Inko 0.2.5 has been released.
Noteworthy changes in 0.2.5
- Sending unsupported messages is no longer silently ignored
- Boolean assertions are now easier to define
The full list of changes can be found in the CHANGELOG.
Sending unsupported messages is no longer silently ignored
In 0.2.4, a bug was introduced that would prevent the compiler from producing a compile time error whenever sending a message using an explicit receiver. This would lead to code such as the following producing a runtime error, instead of a compile time error:
Since this particular bug is rather serious we decided to release a fix in 0.2.5, instead of waiting for 0.3.0.
Boolean assertions are now easier to define
The addition of
std::test::assert.false will make
it easier to set boolean assertions. For example, instead of this:
import std::test::assert assert.equal(10 == 10, True)
You can now write the following:
import std::test::assert assert.true(10 == 10)