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CleanSheets is a spreadsheet application that is both extensible and platform-independent. It features a formula language that closely resembles that of Microsoft Excel, and extensions for aiding end-user programmers in developing correct spreadsheets. The application is written in Java, and relies on ANTLR for generating the formula compiler and the JFC/Swing JTable component for spreadsheet visualization.

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Recent releases

  •  06 Dec 2005 06:00

    Release Notes: This release adds support for cell borders and format, and introduces the powerful new reflective DO function. Other new features are the ability to add and remove spreadsheets in a workbook, selection and auto-resizing of rows, and importing of tab-separated strings from the clipboard. Several improvements of existing features have also been made, such as in the performance of the spreadsheet table component, loading of language elements, and appearance of dialogs.

    •  04 Jun 2005 13:36

      Release Notes: This release adds support for cell style: font (family, style, and size), alignment (horizontal and vertical), and color (foreground and background). Other new features are persistent column and row dimensions, propagation of copy, move, and delete operations to extensions, and exporting of tab-separated string transferables. Bugs in copying and table updates have been corrected.

      •  22 May 2005 19:27

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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