Antilog has released an update for Julius, bringing it to version 1.0.1. Julius is a utility designed for converting arabic and roman numbers. The update adds German language support and validity testing. According to Antilog:
Antilog announced today Julius I.0.1, the new release of their free roman-number converter for the Macintosh.
Julius is a simple converter for the translation of numbers written with arabic digits into roman digits.
The use of Julius if very easy: you simply write the number (strictly positive, no decimal, under 4000), click on the convert button, and the roman version of your number is displayed, in a copy-enabled field.
- The Software has been localized in German (Thanks to David)
- The number typed is now tested to check its validity
You can find more information about the Julius update at the Antilog Web site. Julius is available as freeware.