[lucy-dev] [ANNOUNCE] Apache Clownfish 0.4.2 released

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[lucy-dev] [ANNOUNCE] Apache Clownfish 0.4.2 released

Marvin Humphrey-2
Greetings,

The Apache Lucy team is pleased to announce the release of
Apache Clownfish version 0.4.2!

The Apache Clownfish "symbiotic" object system pairs with "host"
dynamic language environments and facilitates the development of
high performance host language extensions.  For a list of issues resolved in
this version, please see the release notes:

  http://www.apache.org/dist/lucy/clownfish/CHANGES-0.4.2.txt

The most recent release can be obtained from our download page:

  http://lucy.apache.org/download.html

For general information on Apache Clownfish, please visit the Lucy
project website:

  http://lucy.apache.org/

Regards,

Marvin Humphrey, on behalf of the Apache Lucy development team
and community

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Re: [lucy-dev] [ANNOUNCE] Apache Clownfish 0.4.2 released

David E. Wheeler-2
On Dec 31, 2014, at 12:14 PM, Marvin Humphrey <[hidden email]> wrote:

> For general information on Apache Clownfish, please visit the Lucy
> project website:
>
>  http://lucy.apache.org/

Not so much. All I can find is a download link. Is there documentation? Is this something I might want to use for other projects? If so, how do I use it in my favorite dynamic language?

Best,

David


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Re: [lucy-dev] [ANNOUNCE] Apache Clownfish 0.4.2 released

Marvin Humphrey
On Wed, Dec 31, 2014 at 9:30 AM, David E. Wheeler <[hidden email]> wrote:

> On Dec 31, 2014, at 12:14 PM, Marvin Humphrey <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>> For general information on Apache Clownfish, please visit the Lucy
>> project website:
>>
>>  http://lucy.apache.org/
>
> Not so much. All I can find is a download link. Is there documentation? Is
> this something I might want to use for other projects? If so, how do I use
> it in my favorite dynamic language?

Yeah, the boilerplate announcement email, which is designed for the long term,
might have been a little too enthusiastic for the initial rollout.  We've been
keeping things on the down-low for the most part but not so much in that
announcement email text.

Marvin Humphrey