Version 4.4.0 of the C Scripting Language has been released. It has some minor enhanhements and bugfixes over 4.3.0
Users compiling CSL with MSVC6 have reported problems with file ZPlatfrm.cpp. A new version of the file fixing that issue is now available for download at:
CSL version 4.3.0 has been released. There are binary distributions now available for linux and freebsd.
In V4.2.0 the C SCRIPTING LANGUAGE has got enhanced trace facilities to help debugging your scripts. Besides tracing pcode, you can now also trace function and block entry/exit as well as monitoring any expression. It is also possible to emit trace information from libraries and functions implemented in C or C++.
Read more about the enhanced tracing facility at
C Styled Script (CSS) has been renamed to C Scripting Language (CSL) in V4.1.0. The transition was made because many users worried about the acronym also standing for other subjects in the computing world.
Besides the rename, there has been also an ODBC interface added, and code was enhanced to easy porting to various other operating systems in the unix family. In fact CSL should compile now with only minimal changes on every unixish system having gmake and gcc.... read more