Release Notes: Nested quasiquotes now expand with Common Lisp semantics. Readline behaviour was cleaned up. Memory leaks and stability were fixed. A faster GC algorithm is used. Large file support is available on 32-bit systems with bignum support. Regular expressions are now built into the language. The load function now honours load-path*. The ability to run Arc code in a shebang-prefixed script was added.
Release Notes: This is just a bugfix release, but a significant one, as it fixes all of the bugs which prevented Arcueid from running Paul Graham's news.arc.
Release Notes: This version is a near-complete rewrite that incorporates many changes. The garbage collection algorithm has been changed. Performance improvements were achieved by keeping stack copying to a minimum. There is also a new foreign function interface and Readline history.
Release Notes: This release provides some 32-bit compatibility fixes (although 32-bit support is still somewhat broken), other minor bugfixes, and support for Arc's atstrings. News.arc is now correctly rendered.
Release Notes: This release adds a big bag of pages memory allocator, many bugfixes involving optional arguments and special syntax, as well as missing built-in functions. This can actually be used to run news.arc, though it is still unstable.
Release Notes: This release adds more garbage collection bugfixes, an initial shot at tail recursion optimization, and Arc libraries supporting Web development and News.arc. This is the first release of Arcueid which is able to serve Web content and can actually run the Arc Challenge code.