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WitchLord

AngelScript 1.9.0 Final (2004/09/02)

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I've uploaded the latest version of AngelScript. The principal changes for this version are:
  • Standardized the compiler messages
  • It's now possible to save and load compiled bytecode
  • The context stack is now growing as needed, removing the need to predefine the size
  • Modules can now import functions from other modules with dynamic linkage
  • It's possible to set a line number offset for script sections, which can be used to compensate for preprocessing
  • And of course, even more bug fixes I decided to drop the beta label from the releases again. It didn't make any difference anyway. Each version is usually better than the last one anyway, because of the regression testing that I make automatically with the test framework. Regards, Andreas Jönsson Author of AngelScript
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    There is a bug in the switch case statement that shows up when the case labels aren't ordered in ascending order. The bug fix can be found here:

    Bug report

    [Edited by - WitchLord on September 5, 2004 9:45:35 AM]
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    Another bug has been found and fixed. The problem is that the ternary operator ?: doesn't release the temporary variables it uses as it should.

    You can find the fix here: Bug report
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