Please contact us to order Sysquake, which offers support for low-level file access, extensions (those provided by Calerga as well as those you will develop yourself in C), Sysquake Application Builder, an integrated development environment, a 840-pages PDF user manual, and more.
If you want to use Sysquake LE on the Web, please go to the Sysquake LE On The Web page.
On Mac OS X, files are provided in a disk image (.dmg file) which can be opened with Disk Utility on Mac OS 10.3-10.4 or Disk Copy on Mac OS 10.2. A double-click should be enough to mount it; then you can copy its contents to the Applications folder.
On Windows, Sysquake is provided as a self-contained setup application Install_SQLE.exe.
On Linux, files are .tar.gz archives. To uncompress them, type the following commands in a terminal, then read the readme file:
% gunzip filename.tar.gz % tar xf filename.tar
You can also read the documentation on our site.
Sysquake for LaTeX
Sysquake for LaTeX is a LaTeX package which offers the seamless integration of the Sysquake interpreter in LaTeX. Sysquake code fragments stored in the .tex files are evaluated and the result (text and graphics) is included in the typeset result (PDF or DVI file) with ultimate quality and convenience.
Sysquake for LaTeX has been tested with MiKTeX on Windows and with TeXLive 2007 on Mac OS X and Linux. Its installation does not depend on any TeX distribution; its operating, described in its documentation, should allow its use with other distributions.
LyME, a scientific application based on the math language of Sysquake, is available for Palm 3.1 or higher with at least 1.5 Megabyte of free memory (8-Megabytes Palm OS devices, or even better 16-Megabytes Palm OS 5 devices, recommended.) LyME is provided in a ZIP archive, which can be decoded by WinZIP on Windows, by Stuffit Expander on Macintosh, and by unzip on unix or Linux computers.
LME for Pocket PC
LME for Pocket PC is a simple application for Pocket PC handheld computers based on the programming language of Sysquake. Except for graphics, which lack the interactivity of Sysquake, almost everything is there: language well suited to linear algebra and numerical computation, math functions, audio nput/output, TCP/IP, web services, support for your own extensions written in C...
LME for Pocket PC is tested mainly on a Dell Axim X30. It should run on any compatible device: XScale, at least 24 MB of RAM, Windows Mobile 2003. It you have success on older releases, we'd be very interested to have feedback.
LME for Pocket PC is provided as a .cab file, which you should copy to your handheld and open. It contains everything, including the documentation. The documentation is also provided as a PDF file.
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