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MPSL Release Notes
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2.2.1
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- Fixed bug in random().
2.2.0
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- New features:
- By the new() operator and the usage of the -> operator as
a method call, it helps implementing simple object-oriented
programming.
- join() can also join arrays.
- New keyword `global', to define global variables.
- The map() and grep() functions also accept a hash as their
first argument.
- New function hmap(), to map an array or hash to another hash.
2.1.0
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- New features:
- New TCP/IP socket client support via the connect() function.
- The push() functions accepts a variable number of elements
to be pushed into the array (not only one).
- New function tr(), to transliterate strings.
- New function strftime() (like C library's one).
2.0.1
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- New features:
- An abbreviated way of defining hashes (ala JavaScript).
- Bugfixes:
- Several fixes to for() construction: fixed incorrect
calling order and for (;;) is accepted for infinite loops.
2.0.0
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- A new C-like for() control flow construction.
- Updated to match MPDM refactoring (no more sweeping /
garbage collection).
- New multithreading support:
- A function can be prefixed with & (ampersand) to execute
it in a new thread; the new thread handler is returned.
- Support for mutex values.
- Support for semaphore values.
- Any function argument not explicitly declared and
sent as argument in the function call is stored
in the local array _ (underscore).
- The adel() function no longer returns the deleted element.
- mpsl_compile_file() now has an additional argument
holding the source file search path.
- The following functions had had their arguments swapped:
- split().
- join().
- sscanf().
- map().
- grep().
- regex().
- sregex().
1.0.9
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* New syntax for _inverse_ calling functions; the new
construction `val1->func(val2)' is equivalent
to `func(val1, val2)'. This way, chained function
calls where the first argument of one is the return
of the other are much easier to write and understand.
* Numbers prefixed by `0b' are accepted as binary numbers
and `sprintf()' accepts `%b' to print them.
* New operands >> and << (bit shifting).
* New operands &=, |= and ^=, <<= and >>=.
* New operand ** (power).
* New function `random()'.
* New trapping functionality.
1.0.8
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* New function `sscanf()'.
* New function `compile()', to compile a string of MPSL code
to an executable value.
* New function `bincall()', to create an executable value
given a pointer to binary code.
* The `mpsl' executable now ignores the first line of an MPSL
script if it starts with #!.
* Real numbers can be expressed in scientific notation.
1.0.7
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* The `write()' allows a variable argument of values to write.
* Values are dumped as MPSL instead of MPDM's low-level format.
* New function `chdir()'.
1.0.6
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* Fixed a strange but annoying bug regarding local variables
losing their values in anonymous subroutines.
1.0.5
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* New `g' flag in regex().
* Fix backslash parsing in strings.
1.0.4
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* The iterator variable in foreach() is _always_ created
as a local variable inside the block. Also, the old
construction foreach(local v, ...) issues a warning,
as it's redundant.
1.0.3
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* Anonymous subroutines now run inside a block frame
instead of a subroutine frame. This way, they can have
access to local variables defined in the subroutine
they are called from. So, for example, if you run
map() inside a subroutine, its anonymous code block
can access the local variables defined there.
* getenv() doesn't crash if the environment variable
does not exist.
1.0.2
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* Small internal refactoring regarding subroutine and
block frames. Frame creation code has been unified,
so block frames don't crash when a NULL local symbol
table is sent as argument, and can have arguments.
This change is not visible from outside; only a step
towards closing bug #1107.
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