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Offline Andrey Ivashov  
#1 Posted : 18 October 2009 07:16:39(UTC)
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New SMath Studio 0.85.3578 Alpha available


Current release purposes - is to represent a new great feature of the SMath Studio. Program now have support of plugins. This make it possible to extend functionality of SMath Studio using third-party add-ons created by any user or programmer that knows any of .Net language. Now you can make SMath Studio more powerful!

Note: this version of SMath Studio is not stable one and it can contain some serious unknown bugs. Please, use this version of the program only for testing or to learn about plugins support. For your everyday math problems, please, use the last stable release of SMath Studio.

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Manuals and Plugins

All the necessary information about how to create plugins, additional add-ons and other documentation will be posted as soon as it will be created. No need to mention about documents you need in - work to prepare it in progress.
Offline Andrey Ivashov  
#2 Posted : 18 October 2009 08:33:29(UTC)
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XCas Plugin for SMath Studio Handheld


Plugin extends functionality of SMath Studio Handheld with XCas functions (xcint, xcsolve, xclimit). To activate XCas as a plugin for SMath Studio, please, put the files XCasPlugins.dll and cas.exe (files should be unpacked before) to the "plugins" folder of installation directory of your copy of SMath Studio (usually program is installed to "Program Files\SMath Studio").

Note: only for Handheld version of SMath Studio!



Functions

xcint([function];[variable]) - Calculation of indefinite integral using XCAS.
xclimit([function],[variable],[limit]) - Calculation of the limit using XCAS.
xcsolve([function],[variable]) - Function solving using XCAS.

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Offline ElSid  
#3 Posted : 15 December 2009 02:23:29(UTC)
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How does this work with the portable version? Do I need to create a separate plug-in folder where I have the executable?
Offline buenos  
#4 Posted : 06 February 2010 02:23:07(UTC)
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hi

i like your program very much.

i would have one comment:
when we do a 2D plot, there should be a way to set limits or scaling on the graph separately for the X and Y axis.
Now all we can do is to zoom in/out.
for example if we want to check a function like this: y = 2 + 1000*x + sin(x), then all i can see is a vertical line or nothing.

regards,
istvan
Offline omorr  
#5 Posted : 06 February 2010 02:44:25(UTC)
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Separate scaling of x and y-axis is actually possible.

CTRL+ Mouse Scroll Wheel - scaling y-axis
SHIFT+ Mouse Scroll wheel - scaling x-axis

Visit the SMath Wiki and read the SMath Tutorials, please.
You will find them very useful.

Regards,
Radovan

Edited by user 06 February 2010 02:50:12(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

When Sisyphus climbed to the top of a hill, they said: "Wrong boulder!"
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#6 Posted : 07 February 2010 22:54:21(UTC)
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ok.
thank you.

Istvan
Offline CompSystems  
#7 Posted : 12 December 2016 15:31:54(UTC)
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XCas Plugin for SMath Studio Handheld


Plugin extends functionality of SMath Studio Handheld with XCas functions (xcint, xcsolve, xclimit). To activate XCas as a plugin for SMath Studio, please, put the files XCasPlugins.dll and cas.exe (files should be unpacked before) to the "plugins" folder of installation directory of your copy of SMath Studio (usually program is installed to "Program Files\SMath Studio").

Note: only for Handheld version of SMath Studio!



Functions

xcint([function];[variable]) - Calculation of indefinite integral using XCAS.
xclimit([function],[variable],[limit]) - Calculation of the limit using XCAS.
xcsolve([function],[variable]) - Function solving using XCAS.

Download



Hello xCAS is the engine of the famous software GeoGebra and HP-Prime calculators, it would be very interesting to include a plug-in for PC version using this engine.

https://www-fourier.ujf-...le.fr/~parisse/giac.html Last update 2016 September, version 1.2.2-81.

Edited by user 12 December 2016 15:34:40(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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