Release Notes: This is a platform update release that incorporates the full support of the SuperH processor as well as the GNU Hurd platform. The core engine has been updated with UNICODE 6.0.0, and specific development has been done in the math module and physics service.
Release Notes: This is a major rewrite of the multi-threaded core interpreter with numerous extensions. The system is now designed to handle a large block of threads with advanced pool allocators. The memory management has been cleaned up in preparation for a new engine. The telecom module has been added and the mathemical module has been considerably extended with support for linear algebra. The concept of interpreter communication is now deployed, thus enabling remote form execution. Finally, the documentation has been substantially rewritten.
Release Notes: This release incorporates a major rewrite of the stream system with an immediate application to the the security library. The Des stream cipher has also been added to the security library.
Release Notes: This is a major release that incorporates numerous new features in the field of cryptography.
Release Notes: This release is a base platform for further extension of the AFNIX engine. In particular, the collector engine has been rewritten and the object memory management has been cleaned. The Mac OS X Leopard platform is also supported in this release.
Release Notes: This release incorporates a major restructuring to support the latest Unicode 5.0 standard. The object model has been enhanced with an instance inference (aka virtual constructor) mechanism. The standard library has new objects like the property list. A new XML module with a full 1.0 and 1.1 parser is now natively incorporated. A new concept of service module is also being deployed starting with the "Web application management service module" built on top of the xml module. This service module makes the www module obsolete.
Release Notes: This release adds support for MacOS X Tiger with a universal binary and Fedora Core 5 for the X86/64 platform. The core language has been extended to support the basic multi-language plane 0. Numerous classes have been updated, and two new modules have been added to the core system.
Release Notes: The core engine has been substantially modified to integrate the support for Unicode characters. The object model now supports the creation of orphan instances with an instance reparenting execution model. The Address class in the network module has been updated to reflect the access to address aliases.
Release Notes: Large file support. A secure hash algorithm and standard symmetric cipher. The ODC library has been renamed. XHTML 1.1 support. XML-based documentation.