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Below is a brief summary of new features available in v7.5:

GINO's latest driver is for generating animated graphics on the web using Adobe Flash (SWF).

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Adobe's SWF file format is used for creating animations or movies within web pages. The Adobe Flash plugin is required to display these files, but Adobe now estimate that the plugin has coverage of over 90% of internet users in the 'mature markets'.
There are a number of tools available for creating these animations, the best known being the 'Flash' product available from Adobe, however most of these tools are aimed at 'arty' graphics.

With the introduction of the SWF driver in v7.5, GINO developers can now output high quality vector drawings to the web either as static images or converted to animations with very little effort.

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With the addtion of a little javascript to the web page
start movie
stop movie

The SWF file format has some built-in interaction which can be accessed by the user right-clicking on the image. This shows a menu giving controls for zooming, stopping, playing or rewinding the movie. Alternatively, by writing a small amount of javascript, the web-developer can provide similar interaction linked to buttons or images as shown here.



Add 40 new WindowsXP/Vista icons to GINOMENU



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New look and feel to GINOMENU Studio





GINOMENU Studio is a fully interactive GUI builder and development environment for the Fortran programmer. Application development is made easy with visual drag-and-drop design, fully integrated callback editor, coding-error tracer and run-time project manager.

GINOMENU Studio contains all the components required for building sophisticated GUI applications. Menu bars, dockable tool bars, status bars, data entry controls and graphics controls are dropped onto the design grid and then their properties can be altered showing you exactly what the application is going to look like. Code can then be added to any event associated with each control and this can be linked to user-code either internal or external to the project.

The project manager is used to set any compiler and linker switches and then the project is ready to build with coding errors displayed in a log window linked to the main code window.

To assist the program developer, the built in editor contains language-sensitive highlighting, argument popups and pop-up routine names to assist in all aspects of GINO application development.



이 외의 특징들
  • New cursor types in GINOMENU
  • Block commenting/uncommenting in GINOMENU Studio
  • Block indenting/outdenting in GINOMENU Studio
  • Extra features to RTF paragraph properties in GINOMENU
  • More options for log axes in GINOGRAF with different display types
  • New GINO Installation with better support for Vista and Windows7
  • Multi-language support during Installation
  • Evaluation downloads without needing serial number
  • Installation setup is now code-signed for better security
  • Examples and Data moved out of Program Files, therefore releasing the need to run as Administrator
  • Rebuild of low-level libraries to avoid LIBC/LIBCMT clash
  • Support for Visual Studio 2010
  • 32bit and 64bit versions supplied as one package





GINO v7.0 Release Notes - Mar 2007

GINO의 새버전과 관련 라이브러리드들은 새로운 많은 기능들이 추가되었습니다. 업그레이드에 대한 자세한 내용은 아래 설명을 참고 하시기 바랍니다.

GINO v7.0
GINOMENU Studio v7.0


GINO v7.0

다음 기능들을 포함하여 29가지의 새로운 루틴들이 GINO에 추가 되었습니다.

  • 2D 및 3D DXF 파일 입력
  • 윈도우 폰트 이름에 접근 가능. GINO의 축척비율과 관계없이 Point Size에 의한 크기 선택

hardware chars

  • 2D 및 3D 화살표와 3D 타원형

hardware chars

  • OpenGL 그래픽 윈도우에서 BMP,JPG,PNG 메타 파일 생성

hardware chars

  • Routines, Defined constants and Optional arguments using the words: Dialogue, Centre, Colour and Grey are now provided with their American spelling equivalents.
  • The GINO config, message and font files may now be placed in the system path as an alternative to using GINO environment variable.
Drawing Objects

Number/String handling

Hardware Fonts

DXF Importing

Other utilities

Draws a 2D ellipse
Draws an open/closed/filled arrow in 2D space
Draws an open/closed/filled arrow in 3D space

Converts an integer to its equivalent right-justified string
Converts a real number to its equivalent string with raised power
Converts a real number to its equivalent string in scientific format
Displays a right-justified integer with optional zero padding
Displays a real number with a raised power value
Displays a real number with mantissa between 1.0 and 10.0

Returns the currently selected character font name
Returns the current character/language set
Returns a list of available font names on the current device
Sets the current hardware character font by name
Sets the current hardware character/language set
Sets the current character mode to hardware 'point size' mode

Closes the currently open DXF file
Returns the entity count of a DXF file
Returns the graphical extent of a DXF file
Returns the list of layer names in a DXF file
Reads one or all the layers from a DXF file and displays them
Returns the details of the next entity
Returns a set of vertices and triangles representing a surface mesh
Opens a DXF file ready for interpreting data

Generate a BMP/JPG/PNG file containing OpenGL graphics
Creates a metafile from data stored in pixbuf
Terminate a background process
Direct error messages to a particular file
Enquires the current line width in pixels
Sets the current line width in pixels



New Features
  • Three new routines have been added to implement a colour scaling facility. Any line, curve or symbol graph can be drawn with a graduated colour along the X or Y axis together with an optional colour bar as a key.
New Routines ggDrawColourScale
Displays a graduated colour bar
Returns the current colour scaling settings
Sets a colour scaling for 2D graph components

colour scale example



10 new routines have been added to this library adding the following functionality:
New Features
  • Extend the new cut and fill functionality added last release with facilities to generate a complete cut and fill area by adding spot heights, break lines and site boundaries to create a second surface within an existing surface. Surface area, volume and maximum height between the two surfaces can then be calculated.
  • Contour data can now be enquired directly from the gridded data without having to draw the contours first.
  • Vertical fault lines can now be added to a surface allowing vertical discontinuity between two heights whereby the area between is ignored when calculating the surface to display.
  • New optional arguments have been added to the routine gsSetContourLevels() to allow the specification of pre and post-fix strings to annotation of contour heights.
  • The routine gImportDXFSurface() has been added to the GINO library to import polymesh surface data from a DXF file. The data returned is in a format ready to pass to gsImportTriangulationNetwork() ready for surface display.
  • Cross Sections may now be drawn directly from gridded or triangulated workspaces without the need to draw a contour map or surface first.
New Routines gsGenerateContourDataSet
Returns 2D contour data relating to a particular height
Calculates and Displays information relating to 3D cut and fill
Returns surface areas and volumes between two surfaces
Generates a grid from random data with two sets of heights
Returns the data range information that is used internally
Stores gridded data in workspace to be used by other routines
Stores 4D gridded data to be used by other routines
Controls whether triangulation is restricted to a unit square
Add one or more fault lines into an existing 3D surface
Selects the 1st or 2nd data set that has previously been stored

colour scale example



13 new routines and 8 new optional arguments have been added to the library providing the following functionality:
  • A new widget type has been added in this release which is the spinner or up-down control. It can be associated with a value entry for directly controlling the value.
  • RTF text entries have been enhanced with the ability of providing HyperText link callbacks. A user can now click or double-click on a string that has been assigned a hypertext font attribute which will then generate a hypertext link callback.

hypertext link

  • For Windows XP users, documentation has been added to explain how to utilize the current XP theme and mouse-sensitive widgets with the appropriate initialization being carried out in the GINOMENU DLL.


  • In the area of callbacks, a new routine is provided to check the callback queue for particular types of callbacks and greater control of windows messages is provided with the ability to trap messages that are not being used by GINOMENU.
  • The resizing of floating docking panes is now permitted in two directions by selecting one of the four corners of the widget.
  • A new optional property, gmTabList is provided to add or remove a widget from the tab list. For Array Grid widgets gmTabAction has been added to provided three modes of action for the TAB key within this widget.
  • Two routines have been added to enable an enquiry and import of data from an internal bitmap resource (i.e.. Bitmap, icon or cursor). The data can then be used by the GINO routines gDrawPixelArea or gDrawCellArray.
Checks the callback queue for a particular callback type
Creates a spinner or 'up-down' control for controlling value entries
Traps additional windows messages for a particular widget class
Defines a HyperText link callback to a RTF widget
Enquires the action of the <CR> key within array grids
Enquires the windows messages that are being trapped
Enquires the mode, position and size of a docking pane
Enquires the size, no. of bits and colours of an internal resource
Returns the list of currently assigned timer callbacks
Converts image data from a resource into a GINO array
Returns a widget handle for use with Windows API routines
Sets the action of the <CR> key within array grids
Sets the mode, position and size of a docking pane  



GINOMENU Studio v7.0
  • A new horizontal and vertical widget alignment facility is now available following the selection of multiple widgets on any form.


  • The Code Editor can now be on permanent display (depending on its state) enabling quicker updating of code with fewer key-clicks. It now incorporates a list of all current widget names and menu-entry names via a tabbed panel and combo boxes allowing quicker code selection between different code blocks.


  • The initial display of Studio now makes use of Docking Panes for the Properties, Hierarchy, Code Editor and Compiler Log windows. These can be docked, re-sized, floated or made invisible.
  • A new widget type; Docking Pane can now be added to the design of the application
  • A Source Code viewer has been added for read-only editing of the complete generated code. This can be useful when making global changes to identify which code blocks changes need to be made in.
  • A new 'Duplicate Widget' (Ctrl D) option has been added to speed-up the copying and pasting of a widget or group on to the same form.
  • A new 'Print Errors' option has been added to the menu bar to enable the printing of compiler/linker errors.
  • For Windows XP users, automatic generation of Windows manifest file for each project to utilize the current XP theme and mouse-sensitive widgets.
  • New properties added to widgets in the new version of GINOMENU have been included for the same widgets in Studio, including:
    • HyperText link callbacks for RTF entries
    • AutoURL for RTF entries
    • Tab Action and Read-only option for text and value arrays
    • Tab List option to all appropriate widgets




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