Release Notes: Several bugs in the previously-introduced control library have been fixed.
Release Notes: The b_text function is removed. Text formatting functions with string output are added. A bug in the function return optimization is fixed (the bug was optimizing the return away). A bug in the associative array insertion algorithm was fixed. The temporaries allocator has been revised for improved performance. A new library providing for I/O polling and activity scheduling was introduced. A bug in the b_drop function was fixed.
Release Notes: The procedural interpreter is now making use of the entire temporaries allocator definition, and its use needs to be updated accordingly. Libraries are expanded. A bug introduced with the recently-added line/words reader was fixed. An interface allowing passing all function arguments in a function call is added.
Release Notes: Aime libraries are expanded. Silent versions of the error trapping interfaces are introduced. A more powerful line reading, word splitting function is included.
Release Notes: A bug in the previously introduced function referral mechanism has been fixed. Two severe bugs in reference management have been fixed. A couple of minor C interface changes were made for greater uniformity. Aime libraries are extended.
Release Notes: A symbolic type for the "object" type is introduced. A couple of bugs are fixed. Internally, the aime coded functions are now referable objects.
Release Notes: This release sees minor extensions to the aime libraries and minor C application programming interface changes.
Release Notes: The global context pointer is removed. The associative array library is expanded. A memory leak in the same library is fixed.
Release Notes: An aime language manual is added. The GPL version is fixed; it is now 3 for all source files. The list and byte array libraries are expanded. Right to left associativity is fixed for all assignment operators. Several uninitialized variable bugs are fixed.
Release Notes: The file library has been extended. The byte arrays may now function as in memory files.