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Release Notes

Dear Community,

On behalf of the Haxe Foundation we are proud to announce that Haxe 4.0.2 is now officially released!

This is a bugfix release which addresses a few minor issues.

See the changelog below for further details. If you have any suggestions or run into any problems, don’t hesitate to open an issue on GitHub.

We want to thank everyone involved and hope to see your codebases transition to Haxe 4 soon!

Change Log

2019-11-04: 4.0.1


  • haxelib : fixed git dependencies in haxelib.json
  • neko : updated windows & osx installer to install Neko 2.3.0 (#8906)
  • jvm : fixed compilation failure caused by a specific usage of Array<Dynamic> (#8872)
  • all : fixed compiler crash on loops with continue in all branches of the body (#8912)
  • all : fixed erasing typedef in AST on field access to forwarded abstract fields (#8919)

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