Wcalc comes with complete source code which can easily be compiled on most Unix-like operating systems with no modifications. In addition, it is possible to compile wcalc under WIN32 using the MinGW toolchain with the cygwin environment.
See the Files section on the Wcalc Sourceforge Project Page for the available downloads.
See the Files section on the Wcalc Sourceforge Project Page for the available downloads. Currently the only binary package is a Windows installer. The windows version currently only includes the gtk frontend. If you want the others you will have to build from source. Since the windows installer contains binaries of GTK+ as well as some other LGPL and GPL code, I am required to make those sources available too. Those sources along with the binaries downloaded from The GTK+ Homepage may be found in the Wcalc GNU dist directory.
Wcalc is also available as a native package for several operating
systems. Please note that these are maintained by groups other
than the Wcalc maintainer:
It is anticipated that Wcalc will be included on the gEDA Suite CD-ROM begining with the CD-ROM release after gEDA version 20050830. Please note that the CD-ROM is maintained by someone other than the Wcalc maintainer.
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