Release Notes: Highlights of this release include Unicode support, fixes for bugs in the command line debugger, a general code clean up, and updated class libraries and documentation.
Release Notes: This release focused on bugfixes and performance. In addition, enhancements were made to the class libraries. This is a recommended upgrade. Highlights include full support for interfaces, fixes for a bug in the String class related to the copying of byte buffers (this had cascading impacts), resolution of an outstanding issue involving inheritance and virtual methods, a sped-up dynamic binding process, support for cookies in the HttpClient class, and fixes for numerous bugs in the commandline debugger.
Release Notes: The focus of this release is increased stability and improved performance. The language has grown up a lot over the past 9 months. Since version 1.0, the following features and enhancements have been made: thread support, XML support, introspection, richer class libraries, full 64-bit support (for OS X and Linux), native API support, and numerous bugfixes. This release includes aggressive code generation optimizations, bugfixes, and updated code examples.
Release Notes: This release adds initial support for XML parsing and XPath like queries. There's also one major and one minor bug fix included in this release.
Release Notes: This release completes the core feature set by adding support for first-class functions. It also enhanced the existing class libraries, fixed bugs, and tuned performance.