On Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at 5:08:44 AM UTC-4, Tony Kelman wrote:
> At long last, we can announce the final release of Julia 0.5.0! See the 
> release notes at 
> https://github.com/JuliaLang/julia/blob/release-0.5/NEWS.md for more 
> details, and expect a blog post with some highlights within the next few 
> days. Binaries are available from the usual place 
> <http://julialang.org/downloads/>, and please report all issues to either 
> the issue tracker <https://github.com/JuliaLang/julia/issues> or email 
> the julia-users list. Don't CC julia-news, which is intended to be 
> low-volume, if you reply to this message.
> Many thanks to all the contributors, package authors, users and reporters 
> of issues who helped us get here. We'll be releasing regular monthly bugfix 
> backports from the 0.5.x line, while major feature work is ongoing on 
> master for 0.6-dev. Enjoy!
> We haven't made the change just yet, but to package authors: please be 
> aware that `release` on Travis CI for `language: julia` will change meaning 
> to 0.5 shortly. So if you want to continue supporting Julia 0.4 in your 
> package, please update your .travis.yml file to have an "- 0.4" entry under 
> `julia:` versions. When you want to drop support for Julia 0.4, update your 
> REQUIRE file to list `julia 0.5` as a lower bound, and the next time you 
> tag the package be sure to increment the minor or major version number via 
> `PkgDev.tag(pkgname, :minor)`.

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