8947d954ad74d4b1ddd0542ae13c80b3a04a9f30 — Stephen Brennan 4 years ago 044858c master v1.2.0
Release v1.2.0
4 files changed, 61 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)

M Makefile
M doc/conf.py
@@ 15,8 15,64 @@ project uses [Semantic Versioning](https://semver.org) in the following ways:

## Unreleased

## [1.2.0] 2019-08-20

After nearly a year without updates, Funlisp v1.2.0 is released!  This release
brings several new language features and API additions. On top of that, I've
moved the main development Git host to
[Sourcehut](https://git.sr.ht/~brenns10/funlisp/), although the GitHub
repository will continue to act as a mirror. Releases will still have to be
found on GitHub, since Sourcehut does not have a suitable system for that yet.

In a similar vein, we now have a mailing list,
`~brenns10/funlisp-dev@lists.sr.ht`. This will contain version announcements,
and any patches are welcome to be submitted there! For docs on using the list,
see [Sourcehut manual](https://man.sr.ht/lists.sr.ht/). TLDR:

- Email `~brenns10/funlisp-dev+subscribe@lists.sr.ht` with any subject/content
  in order to subscribe.
- Email `~brenns10/funlisp-dev+unsubscribe@lists.sr.ht` to unsubscribe.

You may notice some test posts on the list -- no more will be posted, so it is
safe to subscribe if you're interested.  You need not be a member of Sourcehut
to use the list, submit patches, or browse the repository.

### Added
- `let` builtin

- `let` statement for binding names to values. Sample usage:

      (define sum-of-squares (lambda (x y)
        (let ((x_sq (* x x))
              (y_sq (* y y)))
             (+ x_sq y_sq))))

      (sum-of-squares 3 4)
      -> 25

- `cond` statement for multi-case conditionals. Sample usage:

      (define get-maintainer (lambda (file)
          ((eq? file "Makefile") "Stephen")
          ((eq? file "inc/funlisp.h") "Stephen")
          (1 "Stephen"))))

- Documentation for the `macro` statement which existed in 1.1 is now present on
  the documentation site + manual page.

- Modules!
  - Use `(import module)` to either load the builtin "module" or read
    "module.lisp" and access its defined symbols.
  - C API for creating builtin modules exists, and is documented.
  - First module, `os`, containing `getenv` function, is created. I have not yet
    figured out a solid standard library documentation system, so consider the
    builtin modules and their functions to be provisional.

      (import os)
      (os.getenv "HOME")
      -> "/home/stephen"

### Fixed
- `macro` construct was incorrectly evaluating its arguments prior to execution.
  This change is breaking, but since it reflects major incorrect behavior, it

M LICENSE.txt => LICENSE.txt +1 -1
@@ 1,4 1,4 @@
Copyright (c) 2018, Stephen Brennan.
Copyright (c) 2018-2019, Stephen Brennan.
All rights reserved.

Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification,

M Makefile => Makefile +1 -1
@@ 10,7 10,7 @@ OBJS=src/builtins.o src/charbuf.o src/gc.o src/hashtable.o src/iter.o \

# https://semver.org

all: bin/libfunlisp.a bin/funlisp bin/repl bin/hello_repl bin/runfile \
 bin/call_lisp FORCE

M doc/conf.py => doc/conf.py +2 -2
@@ 26,11 26,11 @@ if read_the_docs_build:
# -- Project information -----------------------------------------------------

project = 'funlisp'
copyright = '2018, Stephen Brennan'
copyright = '2018-2019, Stephen Brennan'
author = 'Stephen Brennan'

# The short X.Y version
version = ''
version = '1.2.0'
# The full version, including alpha/beta/rc tags
release = ''