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Monday, April 27, 2009

There was a cute bug in last Falcon bleeding edge release (0.9.1.2) that prevented to load modules in system that had name spaces in directory names. This was due to the new URI naming convention, which wasn't widespread enough in the engine. Thanks to the prompt report of some fellow user I've performed a complete re-release, and I also took the occasion to release a VS9 enabled package.
The Fibonacci(30) test is rating an impressing 0.90s with VS9; however, it's still a bit early to benchmark. Also, I had a test with Power Shell and VS9; everything seems fine now.

This new 0.9.1.4 fixes a couple of nasty bugs in the module loading/addressing code; we're really squeezing bugs and the 0.9 branch is becoming stabler by the hour.

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