Mono 2.11.4 is out

A couple of weeks ago we released Mono 2.11.4; I had not had time to blog about it.

Since our previous release a month before, we had some 240 commits, spread like this:

488 files changed, 28716 insertions(+), 6921 deletions(-)

Among the major updates in this release:

  • Integrated the Google Summer of Code code for Code Contracts.
  • Integrated the Google Summer of Code code for TPL's DataFlow.
  • Plenty of networking stack fixes and updates (HTTP stack, web services stack, WCF)
  • Improvements to the SGen GC.
  • TPL fixes for AOT systems like the iPhone.
  • Debugger now supports batched method invocations.

And of course, a metric ton of bug fixes all around.

Head over to Mono's Download Page to get the goods. We would love to hear about any bugs to have a great stable release.

Posted on 02 Oct 2012 by Miguel de Icaza
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