On behalf of the Haxe Foundation, we are proud to announce the official release of Haxe 4.3.3!
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!
- all : improve extra field error range (#11335)
- all : better error messages for --connect
- hl : improve error message when hl_version is missing (#11086)
- hl/c : compiler now adds hlc define when targeting hl/c (#11382)
- macro : update macro API restriction warnings when using -D haxe-next (#11377)
- all : handle non existing files for positions in pretty errors (#11364)
- all : metadata support for local static vars
- all : catch trailing invalid syntax in string interpolation (#10287)
- eval : fix Array.resize retaining values (#11317)
- eval/hl : fix catching haxe.ValueException (#11321)
- hl : make genhl respect Meta.NoExpr (#11257)
- hl : don't add bindings for non existing methods
- hl/c : add missing I64 mod support
- hl/c : rework reserved keywords (#11293, #11378)
- hl/c : fix Int64 unsigned right shift overflow (#11382)
- java/cs: fix stack overflow from closures constraints (#11350)
- js : DOMElement insertAdjacentElement should not be pure (#11333)
- macro : catch trailing invalid syntax in Context.parseInlineString (#11368)
- macro : fix TDAbstract without flags in haxe.macro.Printer
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