It's time for the first release of 2014.
This one brings quite a lot of under-the-hood improvements, such as reduced compilation times, less overhead in calling script interface methods, inline allocation of class members, reduced size of saved bytecode, improved error reporting for loading invalid bytecode, automatically resolve ambigiuous enum values, etc.
The script language has a new built-in math operator ** for calculating the exponent. Of course, this operator is overloadable just like the rest of the operators. This operator also added 7 new instructions for the VM to handle the primitive types.
Several of the add-ons have been tweaked and adjusted to make them easier to use.
Some of the improvements in this release were contributed by the community members GGLucas and Jason Goepel. So thanks should go out to them this time.