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.
Release Notes: A few bugfixes were merged in from the development branch.
Release Notes: Improved speed in SortedCollections, and rationaling where the package catalog is sought.
Release Notes: This release merges a few bug fixes from the development branch, and compiles under Cygwin.
Release Notes: A bug in I/O that prevented GNU Smalltalk from piping its output into a program or getting its input from a pipe has been fixed. The program now should compile under Cygwin.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few bugs introduced by the recent rewrite of the I/O subsystem.
Release Notes: This release freezes the virtual machine and kernel components in view of the upcoming 2.0 release. The i18n, regular expression, and file handling subsystems have been rewritten for improved portability, flexibility, and speed.
Release Notes: This release includes the capability for HTML documentation to be built (custom version of texti2html), and a new priority for integration with the garbage collector within the just-in-time compiler to native code.
Release Notes: This release features major bugfixes to the exception handling system and the browser, support for libtool, and some other new interesting stuff.
Release Notes: This version is likely to remain stable for quite a long time; it fixes a few bugs and has a stable memory manager implementation.