ZPE 1.6.5 was a big update with lots of new features and bug fixes. The next version will bring even more interesting concepts to the my programming environment.
My favourite is the new Python style syntax. ZPE introduced way back in version 1.3.x the curly brace notation found in Java, C#, C and many more languages to allow function declarations to be created in a short hand way that follows the C style of doing this. Well, version 1.6.6 will now begin the introduction of Python colons to represent functions. I intend only to bring it to functions at present. I very much doubt this will be in version 1.6.6, but I'm looking to have it in version 1.7.x. But will the Python inspired syntax therefore encourage indentation? Probably not.
I'm also working on a ZPE to Python transpiler - this is because although it may not seem like it, Python has quite a similar syntax to ZPE (both languages share a bunch of syntaxes).
I will also be looking into a major restructure of the LAMP parser and looking to moving from it to a new parser I call Exparse which will parse all expressions regardless of being logical or mathematical.