Release Notes: Backward-incompatible changes in recipe syntax to ease product development, use of PyRO for remote communication, refactoring the interpreter, and much more.
Release Notes: Python 2.1 is now used instead of Python 1.5.2. The Horn graphical interface was refactored for speed and ease of use. Speed optimizations were made in the interpreter. A setup.py script is now provided for easy installation. Windows support was improved.
Release Notes: Bugfixes and speed improvements.
Release Notes: The setup.py script was fixed. A couple of bugs in the graphical interface were fixed.
Release Notes: Dropping Python 1.5.2 support in favor of Python 2.1, and a complete GUI rewrite.
Release Notes: Bugfixes in the interpreter and the documentation, and some improvements in the graphical interface.
Release Notes: The engine is now faster and more stable. Lots of improvement was made in the GUI.
Release Notes: Better Windows support, bugfixes, new command line remote interface, and updated documentation.
Release Notes: This release includes bugfixes in Narval and Horn, SOAP-based RPC for client/server communication between Horn and Narval, and support for hot connect and disconnect to and from a running instance of Narval.
Release Notes: Win32 support was improved. Bugfixes were made in Horn and Narval. New features were added to Horn for the remote control of Narval.