Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the endian conversion code.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the OS X terminal support library and an incorrect example in the documentation.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few minor bugs, brings stability enhancements and improved portability to the virtual machine, and adds a few new features that make the system easier to customize and work with. The documentation has been rewritten and is fully up to date with the latest changes.
Release Notes: A complete rewrite, this release fixes a number of design flaws, brings significant simplifications and cleanups to the language implementation, and supports a much larger array of platforms.
Release Notes: This release adds proper file I/O words and memory management. It also unifies the port-specific codebases into a single codebase that works without change on both Linux and the major BSD systems.
Release Notes: This release fixes a significant bug in the syscall functionality for the FreeBSD and NetBSD ports that was causing them to dump core on startup.
Release Notes: This release adds a loadable compatibility layer allowing most programs supporting the ANSI FORTH standard to be run without change, support for writing scripts, and alters the file loading model to properly handle nested includes.
Release Notes: This fixes a bug in the tail call elimination code which was causing obscure problems to occur.
Release Notes: This release adds support for using the docstring field of the dictionary to the core system.
Release Notes: This release is primarily a minor cleanup of the source code. Line widths have been reduced, some functions were refactored, and the documentation was updated to reflect the current state. In addition, the cleanups allowed for the addition of custom prefixes without recompiling.