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New in Epsilon 11

Epsilon 11 was released on January 11 2002. This page describes its new features. You can also see the features we added in older versions, or in Epsilon 12 Epsilon 13, or Epsilon 14. And here's how to order your update.

Epsilon 11 includes these operating system versions:

All versions share most customization files.

New Features

Some features are only available under certain operating system versions of Epsilon. WIN indicates a feature is available in both the 16-bit and 32-bit Windows versions of Epsilon. WIN32 indicates a feature is only available under 32-bit versions of Windows. UNIX indicates a feature is only available under Linux or Unix.

Highlights of Epsilon 11

More Programming Enhancements in Epsilon 11

File Enhancements in Epsilon 11

Internet-related Enhancements in Epsilon 11 WIN32 UNIX

Concurrent Process Enhancements in Epsilon 11

Unix-specific Enhancements in Epsilon 11 UNIX

Windows-specific Enhancements in Epsilon 11 WIN

More New Features in Epsilon 11

Epsilon 11 also includes new customization options, improvements for extending Epsilon using its EEL language, and a variety of new and changed EEL functions. There are also many other minor improvements throughout the editor. Place your update order now.

Last Updated: 20 October 2020