first stable version of LabPlot2
yurchor at ukr.net
Wed Jan 22 08:04:17 UTC 2014
Here  is a patch to fix typos in LabPlot 2.0.0 messages and enable complete localization through LabPlot2.po file (screenshot ).
Thanks in advance for reviewing.
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Від кого: "Alexander Semke" <alexander.semke at web.de>
Дата: 20 січня 2014, 00:13:08
> today we release the first stable version of LabPlot2. There are still many
> things that can be improved and implemented. But we think it's better to
> release now and to make LabPlot available to a larger number of users thus
> also increasing the amount of feedback and bug reports.
> LabPlot2 is a complete rewrite of LabPlot1 and lacks in this release a lot of
> features available in the predecessor. On the other hand, the GUI and the
> usability are more superior as compared to LabPlot1 and there are several new
> features that were not available in LabPlot1.
> If you want to see LabPlot2 in action, have a look at some screenshots in a
> recent blog . You can downlod the source code from . Binary packages are
> available for openSUSE .
> As next, we plan to move to KDE infrastructure and to become a part of the KDE
> education project. Parallel to these activities we continue to work on
> The roadmap, or better to say, a collection of ideas and steps to go in the
> near feature is the follwing:
> 1. Implement couple of new editing options that we're currently missing (like
> arrows for axes, rounded rectangulars, shadow effects etc.)
> 2. Finalize axis/scale breaking in the backend and activate it in the
> 3. Extend zooming features for plots (zoom into the selected rectangular area
> 4. Implement "plotting a function", a feature available e.g. in labplot1.x and
> in kmplot.
> 5. Integrate Cantor. As a proof of concept implement the usage of Maximas's
> lists and arrays as the datasource for xy-curves in LabPlot.
> 6. Improve icons (use svg-versions only?)
> 7. Extend context menus for worksheet objects
> 8. Extend the functionality of our spreadsheet, decide how much we want to
> implement there, have a look at rkward.
> These and some other topics are collected in our TODO-tracker . There is no
> concrete order or priority for implementing these points.
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