Doors CS 6.7 beta introduces many bug fixes and features to Doors CS, most notably the addition of the DCS BASIC libraries, also known as the DCSB Libs. These allow TI-BASIC programmers to take advantage of most of the Doors CS GUI subsystem features that ASM programmers have been using since Doors CS 6.0. They also offer functions that can be used for facilitating games and other programs, when combined with the XLib, Celtic, and PicArc compatibility libraries that Doors CS packs in. With Doors CS, you can take advantage of the widest variety of libraries available in any current shell or library package.
Documentation on the new functions has not been fleshed out yet, although the Doors CS wiki has a page about the DCSB Libs to accompany the Third-Party BASIC Libraries page on the XLib, Celtic III, and PicArc functions included. Further details of the DCSB Libs can be found in the first post of this topic, and the information on the wiki will be updated this weekend.
As always, please try it out, report any bugs or feature suggestions, and enjoy! Don't forget to see how the DCSB Libs could be used to enhance your Cemetech Contest #7 entry. As of this second, there are precisely 60 days until the final deadline for the release of Doors CS 7.0! The demos listed below demonstrate some of the features and sample usage of the DCSB Libs.