Release Notes: MLton is now released under the BSD license, not the GPL. There is substantially improved documentation based on the MLton wiki. x86/MinGW and HPPA/Linux are supported. There are improvements to the FFI, ML Basis annotations, and new libraries: the ckit and SML/NJ library.
Release Notes: This release includes support for new platforms (FreeBSD 5.x, OpenBSD, and Mac OS X), dynamic libraries, and Concurrent ML. There is also the new ML Basis system, supporting programming in the very large and separate delivery of library sources. Finally, there is a new bytecode generator, new integer and word structures for all sizes from 2 to 32 bits, and many data representation improvements.
Release Notes: This release includes a new front end, which follows the SML definition and produces readable error messages. It now supports NetBSD, and includes Int64, Real32, and Word64 data structures. It includes major improvements to -show-basis, which now displays readably, and also adds new switches.
Release Notes: This release fixes several problems with the 20030711 release. If you downloaded that release, please upgrade.
Release Notes: MLton now runs on Sparc/SunOS. The standard basis library implementation is complete. There is now support for calling SML from C. There are new libraries for weak pointers and finalization. The source-level profiling call graphs have been improved.
Release Notes: Improvements include support for source-level profiling of both time and allocation, an updated basis library matching the 2002 specification, and new basis library modules for sockets and networking.
Release Notes: This release runs on FreeBSD. There are significant garbage collector improvements. The garbage collector now uses mark-compact and generational collection in addition to the copying collection that was there before.
Release Notes: Support for Cygwin/Windows, significant performance improvements in generated code, and support for large heaps and arrays.
Release Notes: This release includes a native X86 code generator (instead of using gcc), which leads to significantly improved compile times and run times for generated executables. The release also includes many bugfixes, including correct raising of the Overflow exception for integer arithmetic. Finally, there are several new modules in the MLton structure.
Release Notes: Initial freshmeat announcement