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GNU ease.js 0.2.1 released [stable]

Item posted by Mike Gerwitz <mikegerwitz> on Fri 25 Apr 2014 01:24:52 AM UTC.

This is a maintenance release for the 0.2.0 series, including performance enhancements and copyright assignment to the FSF. The copyright assignment will allow the Free Software Foundation to enforce the project licenses and ensures that GNU ease.js will always remain free (as in freedom).

[Release announcement originally sent 17 Apr 2014.]

Changes between 0.2.0 and 0.2.1:

  • [copyright] Copyright assigned to the Free Software Foundation
  • Private methods are no longer wrapped by ease.js
    • There is no longer a small performance hit for using private methods; they act as normal function calls on the prototype chain.
    • Will not thwart tail call optimization attempts (when implemented by engines).
  • Various v8 optimizations to resolve instances of unoptimized code in JIT engine
  • Removal of unnecessary proxy fallback code for a buggy proprietary web browser
  • Performance test cases now output data in a generic format
    • Began HTML report generation; nothing special yet.

Thank GNUs

Thanks to Donald Robertson III for his help and guidance during the copyright assignment process.


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