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Inko 0.9.0 released

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Merry Christmas! Inko 0.9.0 has been released, with a new manual, fewer dependencies, the removal of nullable types, support for generators, pattern matching, and much more!

Inko 0.8.1 released

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Inko 0.8.1 has been released, featuring a new approach for running Inko bytecode, fewer dependencies, and a simplified build and installation process.

Inko 0.7.0 has been released

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Inko 0.7.0 has been released, featuring improved garbage collection performance, additions to the standard library, support for circular types, and static typing instead of gradual typing.

Inko Progress Report: November 2019

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The progress report for November 2019 is here! In November we released Inko 0.6.0, made improvements to the garbage collector, and continued work on the self-hosting compiler.

Inko 0.6.0 has been released

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Inko 0.6.0 has been released, featuring improvements to the garbage collector, additions to the standard library, more efficient sending of messages between processes, and various other changes.

Inko progress report: October 2019

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The progress report for October 2019 is here! In October we spent a lot of time improving the garbage collector, and resolving various bugs we found in the garbage collector.

Inko progress report: September 2019

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The progress report for September 2019 is here! In September we released version 0.5.0 of Inko, and made more progress towards a self-hosting compiler.

Inko 0.5.0 has been released

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Inko 0.5.0 has been released. This release includes syntax changes, a module for parsing Inko source code into an AST, support for random number generation, and much more.

Inko Progress Report: August 2019

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The progress report for August 2019 is here! This month was all about porting over the Inko parser from Ruby to Inko, though we also made various small improvements.

Inko progress report: July 2019

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Starting this month we will be sharing monthly updates on the progress made on Inko, starting with July 2019. Using these progress reports we hope to give better insight in the development process, and to give sponsors better insight into what their donations are used for.

Funding Inko's development

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To sustain the development of Inko and cover any hosting costs, we now accept donations on Open Collective. Our first goal is to cover the costs of renting a Windows server for running tests and building releases. In the future we also hope to fund the development, though we expect it will take time to reach this goal.

Inko 0.4.1 released

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Inko 0.4.1 has been released, fixing a bug that would occur when connecting to to an address using the socket API.

Inko 0.4.0 released

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Inko 0.4.0 has been released, with features such as: a new scheduler, support for non-blocking sockets, and a simplified API for sending messages to processes.