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Release Name: TuxMath 1.7.1 - Source

Release Notes

Source tar.gz archive for TuxMath 1.7.1, including the Andika font. Suitable for installation on Unix-style systems using a simple "./configure; make; make install". This now includes MacOSX as long as you have the needed libs (tested on MacOS 10.5 "Leopard"). Build requires the *-dev files for SDL, SDL_image, SDL_mixer, and SDL_ttf. SDL_Pango will be used if found. GNU Gettext is no longer required for installation. All of these should be easily available in most GNU-Linux distributions. The GNU Autotools are not needed to build from this package.

Change Log

2009.Jan.23 (svn.debian.org/tux4kids - revision 851) Version 1.7.1 Build - tuxmath.desktop and tuxmath.spec files incorporated into tarball. Graphics - cloud.png cleaned up a bit. David Bruce <davidstuartbruce@gmail.com> 2009.Jan.17 (svn.debian.org/tux4kids - revision 847) Code - background scaling and optimization in factoroids.c cleaned up, basically now uses LoadBothBkgds() from loaders.c which has the optimizations incorporated into it. Graphics - new menu icon for "Factors" version of Factoroids. David Bruce <davidstuartbruce@gmail.com> 2008.Dec.16 (svn.debian.org/tux4kids - revision 812) Code - some work on mathcards.c to check for indeterminate questions and to use the "comprehensive" method whenever multiple-operand questions are not needed, such as the "Math Command Training Academy" lessons. Fixed bug in add_all_valid() that was due to the end_of_list arg actually needing to be doubly indirect. Lessons - updated all "Math Command Training Academy" lesson files to make sure all the needed parameters get reset properly between lessons. Graphics - new menu icons for "Factoroids" and "Fleet Missions" David Bruce <davidstuartbruce@gmail.com> 2008.Dec.11 (svn.debian.org/tux4kids - revision 796) Initial file reorganization to separate SDL-related code from more infrastructural code. This is intended to allow us to create and compile stand-alone programs that test specific functions (e.g., generating problems for specific lessons). Tim Holy <holy@wustl.edu>

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