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APL+Win 13.2

The APL+Win v13.2 release is available and recommended for all current APL+Win subscribers.

To download this release, visit http://www.apl2000.com/software.php and click the file "APL+Win v13.2 Update" using your software download username and password. For a new installation, click the file "APL+Win v13.2 installer".

The APL+Win v13.2 includes the following enhancements/bug fixes

New direct Interface to Microsoft .Net

  1. New ⎕CSE (C# Script Engine):
    ⎕CSE allows an APL+Win application system programmer to use the C# programming language to access the Microsoft .Net Framework and obtain the benefit of the Framework tools.
     
  2. For the complete details on ⎕CSE, refer to the PDF file "APL+Win C# Script Engine Manual.pdf" in the DOCS folder.
  3. CSE Tutorial (1)...
  4. CSE Tutorial (2)...
  5. CSE Tutorial (3)...
  6. CSE Tutorial (4)...
  7. CSE Tutorial (5)...
  8. More details and ⎕CSE examples to be added soon. Re-visit this page!

Bug Fixes

  1. Bug Fix [Interpreter]:
    In APL+Win 13.1, using the optimized catenation syntax to catenate a singleton nested value into an empty nested array corrupted the workspace and crashed APL+Win.
     
  2. Bug Fix [APLGUI]:
    In APL+Win 13.1, the items in the list property of a style 4096 (Indents and images enabled) Combo control didn't appear in the drop-down list.
     
  3. Bug Fix [APLGUI]:
    In APL+Win 13.1 and earlier, when visual styles were enabled either internally or externally via the manifest file, the following visual anomalies were observed:
    1. In Windows XP, the Option control displayed with a black background color when it was a child of a Frame control with styles 0, 1, 2 and 3;
    2. In Windows 7, the Check control displayed with a black background color when it was a child of a Frame control with styles 1, 2 and 3.

  4. Bug Fix [APLGUI]:
    In APL+Win 13.1, the style 6 Frame control didn't display a white colored background with "[Config]CTL3D=0" in the APLW.INI file.

Note: workspaces saved in v13.1 and newer will not load in prior versions of APL+Win

Please send any questions or comments to support@apl2000.com.