|Seed7 Release 2008-03-02 email@example.com (2008-03-02)|
|Date:||Sun, 2 Mar 2008 14:01:23 -0800 (PST)|
|Posted-Date:||03 Mar 2008 13:57:11 EST|
I have released a new version of Seed7: seed7_05_20080302.tgz
In the Seed7 programming language new statements and operators
can be declared easily. Types are first class objects and therefore
templates/generics need no special syntax. Object orientation is
used when it brings advantages and not in places when other
solutions are more obvious.
Seed7 is covered by the GPL (and LGPL for the Seed7 runtime library).
- A new chapter about compile errors was added to faq and to the
- The functions skipComment, getComment, skipLineComment,
getLineComment and getNumber were added to the scanstri.s7i
- A new example program (chk_all.sd7), which runs interpreted and
compiled checks, was added.
- Support for the primitive action CMD_CHDIR was added to the
- Several memory leaks, which happen in the handling of MEMORY_ERROR
exceptions, were removed.
- All primitive actions which start with CLS_ were renamed such that
the name starts with ITF_ .
- The files clslib.c and clslib.h were replaced by itflib.c and
- The objectcategory CLASSOBJECT was replaced with the objectcategory
- The functions popen and cmd_sh were improved to be consistent on
all platforms. Now they use always '/' as path delimiter and '\\ '
to describe spaces in the command path.
- The gets function for external_files was improved to work correctly
when pipe files are read as a whole.
- A workaround was added for a wrong behaviour of the ftell()
function under MinGW for pipes.
- The -q option of the 'hi' interpreter was improved to suppress all
- Several changes to remove C compiler warnings were done.
Greetings Thomas Mertes
Seed7 Homepage: http://seed7.sourceforge.net
Seed7 - The extensible programming language: User defined statements
and operators, abstract data types, templates without special
syntax, OO with interfaces and multiple dispatch, statically typed,
interpreted or compiled, portable, runs under linux/unix/windows.
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