Index: readme/newinrelease.sgml =================================================================== --- readme/newinrelease.sgml (revision 5195) +++ readme/newinrelease.sgml (working copy) @@ -56,8 +56,8 @@
New Platforms - The code base for the intrepreter has been reworked so that the executables and libraries can be - compiled in 64-bit mode. The interprer and external function packages that ship with the interpreter + The code base for the interpreter has been reworked so that the executables and libraries can be + compiled in 64-bit mode. The interpreter and external function packages that ship with the interpreter have been built and tested on the following operating systems: Linux 64-bit @@ -69,7 +69,7 @@
All Platforms - Although not directly visible to the ooRexx programer, much of the code in the interpreter core has + Although not directly visible to the ooRexx programmer, much of the code in the interpreter core has been rewritten. This enhances the interpreter in several ways, not the least of which is the ability to compile the interpreter in 64-bit addressing mode. In addition, the rewritten interpreter is now more maintainable and extensible. @@ -134,7 +134,7 @@
Installation Program - The Windows installation program has be enhanced so that it will only remove files installed by the + The Windows installation program has been enhanced so that it will only remove files installed by the ooRexx package. Files added to the installation directory by the user will no longer be deleted when ooRexx is uninstalled. This behavior will be in effect for the uninstallation of ooRexx 4.0.0 and future versions of ooRexx, there is no change in the 3.2.0 uninstallation. When a 3.2.0, or earlier, @@ -142,7 +142,7 @@ The installation program now correctly sets up the .rex file associations when run with non-Admin - privileges. Note however, it is still advised to always run the installation and un-installation + privileges. Note, however, it is still advised to always run the installation and un-installation program using Admin privileges. @@ -201,7 +201,7 @@ The following new methods have been added to various classes in the ooDialog framework. Check the - index in the ooDialog reference for which class the methods applies to. The list is in no + index in the ooDialog reference to which classes the methods apply. The list is in no particular order, although related methods are, somewhat, grouped together. @@ -227,8 +227,8 @@ Note:The Windows Scripting Host support in ooRexx 4.0.0 has been temporarily disabled in this release. This was done after soliciting input from users. Temporarily disabling WSH allows the release of 4.0.0 to be months sooner than it would have been otherwise. The - consensus of users was that they would prefer an early release without WSH, than a later release with - WSH. The intent is to deliver WSH as soon as possible in a follow-on minor release. + consensus of users was that they would prefer an early release without WSH, rather than a later + release with WSH. The intent is to deliver WSH as soon as possible in a follow-on minor release.
@@ -282,7 +282,7 @@ The caller is a class object that is compatible with the scope of the method. This allows class objects to also access private methods of its own instances. This is useful for specialized class - methods that create instances(such as the "fromXxxxxx" methods on DateTime). + methods that create instances (such as the "fromXxxxxx" methods on DateTime). @@ -304,12 +304,12 @@ - FILESPEC has new options : Location, Extension. - LASTPOS has a new parameter : length. - POS has a new parameter : length. - QUALIFY is new builtin function. - TIME has a new option : Offset. - TRANSLATE has new parameters : pos, length. + FILESPEC has new options: Location, Extension. + LASTPOS has a new parameter: length. + POS has a new parameter: length. + QUALIFY is new builtin function. + TIME has a new option: Offset. + TRANSLATE has new parameters: pos, length.