Clojure 1.3 Alpha 6

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Stuart Halloway

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Mar 11, 2011, 4:16:37 PM3/11/11
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Clojure 1.3 Alpha 6 is now available at

 0 Changes from 1.3 Alpha 5 to 1.3 Alpha 6
 1 Changes from 1.3 Alpha 4 to 1.3 Alpha 5
 2 Changes from 1.3 Alpha 3 to 1.3 Alpha 4
 3 Changes from 1.3 Alpha 2 to 1.3 Alpha 3
 4 Changes from 1.3 Alpha 1 to 1.3 Alpha 2
 5 Changes from 1.2 to 1.3 Alpha 1
 6 About Alpha Releases


= 0 Changes from 1.3 Alpha 5 to 1.3 Alpha 6 (03/11/2011)

  * improved startup time 
  * several "holding onto head" fixes (CLJ-708)
  * internal keyword map uses weak refs 
  * fix perf on some numeric overloads (CLJ-380)
  * detect and report cyclic load dependencies (CLJ-8)

= 1 Changes from 1.3 Alpha 4 to 1.3 Alpha 5 (01/14/2011)

  * pprint respects *print-length*
  * into-array now coerces numeric types
  * Java's line.separator property for newline
  * compilation and deployment via Maven

= 2 Changes from 1.3 Alpha 3 to 1.3 Alpha 4 (12/12/2010)
 
  * normalized unchecked-* fn names
  * added *unchecked-math* support
  * fixes to binding conveyance (and *agent*)
  
= 3 Changes from 1.3 Alpha 2 to 1.3 Alpha 3 (11/05/2010)
  
  * fixed filter performance issue introduced in 1.3A2 
  * with-redefs macro (useful for stubbing)
  * print-table

= 4 Changes from 1.3 Alpha 1 to 1.3 Alpha 2 (10/10/2010)

  * code path for using vars is now *much* faster for the common case,
    and you must explicitly ask for :dynamic bindability
  * new: clojure.reflect/reflect
  * new: clojure.data/diff

= 5 Changes from 1.2 to 1.3 Alpha 1 (09/23/2010)

  * enhanced primitive support 
  * better exception reporting
  * ancillary namespaces no longer auto-load on startup:
    clojure.set, clojure.xml, clojure.zip

= 6 About Alpha Releases

1.3 is the first release of Clojure that will include a series of
alpha builds. We are adding these builds to support maven and
leiningen users, who want a specific artifact that they can target (as
opposed to building from master or "moving-target" snapshots).

If you are the kind of person who used to track master by building
from source, but no longer do so because you are using maven or
leiningen, alpha releases are for you.


Stuart Halloway
Clojure/core
http://clojure.com

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