gcalc was a plaintext calculator that understands expressions as you type them - and that has been deprecated for GKalk.
Some features you enjoyed a while ago:
- You were able to type expressions (not like Windows Calculator, which is more like a table calculator pushing numbers)
- You were able to use it for "Programmer Nerd Type" expressions such as hex numbers or bit shifts.
- You were able to define variables (see example above)
- Remembers what you did: when you closed it and started it back up again, it brought back the last calculations
- Version 3.2
- Minor bugfixes. Also, things are doing stuff better than some time before. Probably.
- Version 3.1
- Unchanged. Was a perfect release anyway 8)
- Version 3.0
- First public release.