Release Notes: This release adds many new features including nested quasi-quotation forms, and-let*, and support for environment specifiers as well as many bugfixes.
Release Notes: The variable storage model was enhanced to correctly store references to objects.
Release Notes: The major change in this release is support for explicit renaming macros. This low-level macro system provides the ability to break macro hygiene, if necessary, and offers a macro system which is similar to "defmacro". In addition, all of the character functions from R5RS have been implemented.
Release Notes: This release allows you to create a hash table using the syntax #hash(alist). Important compiler enhancements are also provided, including hash table support and the ability to include modules at compile time when using load-ffi. There are also minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: The major changes in this release are the addition of the SRFI-1 List Library, and a new LispVal type called Opaque for Haskell integration. Many other bugfixes and enhancements are included as well.
Release Notes: This release improves printing of runtime errors to the console, adds special form expansion to aid macro debugging, allows a list to be enclosed by matching brackets as well as parentheses, and makes several internal improvements.
Release Notes: This release adds full support for GHC 7.2.2 and 7.4.1, as well as a number of small enhancements.
Release Notes: This release adds an experimental compiler, huskc. It streamlines the cabal file so that each source file is only compiled a single time during installation.
Release Notes: The major changes in this release are performance improvements for variable access by using a Map to store variables within an environment, and improved support for comparing instances of functions using the equality operators.
Release Notes: This release continues the trend of quick point releases for the 3.4.x series. The key change is support for GHC 7.2.