In this release I've implemented support for delegates, which is an extension of the previously available function handles. With delegates it is now possible to pass class methods as callbacks where an ordinary function handle is expected.
I've also finally taken the time to implement recursive search for symbols in parent namespaces. This should make the namespace feature much easier to use as you'll no longer have to prefix all the global symbols when compiling a function in a namespace.
The engine has a new property to allow an application to disable support for value assignments for reference types. While this may sound like a something bad, it is actually making the language less ambiguous when dealing with reference types. Too often do script writers make a value assignment when they actually intended to make a handle assignment.
The script builder add-on now also have methods to enumerate the script sections that were included in a module. This is an useful feature when caching the compiled bytecode, as you'll now know which files to check for updates in.
And finally I added a couple of add-on functions for doing a direct conversion from float to int, called fpToIEEE and fpFromIEEE. These are meant to be platform agnostic so they'll work even if the CPU where the script is running isn't using the IEEE standard natively to represent floating point values.