Floating Point

Floating Point All Updates

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Mar 11, 2016
1 year 9 months Shortened messages printed at startup. (These verbose messages make the startup confusing when dozens of modules are loaded.)
Commit 75, by Michael Baudin
Sep 8, 2015
2 years 3 months cleanup
Commit 74, by John Gliksberg
Sep 2, 2015
2 years 3 months small cleanup
Commit 73, by John Gliksberg
Aug 17, 2015
2 years 3 months updated for scilab 6 (tests + minimumdecimalstr)
Commit 72, by John Gliksberg
Jul 23, 2013
4 years 4 months Issue 1281, Stack problem detected within a loop.
Creation of issue 1281, by Vincent Couvert
Jun 8, 2011
6 years 6 months Fixed help cleaner.
Commit 71, by Michael Baudin
Apr 12, 2011
6 years 8 months
Commit 70, by Michael Baudin
Feb 15, 2011
6 years 9 months Issue 313, The example in the overview does not work.
Creation of issue 313, by Michael Baudin
Jan 30, 2011
6 years 10 months Issue 238, The display of the M*2^e representation is unclear.
Creation of issue 238, by Michael Baudin
Jan 21, 2011
6 years 10 months Issue 207, The unit test for datasetread is wrong.
Creation of issue 207, by Michael Baudin
Jan 14, 2011
6 years 10 months * Updated the listitem tags in .sci files.
Commit 69, by Michael Baudin
Nov 26, 2010
7 years 15 days Cosmetic.
Commit 68, by Michael Baudin
Nov 25, 2010
7 years 17 days Updated changelog before release.
Commit 67, by Michael Baudin
Nov 23, 2010
7 years 18 days Fixed several examples.
Commit 66, by Michael Baudin
7 years 18 days Updated .ref according to the removal of datasetread function from the test scripts.
Commit 65, by Michael Baudin
7 years 18 days Removed the "private API".
Commit 64, by Michael Baudin
7 years 18 days Separated datasetread from unit tests.
Commit 63, by Michael Baudin
Nov 22, 2010
7 years 19 days Updated help pages. Added failing test for hex2double.
Commit 62, by Michael Baudin
7 years 19 days Updated tests for issubnormal.
Commit 61, by Michael Baudin
7 years 19 days * Fixed formatting of subnormals.
Commit 60, by Michael Baudin