C# Eval
Details of plans for upcoming versions as well as current known issues and other news

Version 1.2 is released! (Posted 10/11/2013)
A new minor release of C# Eval is out! Version 1.2 is immediately available on the Downloads page. For this release, we resolved an issue with unicode characters in the given C# expression string. These are now fully supported. Additionally we allow the use of the [] operator on any object that implements the IDictionary type (e.g. built-in types such as Dictionary and Hashtable).
Version 1.1 is released! (Posted 1/1/2012)
A new minor release of C# Eval is out! Version 1.1 is immediately available on the Downloads page. For this release, we focused on implementing conditional and bitwise operators, as well as properly handling conditional and bitwise overloaded methods. Method resolution was redone to be more in line with the C# standards for method resolution.
Version 1.0 is released! (Posted 6/9/2011)
We are excited to announce the release of a new project, C# Eval. Version 1.0 is being released with this announcement, and it is available on the Downloads page. This is a brand new project, designed to parse and evaluate C# expressions at runtime using the environment. Once downloaded, the C# Eval DLL can be referenced from any .NET project, however, expressions must use standard C# syntax. Additional information is available on the How To page.