GSoC Question

Aleix Pol aleixpol at
Mon Mar 19 10:03:04 UTC 2012

On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 8:37 AM, Alexander Rössler
<mail.aroessler at> wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm an electronic engineering student from Austria and I have a question to
> KDEs GSoC.
> There are a lot of good ideas for GSoC, I'm already preparing a proposal for
> kdevelop. However, I was also thinking about the open source project I have
> started last year. It's an application for calculation of physical
> expressions (and of course non-physical expressions). It is a mix between an
> algebra system and a pocket calculator, more precise: its a text editor with
> advanced calculation features, especially for technicians and people who
> often have to calculate formulas with physical units. The program I'm
> talking about is PhyxCalc
> ( PhyxCalc
> was originally coded in Delphi, last year I contacted the author of the
> application and we started to develop an opensource version in
> the Christmas holidays. The author helped me a lot, especially with the
> algorithms for the parser, but I commited most of the code. Why I'm writing
> this? I realized that KDE has a calculator (KCalc) and a function plotter
> (KAlgebra), but maybe the KDE project might be interested in a more advanced
> calculation application. It would be nice for me to work for this project on
> GSoC (yes I will work on this project also without GSoc, but I could code a
> lot more if I would get paid for it). If you are interested, I'll make a
> proposal. (I sent this email before to kde-devel and was suggested to this
> mailing list)
> Regards
> Alexander Rössler (aka Strahlex)
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what do you mean by advanced calculations?


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