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SE:ISDK upgrades available for all 5.00,
4.40, and 4.30 C and Java versions
SE:ISDK upgrades (i.e. errata releases) are now available
for these versions:
- SE/ISDK/C 4.40f
- SE:ISDK/C 4.30g
- SE:ISDK/Java 5.00f
- SE:ISDK/Java 4.30g
These upgrades fix all
known errata items for their respective versions,and are now
If you've been using 4.30 and 4.40 for a while with no problems,
and have been keeping track of which errata items apply to you,
then you may not want to bother with the upgrade hassles. 5.00
users probably will want the 'f' release for all of the added
To receive your SE:ISDK upgrades contact http://support.nombasxxx.com/
with information about platforms and version needed.
- To avoid scoping issues (compilers mangling multiple functions
to conflicting names), many of the internal identifiers have been
given se-unique names. seoldver.h and the SE_OLDVER_500E compile-time
flag have been created to help if you're using the old names and
don't want to change your code.
- Many functions in the RegExp object have been changed to return
the exact values presented in most javacript books and in the
majority of browser implementations.
- The SEDBC database object has been updated to support Oracle
Lite (giving database support for WinCE and other small platforms).
JSE_THREADSAFE_POSIX_CRTL is now on by default
for unix builds, and so by default library function are thread-safe.
Number methods toExponential and toPrecision
now present shorter number strings, with leading and trailing
- The Buffer object now has equal() and compare() methods.
- The ServALot sample (a port listener that will duplicate a script
on a new thread for each new connection) has been created to demonstrate
the recommended methods for handling many threads in the quickest
and smallest way.
The MIO library and sample have been created
to demonstrate how the ScriptEase implementation of the EcmaScript
language can support handle multiple inheritance object-oriented
Run-time option SE_OPT_REQ_SEMICOLON has been
added to disable the EcmaScript rule that semicolons are optional
- The unix makefiles have been streamlined for fewer steps.
- The script-compiler (except for min-memory builds) is measurably
The debugger has been optimized for improved
The global variable cache has been improved
for faster access to recently-used global script variables
- seContinueFunc() callbacks have been added during compilation
so long compilations to not lockup time-critical system resources.
- Complete floating-point has been to the Blackberry C builds
(with JSE_FLOATING_POINT undefined it still reverts to integer-only).
- Error objects have fileName, lineNum, and functionName fields
added for fuller exception reporting.
- JSE_TOOLKIT_APPSOURCE is now on by default for PalmOS builds,
so that the entire script does not need to be in memory.
- The test suite has been further expanded to simulate many more
build options and worst-case run-time situations. (It's getting
very hard to find new ways to crash this engine.)