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 fixes a bug related to the handling of canceled activations.
Release Notes: Several minor bugs from the 7.0 release are fixed. Formatting and syntax coloring in the JessDE are no longer confused by multiline strings and comments. The JessDE contains a few new selection and formatting commands.
Release Notes: This release adds powerful new features including XML support, rule language additions, simplified APIs, performance enhancements, and a comprehensive development environment based on Eclipse.
Release Notes: A problem in which undefrule left behind activations, a potential deadlock, and a race condition in the agenda were fixed.
Release Notes: A deadlock problem has been fixed. This release has better performance with huge numbers of templates. NPE works when parsing empty (not) patterns. A PrettyPrinter bug with (not) and pattern bindings has been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes two incremental reset problems. str-cat was evaluating the first argument twice. A bug using the '|' constraint on unbound slots inside (logical) has been fixed. readline now works better in immediate mode. A query name resolution issue has been fixed. "crlf" translates to 0x0D0A on Windows.
Release Notes: This release now works as a standard extension, including loading user classes. A potential stack overflow when making heavy use of the (logical) conditional element was fixed. Error messages from jess.awt.Canvas.paint() are now flushed.