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What's new in MEGS_Log 3.3

Features introduced with MEGS_Log 3.3 include:

See the release notes for each specific build for more information.

MEGS_Log 3.3 can be installed alongside MEGS_Log 3.0, 3.1 and 3.2 and will share the same user customised configuration file and registry keys (changes to configuration made in one version will be reflected in the other).

What's new in MEGS_Log 3.2

MEGS_Log 3.2 introduces support for the editing of Prolog version 4.0 and 4.1 files, referred to collectively in this help as Prolog 4.x files.

There are some restrictions associated with this support, in that you cannot convert from other file types to a Prolog 4.x file or create a Prolog 4.x file from scratch.

You can also import schemas from Prolog 4.x files into MEGS_Log.

What's new in MEGS_Log 3.1

MEGS_Log 3.1 offers the following functionality over MEGS_Log 3.0: