Optimizing Oberon-2 Compiler / News: Recent posts

2.1.11 released

This is a small bugfix release. For details, please
refer to the changelog in the file release area.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2006-10-05

oo2c-2.1.10

This is a bugfix release. For details, please
refer to the changelog in the file release area.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2006-01-08

oo2c-2.1.9 released

This is a bugfix release. There is no new functionality.
See the changelog in the file release area for details.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2005-10-07

oo2c-2.1.8 released

This is a bugfix release. There is no new functionality.
See the changelog in the file release area for details.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2005-02-26

oo2c-2.1.7 released

This release synchronizes the distributed tar balls with the CVS.
The most intrusive change is a rework of the module initialization
code. See the change log for details.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2004-12-28

oo2c-2.1.6 released

This is a bugfix and library cleanup release. Optional
support for indentation under Emacs 21 is also included.
For details, please refer to the changelog in the file
release area.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2004-11-24

oo2c-2.1.5 released

Bugfix release. There are no new features. See
the changelog in the file release area for details.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2004-11-02

oo2c-2.1.4 released

Bug fix release. No new features. See change log
in file release area for details.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2004-08-03

oo2c-2.1.3 released

This release fixes a type check bug that can
lead to type inconsistencies between call arguments
and formal paramters of a procedure.
See the change log in the file release area for details.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2004-07-01

oo2c-2.1.2 released

This release fixes some minor bugs in the compiler and
library modules. See the changelog of the file release
for details.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2004-05-31

oo2c-2.1.1 released

This release fixes a build issue with MinGW 3.1,
introduces two experimental variants of the FOR
statement, and includes some minor bug fixes and
cleanups. See the Changelog in the file release
area for details.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2004-05-10

oo2c-2.1 released

See the change log in the file release area for
details.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2004-03-01

oo2c-2.0.18 released

This release improves the interaction between the
run-time system and the garbage collector: atomic
objects, finalization, and weak references. There are
also some fixes for parametric array types. See the
release notes in the file release area for details.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2004-02-05

oo2c-2.0.17 released

This is a bugfix release. There are no new features.
For details, see the Changelog in file release area.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2004-01-02

oo2c-2.0.16 released

This is a maintenance release, mostly fixing bugs
related to error reporting. There are no new
features. For more information, please see the
changelog in the file release area.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2003-12-02

oo2c-2.0.15 released

This release fixes some minor bugs. There are no new
features. For details, please refer to the Changelog in
the file release area.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2003-11-03

oo2c-2.0.14 released

Bugfix release. See the changelog for details.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2003-10-06

oo2c-2.0.13 released

This release fixes a code generation bug, reintroduces
the VTABLE flag, and adds unchecked exceptions.
See the changelog for details.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2003-09-30

oo2c-2.0.12 released

This is primarily a bug fix release, including
a few updates and extensions as well. See
the change log in the file release are for the
details.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2003-09-03

oo2c-2.0.11 released

This release introduces support for POSIX threads.
See the release notes and the change log for details.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2003-08-01

oo2c-2.0.10

New in this release: Several small bug fixes
in the compiler. Update of the libraries to
incorporate the string types from module
`Object' into ADT:*, IO:*, OS:*, URI:*, and
(partially) XML:* modules. The internal
encoding of Unicode strings has been switched
to UTF-16. Support for the MacOS X and Win32
platforms has been improved.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2003-07-07

oo2c-2.0.9 released

The major new feature of this release is initial support
for parametric types. The semantics are loosely based
in the Generic Java specification. The definition of the
language extension can be found at http://cvs.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/\*checkout*/ooc/ooc2/tests/doc/testcases_generics.txt?rev=HEAD&content-type=text/plain

The compiler now understands the `--uses' command,
similar to the command of the same name from the v1
oocn tool. Integration with Cygwin/Mingw32 has been
improved.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2003-05-12

oo2c-2.0.8 released

For the most part, this release fixes some
issues that crept in with the changes to config
file handling in 2.0.7. On the code generation
side, the compiler knows more about function
calls. See the change log for details.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2003-04-15

oo2c-2.0.7 released

Starting with this release, the front-end generates warnings for uses
of undefined variables, unreachable code, functions where control can
fall of the end, and unreachable WITH branches. This means that the
v2 warnings are finally pretty much in line with those of the old
processor.

This release also adds support for MinGW32 environment in various IO
modules (files, sockets, select, etc.) by Stewart Greenhill.
Configure with CPPFLAGS=-mno-cygwin and LDFLAGS=-mno-cygwin to use the
mingw32 model under cygwin.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2003-04-11

oo2c-2.0.6 released

The focus of this release is more efficient output code. Amongst
other things, it adds two code transformation stages, loop rewriting
(reassociation of sums and strength reduction on induction cycles) and
partial redundancy elimination. See the file release information for more
details.

Posted by Michael van Acken 2003-03-13

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