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new release

The latest release has been made. Aside from the usual smattering of bug fixes (nothing too big), there have been many performance improvements between jACT-R and the IDE which will be immediately noticeable in terms of speed and memory usage. Incremental compilation and content assist are now dramatically faster. The memory leaks associated with massive log views now appears to be crushed.

There is now support for a zero-time set action for buffers. This is analogous to the buffer over-write in the Lisp version but maintains the behavior that once a chunk is no longer in a buffer it is encoded. This is useful for moving chunks from one buffer to another without any time penalties or invoking a module request.