Since we created the
stack repo at the end of
April, a tremendous amount of work has been done very rapidly. Now
that Stack has a suite of features that make it excellent for most
common use cases, it's a good time to step back and work on
improving the code-base to make future enhancements easier and more
reliable. We'll do one or two new releases, and then enter a
stabilization phase. In particular, this will include:
During this period, minor pull requests with code cleanup, optimization, and additional tests will be gladly accepted, but please hold off on new features.
Some ways you can help:
stack test --flag stack:integration-testsenables them). Best to check first to avoid conflicts in code that is being overhauled.
During this period, pull requests with new features are unlikely to be merged, so probably best to hold off to avoid a bunch of bitrotted PRs.
Some things we're working on before beginning the stabilization phase:
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