Last Week in Pony - August 8, 2021
Version 0.43.1 of ponylang/ponyc has been released. RFC 70, ‘Split
FilePath constructor to guarantee constructor with AmbientAuth’, has been approved. Andreas Stührk, aka @trundle, has donated his templating library to the ponylang organization.
Items of note
Audio from the August 3rd, 2021 Pony development sync is available: https://sync-recordings.ponylang.io/r/2021_08_03.m4a
Andreas Stührk, aka @trundle, has donated his templating library to the ponylang organization. We plan on using it in a variety of ponylang organization projects starting with a new Pony based version of the release notes reminder action. If you aren’t familiar with Andreas’ library, you can find it at ponylang/pony-templates. Andreas remains a contributor to the library and we look forward to pushing it forward with him. Expect to see some housekeeping work on it in the near future including:
- a license update to BSD-2 clause
- a repository rename from pony-templates to templates
- lots more
Version 0.43.1 of ponylang/ponyc has been released. See the release notes for more details.
Version 0.2.0 of ponylang/templates has been released. See the release notes for more details.
- RFC 70, ‘Split
FilePathconstructor to guarantee constructor with AmbientAuth’, has been approved.
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