Last Week in Pony - August 16, 2020

Sunday, August 16, 2020 | Posted in Last Week in Pony

We have new releases for crypto libraries and new bots to automate changelogs and release notes. The shared Docker containers for openssl and libressl builders are being replaced.

Items of note

Releases

  • Version 0.0.2 of ponylang/release-notes-reminder-bot-action has been released. See the release notes for more details.

  • Version 0.1.0 of ponylang/release-notes-reminder-bot-action has been released. See the release notes for more details.

  • Version 1.0.1 of ponylang/net_ssl has been released. See the release notes for more details.

  • Version 1.0.1 of ponylang/regex has been released. See the release notes for more details.

  • Version 1.0.2 of ponylang/crypto has been released. See the release notes for more details.

  • Version 0.2.1 of ponylang/release-bot-action has been released. See the release notes for more details.

  • Version 0.2.2 of ponylang/release-bot-action has been released. See the release notes for more details.

  • Version 0.3.0 of ponylang/release-bot-action has been released. See the release notes for more details.

  • Version 0.0.1 of ponylang/action-readme-version-updater has been released. See the release notes for more details.

  • Version 0.2.2 of ponylang/changelog-bot-action has been released. See the release notes for more details.

  • Version 0.2.0 of ponylang/release-notes-bot-action has been released. See the release notes for more details.


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Theo Butler

Theo is a member of the Pony core team and student at Drexel University. His interests include persistent data structures, programming languages, and writing software while listening to Swancore.