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# Changelog

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# 0.4.0 (April 21, 2019)
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Now SquirrelJME has the SummerCoat virtual machine which is much lighter and
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faster than SpringCoat. There should definitely be very noticable performance
increases.
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SquirrelJME is also available on RetroArch since the implementation of
RatufaCoat which is written in C and is capable of using the SquirrelJME
Runtime.
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More detailed changes:
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 * Build system
   * Launching
     * An alternative VM may be specified.
     * The profiler snapshot can be written to a specific file.
     * System properties may be defined and passed to the launched program.
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   * Started work on JavaDoc generation.
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 * Tests
   * Adjusted the results in the logarithm test to adjust the ulp to what
     SquirrelJME generates. The results are still valid as it is valid to
     be within a 1 ulp range, however the test framework only supports
     exact values.
   * Added the missing _mimemessage_ file for the MIME file decoding test.
 * Classes
   * Implemented
     * `java.io.InputStream`
     * `java.util.EventObject`
     * `java.util.LinkedList`
   * Deprecations
     * `net.multiphasicapps.classfile.ExecutableCode`, not used.
   * Additions
     * `java.util.Vector`, was missing.
 * Programs and Libraries
   * `demo-hello`
     * Made the system properties array `final`.
   * `tac`
     * Override standard output and forward to standard error while a test is
       running, so things are not kludged.
   * `tac-runner`
     * Allow specific tests to be ran via the main arguments.
     * Generate JUnit output which can be used in test environments.
     * Performed some refactoring on the deserialization/serialization code.
 * Compiler Backend
   * `MergedPathSet` can be initialized by iterables now.
   * Implemented a new tree based unit system for packages and classes.
   * Added a bunch of string representations for class structures.
 * Virtual Machines
   * General
     * Adjusted the Shaded JAR directory layout and added a dash in the path
       so that classes technically become invalid.
     * Allow properties to be obtained from internally passed system
       properties.
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     * Added string representation for the stack map table.
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   * SpringCoat
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     * Add support for system properties being based to virtual machine
       instances.
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     * Profiler thread lists are easier to read because the main suite is
       listed instead of the VM identifier.
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   * SummerCoat
     * New Virtual Machine, register based.
     * Vast improvements over SpringCoat, faster and slimmer.
   * RatufaCoat
     * New Virtual Machine, based off SummerCoat.
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     * Fast and slim, written in C.
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 * Cleanup
   * Removed the `test.sh` script, it was empty.
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# 0.2.0 (December 25, 2018)

SquirrelJME's first release!
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Note that this is a work in progress and not everything will run, due to
the implementation being incomplete. However it does work and is proven to
work, which means progress can continue as such. Later releases of SquirrelJME
will always be an improvement over the older versions.