Monthly Archives: June 2008

OpenGTL 0.9.3 and 0.9.4 : first release with Shiva

A few days ago, I spoke about OpenShiva, since then I have added quiet a few features, since OpenShiva can now read images, and work with different bit depth than float 32bits, I have also found a lot of bugs … Continue reading

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Shiva, a lot of excitement for a small achievement.

Shiva is the sister to CTL programing language I am developing, for the second class of graphics algorithms: kernels. Since both CTL and Shiva are heavily based on C, they can share a lot of code, almost the same parser … Continue reading

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Nightly package build of KOffice for OpenSuSE

For a while, now, I have been making nightly package of KOffice for OpenSuSE (10.3, 10.4, 11.0) using the OpenSuSE build service. I haven’t make a more public announcement until now, since I am using Debian myself I couldn’t test … Continue reading

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Weab 0.2 and Kalculus 0.7

I should do more release of both of those applications, but I mostly develop them for my personnal use, but I guess since they can be of use for someone else, why not publish the code. The two of them … Continue reading

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LGPLv2 is compatible with (L)GPLv3 and later

Lets kill a myth, I often hear or read that LGPLv2 (without the “or later mention”) is not compatible with (L)GPLv3 and later. Which is wrong, since LGPLv2 can be converted to GPLv3 or later, which makes it compatible with … Continue reading

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Last week in KOffice…

The big news in KOffice this week is the released of a new Alpha. Among the nice stuff about this release, a lot of improvement on the odf support, sounds and notes in KPresenter. It’s also the first release where … Continue reading

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