This Month in Mun - March 2021
Published on April 10, 2021 by Remco
All features are in, our CI pipeline has been primed, the countdown has started. The Core Team is putting the final touches on documentation for Mun v0.3, but otherwise we are ready for lift-off!
Mun v0.3 progress
- feat: runtime linking [PR#300]
Adds the possibility to use multiple Mun files from a compiler and runtime perspective.
When a new *.munlib is being written to disk by the compiler, we create and delete a lockfile to trigger relinking. As such, we no longer suffer from IO event delays in the runtime.
- refactor: remove delay from runtime [PR#11]
- refactor: make type-specific data (such as StructInfo) part of TypeInfo [PR#287] [PR#10] [PR#9]
Generates a typed enum for TypeInfo in the C ABI, instead of unsafely appending additional data per TypeInfo entry.
- bump(rust): bumps Rust to 1.50 [PR#310]
- feat(ci): add Github CI workflow [PR#12] [PR#312]
Adds a CI workflow for building and testing our C/C++ Runtime bindings to GitHub.
- feat(lsp): support for completions [PR#306]
- refactor: generate rust tests for code snippets in book [PR#311]
We now auto-generate Rust tests for all Mun code snippets in the Mun book during the build process, to always ensure that the book is up-to-date.
All desired changes for the Mun Compiler, Runtime, and Language Server have now been merged. That means that we’ll be working hard to update our documentation before releasing Mun v0.3 in the coming days. Can’t wait? Please help us test the latest version of Mun by building from source.
Interested in what we are doing next? Please check out our high-level roadmap on Github that details new features for future releases - Mun v0.4, and v0.5 - as well as a backlog of features that are still to come.