GNU Smalltalk is a free implementation of the Smalltalk-80 language.
|Tags||Software Development Compilers Interpreters Libraries|
|Implementation||Smalltalk Assembly C|
Release Notes: This is a minor release, mostly consisting of bugfixes in network-related packages. It also includes improvements to the Emacs smalltalk-mode, fixes for platforms with 113-bit long doubles, and fixes to the C binding mechanism. The parser for the Squeak/Pharo format was updated.
Release Notes: Many bugs were fixed. gst-package supports downloading from HTTPS URLs. You can optionally specify a timeout when waiting on a Semaphore. SCGI support was added in the Swazoo Web server. Virtual machine performance was improved on x86-64. Starting from these release, bundled libraries (libsigsegv, libffi, libltdl) are never preferred over pre-installed libraries.
Release Notes: This release included fixes to gst-remote and the Emacs mode. Generational GC did not work on the SPARC and is now disabled. When compiling a 32-bit version on a 64-bit system, detection of which packages can be installed was improved.
Release Notes: This version includes mostly portability and testsuite improvements. Notable are bugfixes to the graphical interface (VisualGST) and to UDP sockets.
Release Notes: Remote packages can be downloaded for smalltalk.gnu.org hosted projects. A new browser based on GTK+ was added. A callgraph profiler was added. Incremental garbage collection was implemented. Many other changes were made.