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GNU ease.js 0.2.9 released
     posted by mikegerwitz, Wed 08 Nov 2017 04:18:46 AM UTC - 0 replies

This release succeeds v0.2.8, which was released 15 July, 2016.  There are no backwards-incompatible changes, but certain default behaviors have changed (see changes below).  Support continues for ECMAScript 3+.

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GNU ease.js 0.2.8 released
     posted by mikegerwitz, Sat 16 Jul 2016 04:30:15 AM UTC - 0 replies

This is a minor release introducing transparent Error subtyping.

This release succeeds v0.2.7, which was released 26 October, 2015.  There are no backwards-incompatible changes; support continues for ECMAScript 3+.

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GNU ease.js 0.2.7 released [stable]
     posted by mikegerwitz, Tue 27 Oct 2015 03:19:48 PM UTC - 0 replies

This is a minor release introducing additional features for classes and
traits.

This release succeeds v0.2.6, which was released 14 August, 2015.  There are
no backwards-incompatible changes; support continues for ECMAScript 3+.

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GNU ease.js 0.2.6 released
     posted by mikegerwitz, Sat 15 Aug 2015 04:35:31 AM UTC - 0 replies

GNU ease.js 0.2.6 released [stable]

This is a minor release, focusing on a single compatibility issue.

This release succeeds v0.2.5, which was released 28 May, 2015.  There are no
backwards-incompatible changes; support continues for ECMAScript 3+. ...


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GNU ease.js 0.2.5 release [stable]
     posted by mikegerwitz, Thu 28 May 2015 05:46:52 AM UTC - 0 replies

This is a feature release, focused primarily on the continued development of traits.

This release succeeds v0.2.4, which was released 07 Aug, 2014.  There are no
backwards-incompatible changes; support continues for ECMAScript 3+.

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GNU ease.js v0.2.4 release [stable]
     posted by mikegerwitz, Fri 08 Aug 2014 04:05:04 AM UTC - 0 replies

This is a maintenance release correcting a number of bugs---most of which were introduced in v0.2.3---addressing primarily ECMAScript 3 incompatibilities. Users needing to support ES3 environments (notably, IE<=8) should consider v0.2.3 to be broken. ...


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GNU ease.js 0.2.3 released [stable]
     posted by mikegerwitz, Tue 29 Jul 2014 02:05:59 AM UTC - 0 replies

This is the fourth release of the 0.2 series as part of the GNU project; it is primarily a maintenance release, but does introduce a significant (preview and undocumented) feature---parameterized traits.  A generic `super` method has also been added to satisfy more sophisticated subtyping that `__super` alone cannot handle. ...


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GNU ease.js 0.2.1 released [stable]
     posted by mikegerwitz, Fri 25 Apr 2014 01:24:52 AM UTC - 0 replies

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). ...


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Announcing GNU ease.js 0.2.0 and the Importance of Free JavaScript
     posted by mikegerwitz, Tue 25 Mar 2014 12:56:06 AM UTC - 0 replies

I am pleased to announce version 0.2.0 of GNU ease.js, the first of many releases as part of the GNU project. This release contains exciting new features, a couple bug fixes, and extensive test case cleanup. The project has also been relicensed under the GNU GPLv3+ to help in the fight against non-free JavaScript (detailed below). ...


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Tasks moved from easejs.org to Savannah
     posted by mikegerwitz, Sun 10 Jun 2012 04:10:16 AM UTC - 0 replies

All open tasks have been moved from the Mantis installation at easejs.org to Savannah. Note that most completed tasks have not been copied over. Also note that numbers have changed, so commit messages referencing certain numbers may no longer make sense (unfortunately).

easejs.org/bugs will now redirect to the ease.js project page on Savannah.

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