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January 26th, 2003: some news
- liborphy : The Orphy GTI model support constitutes the next step in developement.
This has been made possible thanks to a contact at the Université de Savoie who
gives me an access to a GTI model, as well as to its documentation.
November 6th, 2002: liborphy 0.2.1
- gTipi : some new features (available on CVS, and currently in development)
such as fitting experimental points with a given model (non-linear least-square
fitting), and function plotting
- new paragraph that describes gTipi features in the
About gTipi section.
A new version of liborphy is available. It adds a simulation mode
(simulates an Orphy device for testing purposes), the ability to stop a
running acquisition, and some minor bugfixes.
October 25th, 2002: Science Festival photos
I was at the Science Festival in Chambery, France, on October 19-20th, to
make some demos of gTipi to high schools teachers. I put a photo in the
October 23rd, 2002: website update
This is the new website for gTipi and liborphy.
August 16th, 2002: status report
The main difference is that the new one is XHTML 1.0 and CSS1 compilant.
The presentation should also be more clear.
I made the port of gTipi to Gtk+-2.0 earlier than I planned, so it has
delayed the release of gTipi 0.2.0.
This version will be available as soon as a version of
will be released (currently, there is only CVS access).
Meanwhile, you can download latest gTipi sources on the
It needs Gtk+-2.0, and CVS versions of
gtkextra-2 and liborphy.
See old news archives.