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<span style="font-size: 20px">&gt; Cadence 0.9.2 release</span><br/>
On <i>2022-06-19</i> by<i> falkTX</i>
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Cadence 0.9.2
<a target="_blank" href="https://github.com/falkTX/Cadence/releases/tag/v0.9.2">has just been tagged</a>.<br/>
No new features have been added to the code-base.<br/>
The release is focused on fixing compatibility with new systems, specially for Python 3.10.<br/>
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This release is quite late, all things considered.<br/>
Until a few days ago I was still running an Ubuntu 20.04 based OS, so I couldn't reproduce any crashes.<br/>
A few people submitted fixes for Python 3.10 compatibility, but I did not want to tag a new release before running a few tests myself.<br/>
I am now on a Ubuntu 22.04 based OS, so finally I was able to reproduce the reported issues and fix any extra ones that popped up.
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I still hope to give Cadence an overhaul, splitting into separate projects so it is easier to manage and package.<br/>
The project started 12 years ago, there is some ugly code in there, nowadays I would have done a lot of stuff there differently.<br/>
Splitting Cadence into subprojects will also help on this overhaul, because it is less code to update and maintain each time.<br/>
But in any case, it is not something that will happen now, more like an idea/plan for later.
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<span style="font-size: 20px">&gt; KXStudio Monthly Report (May 2022)</span><br/>
On <i>2022-05-31</i> by<i> falkTX</i>


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