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End of Support

As of one week, support for Copper has completely ended. Some time ago, I declared an end to the updates some time ago, but now I won’t be updating this blog anymore (unless I hand over the blog to someone else). But before you think that’s a bad thing…

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Integration Report

Lately, I’ve been integrating Copper into projects and everything is working seamlessly. Copper has finally matured to being robust enough for full scale applications, not just tinker projects.

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Progress Report #7

Back at it again, this time I’ve made some important bug fixes that have laid hidden since branch Cheetah. Uh oh. Sometimes a bug can be simply reference counting too much, in which case, we call it a memory leak. The major issue, however, was a parsing bug that duplicated variable address names. Hard to believe I missed something as important as that, but it required a certain state of the parser, so I don’t feel quite as bad about missing it. In any case, those are done.

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