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Update F# Tooling, Language and F# Core version numbers

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KevinRansom opened this issue Jul 23, 2021 · 6 comments
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Update F# Tooling, Language and F# Core version numbers #11877

KevinRansom opened this issue Jul 23, 2021 · 6 comments

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@KevinRansom
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KevinRansom commented Jul 23, 2021

The next major release of F# will be Dev 17.0

  • Language F# Language Version will be 6.0
  • FSharp.Core.dll version will be 6.0.0.0
  • FSharp.Core nuget package will be 6.0.0

Language version 6.0 will be added and will have enabled:

  • LanguageFeature.OverloadsForCustomOperations, languageVersion60
  • LanguageFeature.ExpandedMeasurables, languageVersion60
  • LanguageFeature.ResumableStateMachines, languageVersion60
  • LanguageFeature.StructActivePattern, languageVersion60
  • LanguageFeature.PrintfBinaryFormat, languageVersion60
  • LanguageFeature.UseBindingValueDiscard, languageVersion60
  • LanguageFeature.NonVariablePatternsToRightOfAsPatterns, languageVersion60
  • LanguageFeature.AttributesToRightOfModuleKeyword, languageVersion60

And also this active PR

And possibly these active PRs

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Happypig375 commented Jul 24, 2021

Ayy, will we have F# 7 for .NET 7 too?

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En3Tho commented Jul 24, 2021

OverloadsForCustomOperations
ExpandedMeasurables
ResumableStateMachines
StructActivePattern
PrintfBinaryFormat
UseBindingValueDiscard
NonVariablePatternsToRightOfAsPatterns
AttributesToRightOfModuleKeyword

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dsyme commented Jul 24, 2021

Ayy, will we have F# 7 for .NET 7 too?

🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 One thing at a time :)

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DalekBaldwin commented Jul 25, 2021

Since FSharp.Core will now target both netstandard2.0 and netstandard2.1, it may help to have some guidance on new best practices for linking and building projects against it.

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dsyme commented Jul 26, 2021

Since FSharp.Core will now target both netstandard2.0 and netstandard2.1, it may help to have some guidance on new best practices for linking and building projects against it.

All this is handled automatically. If you are making a netstandard2.0 library, or a net472 library, then netstandard2.0 facade is used. If making a netstandard2.1 or net5.0 thing then netstandard2.1 is used.

I'm not sure any specific guidance is needed, just as we don't give any specific guidance for other .NET components

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dsyme commented Apr 20, 2022

All done 👍

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