Last Week in Pony - May 10, 2021

Monday, May 10, 2021 | Posted in Last Week in Pony

New releases are available, including ponylang/ponyc 0.41.0 and seantallen-org/lori 0.1.0. Interested in helping maintain ponyup?

Items of note

  • Audio from the May 04, 2021 Pony development sync call is available.

  • Sean T. Allen writes: Theo Butler has, up until this point, been the primary maintainer of our “make it easy to install pony tools” tool ponyup. Theo is finishing up his degree and hasn’t had much time in the last few months for anything Pony related. We are looking for someone to step in and work with core team members Theo and Sean and become the primary maintainer of Ponyup. Interested? We hope so. Please drop Theo or Sean a line on the Zulip.

Releases

  • Version 0.41.0 of ponylang/ponyc has been released. See the release notes for more details.

  • Version 0.1.0 of seantallen-org/lori has been released. See the release notes for more details.

  • Version 0.1.3 of ponylang/appdirs has been released. See the release notes for more details.

  • Version 0.1.4 of ponylang/appdirs has been released. See the release notes for more details.

  • Version 1.0.3 of ponylang/glob has been released. See the release notes for more details.

  • Version 0.4.1 of ponylang/http has been released. See the release notes for more details.

  • Version 0.3.1 of ponylang/http_server has been released. See the release notes for more details.


Last Week In Pony is a weekly blog post to catch you up on the latest news for the Pony programming language. To learn more about Pony check out our website, our Twitter account @ponylang, or our Zulip community.

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AUTHOR

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.