Deno Newsletter #30 - v0.15.0, jump-to-definition in registry

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Last week v0.15.0 was released!

Important changes to Deno:

  • feat: print cache location when no arg in deno info (#2752)
  • fix: dynamic import should respect permissions (#2764)
  • fix: propagate Url::to_file_path() errors instead of panicking (#2771)
  • fix: cache paths on Windows are broken (#2760)
  • fix: dynamic import base path for REPL and eval (#2757)
  • fix: permission requirements for Deno.rename() and (#2737)

There were no changes in standard library.

Full list of changes can be found here


[caption align="alignnone" width="980"]Jump-to-definition in Deno registry[/caption]

Thanks to Jed Fox (@j-f1) Deno registry now supports jump-to-definition. Just visit any module and enjoy linkified exports between files.



GitHub - keroxp/tsb

TypeScript/JavaScript module bundler for ESModule.

GitHub - kabirbaidhya/keycode-js

A javascript package with key code constants.

GitHub - Balou9/deno-jsonschema

Deno JSON Schema validation.

Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more news next week!

- Bartek

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