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  •  25 Jul 2006 07:00
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    Release Notes: This release adds a redesigned editor that allows for viewing both code and comment blocks at the same time. It also provides a new prefix character to allow more readability when working with compiler macros.

    •  23 Jul 2006 06:15
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      Release Notes: This release adds nestable, anonymous definitions, expands the number of conditional forms, and also adds some prefixes for accessing variables in a more concise manner. The FFI has been improved, allowing importing and invoking of functions taking a variable number of arguments. Finally, a significant reorganization of the source tree has taken place, removing redundant bits of code and allowing more code sharing between the ports.

      •  29 Apr 2006 20:56
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        Release Notes: This is a bugfix release that corrects several problems when loading and saving files on various operating systems.

        •  28 Apr 2006 06:34
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          Release Notes: This release cleans up the implementation of vocabularies, vectors, and the block editor. It adds additional support for selecting files to load and save, an integrated help system, and an easier way to define callbacks. In addition, the number of supported operating systems is now six, with the addition of support for NetBSD and OpenBSD.

          •  26 Feb 2006 02:41
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            Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that caused the Windows version to crash when saving a blockfile.

            •  12 Feb 2006 08:46
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              Release Notes: This version fixes a bug in the implemenation of "clear" (console) for the Windows port. It also cuts out a few old and unused files from the source tree for the FreeBSD port.

              •  05 Feb 2006 07:27
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                Release Notes: This release brings a significantly revamped core, which is now completely independent of OS-specific code. It now fully takes advantage of word classes, and adds several new ones not present before. Other new features include vocabularies, improved handling of flags, and support for callbacks. The hosted ports all support command line parameters, which now makes CGI and scripting possible. The native port has been almost completely rewritten and is far more stable than before. Finally, the documentation has been rewritten and is now a solid reference to the language.

                •  12 Nov 2005 18:30
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                  Release Notes: This release fixes a minor bug in the compiler which caused incorrect code to be generated if an empty definition was encountered. It also adds a new conditional word (;then) and changes the < ... > sequence to { ... } to aid in readability.

                  •  08 Nov 2005 22:55
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                    Release Notes: This build fixes a minor function name conflict in the Windows and Generic+FFI ports.

                    •  28 Oct 2005 06:32
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                      Release Notes: This release adds an "import" function to the block subsystem, allowing a single program to easily load files from the library. It also adds a floppy driver to the native port.

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