Release Notes: This release contains a lot of bugfixes and improvements for the debugger, the hint system, and the project explorer.
Release Notes: This release contains a workaround for a bug in clisp which would cause a crash of the clisp process in some cases, a lot of bugfixes for working with cloned windows, and some improvements about stopping the IDE. All clisp users of Jabberwocky are advised to install this release and read the changelog.
Release Notes: This release of Jabberwocky contains a major redesign of the icons, the possibility to change the Java look and feel, a bugfix for watching class or struct values, a solution for a keyboard focus for the linux version, and a fix for the macro explorer (Win32 version).
Release Notes: This release contains some import bugfixes for the Win32 port, shortcuts for the top level menus, the ability to change the current directory for a lisp process, and some new icons for the buttons.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the HyperSpec from Harlequine and Xanalysis, fixes some minor configuration bugs, corrects some errors in search/replace, and fixes a cursor bug when editor buffers are cloned.
Release Notes: This release contains some minor bugfixes (mostly related to the Windows port), a lot of extra buttons for the edit mode, and support for the Common Lisp Hyperspec.
Release Notes: This beta release contains some improvements for the menus, profiling, hinting, and focus management.
Release Notes: This is the first beta release.
Release Notes: This version contains a lot of bugfixes (too many to sum up here) as a preparation for the upcoming beta release.
Release Notes: This is the first release of Jabberwocky which runs on Windows NT(XP) in addition to Linux. The Jabberwocky distribution contains the classical source package and binary packages for Linux and Windos NT(XP). A buffer problem that sometimes caused a hang of the install program has been solved, a problem occuring when Jabberwocky is closed for the first time has been fixed, and the CLISP interaction buffer does not clog the CPU anymore.