POOL for Windows Desktop
Integrated environment for development and running POOL programs under Windows.
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POOL Command Line
Simplified, 'graphical' command line for systems with Framework .NET (e.g. Mono for Linux and Mac OS X).
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  • Reactivation - as time allows. :)
  • Fixed grid lines rendering.
  • Moved to Framework.NET 4.8.

  • Domain and servers changed. All programs up and running.

  • readnumpy - read array from numpy file

  • "Plot" turtles (for data collections visualization) and "objects" (light, without graphical representation).
  • Vector icons for turtles and data point on plots.
  • Read filses from the URL locations.
  • New instructions:
    • (a)newplot, (a)newobject - plot and object constructors
    • apply - apply instruction list to items in collection
    • column - select columns in collection
    • contains? - contains word or item?
    • filelis - file names list
    • genarray - create and initialize array with provided instructions
    • histogram - calculate histogram of values in collection
    • max, min - find maximum or minimum value
    • mean - calculate mean value
    • range - create collection of intigers from range
    • readmatrix - read matrix from file
    • row - select rows in collection
    • select - seleccct items in collection
    • stdev - calculate standard deviatio value
    • submatrix - select columns and rows in collection
    • world - name of turtle workspace
  • New configuration parameters in :pool_cfg variable.

  • Multithreaded compiler.
  • Support for the mutual recursion.
  • Improved syntax highlighting.

  • Optimized code for reading / writing function arguments.
  • Fixes in the parser of default expressions for function optional arguments.