Tag: release

  • to-jdbc-uri 0.5.0 released

    to-jdbc-uri 0.5.0 released

    We just released to-jdbc-uri 0.5.0 with support for URL parameters. Courtesy of Joe Kutner. I’d like to note, sometimes I hear that the Clojure community doesn’t care about testing, but to-jdbc-uri has a very complete testing suite and so far, this and other contributions came fully tested.

  • Prerenderer 0.2.0 released

    Prerenderer 0.2.0 released

    We are proud to announce the release of version 0.2.0 of our ClojureScript library Prerenderer, a library to do server side pre-rendering of single page applications. In this release, we include: Changed the ClojureScript API to hide NodeJS details. New re-frame implementation that depends on re-frame 0.6.0 but not on a fork. Added an option…

  • jar-copier version 0.3.0 released

    jar-copier version 0.3.0 released

    We just released a new version of jar-copier, 0.3.0, that includes: Better reporting of misconfiguration. Thoroughly testing misconfiguration reporting. Added the possibility to manually specify the jars (not java-agents). The main change is the last item, which was planned but now it became clear that some people actually wanted it.

  • to-jdbc-uri 0.3.0 released

    to-jdbc-uri 0.3.0 released

    We just released a new version of to-jdbc-uri, 0.3.0, with MySQL support (courtesy of Joe Kutner). Grab it while it’s hot: https://clojars.org/to-jdbc-uri We also improved the documentation: https://github.com/carouselapps/to-jdbc-uri

  • random_unique_id version 1.0.0 released

    random_unique_id version 1.0.0 released

    The core of random_unique_id was developed for Watu very early on, which means that it has been used in production for more than two years and a few thousands millions of records. It’s been released as a gem and we had a few iterations. It has 100% code coverage, code climate rating 4.0, 100% documentation coverage, a…

  • Software Release Cycle

    A step by step description of a method to release software. No programming is covered and the cycle is the same for software in any language. The versioning system used is Darcs; this description may be easily adaptable to other versioning systems.