On Wednesday, 10 February 2016 at 08:50:54 UTC, Iain Buclaw wrote:
On 9 February 2016 at 20:16, Sönke Ludwig <
Not a problem. We may be on 2.068 sooner than you think (I
know that 2.067 has been in branch/PR forever ;-)
This release brings some larger changes:
- The library has been split up into sub packages: code,
http, mail, diet, mongodb, redis and web. This is an
step to moving the individual packages out to separate
with independent version numbers.
- A lot of work went into performance tuning. Single-core
of the HTTP server is improved by about +50% and multi-core
performance scales properly again after excessive lock
sneaked in in one of the previous releases. The number of
threads is now also properly determined on all systems
multi-CPU), which should fix the numbers for multi-threaded
benchmarks (an update to the TechEmpower benchmark suite is
- The REST interface generator now supports modelling
native D syntax using Collection!T. It also adds support
- The std.concurrency integration has been fixed and
re-enabled - you
can now use std.concurrency without worrying about blocking
event loop. In case of problems (std.concurrency doesn't
passing certain kinds of values), the old implementation
be accessed as sendCompat/receiveCompat/...
- Compiles on 2.066.0 up to 2.070.0. Note that this will be
release that supports the 2.066.x frontend. The next
require at least 2.067.0 or maybe even 2.068.0 (still TBD).
unfortunately rule out GDC for the time being.
Does your company use D?