Last week I released the final beta, so I thought, of xplain2qsl. But today I did a lot of work on certain constructs with Boolean that didn't work with Microsoft SQL Server. The problem is that Microsoft SQL Server doesn't have a Boolean data type. And assigning the result of a Boolean expression to a value didn't work. Took me more time than I expected to fix it. So perhaps I should do another release candidate. But as I don't get much feedback, I might as well skip it. Anyway, have to run all the tests again, as I had to touch a lot ofcode.
And problems with my XRTDS tool. Get a segment violation on a realloc. Somehow memory is being overwritten. A pure Eiffel world would be preferrable, but interfacing with CLI and your OS is a necessity unfortunately. Perhaps built-in checks in my STDC_BUFFER to see when memory is overwritten? I suspect it happens in ecli, but let's not point fingers before I've figured it out. And I have to give a demo tomorrow, so that means figuring it out before then, oops.