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14.0 > Academic > gchemutils (0.12.13)

The Gnome Chemistry Utils (gchemutils) is a collection of libraries,
programs and plugins that are useful for chemists and science students.

Six programs are avaible:
1) A 2D chemical editor (GChemPaint)
2) A 3D molecular structure viewer (GChem3Viewer)
3) A Crystal structure viewer (GCrystal)
4) A Chemical calculator (GChemCalc)
5) A Spectrum viewer (GSpectrum)
6) A periodic table of the elements application (GChemTable)

Three plugins for external programs are included:
1) A GOffice plugin allows embedding GChemPaint supported files in
programs supporting the GOffice component framework
2) A Gnumeric plugin provides a molar mass function for the spreadsheet
3) A Mozilla plugin allows embedding 2D, 3D and crystal structures as
well as spectra in web pages

An optional build-time dependency is gnumeric for building its plugin.

NOTES: The Mozilla plugin might not be very stable, so if you want
to prevent it from building, pass MOZILLA=NO to the script.

This requires: goffice, gtkglext, openbabel, bodr, chemical-mime-data

Maintained by: Petar Petrov
Keywords: gchemutils,gnome-chemistry-utils,GChemPaint,GChem3Viewer,GCrystal,GChemCalc,GSpectrum,GChemTable,chemistry,science

Homepage:
http://gchemutils.nongnu.org/

Source Downloads:
gnome-chemistry-utils-0.12.13.tar.xz (61f9873133eef25e666bd3d6f3fe5636)

Download SlackBuild:
gchemutils.tar.gz
gchemutils.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Validated for Slackware 14.0

See our HOWTO for instructions on how to use the contents of this repository.

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