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Announcing PCRE 8.33 for native z/OS

 
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 25, 2013 12:39 pm    Post subject: Announcing PCRE 8.33 for native z/OS
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Announcing the first revision of PCRE 8.33 for native z/OS revision v0.1
The package includes source code in ASCII and EBCDIC ready libraries in XMIT format and is available on www.zaconsultants.net and soon on the mirror sites.
There are some issues with PL/I that I hope to resolve soon.
There is no API for Rexx as we need experts in Rexx and its interface to accomplish that.

Ze'ev Atlas


(FYI: PCRE: Open Source "Perl Compatible Regular Expressions")
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