linSmith is a Smith Charting program, mainly designed for educational use. As such, there is an emphasis on capabilities that improve the 'showing the effect of'-style of operation.
It's main features are:
This program was written with the help of the GIMP toolkit (GTK+), a
marvelous piece of work, and uses the gnome-print library to generate
Postscript output. Of course, it was developed on Linux, using the
gcc compiler suite and the Glade GUI development system. Graphics items
were designed using the GIMP itself.
I'd like to thank Georg Baum for convincing me to publish the program, and for his help with the packaging. Also thanks to Once (WanShi) Shuiqing for reporting bugs and translating into Chinese (see image).
|Thanks to SourceForge for the downloading and management services.|
I've had some remarks about the fact that the Tucows listing is not updated regularly, and is always lagging behind.
A non-paying free software entry at Tucows normally takes 40 - 60 days
to get to the top of the waiting list - more if some mistake is made
at the presentation. Of course, as I don't get paid for the software,
I cannot afford to pay for 'preferencial' treatment.
(Note: Updating Tucows now takes around 200 (!) days. I've given given up...)
This is also the reason for the fact that linSmith is not rated. The rating has to be paid for...
|linsmith-0.99.30.tar.gz||1.1 MB||Last published version|
Things I'd like to add:
|(c) John Coppens ON6JC/LW3HAZ|