Release Notes: Variadic functions and positional argument access have been introduced. The license is now GPLv3.
Release Notes: The previously-introduced garbage collector is now described. A bug related to garbage collection has been fixed.
Release Notes: An alternative memory management policy is now demonstrated. Unlike the original immediate disposal policy which frees objects as soon as they are no longer reachable, the new garbage collection policy delays objects disposal, and when it finally frees them, it does it in a consolidated fashion.
Release Notes: A couple of reference chasing recursive algorithms are replaced by non-recursive ones.
Release Notes: Split string constants are now supported. The standalone aime interpreter features experimental C source preprocessing.
Release Notes: This release fixes bugs in the process library I/O and in formatting function types when error reporting. The associative array library has been expanded again.
Release Notes: A bug corrupting function returns was fixed. A bug in the r_less function was fixed. A bug with the newly introduced executive assembler was fixed. The bug was causing the applications to crash when destroying objects referenced only by function arguments. The associative array library available for the interpreted programs has been expanded.
Release Notes: The date and associate array libraries have been extended. Several bugs around references processing and procedural programs parsing have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes several bugs related to functions returning non-scalar types.
Release Notes: A disabling bug in the previous release was fixed. The bug was pertaining the newly introduced executive assembler interface and was causing applications to crash.