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It features a table view which allows the elements to be coloured thematically by several properties, a sortable list view and an element properties dialog, displaying a variety of information, including historical, thermodynamic, electrochemical, and crystallographic properties.
This package contains the main application.
gElemental is a GTK+ periodic table viewer with detailed information on elements. It is free software released under the GNU General Public License, version 3 or later. libelemental is a C++ data library providing gElemental's data, and is installed with the main program. pyElemental is a Python binding for libelemental, and is available as a separate package. For more information, see <http://w more»
2.0.7 Fri Oct 10 00:15:00 CET 2003 Arkadiusz Lipiec provided Polish translation and patched program to be gettextized correctly (more than 500 entries translatable) Fixed some errors, and make symbol definition file deprecated 2.0.6 Fri Jul 25 21:30:00 CET 2003 Sebastien Bacher provided French translation and patched some translation bugs. Fixed some minor bugs in the translatio more»
gElemental NEWS =============== Version 1.2.0 [stable] ---------------------- This is a major feature release of gElemental. The program is now licensed under the GNU GPL version 3 or later; see COPYING for details. The table view now supports colouring by most properties, and displays property values. An issue with button colours under some GTK+ themes has been resolved. Several minor interface more»
GELEMENTAL(1) GELEMENTAL(1) NAME gelemental - per more»
gelemental (1.2.0-8) unstable; urgency=low * debian/control (Standards-Version): Bumped to 3.9.3. more»
2007-09-30 Kevin Daughtridge <email@example.com> * NEWS: Release 1.2.0. 2007-09-27 Kevin Daughtri more»
Translation status ------------------ * Any new translations are welcome. * These translations are more»
The current maintainer is Kevin Daughtridge <firstname.lastname@example.org>. GPeriodic was maintained by Jonas Fra more»