Commit 24e80471 authored by Stephanie Gawroriski's avatar Stephanie Gawroriski
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Update changelog and make the roadmap better.

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......@@ -10,6 +10,11 @@ SquirrelJME is also available on RetroArch since the implementation of
RatufaCoat which is written in C and is capable of using the SquirrelJME
Runtime.
_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._
More detailed changes:
* Build system
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# Release Route
# Release Roadmap
# 0.8.0 (TBD - January 2020?)
# Future
_Please note that this information may change over time._
## 1.0.0 (TBD - January 2021?)
* Add support for more programs.
## 0.12.0 (TBD - September 2020?)
* Virtual Machine: WinterCoat
* Native code generation.
## 0.10.0 (TBD - May 2020?)
* Add support for more programs.
## 0.8.0 (TBD - January 2020?)
* Virtual Machine: AutumnCoat
* Native code generation.
* SpringCoat is removed from SquirrelJME
* Note that it will not fully be removed, it will only exist within the
build system so it cannot be used normally.
# 0.6.0 (TBD - September 2019?)
## 0.6.0 (TBD - September 2019?)
This is a future release and the specified changes are proposed.
* Add support for more programs.
* SpringCoat becomes deprecated.
* Support for file systems.
* Implementation of APIs to allow more programs to run.
# 0.4.0 (April 21, 2019)
## 0.4.0 (April 21, 2019)
This is the second version of SquirrelJME which provides virtual machine
improvements.
......@@ -23,7 +42,9 @@ improvements.
* Virtual machine: RatufaCoat
* A port of SummerCoat to C, intended for RetroArch.
# 0.2.0 (December 25, 2018)
# Released
## 0.2.0 (December 25, 2018)
This is the first version of SquirrelJME.
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