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Thanks to the effort of a few brave contributors the documentation is be= ing moved to the github wiki where we can have more contro= l over it and also make it easier for other contributors to help.
Be sure to check it out!=20
It's been a long year since the last release but the wait is finally ove= r: Boo 0.9.4 is here!=20
It's a release packed full of features, improvements and bug fixes:= =20
Kudos to all that contributed to this release throughout the year specia= lly: =D0=9A=D0=B2=D0=B0=D1=81=D0=BE=D0=B2 =D0=A0=D0=BE=D0=BC=D0=B0=D0=BD, R= yan Boggs, Dmitry Malyshev, Maksym Trushyn, Daniel Grunwald, Cedric Vivier,= Spruce Weber, socrates877, rektide, George Dernovoy, Benjamin Reed and JB = Evain.=20
As usual the packages can be download from:=20
A new MonoDevelop addin is also available and can be installed from the = Community Add-in Repository:=20
Boo 0.9.3 fixes a lot of bugs and extends the match macro with support f= or regular expressions with variable binding.=20
Thanks to Martinho Fernandes it's now possible to write code like this::==20 =20
Kudos also to Andre Van Der Merwe, Cedric Vivier, Gotz Washck and Richar= d Hubers for contributing to this release!=20
You read it right and it was about time!
Boo 0.9.2 is mostly a mai= ntainance release, yet it introduces a few new features worth highlighting = :
On top of the usual bunch of bug fixes (see the ChangeLog), this release significantly improves generated IL= , resulting in up to 40% leaner assemblies among other performance improvem= ents.=20
Download it an have fun!
Just after two months of the huge 0.9 release, here is Boo 0.9.1 - bring=
ing more new features and bug fixes.
Highlights of this release are:<= /p>=20
Take note that from now on strong versioning is used on Boo releases, th= is release assemblies are versioned `22.214.171.124'.=20
Download it now and have fun!= =20
It's been a long time but the biggest release ever of Boo is right here = now!=20
Huge improvements all over the board as you can read in the full changelog, its chief weapons are:=20
You can read examples on these 0.9 new features on Rodrigo's blog.=20
This release is brought to you by Avishay Lavie, Cedric Vivier, Daniel G= runwald, Marcus Griep and Rodrigo B. De Oliveira.=20
Yeah, it's that time again!=20
As usual lots and lots of improvements in this new release including := p>=20
Complete list of changes available here= .=20
Contributors to this release :
Avishay Lavie, Cedric Vivier, Marcu= s Griep, Rodrigo B. De Oliveira
This release includes lots of improvements including :=20
- a simpler way for writing macros
- support for nested functions
- generic methods overloading works
- sup= port for CLR 3.5 extension methods (moreover boo extension methods)
-= compile-time conditionals through ConditionalAttribute and the new -define SYMBOL= booc option
- AttributeUsageAttribute is now supported and enforced
- a better= interactive interpreter (previously known as booish2)
- warnings about unused priva= te members, unused namespaces, unreachable code
- new error messages,= including suggestions for misspelled members or types
- exception fi= lters, exception fault handlers
- for loop IDisposeable.Dispose integ= ration
Contributors to this release :
Avishay Lavie, Bill Pierce, C&eacut= e;dric Vivier, Daniel Grunwald, Marcus Griep, and last but not least Rodrig= o B. De Oliveira.
Specter is back. It is a behavior-driven development fram=
ework for the CLI, powered by Boo meta-programming capabilities.
This= release makes it work with recent Boo releases and introduces new features= including standalone spec runners and a new 'subject' macro.
Full changelog and links here.=20
Rodrigo made a talk on Boo at Mono Summit 2007 in Madrid which got very good feedback. He shared h= is impressions on his blog along with the slides and some examples of= the new meta-programming features newly available on Boo 0.8=20
Also, it is worthy to note Rodrigo made reference to the new S=
pecter object-behaviour specification framework, another great project =
powered by Boo.
This release includes bug fixes, performance improvements and better
meta-programming capabilities (1).
Special thanks to Marcus Grie= p, Nick Fortune and Matt McElheny!
Full change log here (2).=20
(1) see the 'match' and 'data' macros in the boo-extensions (3)
pr= oject for examples
(2) http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/BOO?report=3Dcom.atlassian.jira.plugin<= /a> ....
(3) http://code.google.com/p/boo-extensi= ons/
With many thanks to the people who contributed for this release: Andrew = Davey, Avishay Lavie, Cedric Vivier, Chris Prinos, Doug Holton, Jim Lewis a= nd Max Bolingbroke.=20
Full change log here.=20
Why have news items ceased to post?=20
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