iMath - 2.2.4

This release mainly fixes a new bug in Office 6.0 that crashes the whole office after copy+paste or cut+paste operations

Release Details

This release mainly fixed a new bug in Office 6.0 that crashes the whole office after copy+paste or cut+paste operations.
Some new features are:
- Element-wise multiplication (Hadamard product), division and exponentiation of vectors with the syntax .* , ./ and .^
- Allow defining a print name for functions that may differ from the function name. Useful for defining variants of functions that can handle units
-  Introduce the syntax _ii_ <math expression> _ii_ inside TEXT statements

License(s)

GNU-GPL-v2 (GNU General Public License Version 2),

Compatibility

LibreOffice 6.0 LibreOffice 5.4

Changelog

  •  Implement base unit %unity to allow UNITDEF {"rad", %ra = %unity}. The pre-defined unit %radian resolves to 1 and therefore never prints
  • Fix bug that did not print a '1' before single units in an expression
  • Implement element-wise multiplication (Hadamard product), division and exponentiation of vectors with the syntax .* , ./ and .^
  • Allow defining a print name for functions that may differ from the function name. Useful for defining variants of functions that can handle units
  • Introduce the syntax _ii_ <math expression> _ii_ inside TEXT statements
  • Work around copy+paste/cut+paste bug in LO6 which crashes
    1. If the IsTextMode property of a formula is changed while copy+paste is active
    2. If the visible form of a formula is changed while copy+paste is active

Available Downloads

The linked Extension file Linux-x64, Windows
File size: 6200.0 kb

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