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Scilab

Summary

Scilab has been included as a new package after the F16 release. An updated Scilab version is now available on the F17 scientific spin.

Owner

  • Email: c.david86 AT gmail DOT com
  • CC: sylvestre.ledru AT scilab DOT org
  • CC: julie.paul AT scilab DOT org

Current status

  • Targeted release: Fedora 17
  • Last updated: Sun Dec 18 14:58:33 UTC 2011
  • Percentage of completion: 50%


Detailed Description

Scilab 5.4.0 alpha 1 is a test version provided to the community.

This version introduces Scilab desktop which allows the user to save and restore his Scilab windows configuration. scilab_desktop

In this context, strong efforts have been carried out on the graphical components:

  • File browser is now available to facilitate quick access to Scilab files and documents.
  • Browsevar look and feel has been improved and new features introduced.
  • Editvar has been renewed. It allows to plot and manages almost all Scilab variable types and is much more faster.
  • History browser is now faster and more efficient.

XML access from Scilab has never been easier thanks to a new dedicated module to read and write XML files named XML.

Available in a future alpha or beta version of Scilab 5.4.0, an internal improvement of Scilab graphics will provide faster and better 2-D and 3-D plotting. A future development release will also introduce Scilab preferences (unique interface to configure Scilab and its modules).

Benefit to Fedora

FIXME provide more information there.

Scope

FIXME provide more information there.

How To Test

FIXME provide more information there.

User Experience

All user of the scientific spin may notice this inclusion.

Dependencies

  • Upstream 5.4.0 release
  • jgraphx >= 1.8.0.5 [1]


Contingency Plan

Backup to 5.3.3 (present in f16)

Documentation

Release Notes

Comments and Discussion