Release Digest: General, March 25, 2004Mar 26, 2004, 05:00 (0 Talkback[s])
The Window Manager XPde has just released version 0.5 of their desktop environment which features a complete code rewrite and improved theme. The Desktop Environment strives to clone the look and included applications of Microsoft Windows XP. A screenshot of the new version can be seen here
mathStatica 1.5 for Linux[ Thanks to Colin for this link. ]
mathStatica 1.5 is now shipping. The award winning mathStatica software is designed to solve the algebraic/symbolic problems that are of primary interest in mathematical statistics. It does so by building upon the symbolic computational power of Mathematica to create a sophisticated toolset specially designed for doing mathematical statistics. In Version 1.5, the core components of mathStatica have all been meticulously revised, updated, polished and optimised to provide full support for Mathematica 5.
MagicDraw UML 7.5[ Thanks to Saulius Zukauskas for this link. ]
No Magic is pleased to announce the release of our new MagicDraw UML Version 7.5
MagicDraw Version 7.5 is the first UML tool in the Industry with embedded support for use case specifications. MagicDraw's new reporting functionality features RTF and PDF templates for SDD and UCS (Software Design Document and Use Case Specification). This feature shortens the requirements phase as it allows the analyst to quickly produce comprehensive professional documentation, and lowers documentation maintenance costs throughout the entire project life-cycle.
Users of this latest version of MagicDraw now enjoy an overall increase in performance of 100%. The MagicDraw Teamwork Server Architecture is also improved in this latest release resulting in significant performance increases for the Teamwork Server as well.
Version 7.5 also offers a free MagicDraw Community Edition for class diagrams, allowing all developers to do unlimited class diagram design with MagicDraw - whether they have purchased the tool or not.
What's New in version 7.5
0 Talkback[s] (click to add your comment)