Golo news roundup #4
What’s new in Golo?
JVM arrays (think
Object) can now be manipulated as objects. We provide methods that make them look like normal objects:
iterator(). This means that you can now uniformly iterate over an array with a
foreach, just like you would do for a
java.utilcollection. Don’t you find it nicer than calling array-specific functions such as
A bunch of fixes made it to the Git
booleanarguments of Java code would not be handled (woops!). We also changed the closure generated methods parameters ordering, so that closures with a variable arity can now properly capture their context. If this sounds a bit too technical then don’t worry: it just means that we fixed a stupid bug.
Daniel Petisme joins as a contributor, and his first pull-request made it into the code base: he added a
The JNI / JNA investigations are making progress on the pull request opened by Sylvain Desgrais. Why not join the discussion? We want your feedback!
In the community
We now have a
#golo-langIRC channel on FreeNode. Feel-free to hang out over here!
The awesome Ninja Squad provided us with stickers for maximal viral marketing.
Thierry Chantier wrote about his Golo HTTP server experiments. Simple stuff works!
As usual, we have several items from Philippe Charrière:
Off next week!
The Golo main developer is on vacations next week, so expect less to happen on the development front.
See you soon!