One can obtain calc source from any of the:
calc source mirror sites
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Calc mirror sites will find the following special files:
- calc-*.i686.rpm: installs calc executable & shared libraries
- calc-devel-*.i686.rpm: installs headers, static executable & static libraries
- calc-*.src.rpm: calc src as an rpm
- calc-debuginfo-*.i686.rpm: non-stripped executable & libraries suitable for advanced debugging
- *_IS_LATEST_STABLE: indicates the most recent stable version
- *_IS_LATEST_UNSTABLE: indicates the most recent beta-test version
- HOWTO.INSTALL: How to install from the calc gziped tarball
in 4 easy steps
- README: general download notes
- CHANGES: changes made as of most recently built version
- COPYING: calc GNU Lesser General Public License information
- COPYING-LGPL: GNU Lesser General Public License
- checksum.*: a checksum of the various calc tarballs
- what-is-calc: A brief explanation of calc
- Calc release news may be found on Calc's
- A detailed history changes to calc may be found in the
- As of version 2.11.7, calc
is being released in rpm form as well as the previous
gziped tarball form.
- Calc also has a
- As of version 2.11,
calc passes the check test suite when built on a
Calc is runs on a number of Linux
These platforms include, but are not limited to:
- While the reference platform for calc is
Calc also runs under a number of other platforms.
Calc is/was being used on platforms such as:
calc source mirror
for the latest release of calc for any of these platforms.
- Some experimental versions of calc are being developed by
For information about his experiments, see his
page for details.
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