January, 2003

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Jan. 31, 2003

KoolB Linux release! This is the first beta release of KoolB for Linux. With the same functionality as the Windows version, you should feel right at home. The only real difference is that some of the libraries are lacking a little. However, since neither the Linux nor the Windows versions of the libraries are complete yet, I think this is acceptable.

Interested? Download it! I need lots of beta-testers to iron out its many bugs. I also need people who want to create libraries and so forth for KoolB.

Jan. 22, 2003

First Beta Release of KoolB! This is the first beta release of KoolB! With support for external functions and directives, you can now start creating real life programs, not just example programs. There are an abundance of new features:

  • External functions (WinAPI, custom DLLs, etc)
  • Directives ($AppType, $Optimize, $Compress, $Include, $Asm, $Const, $Define, $IfDef, $IfNDef)
  • You can write DLLs in KoolB now!
  • $Asm directive to write inline assembly language
  • Optimization to remove unused functions
  • Ability to $Include files
  • Automatic compression of your program or DLL
  • hInstance and CommandLine$ pre-set variables
  • Some incomplete libraries
  • Some more precise compile time
  • Many bug fixes

Limitations in the KoolB: too many to list!

Interested? Download it! I need lots of beta-testers to iron out its many bugs. I also need people who want to create libraries and so forth for KoolB.