Clojure 1.5 is finally released. ClojureWerkz projects are compatible with it. It’s probably sunny outside, too.
Feel free to upgrade today!
Clojure 1.5 and ClojureWerkz
Clojure 1.5 is finally releases. While not a groundbreaking release, 1.5 brings more new features than 1.4 did. So, it’s natural to expect that many developers will consider upgrading to it soon.
One of the main goals of ClojureWerkz has always been making sure our libraries work with multiple Clojure versions (currently 1.3+). To hold to the promise, we run tests against multiple Clojure versions during development and on travis-ci.org. One of the versions is the master Clojure snapshot.
1.5.0-RC* releases, we started testing several of our projects against it:
We are happy to report that none of those projects required any modifications to pass their
test suites on Clojure