Frink for Mac OS X 2019-05-21 freeware
Frink is a practical calculating tool and programming language designed to help us all to better understand the world around us, to help us get calculations right without getting bogged down in the mechanics, and to make a tool that's really useful in the real world.
|OS||Mac OS X|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||programming language, physical calculation, Track measure unit, measure, calculator, physical|
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|2019-05-21||May 22, 2019||New Release||Fixed a possible crash on Android when Frink doesn't have permission to access an external data directory. This may not completely fix all problems when Frink can't write to external storage. I'm currently evaluating fallback behaviors.
Frink's standard data file changed again in a couple of ways:
Improved the description of several units, and noted the changes between the pre-2019 definitions and the current definitions. Comments were updated and modernized.
|2019-05-19||May 20, 2019||New Release||Some constants have been redefined due to the above definitions. In the Frink standard data file, many definitions have been changed to turn them into their new exactly-defined values. For example, the electron-volt (which is the energy of an electron accelerated through a potential of one volt) is now an exactly-defined value.
Some units in the data file have been revised if they could be defined in terms of exactly-defined units. In the future, this should make it easier to keep the units exactly defined, and not require updating with new CODATA values every 4 years.
Standards bureaus like NIST and BIPM have been slow in adjusting their official values for constants. I'm not sure if they're going to switch everything over on May 20, or what. Right now they have the 2014 CODATA values (which are updated every 4 years) of the constants, with no notices about how this will change with the new SI.
Update: Since I posted this last night, the NIST site now states that it has the 2018 CODAT
|2019-04-10||Apr 11, 2019||New Release||Added the conjugate[x] function to return the complex conjugate of a complex number or array of numbers.|