Release Notes: This release enhances the QueryResult class, and fixes bugs in slot-specific, no-loop, and salience evaluation in peered engines.
Release Notes: This version includes a patch for some issues with default values in inherited templates, and a workaround for folks who need to include the period character in template slot names (see the release notes section entitled "Porting from Jess 7" for details.)
Release Notes: This release contains many enhancements to rule engine performance and rule language usability. The semantics of "Java patterns" are greatly improved, and the rule compiler is far more aggressive about optimization.
Release Notes: This release adds a number of small convenience features and fixes all outstanding bugs.
Release Notes: Support for Eclipse linked projects was added, along with a number of engine bugfixes.
Release Notes: Rete network optimizations and minor feature enhancements were made.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug related to the handling of canceled activations.
Release Notes: This release optimizes the "test" CE as well as some uses of functions during pattern matching, resulting in both memory and performance improvements. It also introduces a new "dotted variable" notation for referring to facts and their slots, giving both clearer syntax for humans and easier code generation. This release includes some important bugfixes. It is recommended that everyone use this version for their development work.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the "allowed-values" slot qualifier, with static and optional dynamic checking. It includes a number of bugfixes and many documentation fixes.
Release Notes: The major new feature in this release is "peering". Any number of Jess instances can now share a single rule base, leading to much faster startup and reduced memory usage for systems in which multiple engines run the same rules on differing data.