26 Mar 2020 · Semaphore News

    Platform Update on December 22nd

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    The upcoming platform update is scheduled for December 22nd, 2015.

    Cassandra gets and update with version 2.2.4.

    Git receives an update with version 2.6.4.

    Go gets an update with version 1.5.2.

    Heroku toolbelt receives an update with version 3.42.25.

    Java gets one update with version 7u91.

    Maven is getting updated to version 3.3.9.

    MySQL gets an update with version 5.6.28.

    Node.js gets three important security updates with 0.10.41, 0.12.9 and 4.2.3. These updates include the latest security fixes for OpenSSL.

    PHP receives an update with version 5.6.16.

    New things

    Two new Node.js versions have been added to the platform: 5.1.1 and 5.2.0. To use these in your builds during the release candidate period, add nvm use as a setup command in Project Settings, where the value for is either 5.1.1 or 5.2.0. On the day of the final release of the new platform, these versions will be selectable in Project Settings too.

    PHP 7.0.0 is now part of the platform. Add the following setup command to your project to use it: phpbrew use 7.0. This version will be selectable in Project Settings too, after the release candidate period.

    Trying the new platform

    To ensure that the updates are compatible with your current setup, please switch to the Ubuntu 14.04 LTS v1512 (release candidate) platform in Project Settings > Platform. We’re looking forward to hearing your feedback and requirements, which will help us to fix the potential issues and tailor the platform to better suit your needs. The release candidate period will last until December 22nd, 2015.

    Changes in the final release

    Node.js receives another addition with version 5.3.0.

    Ruby gets two additions with versions 2.1.8 and 2.2.4.

    A full list of changes is available in the platform changelog.

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