July 14, 2005
Lethevert has created a Japanese version of the Clean system. We have included a link to his project with his kind permission.
May 31, 2005
Clean 2.1.1 is released for Windows, MacOS X, Linux, and Solaris. This release contains bug fixes and new features, to wit:
- Libraries for Windows: GAST, GECs, Hilde, Parser
- Foreign exports
- Improved redirected standard input/output
- Let in comprehensions
- Code generator optimisations
October 31, 2003
Clean 2.1.0 is released for Windows, MacOS X, Linux, and Solaris. Major new features are: abstract synonym types, boxed records, stack overflow checks without overhead, code optimizations, optimizing linkers for Linux and Solaris, MacOS X support for Object I/O 1.2. and IDE (Carbon), direct code generation on Solaris, version for Linux that bootstraps from ABC files, major improvements in the dynamics implementation on Windows.
December 12, 2002
Clean 2.0.2 is released for PC, PowerMac, Linux, and Solaris. It includes experimental support for generic programming, improved support for dynamics (polymorphic types included), strict lists and many bug fixes.
July 4, 2002
Clean 2.0.1 is released for PC, PowerMac, Linux, and Solaris. It includes a proof tool dedicated to Clean programs (Sparkle), dynamic typing and linking, and many new language features.
December 21, 2001
Clean 2.0 is released for the Windows platform. It includes a proof tool dedicated to Clean programs (Sparkle), dynamic typing and linking, and many new language features.
September 13, 2000
Clean 1.3.3 and ObjectIO 1.1.1 are released for the Windows and Macintosh platforms. The ObjectIO 1.2 library for windows is split in three parts: ObjectIO 1.2.1, TCP library 1.2.1 and game library 1.2.1.
Two new libraries are released: ExtendedArith 1.0 and StdLib 1.0. All these libraries can be downloaded here.
April 13, 2000
The new Clean Integrated Development Environment, The Clean IDE version 2.0, is released for the Windows platform. [[Download|To download it, click here]. It includes a new editor, project manager, search facilities, and many, many faclilities to make life easier for the Clean programmer.
The system is entirely written in Clean itself on top of the Object IO library. So, this new IDE is a nice example that you can write serious applications is Clean.
April 4, 2000
Mike Wiering has made a new Tile Editor. The tiles are used for making sprites, animations and background layers for the 2D Clean games as supported by the game library. When you have made the drawings (or changed the exiting ones of the example games), Clean code can be generated such that the drawings can be controlled in the program.
February 16, 2000
Great and huge Object IO library for programming graphical user interfaces on a high level of abstraction. Includes all you need to make a professional looking windows application, lightweight processes, support for printing, bitmap handling, a game library, the latest TCP library and much more. The library comes with many examples, including three nice platform games.
February 15, 2000
New library module made by Marco Kesseler added. It contains functions for JPEG and Huffman decoding.
November 17, 1999
Directory 1.0 for Window, Unix and Mac(PPC) released. Module to access and manipulate directories
October 4, 1999
Clean 1.3.1 for Linux with glibc2 (Intel, RedHat 6.0) released.
July 30, 1999
Update of the pseudorandom number generator MersenneTwister 1.0.1 released Bugs fixed
July 28, 1999
Kristóf Harmat and Péter Tandi (both Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary) release ServiceCombinators for Mac (PPC) Tool for interoperation between Clean applications and CGI applications (written in any language) residing on web servers using HTTP.
July 12, 1999
Balázs Csizmazia(Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary) releases Clean/IIOP(CORBA) interface tool 0.3 for Linux
July 9, 1999
Release of the pseudorandom number generator MersenneTwister 1.0
July 8, 1999
New draft version of part I of the book "Functional Programming in Clean" available.
July 1, 1999
Updated version released: Clean 1.3.2 for Windows (95, 98 and NT) and Mac (PPC and 68k) some compiler bugs were removed possiblity to include linking information into icl files added printing facility added to I/O Interface
Updated version released: Object I/O 1.1 for Windows and Mac printing facility added
Release of TCP 1.1 for Windows and Mac (PPC)
June 23, 1999
Updated version of the numerical library released: CLAS 0.7
Introduces slicing (accessing subarrays), a solver for least square problems, Cholesky decomposition and some bugs fixes.
June 21, 1999
Release of WrapDebug 1.0 (Windows, Unix, Mac) This package lets you print arbitrary expressions for debugging purposes.
May 3, 1999
Release of ArgEnv 1.0.1 (Windows, Unix only)
March 5, 1999
Bugs fixed version of ObjectIO 1.0.1 (Mac only)
Bug (which only occured in the mac version) concerning MouseStateFilter in MouseFunction fixed.
March 4, 1999
Updated version of the numerical library released: CLAS 0.6
Introduces partial pivoting for the LU factorization, some bugs fixed, some functions improved in efficiency.
February 24, 1999
Updated version released: Clean 1.3.2 for Solaris
Minor bug fixed.
February 11, 1999
New tool to call functions written in C from Clean 1.3: htoclean 1.0
January 20, 1999
Updated versions released:
Clean 1.3.1 for Windows 95/98/NT Clean 1.3.1 for PowerMac
The new features are:
- Printing added
- fixed bug for asian systems (Windows)
- fixed copy clipboard bug (Windows)
Profiling tools: Printing added
IOInterface 0.8: fixed bug for Asian systems(Windows)
January 11, 1999
Updated versions released:
Clean 1.3.1 for Solaris Clean 1.3.1 for Linux ELF and MkLinux
The most important new features are:
The CleanIDE is now available for these platforms.
- Faster compilation, because the code-generator generates object files instead of assembly files.
- Fixed slow garbage collection bug in Clean 1.3 for Linux.
- Added some garbage collection options.
January 8, 1999
Library for basic numerical linear algebra operations CLAS version 0.5 pre-released. Refurbished web-pages launched.
July 20, 1998
The first joint beta release of the Object IO library 1.0.1 for Macintosh and Windows is now available.
May 22, 1998
A new version (Clean 1.3) is now released for Windows95/NT, Mac, Linux and Solaris at the same time. The new features comprise: time profiler (PowerMac and Windows), space profiler (PowerMac), stack-trace generation, direct record and array updates, destructive updates using uniqueness type information, concise import of algebraic types, clean-up of StdEnv (e.g. file I/O), compiler handles all newline conventions (Mac, DOS, Unix), bitmap support.
March 17, 1998
The Clean www-pages have been restructured.
January 16, 1998
The CLEAN mailing lists for announcements and discussions are now archived via www.
November 3, 1997
The first release of the new Object I/O library (previously named the 1.0 I/O library) is now available (for Macintosh only, we are working on the PC version). Its most important new features are:
- Easy composition of objects
- Interactive process creation
- Message passing of arbitrary data and function types
- Local state that can be added at any graphical user interface element
- Clipboard handling of text
The old 0.8 I/O library is still available.
August 21, 1997
At the Universidad de Uberlandia in Brasil Alcimar Soares and Ana Abrao made some pretty good notes on the use of CLEAN (and it's underlying principles) including example programs (and a good sense of humour). The notes contain several chapters with examples. The entrance page is Functional Programming in CLEAN. (Pages have been removed.) Check it out.
June 20, 1997
CLEAN version 1.2.4 is now also available for the Macintosh (68k/PowerPC) versions. This version also includes a few fixes for the PowerPC version and some improvements of the CLEAN Integrated Development Environment.
June 18, 1997
The Windows version of CLEAN now runs both on Windows NT 4.0 as well as on Windows '95. A few changes and fixes have been made (CLEANversion 1.2.4).
The Windows95 version 1.2.3 is now available from our site.
CLEAN1.2.3 for the Mac and PowerMac (native) is also available. There are a few changes from version 1.2.
CLEAN1.2 for the Mac and PowerMac (native) is now available from our site.
The system comes in three flavours:
- CLEAN12.68k.sea.hqx: CLEAN 1.2 for 68k Macs.
- CLEAN12.ppc.sea.hqx: CLEAN 1.2 for PowerMacs.
- CLEAN12.both.sea.hqx: CLEAN 1.2 for 68k and PowerMacs.
The 68k version runs on 68k Macs and PowerMacs (emulated) and generates 68k code. The PPC version runs on PowerMacs (native) and can generate 68k code and PPC code.
An interesting aspect of the Mac/PowerPC version is that the CLEAN program development system is written in CLEAN itself.
With the exception of the slight syntax changes for existential types, all changes are extensions or new facilities such that a CLEAN1.1 program will usually run without any change in CLEAN1.2.
A draft version of Concurrent CLEAN Language Report (version 1.2) is available.
The Windows95 version is nearing completion. We are in the phase of internally testing (and debugging) it with various applications.