Last Week in Pony - June 3, 2018
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Pony 0.22.3 - Release Notes
Once the release train is a-rollin’, ain’t nobody gonna stop it!
This time we have two small bug fixes and a lot of improvement on our new release process. Thus upgrading is recommended.
Thanks Dipin Hora, for taking care of this!
News and Blog Posts
- Introduction to the Pony programming language by Sean T. Allen
Items of Note
- GitHub user ergl updated the offline stdlib viewer, pony-docset, to support Pony 0.22 as well as the new documentation theme.
- Matthias Wahl (That’s me!!!) joined the Pony Core Team. Yay!
- We just wanted to let you know about the latest pony-stable release 0.1.3 (Release Notes). It does not contain any user-facing changes but validates our new release process is working nicely. Upgrading is not necessary.
Use Site Variance and Implicit Interfaces for Generic Types.
Final Comment Period
Interested in making a change, or keeping up with changes to Pony? Check out the RFC repo. Contributors welcome!