RPN Calculator (aarch64+armv7hl)

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App reviving, aarch64 build of:

https://github.com/lainwir3d/sailfish-rpn-calculator

+armv7hl

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Application versions: 
AttachmentSizeDate
File harbour-rpncalc-2.5-1.aarch64.rpm6.45 MB29/05/2022 - 16:55
File harbour-rpncalc-2.5-1.armv7hl.rpm6.45 MB30/06/2022 - 14:50
File harbour-rpncalc-2.5-2.aarch64.rpm6.45 MB07/08/2022 - 19:30
File harbour-rpncalc-2.5-2.armv7hl.rpm6.45 MB07/08/2022 - 19:30
Changelog: 

- fix Settings issue

Comments

jeanpierreaubry's picture

well done

now  it works as it used to and as it should

thanks

jeanpierreaubry's picture

on my XA2 Ultra it just simply does not work

for example the following sequence

45  sin

prints sin(45) on the screen which a true information but not really a result

i could not find a function that works

is there something i do not understand

kan's picture

I am not a developer of this app but I find that you faced a common issue with using scientific calculators. An argument for sin function should be given as pi and its multiplier format. For 45deg it is sin pi/4 -> keys: pi 4 / sin

edit: I'm not able to comment with parenthesis and char pi so I beg a pardon that above statment is not as it suppose to be.

jeanpierreaubry's picture

I suppose you want to pull my leg
As any scientific calculator i know , including RPN ones have a way to switch the trigonometric modes in (at least) radians or degrees
This was the case wit the previous version of RPNCalc running on SailFishOS 3.3, with a right swipe.
This is missing in this version
And also some function like e^x (exp) exhibit the same flow

kan's picture

I don't know how it use to work and it is likely that you are correct :) but you were complaining about calculation correctnes. Now it looks like that something wrong is with Settings page and settings. I will look at it if I have free time.

edit: Certainly there is something wrong with settings. For the time being you can set selected unit in ~/.config/harbour-rpncalc.conf file. There is "angle_unit=DEG" but should be Degree, Radian or Gradient instead of DEG, e.g. "angle_unit=Degree"

PamNor's picture

Need 32-bit ARMv7 build.
Is it possible?

kan's picture

Yes. It is.

PamNor's picture

Working perfectly. Thanks. I've missed this RPN calculator for years.