Euphoria Standard Library

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The Euphoria Standard Library (ESL) is a project to design and implement an open source library for the Euphoria programming language that will add many of the common, general-purpose features that the Euphoria programming community has requested over the years. It is meant as a supplement to the include files distributed with the official release of the Euphoria interpreter created by RDS.


Date: November 28, 2005 Posted by: D. Newhall

Added the new Other Useful Libraries page and changed the status of the documentation and general guidelines since we've agreed upon them. Remember any issues with anything proposed thusfar as well as any suggestions should be sent to the mailing list.

Date: October 9, 2005 Posted by: D. Newhall

Well, it turns out that all the proposed module pages weren't copied over last time I updated so I've uploaded them again. These should list everything that was missed last time (I did another quick scan of the mailing list and think I got all of the ones that I missed last time). I also added a few new routine and file proposals.

Another issue has been the sharp drop in interest that's occurred recently. Hopefully, we'll be able to get by this and get around to implementing some files because this project is something that the Euphoria community could definitely benefit from.

Date: September 1, 2005 Posted by: D. Newhall

Finally got around to updating the site. It now has a slightly new layout and now all the information should be up to date or will be shortly. Not all of the changed pages have been uploaded yet so check back periodically. If you have any questions, comments, notice any mistakes, inaccuracies, or ommisions, or have some additions to the site email me.

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