September 1st, 2012The Rexx Language Association (RexxLA) and the Open Object Rexx Development Team are pleased to announce the availability of Open Object Rexx (ooRexx) version 4.1.2. ooRexx 4.1.2 is the latest open source version of IBM's old Object REXX interpreter. It is released under the Common Public License (CPL) v1.0.
This is a bug fix only release, with 15 to 20 bugs fixed. Installation packages for ooRexx are available immediately on SourceForge. The number of supported platforms and operating systems is large and the source is readily available to compile it on the platform of your choice in the event a version is not available for your platform.
There are lots of supported platforms for this release. Here are just a few.
The documentation has also been improved and reorganized. It is available in both PDF and HTML formats.
The new ooRexx release and documentation may be downloaded from SourceForge.
The main project web site for ooRexx is SourceForge.
The Rexx language Association is the sponsor for the Open Object Rexx Project.
The ooRexx Development Team would like to thank the beta testers for this release. With their invaluable help we are able to provide a release that has been tested not only on our test suite but on many customer's production code.
The ooRexx Development Team invites all individuals and corporations to contribute to the ooRexx Project. There are many ways to contribute from writing C/C++ code to administering aspects of the project. We also need developers willing to write and maintain tests for every aspect of ooRexx. We also need contributors to our wiki located on SourceForge. Monetary or hardware contributions are also appreciated.
The Open Object Rexx Development Team