This release adds support for QM on IBM z-Series systems running Suse Linux.
The command language IF statement used in a paragraph now supports the IN and NOT.IN opertors to test whether an item is in or not in a list of alternative values. Use of this operator can simplify handling of processing differences based on the @TTY variable.
The query processor now supports the MEDIAN, MODE and RANGE field qualifiers for additional statistical data.
The X breakpoint control option can be used to capture the previous value of a breakpoint field in @BPV. See the documentation of the BREAK.SUP keyword for an example of how to use this option.
The QMBasic OSPATH() function allows a variety of operations within the underlying file system.
As an aid to compiler error checking, QMBasic now supports $MODE EXPLICIT to require all variables, including scalars, to be declared in a DIMENSION statement.
A new configuration parameter, NETWAIT, can be used to set a timeout applied when opening a QMNet connection. The default value is 10 seconds.