Release Notes: Relatively major changes have been made to the library. The build system (i.e. Makefiles) was reworked, and the package now (hopefully) builds natively under Windows. This release is also notable as the first one made using git instead of CVS.
Release Notes: Some minor changes to the code and a major change in the attribution style.
Release Notes: Some nasty bugs were fixed. For example, NILL now has a working TRACE feature again, ILS and ILL translate single chars to chars instead of strings of one char, and all the samples under the samples/ directory now compile. The Refal part was reworked, so the release contains the new version. Some minor renamings were done. For example, the ugly word "changeable" was replaced with the correct word "mutable". This can potentially affect the existing code, but the probability of this is very low.
Release Notes: The version includes a reworked implementation of the Refal computation model. This implementation seems to be notably faster than the previously existing one.
Release Notes: Only minor internal changes were made, related to the SExpressionSpecialToken and its usage. Ignore this release if you don't know what all this is about (assuming you've got version 0.6.17, because all the past releases contain really nasty bugs).
Release Notes: This release contains fixes for serious bugs found in 0.6.15.
Release Notes: Only some internal architecture changes are included into it in order to make it possible to have atomic tokens that evaluate in their own manner (that is, the concept of a symbol is generalized). This version can be ignored if you doubt whether this is useful to you.
Release Notes: The most notable change (although user-invisible) is that there's now the $intelib/genlisp/library directory that contains the library functions that are common for Lisp and Scheme. A lot of copy and pasted code is eliminated. Several bugs are fixed. Please be warned that the function SUBSTRING now interprets its arguments as start/end instead of index/length, to comply with r5rs.
Release Notes: This release includes the following changes. First of all, another two classes were renamed to conform to the rules: former LPackage and SchPackage are now LPackageRef and SchPackageRef so that it is clear they are just smart pointers and not master pointers. The second change is that the method Apply() is added to both LReference and SchReference classes. The last change is a minor fix that lets InteLib build on 64-bit platforms.
Release Notes: All classes of the library are now documented with Doxygen-style comments. SStream, LContext, and SchContext were renamed to SStreamRef, LContextRef, and SchContextRef, respectively, which might require certain changes within your code.