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  • Release 1.5
  • Release Planning
  • Release 1.3
  • Release 1.2
  • Release 1.6 1.6 features: Change minimum JDK to 1.6 (JDK 1.5 is no longer supported) CLJ1268 Move to new ASM and prep for Java 1.8 CLJ713, CLJ1264, CLJ1246 Interop improvements for calling from Java to Clojure CLJ1188, CLJ1190 Better hashing Add C style async blocks > RELEASED as core.async library
  • Release 1.2.1 Note: 1.2.1 is already released. Possible Items for 1.2.1 maintenance release. Please link bug numbers and git commits where possible Multimethod holds head http://dev.clojure.org/jira/browse/CLJ708 Keyword intern bug http://dev.clojure.org/jira/browse/CLJ444 https://github.com/clojure/clojure
  • ClojureScript Releases ClojureScript will use a release strategy based on Git tags and a monotonicallyincreasing release number. ClojureScript Release Tags The tag "v0.0" points to the first commit in the ClojureScript Git repository Releases are tagged like "r999" where 999 is the number of commits on master since
  • How to Make Releases For projects using Hudson at build.clojure.org Note: 1.0.0 release requires Clojure/core approval See Contrib 1.0.0 Releases Preparation Your project must have a pom.xml file with a SNAPSHOT version The pom.xml file must specify a parent, the latest released version of pom.contrib in build.ci See
  • Cutting a Clojure Release Clojure releases 1.4 and later login to http://build.clojure.org/ with sufficient privileges navigate to http://build.clojure.org/job/clojure/m2release/? set release version to e.g. 1.5.0alpha30 set development version to e.g. 1.5.0masterSNAPSHOT development version must end in SNAPSHOT
  • Release 1.4 Planning This page and subpages capture planning for Release.Next. This is higherlevel than specific tasks (linked below). The current planned release will be Clojure version 1.4. This page is in development and subject to change. Any bugs that crop up during the 1.4 cycle will be addressed posthaste