(this is the Rexx logo from the cover of TRL)
Welcome to my Rexx page.
If you are here because you are curious about Rexx and want to know
something about it, please visit my page of introductory
information about Rexx. More in-depth documentation
and of course an interpreter which you can run on a Unix system
can be found within REXX/imc below.
Otherwise, you might like to peruse some of the following links.
Other applications |
News about REXX/imc, online documentation and of course the REXX/imc
package itself are available from the REXX/imc
- Finally, the RPM files for THE and XCurses have been updated to
versions 3.1 and 2.5 respectively on the Rexx/imc
- Rexx/imc 1.76 fixes one or two more bugs
that weren't fixed in 1.75. RPMs for Red Hat 5, 6 and 7 and
binary packages for Solaris have been compiled.
- Regina - another
Rexx interpreter for Unix and several other operating systems including
Windows 95/98/NT, originally by Anders Christensen but now being
maintained by Mark Hessling.
- IBM Object Rexx
- currently available free for Linux and AIX (beta); also available for
- THE - a REXX-aware
editor by Mark Hessling, modelled after IBM XEDIT and Mansfield KEDIT.
Linux RPMs for THE built with REXX/imc are available from the REXX/imc
page (see above).
- The Rexx/Tk
cross-platform GUI toolkit by the late
Roger O'Connor, now
being maintained by Mark Hessling.
- Patrick McPhee's RegUtil -
an emulation of OS/2's REXXUTIL functions for Regina under NT and Unix. This
is work in progress but already has some useful functionality. It works with
REXX/imc also (and as of version 1.0.5 you no longer need to quote the
functions in lower case in order to use them).
Last updated September 2002; and before that, November 2000