All releases of P* Web Programming Language

  •  07 Mar 2014 10:53
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    Release Notes: This release adds new file I/O functionality. P* can read a file line by line, and you can edit lines as you traverse the file. P* will cache your changes and modify the file before you close it.

    •  06 Jan 2014 12:11
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      Release Notes: This release adds support for the Perl regular expression replacement syntax using s/EXP/REPLACEMENT/. Also, you can inline variables by prefixing them with $.

      •  23 Dec 2013 23:36
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        Release Notes: This release adds support for the C-style for-loop. P* now also supports multidimensional arrays.

        •  18 Dec 2013 11:58
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          Release Notes: Performance improvements in the Apache module. P* now matches PHP in speed, and is 2-3 times faster than JSP. The module now works with both mpm-prefork and mpm-worker. Some bugs regarding thread-safety and MySQL are fixed. Error messages are improved, with file position information now also in run-time errors.

          •  09 Dec 2013 23:40
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            Release Notes: This release adds a new Apache module for improved performance, and CGI is no longer needed (but still supported). The module takes advantage of Apache's internal memory structures for fast output. Parsed programs are cached in memory and re-used in concurrent accesses.

            •  29 Nov 2013 00:29
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              Release Notes: P* now supports scene inheritance with a syntax borrowed from C++. This makes it possible to stash configuration material inside a scene and extend other scenes with it in an object-oriented fashion. Variables and functions of scenes can now be specified as private or protected.

              •  24 Nov 2013 22:56
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                Release Notes: This is an experimental Windows build of P*, tested on Windows 7.

                •  21 Nov 2013 23:58
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                  Release Notes: This release adds a regular expression engine. The syntax is borrowed from the Perl language, and the internal implementation uses the Boost regex-library.

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