Last Week in Pony - September 3, 2017
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Pony 0.19.0 Released
Yesterday Pony 0.19.0 was released. The release contains breaking changes. If you don’t use the
Itertools package then upgrading should be painless. If you do use
Itertools, the process should be relatively straightforward. MacOS, FreeBSD and Dragonfly BSD users are recommended to upgrade as soon as possible to fix a race condition on the kqueue event system. More details information is available in the release notes.
Items of note
- The “Improve
IteroolsAPI” RFC has been implemented and released. See the Pony 0.19.0 release notes for how to update for the breaking API change.
- Audio from the August 30, 2017, Pony development sync is available for your listening pleasure.
- Andrew Turley has started a project that collects together helpful commands for usage with Pony and LLDB. Check it out and contribute today!
News and Blog Posts
- Sean T. Allen’s QCon New York talk on Pony is now available. Pony: How I learned to stop worrying and embrace an unproven technology”. Slides.
Interested in making a change, or keeping up with changes to Pony? Check out the RFC repo. Contributors welcome!