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Release Notes

Dear Community,

On behalf of the Haxe Foundation, we are proud to announce the official release of Haxe 4.3.2!

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

2023-09-01 4.3.2

General improvements:

  • all : do not raise error on no-op reification outside macro


  • all : don't infer Null<?> if it already is Null<?> (#11286)
  • all : fix ?? inference and precedence (#11252)
  • all : bring back forced inline (#11217)
  • all : allow non constant "inline" var init with -D no-inline (#11192)
  • all : improve @:enum abstract deprecation warning handling (#11302)
  • all : fix some stack overflow with pretty errors
  • display : fix go to definition with final (#11173)
  • display : fix completion requests with @:forwardStatics (#11294)
  • eval : fix MainLoop.add not repeating (#11202)
  • hl/eval/neko : fix exception stack when wrapping native exceptions (#11249)
  • macro : map this when restoring typed expressions (#11212)
  • macro : safe navigation fix for (#11204)
  • macro : safe navigation fix for haxe.macro.Printer (#11206)
  • macro : macro generated EVars position fixes (#11163)
  • macro : fix abstract casts for local statics (#11301)
  • macro : add flags to TDAbstract to be able to construct enum abstracts (#11230)
  • nullsafety : make break/continue expressions not-nullable (#11269)
  • nullsafety : handle return in assignment (#11114)

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