PyTiCroque: PyTiCroque 0.5 est sorti.

Added by Philippe Fremy over 10 years ago

Les nouveautés:

  • notification des messages privés sur CroqueMonster
  • notification des changements de niveau de votre agence
  • notification des variations de score et de réputation de votre agence
  • notification des variations de score et de Co2 du syndicat
  • notification des agences quittant ou rejoignant votre syndicat
  • notification des variations de score et de réputation des agences de votre syndicat
  • réglage individuel de chaque notification
  • correction de l'annonce décalée des contrats paradoxaux pour les fuseaux horaires différents de la France
  • attaques de GrosMiam notifiées toutes les minutes au lieu de toutes les trois minutes

Mercurial activity extension: Release 1.2

Added by Thomas Capricelli almost 11 years ago

Some new features in this new release:

  • Don't go further than 'today' in the graph : this way the graph does not 'fade out' and give the impression that work has stopped on the project.
  • new option --display to display the graph instead of just creating a png file
  • new option --splitfiles that does the same as --splitauthors..... but on files, obviously :)
  • The activity extension will now work even if no display is present, so that you can create png on headless servers for example

Several bugs were fixed as well, most importantly the extension should now work a lot better under Windows.

I would like to thanks Frédéric MOULIN for several contributions, fixing bugs and implementing some of those features!

Check the wiki for more information, and feel free to report problems, bugs, and wishes on the tracker

Most of people prefer using a clone , but you can also get tarbarlls from the files tab.

Symia: 0.2 released with misc fixes

Added by Thomas Capricelli almost 11 years ago

Most importantly, this release was tested and fixed so that it compiles and all tests pass with
  • Visual C++ 9 / 2008 (Express Edition)
  • icc (intel c/c++ compiler) 11.1 20090827

Emerge activity: Release 1.0 for EmergeActivity

Added by Thomas Capricelli almost 11 years ago

EmergeActivity is a small script based on python and matplotlib that creates an image displaying emerge successes over time. See the wiki for more information and screenshots.
It now has been tested/used for one year and is released as such.

If you now what source control and 'mercurial' are, you can clone the repository from the repository, else you can download the script here :

Symia: Announcing symia 0.1

Added by Thomas Capricelli almost 11 years ago

Most of free software related to symbolic calculus is focused on providing a human interface, with emphasis on expression simplification and exhaustive algorithms and formulas.
Very few can be used as a libraray, with a clear and documented API. Even less use C++, and none is licensed as LGPL

Symia (short for "symbolia") fills this gap. It was developed for industrial needs, and is released by Sylphide Consulting in the hope it could be useful to others.

Examples of what can be done is provided on the web page

Zeta Platform: Pre-compiled kernel for Zeta

Added by Thomas Capricelli almost 11 years ago

I've added a pre-compiled kernel to the the File tab: you can use this file with the emulator. This way people can play with Zeta without the need of compiling binutils, gcc and finally cross-compiling the kernel with those tools. See the wiki for more information.

Zeta Platform: Zeta platform 0.7 released

Added by Thomas Capricelli about 11 years ago

It has been long since the last formal release for Zeta, although work has been done. This release features updated toolchain (binutils, gcc) and kernel. Most of the work has focused on the kernel, which can now boot until several threads are started, which is still messy and make the kernel crash.

Updated external tools versions are as follow:
  • binutils 2.20
  • gcc 4.4.0
  • linux kernel 2.6.32-rc8

Note for those using the mercurial repositories : the corresponding tag in the four components is ZETA_RELEASE_0_7

You can download the snapshots from the file tab at the top of the page, but most people interested in zeta will probably use the mercurial repositories (see the wiki page for more information).


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