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PSPRINT (Enhanced PostScript print driver) v30.905 released

eComStationNews.com - Sun, 20150125 - 09:18 -0600

PSPRINT.DRV version 30.905 (preview release 5) has been released.


PSPRINT.DRV is an experimental new version of the OS/2 PostScript printer driver. Besides a number of tweaks and fixes compared to the IBM driver, PSPRINT also introduces support for TrueType font embedding.
PSPRINT includes all fixes and updates from the ECUPS driver, plus a few additional fixes of its own. New in this release:

* Printers which use ColorModel for defining the colour mode should now
correctly print in colour from applications like Apache OpenOffice. * The default URL page of driver properties no longer points to a defunct
IBM site. (This change does not affect existing printer objects, only
newly-created ones.)
* Various even more minor tweaks.

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Categories: eComStation - OS/2

Iron Spring PL/I beta version 0.9.7 released

eComStationNews.com - Fri, 20150123 - 07:46 -0600

22 Jan, 2015:

PL/I beta version 0.9.7 released.
This version adds the builtins REVERSE, AFTER, BEFORE, TRIM, LTRIM, RTRIM, and SEARCH. It also adds the ability to do array assignments of adjustable arrays, and optimizes assignments of arrays with matching attributes to a block move.

Categories: eComStation - OS/2

BayWarp meeting Tuesday, January 27

eComStationNews.com - Wed, 20150121 - 18:43 -0600

BayWarp meeting announcement

Date: Tuesday, January 27
Time: 6:00 - 9:00 PM
Place: Panera Bread
501 E Hamilton Ave
Campbell, CA 95008

Panera Bread has plenty of room, it's quiet and they have WiFi. There is a
light rail station near the meeting location.

Meeting topics:
OpenOffice 4.11
eCS and OS/2 tips and tricks
OS/2 Q and A for any user questions.

Come join us in our monthly meeting. We are OS/2 and eComStation users, and we
meet every month to discuss ideas about our favorite operating system.

Meeting announcements and more are available on the BayWarp website.
-- Neil Waldhauer, neil@blondeguy.com

There is nothing better than hyperbole.

Categories: eComStation - OS/2
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