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      EEL Programming Changes in Epsilon 13
         Improvements to File-Handling Functions in Epsilon 13
         Display-related Enhancements in Epsilon 13
         More Options for Running Programs in Epsilon 13
      New Features in Epsilon 12
         Unicode Support in Epsilon 12
         Language-Specific Enhancements in Epsilon 12
         More Programming Features in Epsilon 12
         Display Enhancements in Epsilon 12
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      EEL Programming Changes in Epsilon 12
         EEL Changes for Unicode Support in Epsilon 12
         Other EEL Enhancements in Epsilon 12
         New EEL Primitives and Subroutines in Epsilon 12
         Changes to EEL Primitives and Subroutines in Epsilon 12
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Language-Specific Enhancements in Epsilon 12

Epsilon includes new modes for the PHP and VHDL programming languages, as well as Windows/DOS batch files. Many existing modes have been enhanced:
HTML mode
now supports embedded PHP code, and adds an html-find-matching-tag command on the Alt-= key; it jumps to the start tag matching the current end tag and back. Support for all types of embedded scripting has been enhanced in many ways.

C# mode
now recognizes the syntax of verbatim strings, along with other changes.

GAMS mode
has many enhancements, including recognizing various sorts of directives that change commenting rules, and specific syntax highlighting rules for many data-defining keywords.

Asm mode
now handles comment blocks, and specially highlights various directives.

Makefile mode
now understands conditionals that use MKS Make syntax.

Perl mode
now includes a perldoc command for reading Perl documentation, as well as other enhancements. The perldoc command runs an external program named perldoc, similar to Epsilon's man command.

TeX mode
has various enhancements, among them a change to the jump-to-dvi command so it now works with more DVI viewers like xdvi and yap.

Modes for PostScript and Visual Basic have also been enhanced. For Java, the next-error command can now search for source files using the CLASSPATH.



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