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Nim BlogLaunching the 2019 Nim Community Survey

We are proud to announce the launch of the official 2019 Nim Community Survey! No matter whether you use Nim today, have used Nim previously, or never used Nim before; we want to know your opinions. Your feedback will help the Nim project understand its strengths and weaknesses, and to determine development priorities for the future.

Answer Survey

It shouldn’t take you much longer than 5 minutes to complete this survey. Submissions will be accepted until around February 2020, depending on the response rates. If you have any questions or feedback, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us via email at survey@nim-lang.org or on the Nim Forum.

This is now the fourth year in which this survey has been running. An analysis of the results for the past years can be found at the following links:

We would appreciate your help in spreading the word about this survey. Share the Google Forms link on your social network feeds, with your colleagues and in other communities.

Thank you to everyone that helped develop and test the survey! Once the submission period ends, the results will be shown here and publicised via Twitter, the Nim Forum and IRC.

Thanks for your time!

Nim BlogVersion 1.0.4 released

The Nim team is happy to announce version 1.0.4, our second patch release following Nim 1.0.0.

To read more about version 1.0.0, take a look at our release article from two months ago.

Although this release comes only one month after a previous release, it has over 70 new commits, fixing another 20 reported issues, making our 1.0 release even better.

Installing 1.0.4

If you have installed a previous version of Nim using choosenim, getting Nim 1.0.4 is as easy as:

$ choosenim update stable

If you don’t have it already, you can get choosenim by following these instructions or you can install Nim by following the instructions on our install page.

Changelog

Find this release’s changelog together with the rest of Nim’s source code in our GitHub repository.

Nim BlogVersion 1.0.2 released

The Nim team is happy to announce version 1.0.2, our first patch release following Nim 1.0.0.

To read more about version 1.0.0, take a look at our release article from just a month ago.

Although this release comes only one month after a previous release, it has over 60 new commits, fixing over 40 reported issues, making our 1.0 release even better.

Installing 1.0.2

If you have installed a previous version of Nim using choosenim, getting Nim 1.0.2 is as easy as:

$ choosenim update stable

If you don’t have it already, you can get choosenim by following these instructions or you can install Nim by following the instructions on our install page.

Changelog

Find this release's changelog together with the rest of Nim's source code in our GitHub repository.

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