Release Notes: This is a bugfix release which is very close to the upcoming stable release 2.1. Bugs have been fixed, especially in the graphical user interface (which now works under Cygwin) and in the FTP and HTTP clients. A port to Mingw32 was started, and is included, even if it is still incomplete.
Release Notes: This release improves the stability of JIT-compiled code. The graphical user interface's support for syntax highlighting and for shortcut keys has been improved. A few bugs have been fixed in dynamic loading and in the fallback code that is used if GMP support is disabled.
Release Notes: A fix for a rare garbage collection bug and an update of the snprintfv library.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that caused the virtual machine to crash on NetBSD, and a few bugs in floating point printing.
Release Notes: This release improves portability to non-Intel or non-Linux systems.
Release Notes: This release upgrades to the latest Autoconf and Automake, and was ported to Darwin and to the SPARC. It also includes a few enhancements to the GUI.
Release Notes: This bugfix release fixes problems with name resolution in the TCP package, and dumping to anything but a file in ObjectDumper. It also tries to improve portability.
Release Notes: This release removes two usages of a C99 extension that crept into the sources by mistake and prevented compilation with gcc 2.95.x and earlier.
Release Notes: This release fixes a syntax error in the JIT compiler, and does not require the directory from which the system state is loaded to be world-writable.
Release Notes: This release has some bugfixes, including a workaround for an I/O misfeature in the Linux kernel. The build system was upgraded to the latest versions of autoconf and automake. The GNU implementation of MD5 was adopted.