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Announcing Jess 7.0b7

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We're pleased to announce the availability of version 7.0b7 of Jess,
the Rule Engine for the Java Platform. This will be the last beta
version, to be followed by a final release candidate. You can download a free trial version here:


The JessML XML rule language and its associated tools have been
extended in this version: JessML is now a hybrid
imperative/declarative language, such that you can not only write
rules, but also procedural code. Most files of Jess language code can
be translated directly into JessML and will execute the same way.

Jess 7.0b7 features improved Content Assist in the JessDE editor and
fixes some lingering issues with the "accumulate" CE.
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