Release Notes: This is a major version whose main highlights are: new compiler optimizations, new language features, and new library facilities.
Release Notes: A new API and new implementation multi-threading.
Release Notes: Closure unboxing optimization, new timed I/Os, and API optimizations (ALSA, FLAC, and mpg123).
Release Notes: This release adds modifications to the object system (language design and implementation), new APIs (alsa, flac, mpg123, avahi, csv parsing), new library functions (UDP support), new regular expression support, and a new garbage collector. The .NET platform is no longer supported.
Release Notes: Enhanced compile-time type analysis, new compile-time optimisations, a new interpreter, and new multimedia libraries.
Release Notes: This is a major version whose main highlights are new compile-time type analysis, enhanced error tracing, an operational Android port, and a new telephony API.
Release Notes: This is a major version. It improves portability on Arm/Android in particular by supporting native multi-threaded applications. This version also supports new APIs and fixes many glitches of version 3.4a.
Release Notes: This release improves portability by supporting two extra platforms, Arm/Android and OSGi bundles. It supports new APIs and fixes many glitches in 3.3a. It has been successfully installed on: x86/32, Linux 2.6, Arch Linux; x86/64, Linux 2.6, Fedora; Arm v6/v7, Linux, Maemo4/Maemo5, Android; PowerPC G3, Linux, Debian; x86/32, Windows SP2, MinGW; x86/32, Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard; and x86/64, Mac OS X 10.6 SnowLeopard.
Release Notes: This version uses a new configuration stage and a new compilation framework that enable cross-compilation.
Release Notes: This version mostly fixes many bugs in the library functions and improves the Mac OS X port.