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Release Notes

Dear Community,

On behalf of the Haxe Foundation, we are proud to announce the official release of Haxe 4.1.2!

This is a bugfix release. Check out the changelog below for more information.

If you have any suggestions or run into any problems, feel free to open an issue on GitHub.

Thanks to everyone involved!

Change Log

2020-06-19 4.1.2


  • all : added contains and keyValueIterator methods to haxe.ds.ReadOnlyArray
  • all : fixed super constructor call when extending externs (#7837, #9501)
  • all : fixed compiler crash for "--run" argument without a value (#9513)
  • all : fixed local variable name collision in try..catch (#9533)
  • all : fixed memory leak in completion server related to haxe.Exception (#9537)
  • display : fixed completion for out-of-bounds argument in a call (#9435)
  • display : fixed "find references" through interfaces (#9470)
  • display : optimized "find references" (#9504)
  • display : optimized "server/invalidate" requests (#9509)
  • analyzer : fixed compiler crash upon handling code branches with enums with optional arguments (#9591)
  • jvm : added "--java-lib-extern" to use jar files as externs without adding them to the compiled project (#9515)
  • macro : fixed type intersection syntax in macro reification (#9404)
  • eval : fixed exception message when catching compiler-generated haxe.macro.Error as Dynamic (#9600)
  • lua : fixed lua code generation without --main compilation argument (#9489)
  • php : added an overload signature for session_set_cookie_params function (#9507)
  • js : fixed name collisions for catch variables to avoid closure compiler errors (#9617)
  • nullsafety : fixed various scenarios of if..else branching (#9474)

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