Julia 1.0.2 has been released



The second patch release for the Julia 1.0 series of releases, version 1.0.2, has been released. Binaries are available on https://julialang.org/downloads for Linux (i686, x86-64), FreeBSD (x86-64), macOS, and Windows (32-, 64-bit).

We are hoping to have Linux binaries for ARMv7 for this release, but are continuing to experience infrastructure issues on ARM. In the meantime, users on ARM machines will need to continue to use version 1.0.0, or build the v1.0.2 tag from source. We apologize for the ongoing inconvenience and hope to have it resolved soon.

As a patch release, version 1.0.2 introduces no new features or breaking changes; it contains only bug fixes, some performance improvements, and documentation updates only. Thus we recommend anyone currently using 1.0.0 or 1.0.1 upgrade to 1.0.2. See here for the list of commits included between 1.0.1 and 1.0.2. Note that 1.0 on Travis and AppVeyor (using the Appveyor.jl setup) now uses 1.0.2.

Happy hacking!


Thank yoj very mutch. It is a very good work. I love this software. See you. Sincerly.


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Just curious, are there plans to bring binaries for ARMv8a back at some point (e.g. for Jetson TX2 systems)?


Issue #29820 disturbs me. Am i to generate Inexact errors instead of voluntary ones? Just joking.


Was there a change to the docker image names? I’m getting ERROR: Preparation failed: Error: No such image: julia:1.0 (executor_docker.go:175:0s)


Should probably report docker problems to https://github.com/docker-library/julia.


Yes, they had a problem and they already have a PR to fix it:


Is there a plan for proper changelog (for later releases)? I see the list of PR-s, but it’s not a convenient way of checking what have changed, nor easily understandable. I assume that it’s a lot of work (with 100+ PRs), but I think that it would be really helpful.


I updated the release https://github.com/JuliaLang/julia/releases/tag/v1.0.2 with automatically generated patch notes. I don’t think anyone will sit down and write in-depth patch notes however.