle units (DEG/RAD/GRAD) and features a wide range of mathematical
(basic arithmetic operations, trigonometric functions, etc), general and user defined functions.
Of course, algebraic mode as well as Reverse Polish Notation (RPN) are available. Formula entry mode makes
the calculator even more user friendly: type as you would write on a paper!
[an easy to use calculator] galculator features a socalled paper mode.
The motiviation for this view originates from a proposal for a new desktop calculator GUI ([1],
[2]), which tries to go beyond the imitation of realworld calculators.
