Regina is an implementation of the 1996 ANSI Standard for the Rexx language. Rexx is designed to be an easily readable, but powerful scripting and embedded macro language. Ports of Regina are available for most popular operating systems.
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Release Notes: This release fixes several bugs and some memory leaks, includes the embedded Generic Call Interface, and adds locale support for several BIFs and comparisons. More backwards compatibility options have also been added.
Release Notes: This release fixes some bugs introduced in 3.1 and changes the way that shared libraries are built. On platforms that support threads, the shared library will be built with thread support, rather than building a separate library for thread support and one as single thread only. Source and pre-built binaries for many platforms are available.
Release Notes: This release makes Regina 100% compliant with the 1996 ANSI Standard for Rexx. Major functional enhancements include ANSI "ADDRESS WITH" now fully functional and consistent on all platforms, ANSI LOSTDIGITS condition implemented, the thread-safe version is now built by default on platforms that support threads (which simplifies support for the Apache mod_rexx module), all AREXX builtin functions have been added, and new supported platforms include Mac OSX and AROS.
Release Notes: This is a major functional release; it includes several functional enhancements rather than concentrating on bugfixes. Current outstanding bugs will be addressed in Regina 3.1. The documentation has also been updated and is now available online in HTML and PDF, and dowloadable in HTML, PDF and StarWriter formats. Major functional enhancements include full functioanlity of ANSI ADDRESS WITH, native language support for error messages (EN, DE, NO, PT, and ES), and a "safe" Rexx mode.
Release Notes: Addition of support for multiple, named, and external queues. API now supports queue related calls. Additional operating systems support. Minor bug fixes.