KDE for scientific work

Cirkuit released

Cirkuit has been updated to version The main differences with respect to version 0.3 are:

  • Added possibility to export to TeX source
  • Can export to GIF
  • Fixed a bug that caused wrong syntax highlighting detection in Kate
  • Correct escaping of mathematical expressions in the Gnuplot backend
  • Fixed a bug that prevented the user to overwrite an exported file even when the user has confirmed that he wants to overwrite it
  • Fixed compilation issues
  • Improved localization
  • Various minor bugfixes

Additionally, the migration of Cirkuit to the KDE infrastructure is now completed. This means you can now find the code at, you can submit bugs and feature requests to, and you can use to propose patches. From now on please use these tools, so that bugs, patches and feature requests do not get lost in comments or mails. Thanks to the KDE sysadmins for the great job!


One response to “Cirkuit released

  1. damipereira December 20, 2010 at 11:25 am

    Nice work! keep it up, I’ve always felt there was no good circuit drawing app on linux, I’d even thinked of doing one myself, will try to help at least with testing when I have the time.

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