* CGAL 4.7 packaged in the toolbox
* Support of Windows added
CGLAB 2.2 Linux x64 binaries
Upload date : 2016-02-29 17:49:25
MD5 : 61f85912602b2e6add8ea9b84b48a751
SHA1 : 3d7b4695673f4a92b13ea27103b87e7074614d92
Downloads : 1119
CGLAB 2.2 Windows x64 binaries
Upload date : 2016-02-29 17:43:08
MD5 : 9a4e9fdf535e86e476870aa5436b51c2
SHA1 : 96fcb04017442a5a97308941c93fedab1b3dba4a
Downloads : 1150
CGLAB 2.2 Linux x86 binaries
Upload date : 2016-02-29 17:48:55
MD5 : dedc5b974f46a04d6517d06e3dca0058
SHA1 : 664290f434fed1e8bfca5ffcbd046d59c57cb182
Downloads : 806
CGLAB 2.2 Windows x86 binaries
Upload date : 2016-02-29 17:43:46
MD5 : 7ed8bc6bb3784d5ce08fe6074b3cd869
SHA1 : 7c0641fb1dfce3a1150e44619de2c728acdbcac5
Downloads : 638
Wow! CGLAB for Windows is first released. The greatest piece of news of the day!
This is a master piece of code applied to topology and geometry that become usable for
Windows users. Really great. IMO, you should really announce it on the users@ list, and in
the Scilab CHANGES log. CGLAB should be tagged as a complementary module. A great one.
I am back after trying to install CGLAB for Scilab 5.5.2, because the installation failed
(twice). CGLAB is now well in the list of proposed modules, i can view its description, it
is well downloaded (at least the download applet completes), but the installation lasts a
long time and finally fails (with a messagebox "Installation failed!").
I don't think that it is a connexion issue, since i have no problem to install other
Hope this could help in fixing the issue
Actually, the first installation well unzipped the archive.
The second failure is due to the bug http://bugzilla.scilab.org/14046
Then, when i just move the module from SCI\contrib\cglab\cglab_2.2 to
SCI\contrib\cglab_2.2, its then becomes available through the "Modules" menu, and
The installation did not register CGLAB in the local ATOMS list.
After updating the list of modules (because of unmatching MD5 check sums since yesterday),
the installation now works perfectly.
Not really expected in Linear Algebra. Could rather be categorized in the Graphs &
Numerical maths to get a right visibility (before categories being redefined, i hope).
The sources of the 2.2 release are missing. Is it intentional?
> The sources of the 2.2 release are missing. Is it intentional?
Actually, sources look to be available on a Scilab forge, but not the CGLAB one contrarily
to the module name and the forge link provided in the description. The new forge is