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    • Daniel Espinosa Ortiz's avatar
      gcalc: add new library for math parsing/solving · 1c5e0773
      Daniel Espinosa Ortiz authored
      Fix issue #60
      
      This new library is independent from the internal one.
      
      GCalc provides following features:
      
      * Parse complicated constant equations
      * Parse pre-defined functions (equivalent to the ones in Calculator)
      * Parse complicated equations with pre-defined functions in them
      * Parsing expressions to an Object Oriented tree representation using GObject classes
      * Define arbitrary variables using complicated expressions, with both other variables or constants
      * Evaluate expressions using defined variables
      * Uses MPC as back end for calculation so complex numbers will be available soon
      * No Gtk+ dependencies
      1c5e0773
    • Daniel Mustieles García's avatar
      Updated Spanish translation · d47f81b5
      Daniel Mustieles García authored
      d47f81b5
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    • Pascal Nowack's avatar
      search-provider: stop normalizing the equation twice · 7899ad89
      Pascal Nowack authored
      When an equation is given by the g-s overview, g-c
      will solve this equation, where it will be first
      normalized and then solved.
      This is done by running a subprocess, where g-c
      will call g-c in this subprocess with the
      "--solve" argument.
      With this "--solve" argument, the equation will
      also be normalized.
      However, when an equation is given by the g-s
      overview, it will also be normalized in a check,
      that happens before the solve process, to not to
      process single numbers given by the g-s overview.
      This normalized equation will then be used to
      invoke the subprocess to solve the equation,
      leading into normalizing the already normalized
      equation and therefore resulting into wrong
      results when the equation itself contains
      decimal numbers.
      
      Solve this issue, by invoking the subprocess with
      the unnormalized equation, instead of the
      normalized one, to not to normalize the
      equation twice.
      
      Closes: #104
      7899ad89
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