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      EEL Programming Changes in Epsilon 11
         New EEL Primitives and Subroutines in Epsilon 11
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      New Features in Epsilon 10
         Documentation Enhancements in Epsilon 10
         More Platforms in Epsilon 10
         Perl Support in Epsilon 10
         More Use of Syntax Coloring in Epsilon 10
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      Enhanced Features in Epsilon 10
         Dired Enhancements in Epsilon 10
         Searching & Navigation in Epsilon 10
         Grep and Multifile Searching in Epsilon 10
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More Platforms in Epsilon 10

Epsilon now includes versions for Linux and for FreeBSD. We refer to these two separate versions collectively as the "Unix" version. They can run graphically using X, or they can run as a curses-style text program, depending on the environment they find themselves in.

We also added a Win32 console mode executable to complement the 32 bit graphical Windows executable.

In addition, Epsilon includes a 16-bit executable for Windows 3.1, a 16-bit console version for OS/2, and a DOS version as well.

You get all of these on your Epsilon CD-ROM. See Getting Started for instructions on how to install the various versions.



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