Last Build Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 21:59:41 -0000
Sun, 15 Feb 2004 21:59:41 -0000
I'm about to do a new release of FlameCalc, including advanced plugin support and the beginnings of a calculus module. I'm nearly through with JavaDoc'ing every last method of it. I've adjusted it to run on Java 1.1, such as Insignia's Jeode. Loops work, and sockets are nearly ready. A database of commands has been made, and it will be exported into the website and a "help" script or plugin.
Sat, 24 Jan 2004 01:58:14 -0000
I figured I should post a status update. I just implemented the "sigma" command, the first of several types of loops. I'm also moving command documentation into the app itself, as well as in the primary website. I'm also working toward using CVS for this, but that's not quite ready yet.
Other plugins are in the works. Don't be surprised if you see graphing/ics, networking, file I/O, and other features of "real" programming languages in the near future. A standard template is also in the works for various frontends, so the console version can request info through the console while the AWT and Swing versions can use their respective toolkits.
A new website is in the works, based upon the same code that I'm using for http://mathaddicts.org/
Fri, 05 Dec 2003 00:52:00 -0000
FlameCalc 1.00.02, currently on the workbench, has working plugin support and has all classes restructured into proper packages. I'll post the source and binaries for download soon.
I am not currently using CVS, but I plan to do so by 1.00.03.
Thu, 10 Jul 2003 21:41:04 -0000
I just submitted FlameCalc to freshmeat.
Thu, 10 Jul 2003 20:47:43 -0000
I have a commercial project of mine going live soon. I could use another developer or two to help with FlameCalc. Email me, email@example.com, if you're interested.
Tue, 08 Jul 2003 07:27:17 -0000
Yes, I finally moved FlameCalc over. http://flamecalc.com/ is feeling bandwidth limits, but it will soon be moved over to sourceforge as well.
All the latest binaries have been moved over. I intend to repost older source archives when I get a chance.