Version 1.21 improves startup performance a bit by loading some things in separate threads and not loading other things until they are needed. It also adds syntax highlighting for constants and the ability to evaluate multiple expressions at once. This means you can do things like “
x = 0“, then keep executing “
x = x+1; x^2” to print the squares of successive numbers.
As with version 1.20, GlassCalc is now running on the .NET Framework 4.0. Microsoft has not yet released the .NET Framework 4.0, so you probably don’t have it. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can download the .NET 4 Release Candidate.
- Windows (Tested on 7, untested on earlier versions)
- .NET Framework 4 RC
- Visual C++ 2005 libraries (included in regular installer)