on behalf of the Haxe Foundation, I am proud to announce that Haxe
3.0 is now officially released! Nicolas Cannasse announced it during
his speech at the Worldwide Haxe Conference in Paris earlier today.
You can get it here: http://haxe.org/download
Compared to the second release candidate from about three weeks ago,
we have improved stability and fixed remaining bugs. We have also
further improved the haxelib client. Make sure to check out the
Please note that the haxe library repository has been reset for Haxe
3. The old libraries are, of course, still available for Haxe 2, but
the new haxelib client draws its libraries only from the new
repository. This is to account for the vast amount of outdated and
unmaintained libraries. Details on how to submit libraries to the
new repository, as well as other useful information are available at
the new haxelib documentation page (http://haxe.org/doc/haxelib/haxelib2).
Lastly, some of you may be pleased to hear that we are moving the
haxe compiler sources to github. While this is not completed yet,
you can already track our progress on the Haxe Foundation github
Thank you for your support and have fun with Haxe 3!