The Julia developers are pleased to announce that Julia v1.10.0 is now in beta. You can download binaries for the first beta release, v1.10.0-beta1, at https://julialang.org/downloads/ in the “upcoming release” section. Check out the NEWS file to see what will be new in 1.10.0. Binaries are available for the following platforms, listed here by support tier:
- Tier 1:
- Linux x86_64 (glibc)
- Linux i686 (glibc)
- macOS AArch64 (M-series)
- macOS x86_64 (Intel or Rosetta)
- Window x86_64
- Tier 2:
- FreeBSD x86_64
- Linux AArch64 (glibc)
- Linux x86_64 (musl)
- Windows i686
- Tier 3:
- Linux PowerPC (glibc)
As an alpha version, this should not be considered production-ready. Rather, it’s intended to give users, especially package developers, a chance to try out their code with 1.10.0 prior to a full release. Note that
1.10 on Travis, AppVeyor, and Cirrus now refers to 1.10.0-beta1. On GitHub Actions, use
Unfortunately the bundled source tarballs that are usually uploaded to the release on GitHub are not available for this version. We expect them to be available for the next prerelease of 1.10.
Let us know in the issue tracker if you run into any issues. Please note that any bugs you may encounter should be posted there rather than being discussed in this thread to ensure visibility to the developers.
Enjoy v1.10.0-beta1 and enjoy JuliaCon!