We are happy to announce that
firstname.lastname@example.org is now available on npm and ready for our first testing phase.
npm install rescript@next
We also published a corresponding
@rescript/std library (for those who need it):
npm install @rescript/std@next
- No playground version available yet. Will come later at the full release.
- Editor extension should work as expected, new version will land as soon as the latest bugs are fixed
Full changelog can be found here:
This is a new major release, so we want to make sure that we are not introducing any unintentional breaking changes.
If there’s a problem with a particular ReScript library, let the maintainers know as well so we can work on a seamless migration path!
The v10 release was a very important step to a community managed development process.
We want to thank all participants finding / fixing bugs, exploring new functionality, taking care of CI and infrastructure, and even taking care of the actual npm release.
Special thanks to @Hongbo for building important core infrastructure / research, @cristianoc / @zth for taking care of the engineering / guidance of our community contributors, @ostera for setting up M1 automation, @cknitt / @fham for maintaining the new CI build pipelines and doing the npm release, @moondaddi for working on the new JSX draft (still WIP), @nkrkv / @augustine / @Minnozz / @jihchi for helping me transferring the latest docs to Belt / Js.
Most importantly, thanks everyone for creating a good foundation and take ownership of the platform. We are now able to build, develop, release all parts of the system, which allows us to gradually simplify the onboarding process for new contributors.