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Release Notes

Dear Community,

On behalf of the Haxe Foundation we are proud to announce that Haxe 4.0.3 is now officially released!

In this bugfix release we focused on fixing regressions and reworked the windows installer to avoid false positives from anti-virus software.

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

2019-11-29: 4.0.3

General improvements and optimizations:

  • hl : profiler API


  • all : fixed EnumValue handling in constant propagation with analyzer enabled (#8959)
  • all : fixed compiler crash upon Void items in array declarations (#8972)
  • hl : fixed sys.thread.Lock implementation for Hashlink 1.11+ (#8699)
  • js/eval/java/jvm/cs/python/lua : fixed Std.parseInt() for hexadecimals with leading whitespaces (#8978)
  • java/cs : fixed Reflect.callMethod(o, method, args) for args not containing optional arguments (#8975)
  • cs : fixed Json.stringify for @:struct-annotated classes (#8979)
  • cs : fixed bitwise shifts for cs.types.Int64 (#8978)
  • python : fixed invalid generation of some inlined code blocks (#8971)
  • std : fixed an exception from on reading a zip (#8875)
  • windows : workaround windows installer being detected as a malware by some anti-virus software (#8951)
  • windows : fix PATH env var modification when running windows installer without admin privileges (#8870)
  • all : fixed null-safety checker for field access on a call to inlined function

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